should do? Play the Hell out of the games. Do you need me to be more specific?
In other words, let's rock this thing!
If you have a Tekumel event, let me know about it and I'll keep a running list of what people are doing in The Year of Tekumel.
To start this off, at Con of the North in February, I've organized a Tekumel Track with 40 hours of Tekumel-related games. One of my games is an old school underworld adventure using my Heroic Age: Tekumel rules. The other game is a wizard duel miniatures boardgame using a simplified form of the Heroic Age rules.
James Maliszewski has started a new Tekumel fanzine called The Excellent Traveling Volume. The first issue is available now.
Bryan Irving will be starting a new Tekumel campaign using the new Bethorm rules.
Jeff Berry is starting a Brauenstein-style Tekumel game based on Prof. Barker's Invasion of the Chakas story arc in April. This will be a combination of RPG and miniatures where players run officers with resources from various countries. Many of these types of games were played in the 70s and 80s in the Twin Cities.
To help you along the way, here are some resources:
Stop wringing your hands and start playing! -- a quick and cheap way to get started.
They keep saying there are no Tékumel adventures -- an overview of some sources of Tekumel adventures, including a spreadsheet with most Tekumel adventures listed.
Online Tekumel Community Resources -- a listing of various online resources.
Tékumel Summary -- a two-page intro to Tekumel for cons or new players.
The Tekumel Collection -- My collection of Tekumel resources.