Chaosium Inc. is one of the oldest publishers of role-playing games still in existence, established by Greg Stafford in 1975. Over the years Chaosium has published many acclaimed and award-winning games. These include the roleplaying games RuneQuest, set in Glorantha, and Call of Cthulhu, based on the stories of H.P. Lovecraft, which was published in 1982.
Many notable RPG authors have written material for Chaosium, including Steve Perrin, Sandy Petersen, Lynn Willis, Ken Rolston, Keith Herber, Charlie Krank, David Conyers, Ken St. Andre, Robin Laws, Jonathan Tweet, and David A. Hargrave.
The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society is one of the world's leading producers of Lovecraftian entertainment. From the award-winning motion pictures The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer in Darkness, to Dark Adventure Radio Theatre's 1930s-style radio plays of Lovecraft's works, to countless other Lovecraft-inspired delights, the HPLHS offer a staggering variety of non-euclidean fun.
Original artwork, limited edition prints, stickers, greeting cards, sketchbooks, books, and related Lovecraftian ephemera from artist Heather Hudson, who has illustrated games including Call of Cthulhu, Delta Green, Mythos, and many more.
Word Horde was founded on the the idea that great stories should be given every opportunity to find the right audience. Ross Lockhart chose towork with the most talented creators available, and could not help but create great art. Why follow the herd? Join the Horde!
Liv Rainey-Smith is an artist specializing in hand-pulled xylographic prints. Her imagery draws primarily upon historic styles, folklore, dreams, and esoteric traditions. Rainey-Smith’s woodcut process incorporates a mixture of traditional and modern tools as well as a blend of European and Japanese printmaking technique. She pulls her own fine art prints in small editions on both paper and animal parchment. "My approach to woodcut printmaking is an ever developing system of technical control and precision with space left for chance and chaos."