Wee Andy gives us a real treat with the latest Wee Gamers Podcast.
He has a great interview with none other than Stuart Boon, award winning author of the Shadows over Scotland sourcebook, part of Cubicle 7's Cthulhu Britannica line and one of the authors of 'Tales of Promethea', a collection of short fiction set in the fictional country of Promethea, from the award-winning, critically acclaimed RPG Dark Harvest: The Legacy of Frankenstein.
Stuart Boon was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He moved to Great Britain in 2002 and now lives in Scotland with his wife Michele. He is the author of the Origins and eNNies award winning 'Shadows Over Scotland', a sourcebook for Scotland and Scottish adventures for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game.
An avid film and music fan, and active role-player, Stuart spends entirely too much time indoors. He is currently working on a number of projects involving the Cthulhu Mythos whilst trying to retain his sanity.
Stuart is the Line Developer for Cthulhu Britannica, Cubicle 7’s line of original sourcebooks and supplements set in 1920s Britain for the Call of Cthulhu role-playing game. He is the author of the Origins award-winning ‘Shadows Over Scotland’ sourcebook.
As a freelance writer he has worked with Chaosium (Call of Cthulhu), Savage Mojo (Savage Worlds), and Miskatonic River Press (Call of Cthulhu). He has also written stories for 'Tales of Promethea', a collection of short fiction set in the fictional country of Promethea, from the Dark Harvest RPG.
From nine to five, Stuart works as a lecturer and educational developer at the University of Strathclyde.
We have split the full interview into two parts.
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