About the Jonstown Compendium, Scott, aka Orcus Dorcus, co-host of Titterpigs - the TTRPG Podcast says, "I don't think I am amiss in saying that some of the most creative, fun, and innovative work being put out right now is contained within the annals of the Jonstown Compendium. There is just something about Glorantha that keeps inspiring throughout the years."
You can see that in these newest works by independent Gloranthan creators at the Jonstown Compendium:
Jonstown Compendium Index 
Nick Brooke ($1.00, 48 page PDF)
Nick Brooke's index to new RuneQuest & Glorantha scenarios and sourcebooks (and sundry other releases) available from Chaosium's Jonstown Compendium community content web store on DriveThruRPG. The index includes full details for every product released after 1 October 2021, plus summary listings for everything else in the store (for full details of all 2020 & 2021 releases, see the Jonstown Compendium Catalogue 2021 or previous years' indexes). The index will be regularly updated following major releases in 2022. All updates in 2022 are free; the price of the index increases quarterly as new content grows, so don't wait too long to get on board!
Jonstown Compendium Catalogue 
Nick Brooke ($2.50/$7.50/$10.00, PDF and POD)
Details every supplement published in the first two years of Chaosium's community content programme for RuneQuest and Glorantha. This book combines the 2020 & 2021 versions of Nick's Jonstown Compendium Index: a new layout presents every release up to the end of November 2021, divided into categories.
A Short Detour
BOLT80, Ludovic Chabant ($6.95, 40 page PDF)
When the adventurers stumble upon a mother and her son being attacked by wild boars, they are thrown into a tricky situation in which multiple powerful factions are on a collision course. What will your players do when they can decide who lives and who dies?
Korolstead: Secrets of the Smoking Ruin
John Lawson ($25.00, 245 page PDF)
This supplement is compatible with Chaosium’s Runequest: The Smoking Ruin & Other Stories. Its contents is playable with expeditions before, during, or after running the official adventure.
a Site to Die for
Bengt Wueggertz, Stefan Ringstrom, Ted Strand ($1.00, 31 page PDF)
The adventurers participate in a week-long ceremony of building and protecting a shrine for a Greydog Clan Hero. The Site is located within the borders of Orlmarth Clan, enemies of both the Hero and of the adventurer’s clan. The shrine will be attacked by members of this enemy clan, and it is up to the adventurers to fight them off. Can the adventurers overcome all obstacles, or will all end in failure, and they let Demons loose to kill at will?
Bad Day at Duck Rock
Peter Hart ($10.00, 79 page PDF)
Starts with the adventurers escorting a merchant and his cargo through Duck Valley. They stop in a run-down village to secure rooms at the inn and trade with the local redsmith, while the merchant heads off to visit a pair of old friends at their farm to the north of the village. What could possibly go wrong?
Hsunchen Of The East
Paul Baker ($7.17, 48 page PDF)
A collection detailing three of the Hsunchen tribes of the East; The Lo Fak Yak folk, the Hsa Tiger folk, and the Pujaleg Bat People.
The Salt Man
Akhelas, Austin Conrad ($1.50, 10 page PDF)
The Salt Man is a creature which should be impossible. It is the birth of a barren womb. It is the seed of an impotent sire. It is dryness and drought, a walking extinction which pretends to live. This issue of MOTM describes a Praxian horror, its legends, the rites performed to appease it. Monster of the Month is a series of new bestiary entries.
Akhelas, Mason J. Street ($1.00, 9 page PDF)
Burning Engines are a rare and dangerous protector of dwarven catacombs. Mostali technicians bind spirits of fire within lifeless hulks of metal, creating immortal guardians capable of roasting pesky adventurers. This RuneQuest supplement describes three "species" of burning engine, new sorcery spells for Lhankor Mhy adventurers to command a burning engine of their own, and an adventure seed which pits players against a fallen star driven mad by The Dwarf with the pain of its binding. Monster of the Month is a series of new bestiary entries.
To Hunt a God
Akhelas, Austin Conrad ($9.95, 70 page PDF)
This 'monster-sized' final issue in the Monster of the Month series is stuffed to the gills with Gloranthan goodness! This book currently includes Part One of the titular adventure. Part Two will be released during 2022, and will be a free update to everyone who has previously purchased To Hunt a God.
