November 29th, 2013
Today brings us the ninth in William LJ Galaini's Gamer on a Budget review series, where William takes a look at FTL: Faster than Light and Emily Thorburn returns with an article about the oft undervalued importance of literature and the arts.
Fully into the fall now and closing in on winter, it's been a fantastic trip since our re-launch in July for Winterwind with contributions gracing our pages from Amy Van De Casteele, Bernard Barnes, Emily Thorburn, Jo Thomas, Jon Arnold, John Davies, Nathan Frederick Garden and Duncan and Linda Lunan as well as articles from Winterwind veterans Michael S. Collins, William LJ Galaini and Jez Strickley we've actually published more in the three months since our July 1st re-launch than we have in almost two years! Now if only your humble editor could find time between work and the website to pen his own pieces...
So please, read, enjoy, like, share, tweet... and tell your friends!
Also, as always, we are looking for submissions and contributions. Articles, reviews, artwork, photography, anything that fits under our umbrella of arts, pop culture and social issues. Submissions can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hard to believe that we're now in our 10th year (the actual anniversary is in December). To celebrate, we have a new look and layout for the site. To "get with times" we now have a presence on Facebook and Twitter and have integrated that into our site and articles. A very special thanks goes to Gavin Mills for all his work in helping make the new site possible.
We'll be adding more content, more frequently, and sincerely hope you enjoy the new site and the hard work of our contributors. Moving forward we will be adding content, predominately text-based, to the site, far more often than previously and we will continue doing the ezine, which is a text and visual presentation, as a special supplement. (We just need to make a few coding changes to the ezine to bring it inline with the new site.)
The Winterwind Team