Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak discuss Mark Sims' "Modu" and Jason Scott Aiken's "The Sword of Lomar" both from the sword and sorcery/Cthulhu anthology Swords Against Cthulhu from Rogue Planet Press.
Written by: Michele Brittany and Nicholas Diak
Episode Edited by: Michele Brittany
Kitty cameos: Algernon and Cecily
Intro/Outro Music by: Marcel P. of Dungeon Studio, Rhenania
Interlude Music: "Ancalagon" by Ringbearer from the album Dragons. Available at Bandcamp: https://ringbearer.bandcamp.com/album/dragons. Used with permission.
Interview with Steven and Tiffany Carmel Lake at the Scholars from the Edge of Time podcast: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/herculesinvictus/2020/09/25/scholars-from-the-edge-of-time
Swords Against Cthulhu can be purchased at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Swords-Against-Cthulhu-Rogue-Planet-ebook/dp/B01MY6ILWR/
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