Pagan Publishing had an amazing run of hit books starting in the late 1990's culminating with their Delta Green setting for modern Call of Cthulhu. I keep hearing on the message boards that an update to Delta Green is in the works, as well as a move towards publishing their books in PDF through One Book Shelf. In the meantime, a few of the authors that contributed to Pagan's catalog have some related kickstarters to check out:
The Sense of the Sleight of Hand Man
This is a Dreamlands campaign starting out in 1920's New York. Pagan's previous forays into the Dreamlands are more on the nightmare side than Lord Dunsany, so there's no doubt this will be a darker interpretation of the Otherworld. Dennis Detwiller is a creative double threat here, writing and drawing the campaign himself; he has a lot of cool stuff on his blog to check out: Nothing Can Stop the Blog.
Bumps in the Night
John H. Crowe III wrote and contributed to a number of Pagan's early Cthulhu books, like Mortal Coils and Coming Full Circle, and is the author on this collection of 5 non-Mythos horror scenarios for COC, Bumps in the Night. Pagan still has a loyal following and this one blew through the goal in less than half a day (both of these kickstarters are going pretty strong).
Pelgrane Press: Night's Black Agents
Not a Pagan update, but since I'm on the subject of promoting horror gaming: the next Gumshoe book, Kenneth Hite's Night's Black Agents, is in pre-order and is targeted for this summer (I'm hoping by GenCon). Players take on the role of spies and ex-military in a shadowy world of vampire conspiracies. The spy thriller genre is a great fit for Gumshoe's resource management - it should handle secret identities, hidden weapon stashes, underworld contacts, all that spy thriller stuff, really well. I can see myself using this to do a mash-up of Trail and Delta Green and Night's Black Agents - alien vampires guiding the world towards the nihilistic ascendance of Nyarlathotep.