Had quite a sociable week last week. Spent one afternoon hanging out with my cousin and his wife in their place in Stoke Newington. Josh and I played a game of Games Workshop’s Shadespire.
I played as Gloomspite Gitz the Night Goblins (All hail the Bad Moon). The game is quite fun. I really enjoyed playing my first game of it. The goblins had more complicated rules so it was a little slow going learning it. I think if I played as them again I’d do a bit better tactics wise.
Hung out with a few friends on Friday. They brought their Shiba to the pub. He’s a good boy but also a menace.
The weekend was the Surbiton festival in the square outside my house. So 10 steps over the road all weekend was Beer, good vegan burgers etc. Its nice that after a decade or so Surbiton is forging a community via yearly events.
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Dipping the Stacks
Still moving forward with the first draft of the book. Though i’m finding it difficult to hit the world count. Im not in a nanowrimo kind of mood with the sun shining outside. Instead i’ve reduced my daily target but also re-opened some old projects and i’m grinding them at 300 words a day. So making progress on multiple fronts.
I’m also happy to announce i’ll be speaking in The Hague at
@Border_Sessions in early June. My talk is titled // Solarpunk And The Great Unfolding: Building Keystones Of Continuity
I’ve started re-reading ‘What is a dog’ by Lorna Coppinger and Raymond Coppinger
And Kenneth Olwig’s new book also arrived which I’m excited to dig into.
Holly’s new album is out and I’ve had it on repeat since it dropped on Friday. Also the new Tim Hecker album.