Call of Cthulhu by Caleb Cleveland
The Future Weird & The New Inquiry present a FREE screening of Jean-Pierre Bekolo’s sci-fi thriller Les Saignantes at the Morbid Anatomy Museum to mark the release of The New inquiry’s “Mourning” Issue.
WHEN: Saturday 30th August
7PM doors + admission to Museum of Morbid Anatomy
8PM screening followed by discussion + drinks
WHERE: The Morbid Anatomy Museum, 423 Third Ave, Brooklyn, NY
Q:what act/sat/gpa do you need to get into miskatonic
Hello! You know, I’m not sure. I had a chat/exchange with a follower a while back regarding how we might “rank” ol’ MU, but I’ve never seen admission requirements listed outright. I’m sure it’s competitive.;)
The site for the school is fun; there are some interactive parts there.
If those who attend have some detailed specifics they’d like to share, shoot them our way, please. For now, enjoy some good ol’ MU artwork. Go Squids! Robert Pufahl:
And from Black Bag Productions:
Doriandawes, I saw this reply of yours (below) a few days ago to this post, and it has come to mind a few times since. I think I crafted something somewhat sensible at some point but was pulled away…or I might have concluded that I’m too wordy and need to stop talking so much. I can’t recall.
Either way, I just wanted to express how flippin’ much I do have to say about it yet never seem to have the proper context, opening, or…well…something along those lines. (Absurdly “meta”: a comment here to say how much I could comment were I to actually comment, etc.) Thanks for it, regardless.
Good evening to ye!
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