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NecronomiCon 2019 Wrap Up

By on April 1, 2020 in Convention Panel with 0 Comments

Join some of the Convention team to discuss this year’s gathering and future plans, hopes, and dreams. 2109 was another great year and we’re looking forward to 2021. Hope to see you there! https://www.birdscoffeecompany.com/coffees/legends-of-tabletop-legendary-brew Use Code Legends10 to get 10% off your order https://www.patreon.com/legendsoftabletop Theme music created by Brett Miller http://www.brettmillermusic.net/

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The King in Yellow – Origins, Influences and Lineages

By on February 12, 2020 in Convention Panel with 0 Comments

A special discussion on the work of Robert Chanbers, drawing from Ken Hites’s research for his new annotation of The King in Yellow. Where did black stars rise before they hung over Carcosa? What inspired the King in Yellow, whom emperors have served? Whither syphillis? Robert W. Chambers’ “The King in Yellow” has inspired horror […]

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NecronomiCon 2019 Wrap up (Mp3)

By on September 4, 2019 in Round table with 0 Comments

We had a great time talking about the celebration of “The Weird” that is NecronomiCon Providence. The Lovecraft Arts & Sciences Council is a nonprofit organization based in Providence, Rhode Island that serves as a networking center for scholars, authors, artists, and fans of the Weird literary world, inspired in part by Providence author H. […]

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173 NecronomiCon 2019 Wrap up

By on August 29, 2019 in Round table with 0 Comments

We’re going to talk about the celebration of “The Weird” that is NecronomiCon Providence. We’ll have a few guests on to talk about their experiences at the Con   https://www.birdscoffeecompany.com/coffees/legends-of-tabletop-legendary-brew Use Code Legends10 to get 10% off your order

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Writing Non-Stale Mythos Tales

By on December 27, 2017 in Convention Panel with 0 Comments

WRITING NON-STALE MYTHOS TALES – Cthulhu is a plush toy, a bobble-head, slippers and action figures. How can today’s writers escape this ‘normalization’ of a creature whose very existence is supposed to be mind-shattering? Is it even possible to write a new Mythos story that would have the same impact today that “The Call of […]

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