Author: Lottie Bevan

13th January 2022
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Gather Your Arty

You’ve probably heard the phrase “art imitates life”.

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17th December 2021
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Dec #1: YELLOWING

Merry Christmas! Look after yourselves and be merry and loved.

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16th December 2021
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Dangerous Play

Friedrich Nietzsche was a brilliant man whose most famous theory, the Übermensch, has wrongly linked him to Nazi and fascist ideology.

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10th December 2021
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Getting started with modding

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10th December 2021
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The Lady Afterwards postmortem

A retrospective on our jolie laide Secret Histories TRPG.

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3rd December 2021
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Nov #2: Xianyang

Announcing The Locksmith’s Dream, a series of invitation-only live events coming in 2022.

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18th November 2021
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The Lady Afterwards: Digital Edition out now!

The digital edition of The Lady Afterwards is OUT NOW!

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12th November 2021
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Tend & Pretend: the Secret Life of Gendered Games

Is this Dark Souls in a dress?

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5th November 2021
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Oct #3: Vellum

A new website, Lady Afterwards updates and a weird bit about a caterpillar made of food…

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21st October 2021
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THE LADY AFTERWARDS OUT NOW!

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18th October 2021
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Making games for a living is almost certainly going to throw you into situations you never expected. When it does, your best hope is to have a clear idea of who you are and what you stand for so you can weather the storm.

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8th October 2021
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Oct #1: TAMA

Japanese libraries, Lady Afterwards updates and a fun story about a goat

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24th September 2021
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Sept #2: SERAPEUM

The Lady Afterwards updates and BOOK OF HOURS’ music.

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10th September 2021
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Sept #1: RHODES

A release date for The Lady Afterwards physical and digital editions and news on Enigma.

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3rd September 2021
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The Church of Merch

Step into the church of the merch and take a pew with me.

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6th August 2021
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The Forbidden City

While under communist dictatorship in the 1970s and 80s, dissenting Czechoslovaks arrived at demonstrations, stood in front of the police and beat each other up with vegetables. This was to save police the trouble of doing it with batons, though it also protested a violent authoritarian regime without doing enough to get arrested. All hail the subversive surrealism of European liberals!

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2nd August 2021
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July #2: OSSUARY

Librarian resource control, our July newsletter and Skeleton Songs ep7.

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16th July 2021
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July #1: NO PLACE

Content-heavy sprint and overflow.

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