Stop Cyberbullying Day, a biiiiig update on BOOK OF HOURS design, and some snippets from The Lady Afterwards.
There’s a lot of lusty trembling going on right now at Epic Games.
Matt teaches Classics at St John’s, Oxford, where I’m delighted to say that he specialises in the study of ancient literary parody. He wrote a funny and flattering foreword for my book at very short notice – so short that it didn’t actually go into the first hundred or so copies. I’m posting it here […]
A Cultist Simulator TRPG, a new game design book, The Lucid Tarot and some birthday jazz.
Let us never forget that while the Biblioteca Joanina in Portugal is not as jaw-droppingly unique as some of the other libraries we’ve named sprints after, it houses colonies of pipistrelle bats who come out at night, eat all the bugs, and help protect its ancient manuscripts from being destroyed by moths or worms or […]
“All art is at once surface and symbol. Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril. Those who read the symbol do so at their peril. It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors.”
For Mental Health Awareness Week, and for the millions of people living together with the Black Dog.
A deep-dive into the design and printing process of our gilded cartomancy deck.
Announcing the BOOK OF HOURS stained-glass tarot deck, on see-through PVC!
Work has been getting on top of me over the last six months. Then I had a passle of family miseries and an unrelated health scare. Last weekend, I had a proper old crack-up with a full-on episode of depersonalisation. This wasn’t honestly so bad for me, because the emotional deadening component of the depersonalisation […]