Monday, December 14, 2009

Three Things About the Dungeon Alphabet

In no particular order, here are three bullet points regarding The Dungeon Alphabet:

On February 4th, 2010, the next issue of Realms of Fantasy Magazine hits the newstands, and a review of The Dungeon Alphabet will appear in that issue. I expect to spend that morning standing on the curb with the blind newstand agent, awaiting a bale of Realms of Fantasy magazines hurled from the back of a passing truck.

Zachary Houghton of the RPG Blog II awarded a gold medal to the DA as Best Fantasy Product of 2009. If such accolades continue, I'm going to have to get my chainmail tuxedo dry-cleaned as a contingency.

Lastly, and most importantly if for no other reason than it means that hype man Mike Curtis is getting close to ending his stint, according to the recent news on the Goodman Games website, The Dungeon Alphabet has been sent to the printers. While there are few certainties in this life, if all goes well, we're looking at mid-January for the book to reach the shelves of your local games' bazaar. But, just in case trucks are attacked by Zuagirs, maybe you should pre-order your copy now to be safe and get entered in the drawing to win a copy of the book autographed by Erol Otus.

4 comments:

Reverend Keith said...

Best Fantasy Product of 2009? Isn't Dungeon Alphabet being released in 2010?

Michael Curtis said...

Such is the might of the Dungeon Alphabet that the 4th Dimension means nothing (nothing, I say!) to it. In the future, remainder copies of the book will power the star drives of Terran ships as they venture across the cosmos.

Zachary The First said...

The original Dungeon Alphabet was this year.

Jay said...

Ordered mine a month ago and the more I read about it the more I wish January would get here already!