Two new stories unlocked -- and Vol. 2 on the way!
Since our last update, operatives uncovered two new Delta Green stories: "The Color of Dust," Laurel Halbany's story of a P4 investigaton in the Dust Bowl, and Jason Mical's "Cracks in the Door," about two friends who survived the 1928 raid on Innsmouth but face its implications twenty years later.
Now we have our sights on the next goal, an audio production of Dennis Detwiller's "Intelligences" recorded by the H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast — and two more goals that we'll hit at the funding level after that.
At $18,000: "Morning in America" by James Lowder
In a 1980s investigation of an especially dangerous Posse Comitatus militia, a Delta Green operative in the FBI partners up with a Customs agent who might have psychic powers. As they close in on the awful things their targets are attempting to do for the cause, what will be revealed about the awful things Delta Green has done for its own? James Lowder's credits include the bestselling novels Prince of Lies and Knight of the Black Rose, short fiction for such anthologies as Truth Until Paradox and Shadows Over Baker Street, and comic book scripts for DC, Devil's Due, Moonstone, and the city of Boston's First Night celebration.
And Tales from Failed Anatomies Vol. 2!
When we hit $18,000, that will mean 13 new stories funded: 11 in stretch goals and two more stories by Dennis Detwiller sponsored by individual backers. That's enough to announce the second volume of Delta Green: Tales from Failed Anatomies. (Triskadeikaphilia helps.)
When Vol. 2 is published, every backer here at the $15 level or above will get the ebook edition AND a link to order it in print at our minimum possible cost (the cost of printing plus the cost of delivery).
And the project still has 11 days to go. Every new story that we add in further stretch goals will go into Delta Green: Tales from Failed Anatomies Vol. 2 and make it an even bigger, better anthology of cosmic terrors in the world of Delta Green.