Month: December 2022

Louise Morrish – Q&A

Louise Morrish is a Librarian whose debut novel won the 2019 Penguin Random House First Novel Competition. She finds inspiration for her stories in the […]

30th December 2022

Jerry Simcock – Q&A

Zen practitioner, artist, writer, gardener, willow weaver. Novel – Giselle and Mr Memphis published by Vagabond Voices just out. Jerry can be found here: Twitter: […]

23rd December 2022


I’ve been thinking about this process for a while as it seemed more straightforward than silver-based development at home and possibly I would be able […]

21st December 2022

In Her Majesty’s Name

I recently got the rulebook for In Her Majesty’s Name after having it recommended by several people I play other skirmish games with. Like all […]

17th December 2022

Nicola Ashbrook – Q&A

Nicola Ashbrook is an indie author of two novellas-in-flash – The Anatomical History of Violet Vee, and Mae in Quinquennia published with indie publisher Selcouth […]

16th December 2022

How to Make Books

My bookbinding tools have arrived and I’ve been playing around with some of the simpler methods in the book. So far it’s been really fun […]

14th December 2022

Margaret Atwood’s Ten Rules

Take a pencil to write with on aeroplanes. Pens leak. But if the pencil breaks, you can’t sharpen it on the plane, because you can’t […]

13th December 2022

Palace Hub Gallery, Redcar

After a lot of thought I finally decided to submit some of my photographic work to the Palace Hub Gallery in Redcar to see if […]

12th December 2022