2nd August 2021|
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July #2: OSSUARY

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

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26th July 2021|
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‘The Rarer Action’

An update on the controversy of 2019, and an open letter to Failbetter Games.

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16th July 2021|
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July #1: NO PLACE

Content-heavy sprint and overflow.

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9th July 2021|
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Horse Face / Plate Face

Here is a game that will ruin your life.

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25th June 2021|
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The Confusion of Tongues

Linguistics quiz! Everyone loves a linguistics quiz.

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18th June 2021|
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June #1: LEUVEN

A meaty update on BOOK OF HOURS design and The Lady Afterwards development.

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11th June 2021|
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Trouble in the North

Philip II of Macedon invaded Greece, won a lot of fights and trembled lustily on the borders of Sparta. He sent the Spartans a threatening message asking if he should come as friend or foe. The ephors responded: ‘Neither.’

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3rd June 2021|
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‘Against Worldbuilding, And Other Provocations’: Bonus Material

Matt teaches Classics at St John’s, Oxford, where I’m delighted to say that he specialises in the study of ancient literary parody.

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29th May 2021|
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ANNOUNCING: THE LADY AFTERWARDS + AGAINST WORLDBUILDING

It’s Cultist Simulator’s anniversary weekend, so we have some big things to announce.

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21st May 2021|
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May #1: JOANINA

Book organisation!

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14th May 2021|
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Ceci n’est pas une game

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.

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10th May 2021|
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Living with depression that isn’t yours

Loving someone with depression is a common experience. Talking about it isn’t. Here’s what I’ve learned from loving a depressive partner – it may sound familiar to you.

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30th April 2021|
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Making: The Sibyl’s Leaves

Our merch has to meet two criteria before I go ahead with it.

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23rd April 2021|
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April #2: HOUSE OF WISDOM

Hush House begins to LIVE. Also, we announced a new tarot deck: a stained-glass, see-through PVC deck.

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21st April 2021|
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“Hee-hee-hee-hee, wipeout!”

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.

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15th April 2021|
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“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”

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.

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9th April 2021|
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April #1: GONDISHAPUR

Final bit of repair + foundation. And our March newsletter goes out.

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2nd April 2021|
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Gravity

16.01.16 The ‘unusual uncle’ I mention below was David Insall, a fascinating man who at different times had been a sheep farmer, an environmentalist, and a contract officer in Oman. My mother assures me he once brought a wolf pup to her dinner party.

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