Month: April 2022

The Little Grey Cells

I wrote the article below for Wireframe, a British game dev magazine which ‘lifts the lid on video games’. And, inexplicably, lets me have a monthly column. Did you know that Agatha Christie is the best-selling fiction writer ever? Nuts to Dickens and Tolkien and J. K. Rowling. Murder’s what the public want. Detective fiction […]

Written by on April 19, 2022

Birdsong and Spintriae

The mysterious man who’s running the Locksmith’s Dream is selfishly on holiday with his children (tch) so it really is Lottie talking at you this time. I wanted to share a bunch more information about our live events coming up in Monmouthshire, UK later on this year. So HOPE YOU’RE SITTING COMFORTABLY! What you’ll do […]

Written by on April 8, 2022

A Peep into Futurity

Happy Friday, peeps! We’ve stopped doing our fortnightly sprint updates (please tell us in the comments if you’d like us to start doing them again), but we have lots of irons in the fire and I thought it’s high time for me to give you an update. So here’s what’s coming up in the next […]

Written by on April 1, 2022

Limassol, Easter, 1925. “Gwen, dear — “

Limassol, Easter 1925   Gwen, dear — Won’t make it to Alex this time, sorry. Flatter myself you’ll be disappointed. But your ma thinks I’m a bad influence, so silver lining, eh, and I’ll answer the questions I can, here. You wanted to know about the Invisible Arts and the Great Arts and if there’s […]

Written by on April 1, 2022