This will create a minimum of one anthology, but there were so many great stories that there's a second anthology, It Came from Miskatonic University, right behind it to unlock. And additional goodies, like My Miskatonic, a guidebook to Arkham and the university. So many wonderful contributors, you're bound to already know some but also to find new favorites. You can even have your likeness turned into a portrait illustration by artist Yves Tourigny. Plus there're stickers, posters, buttons, squid hats, critiques, hand-bound special editions, and maybe even another open call.
Authors in Welcome to Miskatonic University:
- Marcus Chan, "Like Candles in a Passing Breeze"
- Elliot Cooper, "The Needle’s Eye of Nothingness"
- Kristi DeMeester, "The Long Hour"
- Scott R. Jones, "The Steeplechase"
- Brenda Kezar, "Wyrd Science"
- Gwendolyn Kiste, "A Lost Student’s Handbook for Surviving the Abyss"
- K.G. McAbee, "The Official Inquiry into the Waite-Gilman-Carter Antarctic Expedition Sponsored by Miskatonic University and the Unfortunate Conclusion Thereof"
- Bennett North, "Glory Night"
- Brandon O'Brien, "Some Muses Are Not Gentle"
- Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., "Beyond the Surface"
- Liz Schriftsteller, "Through Cryptic Caverns, the Shoggoths Come at Night"
- Nate Southard, "Something Beautiful"
Authors in It Came from Miskatonic University:
- Dani Atkinson, "Between the Holes"
- Mary Berman, "Ordinary People"
- Jennifer Brozek, "The Librarian's Handbook"
- Jacqueline Bryk, "Gills"
- Richard Lee Byers, "Student Body"
- S.L. Edwards, "Office Hours and After"
- Lynne Hardy, "Identity Crisis"
- David Kammerzelt, "Intermediate Yithian"
- Tonya Liburd, "Fear of a Black Planet"
- Matt Maxwell, "The Kingdom of Is"
- Chuck Regan, "The Secret Trials of Jared Bloom"
- Angela Slatter, "Reading Off the Curriculum"
- Oliver Smith, "Mowbray’s Museum"
- Dawn Vogel, "Hashtag TPE"
And Michael Bukowski did the amazing cover illustration. (Authors are listed alphabetically. The final TOC is still to be determined.)
As we move along in the campaign, I'll be interviewing our creative partners and showing off their work and unveiling new possible designs (whether for stickers or bookmarks or buttons or even new covers or maybe even hats!) and even explaining why I decided to split the stories into two anthologies. I'll also be giving a taste of what it's like building an anthology and show you a little of the behind-the-scenes work.
If you've enjoyed one of our previous anthologies (or other books!) or are just curious about what's going on, I hope you'll go check out what we're building and even become a part of it.
>>COME SEE our Kickstarter - Welcome to Miskatonic University from Broken Eye Books