It Can Be Here

This essay was originally published in the 16th December 2023 issue of The Full Lid Months ago, I wrote two lines that would start and end an essay. The first was this: Help isn’t coming. The original piece was born of the frustration Jenga required of working in a creative field in 2022. Pushing against […]

It Can Be Here

AFTER THE WAR-PRIMER

I’ve been having great fun with Facility23 as a daily writing challenge and as we start to head to the end of the first month, now’s a good time to give you an idea of the setting. I’m writing it for After the War, the game my buddy Jason Pitre and co-created because it’s a

AFTER THE WAR-PRIMER

THE FULL LID RETURNS!

The Full Lid is the multiple award-nominated pop culture newsletter I write and Marguerite edits. This is our seventh (?!) year of existence and it’s one of my favourite projects. 5pm Friday, subscribers get a free dose of pop culture positivity in their inbox. We’re back this Friday, and here are some of the best

THE FULL LID RETURNS!

Facility 23-Tools for the Job

It’s Monday, let’s talk stationary. First off isn’t the logo cool?! Lone Archivist put together a pack of logos for #Dungeon23 and #Facility23. Go check them out. Last time I talked about the #Facility23 challenge and what I’m getting from it. This time, I’m going to talk about what I’m using to capture the information

Facility 23-Tools for the Job

Facility 23-Getting Started

I built a monastery the other day. Perched on the mile-wide weld ridge between two asteroids, St. Padddd’s is home to an Ursan (Think Fozzy Bear meets Chewbacca) monastic order who’ve dedicated their lives to helping others. St. Padddd’s is part of the Temenos Ark, an emergency evacuation vessel the size of a small moon

Facility 23-Getting Started

New year, new boards

Every new year I play this game with myself where I try for a clean page. Finish every book, game, show, podcast, movie and audio drama and reset the clock. It’s a fun game, even if I haven’t won yet. I keep track of it all on Pinterest, which is like if the Borg did

New year, new boards

THE NOVEMBER BLOGS-TRAGEDY

The dog is FINE, don’t worry. I mean, they’re made entirely of yearning and contemplating some canine scuba action but they are fine. Tragedy by Becky Howard is another one of those zines that embodies everything good about the art form. It’s an A6 foldout, a single page of A4 that’s crammed full of humour

THE NOVEMBER BLOGS-TRAGEDY

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