#VAGABOND Japan Edition 1 - Kansai Region!
Following on from last fortnight’s post, this fortnight is all about geology! This week we’re talking rocks and land formations with one of my fav gal pals! Geology enthusiast, and former science museum volunteer, Rachael! Rachael is also the talented artist responsible for our beautiful feature image! How is geology relevant to world building? You … Continue reading #WBW – Rocks, Minerals, Mountains and Hills
It's another installment of World Building Wednesday! This time it's all about maps!
Fortnite is the latest game from Epic Games. Like Minecraft meets Orks Must Die with a liberal sprinkling of Borderlands character design
This first installment is all about creating a fictional language for your world.
I have not forgotten your song. Six years on; I hear it stronger now. With time, the burn fades the sting soothes. But scars remain. Ever a reminder, of the sacrifice. How can I forget? When so much work is still left undone. If all we are is nothing more than the dust of … Continue reading For Neda, Still
An update on my experience with the Walkley's Incubator
This isn’t for your commentary. I don’t want to know what you think now. First I want you to take the moment, To reflect, and ask yourself the questions why, and how. The answers are never easy, They should not fly to your mind so quick. Truth and clarity are not a flash in the … Continue reading For Your Commentary
Tonight, I found out one of my crazy ideas had been selected for the Walkleys Media Incubator and Innovation Funding longlist. (And if you think that is a mouthful, don’t worry. I do too.) I found out four days after the emails informing applicants of their success were sent out. Mostly because my gmail account … Continue reading I made a long list – #WMIIF
From 2014 to 2016 I spent time researching the Syrian Crisis. This began as a bit of a personal mission, in that I was quite interested in trying to understand the situation as best as I could, and eventually developed into the subject of my thesis for my Masters in International Journalism. I don’t claim … Continue reading Some Stuff About Syria