Worldbuilding Magazine is proud to present our August 2020 issue: Revolutions. In it, we take a close look at the history surrounding events such as civil wars, secret societies, and, of course, the complexities of revolutions. Additionally, we’ve got winners from World Anvil’s Call of Cartography contest and new interviews featuring Zaire’s Lanier’s Afropunk setting for The Bone Herder, and art by Ali Hoff.
- Six new worldbuilding articles featuring discussions on worldbuilding with revolutions. Plus, four new short stories which continue Emory Glass’ series Thirty-Three Tales of War!
- An interview with Dael Kingsmill, actress, dungeon master, and YouTube creator.
- An interview with Zaire Lanier, creator of the wildly successful Kickstarter-funded fantasy horror comic The Bone Herder.
- An interview with freelance artist Ali Hoff, who discusses how they use their art to guide their worldbuilding.
- Plus, more contest winners from World Anvil, a community art showcase, artist resources, and other free-to-download resources!
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Special thanks to the writers, artists, editors, and everyone else who makes the magazine and podcast possible. We couldn’t do this without you. And to those of you who read or listen to us—we hope it helps you worldbuild some truly awesome settings.
-the Worldbuilding Magazine team