Tales Out of Miskatonic University
What's in a book? Paper, glue, binding, ink, sentences, words, numbers, ideas, secrets. All manner of things can be found in a book - including authors (a tough squeeze).
In this case, I'm really asking who is in the book? The book being Tales Out of Miskatonic University, to be published by Mythos Books, Inc. Trying to guess who is included seems to have become a popular feature on the blog, so I thought I'd continue it with this anthology. But first, let me make a statement about the MU Blog Contest. It will come to an end in 3 weeks. So if you have additional posts (or emails), send them promptly. Remember, you can enter as many times as you like. For more details, click on the Miskatonic University Contest link.
Now it wouldn't be fair not to give everyone a starting point. And I suppose there should be some sort of prize involved. The top three folks who supply the most information will win prizes. I'll offer up - a choice of a copy of the book, or a cover print from the artist (Steven Gilberts). I'm offering the prizes, so these poor folks don't know about it yet. :) Not to worry.
*Help each other, and everyone wins
*Post in the comments to prove you're helping, or go it alone and email
*(if emailing) Include the subject "INSIDE MU CONTEST"
What to find? (Trick or Treat)
As it the nearby holiday is Halloween, I thought we might try a twist. You can trick others by offering false information. How sinister. I'll not hold that against anyone. But, please, be kind and polite with such information.
I'm looking for author and artist names, websites, and story titles. The more the better. Finding all of them might be difficult. But who knows?
The more detail, the better. And don't overlook the obvious. That's part of the trick.
Starters:Here are some authors who are included in the anthology, but I'm not mentioning story titles:
Richard A. Lupoff
Robert M. Price
C. J. Henderson
Stephen Mark Rainey
-- That's all you get.
The challenge ends Novemeber 15th, 11:59 p.m., EST (that's -5/4 hours GMT depending upon the time of the year).