Holiday Dorastor: Seven Hills
Simon Phipp, Leon Kirshtein ($15.00, 130 page PDF)
Covers the Seven Hills area of Dorastor: here you will find descriptions of the many places and people found in this foul nest of Ogres, plus magic items, new spells, new monsters, and eight scenarios ranging in difficulty from beginner to advanced. So, come, worship at the Temple of True Being, visit the Carnival, Sweat Lodge and the House of Many Pleasures. Marvel at the military might of the Ogres and let your Inner Ogre out, without restriction. You know you want to!
Holiday Dorastor: Krampuslauf
Simon Phipp ($1.00, 5 page PDF)
During Sacred Time, the worshippers of Krampuslauf join those of Eurmal and visit all the children of Talastar, Bilini and the rest of the Borderlands of Dorastor. Krampuslauf senses whether the children have been Naughty or Nice, Eurmal rewards the nice children with candy, but Krampuslauf catches them with his tongue and punishes them with his Naughty Whip. So, have you been Naughty or Nice this year?
Holiday Dorastor: Joulupukki
Simon Phipp, Leon Kirshtein ($1.00, 11 page PDF)
Features the Eurmal subcult of Joulupukki, who gives gifts to children during Sacred Time. This is a companion piece to Holiday Dorastor: Krampuslauf.
Creatures of Glorantha
Davide Quatrini ($1.49, 8 page PDF)
A supplement to the RuneQuest Glorantha Bestiary, useful to add variety to the heroes adventures or just as an inspiration for crafting her own critters.
JK Revell ($4.00, 27 page PDF)
A compilation of 46 Gloranthan creatures and embodied spirits not previously described.
RuneQuest Durulz Character Tokens
Josh Skull Dixon ($2.00, 9 page PDF)
Inside you'll find 26 unique Duck (Durulz) character tokens for use in your Runequest or Bronze Age Fantasy game. There are three token frames to pick from for each duck illustration.
Corallo's Artpack #3 - The Seventeen Foes of Waha
Dario Corallo ($10.91, multiple file formats)
A collection of artwork for the Jonstown Compendium Community Creators which you can use in your JC publications by crediting Dario Corallo.
Corallo's Zenith Counters: Prax Pack #1
Dario Corallo ($4.36, multiple file formats)
Warriors of the 5 main tribes of Prax: Bison, Impala, Alticamelus, Sable, and Morocanth for virtual tabletops.
Friends and Foes: Chaos Set 2022
Dario Corallo ($4.36, 5 page PDF)
Four tables of chaotic cardboard monsters for your crusades against entropy.
Anders Tonnberg ($5.46, 8 maps)
Eight high-resolution pictorial maps of Dorastor.
Glorantha Area Maps
- Blue Moon Plateau - $11.45, 2 maps
- Eastern Rockwood Mountains - $13.50, 2 maps
- Elf Sea - $13.50, 2 maps
- First Blessed - $13.50, 2 maps
- Erigia - $13.50, 2 maps
- Gloranthan Settlements 1 to 12 - $5.50 - $6.55, assorted maps
- Griffin Mountain - Close Up - $10.50, 3 maps
- Hellcrack - $13.50, 2 maps
- Kanthor's Islands - $21.50, 8 maps
Nick Brooke ($7.50/$14.95/$22.45, PDF and POD)
An Illuminated History of Malkionism: the brilliant Gloranthan artist Katrin Dirim has illustrated Nick Brooke's historical outline of the Mediaeval West of Glorantha, with 16 glorious manuscript pictures depicting key moments in Malkioni scripture and history, as well as three studies of the Western peoples: the ancient Brithini, maritime Waertagi and detestable Vadeli. From the Ice Age to the God Learners, from the Serpent Kings of Seshneg to Arkat's Dark Empire, gain new insights into Glorantha through the eyes of a visionary steeped in the artistic traditions of antiquity and the middle ages.
Plus titles in Japanese and German!
Under the Jonstown Compendium community content license, fans of Greg Stafford's world of Glorantha can sell and share their own material on DriveThruRPG.
Check out the Jonstown Compendium Guidelines and start creating!