While campaign plotting on this fine Saturday eve, Anthony, I was reminded of a question for you.
In your blog post at https://www.thebluebard.com/post/making-what-you-need-planning-for-after-the-campaign-ends you mentioned (my emphasis in italic):
The Sepulcher of Is-Artais (Pronounced: Ice-Are-Taze) is also done (though I have no plans to publish it). Why? It is, I feel, too specific to my personal campaign and not easily dropped into another setting. We're talking about a tardis-like ship here containing the Machine of Lum the Mad, Chemosit-like horrors fashioned after Mike Harrison's Viriconium stuff, Xag-Yas and more... If Zjelwyin Fall had been better received perhaps, but alas, the Sepulcher is of similar vein and therefore, I think, it will remain in outline form: sufficient for me to run, but not worth the trouble of polishing to completion.
Has your feeling about publishing The Sepulcher of Is-Artais changed?
At the time of your post (January 2020)---many months before the publication of Dream House of the Nether Prince---you were thinking that you might not publish either. I am hoping that DHotNP has sold better than ZF (?), and that its improved reception may have, perhaps, given you sufficient cause to consider completing The Sepulcher of Is-Artais, as your next publishing project?
TBH, Allan, I think both have sold decently at this point. Enough to recoup the costs of production anyway.
The Sepulcher of Is-Artais is still probably lower priority-wise than anything else. It was a fun adventure for the crew what with the mind flayers, but I'm afraid I don't have time to go back to it. I'm still at work on the Silver Castle and enjoying that quite a bit. Both of my groups are still chipping away at the setting. One day, it might be ready!