Milton & Marlowe Publications is a self-publishing imprint from Penelope Love and Mark Morrison to publish new roleplaying game works for Call of Cthulhu on Miskatonic Repository, and Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition on the DM’s Guild. Here we’ll talk about our creative process and general doings in the field of roleplaying, with occasional dog photos.

We have been writing for Call of Cthulhu since our first book together, Terror Australis, in 1987.

Earlier entries on this blog discuss the writing and editing of the revised edition of Horror on the Orient Express, published by our friends at Chaosium in 2014. Since then our work has appeared in the Chaosium books Reign of Terror, Terror Australis (2nd edition), the new Call of Cthulhu starter set and Mansions of Madness Vol 1: Behind Closed Doors, as well as De Horrore Cosmico from Golden Goblin Press. Penny also writes Lovecraftian and other horror fiction as well as her comedic fantasy series The Three Dungeoneers, published by Campaign Coins,

Any opinions or statements on this blog are our own, not those of our other publishers. The dogs of course have their own opinions, mostly about other dogs walking past our house, shared freely and at high volume.

One response to “About

  1. Chad MacDonald

    Hi fellas! Loving your blog so far, for someone who has never fully ran a Dreamland’s campaign, this blog has been very insightful and gave me the ability to make some decisions in the plot/setting design. There is one problem though that so far I cannot find anyone addressing. In Zak/Zar is a “Time of Uthlos”, a time when the unremembered my dwell in the land of mortal men once more. The Chaosium Dreamlands book mentions Uthlos, but I cannot find any source material about it. Would you guys have any idea where to start? I dove through archives to learn about Zak and Zar but am finding little to nothing on Uthlos.

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