Calls For Cthulhu wins this year’s Susan Lucci Parsec Prize!

Susan Lucci was famous for, among other things, being nominated for 18 emmys without winning. Until recently, Nathan Lowell held the award for receiving 4 parsec nominations, but never winning.

Yesterday, Nathan Lowell broke that streak by winning a Parsec award for his book “Captain’s Share”. At the same time, “Calls for Cthulhu” lost for the third time as a finalist. Brand Gamblin, the creator of C4C, has now personally been nominated for four Parsec Awards, which means that he is now the reigning “Susan Lucci” Parsec nominee.

Let’s see if he can keep up the streak next year.

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