Category: publishing project

  • Dregs of Rudetown comic by Chris Barker

    Dregs of Rudetown comic by Chris Barker

    The next publication from Peakrill Press (after this one) will be the comic Dregs of Rudetown by Chris Barker. We’re making copies of the comic ridiculously cheap on Kickstarter – £5 including postage for a 40-page comic. The comic covers the everyday exploits of nineties folk – featuring everything from landlines to indie discos, fruit machines to […]

  • “Scientific proof” and “self-help”

    The sun rose today, but will it rise tomorrow? I mentioned in my last post that Peakrill Press is branching out into a variety of non-gaming related content. I will also be blogging more about random stuff. If you’re here just for RPGs, that’s cool: there’ll still be plenty, and you can skip the rest. […]

  • New stuff in’t store

      Gespenwald A very quick post to say that I have added two new products to my online store and both are currently on special offer: Learning to Draw Trees is a 44-page book documenting my attempt to, well, learn to draw trees. Contains drawings, photos, thoughts and tips. Gespenwald, meanwhile, is a free-form TTRPG adventure, my […]

  • Nanodeities


    Have you seen my Twitter bot, @deitygalaxy? When the nose of Iohraï-ses, god of turtles in the hamlet of Nether Opthowichmoor-by-the-Water, grows significantly more turtle-like, it is usually a sign that they are feeling perceptive. Iohraï-ses is needy. Reply to him please? #Iohraïses #turtles — Nanodeities (@deitygalaxy) January 27, 2022 Deity Galaxy, AKA All The […]

  • Look Mum, I’m on Kickstarter!

      Who’s afraid of a toad? I have just launched my first ever Kickstarter project, Mostly Harnless Meetings. It’s a zine full of whimsical random encounters in the countryside, inspired by English flora, fauna and folklore. Here’s a an example: Oak: A circle of twisted, ancient oaks. The ground inside the circle, and the bottom […]

  • What We Have Left

    Some time ago I wrote a series of short stories. Here is one of them. They will be published as a book, once they are edited. That should be some time before 2030. If you would prefer to listen to the story (and I recommend that you do) you can hear me reading a slightly […]