We have a dedicated team of 90 people working on our Call of Cthulhu products. All share a common fact: a deep love for Call of Cthulhu, and a dedication in what they are doing. We don't do it for the little money we earn, but for the joy we have in creating products for our game. That's why everyone gives his or her best.Originally Posted by golfsale
We have an editorial team, a chief editor and several editors, who meet regularly and work out concepts not only in respect of what kind of books we publish, but also about questions of layout, design, etc.
We are continually trying to improve our products, optically and where the content is concerned.
The "secret" of why we manage to get our books that look good and that the critics find to their liking is a large, organized team of dedicated fans of the game which is highly motivated not only by the team spirit, but also by our publisher, Pegasus Spiele, who pay us, deliver free copies of the books we produce and thus show their respect for the work we do.
This certainly keeps our motivation up.
I've always been thinking: If we can manage to get such a team started in one country, we should be able to do it even better with an international team with Worlds of Cthulhu magazine, where not only the dedicated fans of a single country work on Call of Cthulhu, but everyone from all over the world. I would therefore be extremely happy if more people were to contact us at Worlds of Cthulhu magazine, to contribute. I am certain each and every one has a talent that would be of use, be it handout design, map drawing, writing, proofreading... everyone is welcome!
Hey, the 90 people in the German Cthulhu team didn't fall out of the sky, these are all dedicated fans of the game that gathered together over the years! I am certain we can do that, and better, with Worlds of Cthulhu.
Chief Editor, CoC Germany
Publishing Director, Worlds of Cthulhu magazine