V4I6: Survival

Survival Issue

Hello, worldbuilders!

Worldbuilding Magazine is proud to present our December 2020 issue: Survival. This time we’re taking an in-depth look at survival techniques, how civilizations thrive in adverse environments, and more. This issue is also filled with seven exciting short stories that play upon this topic, demonstrating how it can be fused in fiction. Additionally, we’ve got the winners from World Anvil’s “Alliance Challenge,” and new interviews:

  • New articles and short stories featuring worldbuilding with survival in mind. Plus, the conclusion Emory Glass’ flash fiction series Thirty-Three Tales of War!
  • An interview with Brian McClellan, an author known for his work in the flintlock fantasy genre with titles such as Promise of Blood and Sins of Empire.
  • An interview with Anna Urbanek, the illustrator and graphic designer at Double Proficiency.
  • A community showcase with Reilly Kissane, one of our readers who is creating a fantastical world called Ekunbi.
  • Plus, more contest winners from World Anvil, your questions answered in our Ask Us Anything column, and other free-to-download resources!

If you enjoy this issue or have any comments/suggestions, please leave us feedback using the form linked on the issue’s webpage. Also, if you would like to help us write, edit, illustrate, or otherwise produce the magazine and podcast, email us or inquire on our Discord community! We’re always looking for new volunteers to help make this project happen!

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.

Happy worldbuilding!

-the Worldbuilding Magazine team

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1 thought on “V4I6: Survival

  1. I have never read a bad issue of this digital magazine. It is just simply amazing. Fun to read and most importantly it gets the creative juices flowing.

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