Category Archives: Commentary

New Haul: from Cromwell to Cthulhu via Mirkwood

Today I got a new haul of stuff. Some of these were PDF bundles so at some point the dead tree version of the book will arrive in the post. These are: Clockwork and Chivalry – clockwork and alchemy in … Continue reading

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Back again

I’ve been on a holiday-and-work-fueled hiatus. Two weeks driving in France and Spain and then two weeks spent helping people access seed funding for new ventures in “digital” as part of the CIIF programme. The latter has been frustrating because … Continue reading

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Christmas Happened. Woot.

Consisting of Houses of the Blooded, Collins Complete DIY Manual, We Are The People We’ve Been Waiting For, Simple Boat Maintenance, Hot War, Cold City, Nameless streets, QIN: The Warring States (plus two supplements) and Aliens and Creatures for DWAITAS.

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The Laundry is here

On Thursday I received ‘The Laundry‘ in the post. The announcement came back in March so I was really excited to get the book in the post this week. I have now spent a few hours reading it (all but … Continue reading

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The Final Frontier. No, really.

Ian Sales writes on his blog: And sometimes those imaginations run a little too free. A lot of science fiction is set in outer space, or on worlds which orbit other stars. Or, indeed, other types of celestial objects, both … Continue reading

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