Cultist Simulator keeps showing up in PCGamerfeatured

Here I am: http://www.pcgamer.com/my-creative-calling-is-to-freak-people-the-f-out-says-alexis-kennedy-on-cultist-simulator/ and here I am again: http://www.pcgamer.com/do-games-have-enough-respect-for-your-spare-time/ plus a little bit of DA gossip here: http://www.pcgamer.com/alexis-kennedys-part-in-next-dragon-age-will-immediately-look-familiar-to-anyone-whos-played-fallen-london-and-sunless-sea/   I’ve also got an interview about to hit in PCGamesN – teaser here: https://www.pcgamesn.com/cultist-simulator/why-failbetter-founder-alexis-kennedy-left-his-studio


The Orchid Transfigurations, on the South Coastfeatured

Last week, I mentioned the package I’d received from ‘A Well-Wisher’, containing two volumes of the 1925 edition of ‘The Locksmith’s Dream’. I also mentioned also that the package included a postcard from Galmier herself, from a seaside town on the south coast. Since then, I’ve realised two things. Firstly, the town named on the postcard doesn’t Read more



The Sun-in-Rags concludes endings beautifully.  He is usually reckoned one of the Gods-from-Light; but Julian Coseley (the seventeenth-century magus and reputed immortal) has indicated he should in fact be numbered among the Gods-from-blood.  He burns; he is distant; he is not as he was. He wears gold and red. The Hours are the secret gods Read more


THE LOCKSMITH’S DREAM (1925 edition)featured

Last week I shared an image of the 1923 two-volume edition of the Locksmith’s Dream – ‘The Light through the Keyhole’ and ‘Portions and Proportions’. I was aware that the first three volumes were republished as separate editions, but I hadn’t expected ever to see them. I was excited – but also rather alarmed – Read more