I can now check “study Italian Renaissance Art at Oxford” off the bucket list! As a result, the Qualifications page is updated. The Games page also has new additions, because I’m involved in approximately nine hundred million in-development titles.
Full of twin tails, sports stars, fashion plates, and all the charm that manga and anime can embody, this coloring book contains 24 stylish illustrations ready for decoration. Find out more on the Comics & Manga page.
The Short Fiction page now includes the anthology Australian Gothic, which contains ‘Williamstown Gothic’ by me and collects heaps of stellar work by lots of other local writers.
I’ve updated my qualifications page to include that I’ve earned a Certificate of Achievement in the History and Cultural Studies course Visualising Japan, a joint offering from Harvard, MIT, and the University of Tokyo in collaboration with edX.
There are new charms up in the Etsy store — two sizes of delicately lovely bird skull cameos made of resin and set in antiqued brass oval pendants.
The video games page has been updated with the swashbucking romance app The Lost Prince Pirates. It’s about a gutsy heroine and a bunch of roguish pirates desperately trying to save the world from corrupting magic. Swordfights! Risky escapes! Dark secrets! Romance! It’s free to play, full-length, and has eight different endings. Eight! That’s a lot of places…
2016 was a pretty productive year for me creatively. Some of the largest projects I did are either still in-progress or forthcoming, so I can’t talk about them here yet unfortunately. On the other hand, lots of my older work was translated or anthologised this year, so in the end things just about break even.…
The Video Games page has a bunch of new upcoming projects listed, all of which I’m excited about. The Comics page is now the Comics and Manga page, and includes a listing for a licensed light novel translation I worked on as a proofreader.
The zines and fanzines page now includes a tribute fanzine I contributed to, commemorating the tenth anniversary of My Chemical Romance’s album The Black Parade. Plus this site has a new layout, one that’s hopefully less cluttered than the old version.
There’s a new title listed on the Video Games Page, with the incredible name of Please Bang My Wife. I was the translation editor for the English-language release and I had a lot of fun. Also updated is the Appearances Page, including a link to a radio interview I did last week about Thrive.