I haven't updated this site of late. I've been doing far too many other things at once.

Life has decisively demonstrated to me that this has to stop. So it will.

I'm quitting some of my endeavors.

I'm keeping the Night Land Website. 

I'm going to start updating again. Slowly.

I have more of our old material to republish. And I'll have some new, too.

Henrik Möller runs a weird fiction podcast usually Swedish; it's called Udda Ting. In Udda Ting Episode 13 he interviewed Sam Gafford, John Linwood Grant, Nick Owen, Katherine Ouimet, and Kolja Aasgier. The opening of the podcast is Swedish, but the interviews are in English. English starts at 4:09, for listeners who don't speak Swedish.

I was asked, but, alas, couldn't make it. 

This is still 'olds' rather than news: I've got some other posts to make about Hodgsonian projects people told me about when I was buried with other problems.


I have posted Carole Carmen's excellent story "The Seeker" in The Last Redoubt section.

I still haven't managed to track down Ms. Carmen. I'm still trying.

At long last! — here's "Inside the Crown" by Robin Wyatt Dunn, a story about the abhuman and a decaying culture.

More stories from the Others' Night Land sections are on the way.

Hi, all. I've been way too busy with family health problems and other projects. But now I can start updating again.

I'm going to catch up on the news, and first I'll start formatting the stories from the old site's Others' Night Lands section.


Hail, patient readers.

I haven't updated the site because my mother broke her hip, and I've had computer problems. I'm still behind, but my mother's walking again, and the computer problems will probably be mended when I install a replacement drive.

I will have some updates for you relatively soon.

Happy Thanksgiving, all!

A long time ago Raymond C. Leung, who has a gallery here, was setting up an art-based Night Land site. It was never completed, although it's been online. I haven't been able to get it to load for a few days.

The background was a wonderful view of the Last Redoubt in the Night Land. Tonight I realized it wasn't in Mr. Leung's gallery here, so I have added it. 

Added to Future History: The Night Land: The History of the Lesser Redoubt, and Disuse of Distance Weapons at the Pyramid.