From library borrowing to Zweihander archives
Sutekh has a collection of over 3000 sci-fi, fantasy, RPG rulebooks, non-fiction, comics, manga, DVDs, magazines and more!
We have set up an online catalogue and borrowing system. In three simple steps, you can have access to nearly all the books in our library*!
Step 1: Fill out the patron application, online or by printed form. If you fill out the form online, it will automatically be sent to the library email, and I’ll be able to set you up with a login for the library website. The information from the form will be used to contact you about when your books are ready for pickup or due to be returned.
Step 2: Once you have your login, head over to the library website and pick out your books. You can put a book on hold, which will notify your librarian, who will approve (or reject) your hold, and get the book ready for pickup at the next Sutekh event.
Step 3: You will receive a message by your preferred contact method letting you know that your book is ready for pickup, and at which events you can access it. Show up to the event to claim your book from the Book Box, and feel free to stick around and play some games while you do!
Disclaimer: Sutekh is not responsible for missed deadlines or any other forms of procrastination which may be caused by this awesome new access to books. Sutekh also claims no responsibility for your new inability to talk to people about anything except the book/series you just read. Please read responsibly. (Or don’t. I’m your librarian; I’m more like your dealer than the fun police.)
*Borrowing of DVDs and RPG rulebooks will be limited to in-event borrowing. You can ask to use a book at your event, but it must be returned to the Cage immediately after the event. If you want to borrow, say, a rulebook for a one-shot you are running through the society, please email email@example.com directly, and I will see what I can do. Magazines are not able to be borrowed at all, due to their fragility, but if you are interested hit me up and I’ll see what I can sort out.
The Zweihander is the name of a magazine historically published by Sutekh. Check back later for copies from earlier years!