Penelope Love Penelope Love i(A8413 works by)
Born: Established: 1965 Box Hill, Box Hill - Burwood area, Melbourne - Inner South, Melbourne, Victoria, ;
Gender: Female
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Fantasy writer and daughter of the writer Rosaleen Love (q.v).

Most Referenced Works


  • Additional works (tabletop role-playing games):

    During the 1980s and early 1990s, Penelope Love wrote a range of material for Chaosium's role-playing games, both for Elric (based on the Michael Moorcock stories) and Call of Cthulhu, based on H.P. Lovecraft's mythos.

    In addition to being the primary co-author of Terror Australis (1987), a Call of Cthulhu campaign set in 1920s Australia, she has also written or co-written the following game scenarios for Call of Cthulhu (most of which have a Victorian or 1920s setting):

    • Fatal Experiments [Call of Cthulhu]: campaign 'Tatterdemallion' (with Richard Watts and Kevin A. Ross)
    • Horror on the Orient Express: A Luxury Campaign Spanning the European Continent [Call of Cthulhu]: campaign 'Death (and Love) in a Gondola (Venice)'.
    • Fearful Passages [Call of Cthulhu]: campaign 'Furious Driving'
    • Blood Brothers 2 [Call of Cthulhu]: campaign 'Chateau of Blood'
    • Sacraments of Evil [Call of Cthulhu]: campaign 'The Masterwork of Nicholas Forby'
    • Mansions of Madness [Call of Cthulhu]: campaign 'The Old Damned House' (with Liam Routt, from the 2nd ed.)
    • Porphyry and Asphodel: A Dreamlands Scenario [Call of Cthulhu]
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