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Stories of desperate intrigue and cosmic terror. DELTA GREEN is an award-winning setting of Cthulhu Mythos fiction and games.
Stories of desperate intrigue and cosmic terror. DELTA GREEN is an award-winning setting of Cthulhu Mythos fiction and games.
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Goals falling faster than we can post them

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I take ONE DAY off without posting an update and we knock goals down left and right. Yesterday we unlocked the new Delta Green stories "Dark" by Daniel Harms and "Syndemic" by Shane Ivey (me). And we're almost done with the next goal after that. I better get the next ones up on the board fast. 

At $13,000: "Le Pain Maudit" by Jeff Carter 

In 1951, a small town in rural France suffers a mass outbreak of horrifying hallucinations. A Delta Green officer investigates, but will the truth be too awful even for him to face? Jeff Carter’s stories appear in the anthologies O Little Town of Deathlehem, Tales from the Bell Club, Avenir Eclectia Vol. 1, and more.

At $14,000: “Stooge Wilson and the Vine City Blues” by David J. Fielding 

A botched heroin deal in 1970s Atlanta leaves one survivor. It’s up to Stooge Wilson to tell the tale from the fringes of a scorched-earth operation in Delta Green’s “cowboy” years. David J. Fielding is a writer and actor who recently contributed to Capes and Clockwork anthology, Alter Egos, and the upcoming Something Strange is Going On from Flinch! Books.

But First...

$12,000 is only four or five new backers away. When that happens, we'll unlock an audio production of the Dennis Detwiller story "Drowning in Sand" by the H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast. I expect I'll have another new goal or two to announce tomorrow.

Thank you so much for your amazing support of Delta Green. Keep recruiting. The conspiracy is getting stronger every day.

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    1. Rodolphe on

      And it's only the beginning, Shane!
      Le Pain Maudit. Pont-Saint-Esprit, 1951. Very good material for a Delta Green story.