Clipping the Hobby Tree – Back to Basics

I recently learnt that hobbies can be difficult things. I like things, quite a lot of things. I particularly enjoy writing - the act of writing - and this started to become problematic. There is so much to write about out there in the world. Books, films, games, politics, history, hiking and walking... and I used… Continue reading Clipping the Hobby Tree – Back to Basics

Recent Articles Posted on n3rdabl3

I’ve been writing articles for n3rdabl3 over the past few months and generally, whilst good at sharing these posts out via Twitter and the like, I’m appallingly bad at writing them up as a post here on my own site. That’s likely a side effect of the sharing culture we’ve developed today - when you’re… Continue reading Recent Articles Posted on n3rdabl3

A Walk Through Dunwich 

The grey was foundational. Structural. A mottled concrete of cloud lurking beyond the canopy. It was ever present, but unreachable. Lingering, touching all, tuning all colours into a cold sepia frosted with the fuzz of an out of tune CRT. Sometimes, in the distance, its ghostly mass would drift in front of the church steeple.… Continue reading A Walk Through Dunwich 

Submissions Calendar Updated – Likely Final Update

I've updated the calendar with a few more entries - I've been very lax about updating it in recent months, as I've found plenty of other sites that list submission dates for magazines/publishers. Honestly, some of these can be hit or miss - what I mean is that the data is often badly sorted on… Continue reading Submissions Calendar Updated – Likely Final Update

I Haven’t Posted in a While

... and that's because I've been very carefully constructing my own actual website with it's own address, self hosted, and all that cool stuff that comes when you throw money at the internet. Wooohoo! Why am I doing this? I don't really know. I wanted to see what the back end of a website looked… Continue reading I Haven’t Posted in a While

I Watch People Playing Videogames

... which is apparently a weird thing to do, according to a popular American comedian who has his own show in the US. I keep a keen eye on the Kotaku UK site for gaming news and deals and such, and chanced upon the articles discussing Kimmel's criticisms and subsequent YouTube backlash, and the whole… Continue reading I Watch People Playing Videogames

Fringe Poetry Events Added to Calendar

It's the Fringe! Which means the city is brimming with events, including the poetic - so I've added a few to the calendar. This is by no means everything, and there's no way I'm adding everything, because I wouldn't leave this desk for a week if I were to do so! Anyway, check it out… Continue reading Fringe Poetry Events Added to Calendar