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[Chaosium] Students at Taylor University to write and publish a Call of Cthulhu Adventure in new Professional Writing course

We are excited to announce a collaboration between Chaosium and Prof T.R. Knight in the Professional Writing department at Taylor University, Upland IN.

With the mentorship of Call of Cthulhu line editors Mike Mason and Lynne Hardy, seven students will be picking a topic, outlining, researching, writing, editing, rewriting, proofreading, choosing art, laying out, and publishing the final book on the Miskatonic Repository, Chaosium's community content platform for Call of Cthulhu on DriveThruRPG. The students plan to build upon an existing legend or supernaturally rumored location in Indiana, as that is where Taylor University is located.

More details at the link: Students at Taylor University to write and publish a Call of Cthulhu Adventure in new Professional Writing course

 

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The Fall semester at Taylor University is in full swing and Mike Mason and Lynne Hardy from Chaosium are in the thick of it! They're collaborating with seven Tabletop Game Writing Lab students as they experience an accelerated development of a Call of Cthulhu RPG adventure, which will be published in the Miskatonic Repository.



The instructor, Prof TR Knight describes how it is going, and reveals the elevator pitch for the students' scenario. After studying the 'Cryptids and Mysteries of Indiana' and some video-conference sessions with Mike and Lynne, the Taylor U Writing Lab students have devised their scenario pitch: "Refractions of Glasston - A 1920s horror scenario set in Northern Indiana". Looking forward to seeing what they create!

Update on Chaosium's collaboration with Taylor University's Professional Writing Course
 

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