Happy 2011! I'm still recovering from holiday visits and distractions, so it'll be a couple days more before life returns to something resembling normalcy.
Petty Gods submissions are now closed. I'll be sorting through those submissions I've received over the last couple of weeks soon, along with offers of help with artwork. If you haven't heard back from me yet, hold tight and I'll be in touch between now and Monday. Once I'm done, I'll be posting a tentative table of contents for the book, which should include more than 100 gods, probably closer to 120 or thereabouts. Thanks once again to everyone who submitted and thank you to all the artists who've offered their talents in service to this project. Thanks too to Paul Jaquays for agreeing to write a brief foreword to the book.
With luck, Petty Gods will be available, both as a free PDF and as a for-cost print product fairly soon. I have no firm date on its release just yet, since laying this out and getting it ready may take a while, but I'm hoping it won't take too long. I'll keep everyone updated on this as things progress. In the meantime, enjoy this illustration of Screbblo, the petty god of quality footware, as imagined by M.T. Black and drawn by Wesley Godley.
See you all on Monday, when regular posting resumes, including several reviews that are long overdue.