Looking at how our world dressed in the past, what we wear now, and how visionaries think our clothes will look in the future can make an incredibly rich resource for your worldbuilding
Have your art published in the next issue of Worldbuilding Magazine!
This issue, we tackle complicated subjects such as marriage customs, sexual dimorphism, gender roles, and more!
Welcome to the last blog post before we release our Magic issue! Everyone is very busy—the final illustrations are coming in, the editing team is wrapping up, and the writers have already gotten a head start on their drafts for our next issue in February. And now, in the hours before the layout team gets let loose to build the final document, let’s look at the Art Department.
It’s already November. That came up quick.
November means a lot of things. Snow (although it already snowed for me last week), an insanely busy holiday season, and the beginning of the end of the annual pumpkin-spice craze. November also means that we’re about halfway to the final issue of 2018, deep in the editing stages.
Here at Worldbuilding Magazine, they keep us writers chained to small, uncomfortable desks. Although isolated from the outside world, I can feel the excitement in the air. The October issue on Cartography & Navigation is almost ready to release.
As we enter the month of September, editing is well under way for Volume 2 Issue 5 of Worldbuilding Magazine. Take a glimpse at our process behind the scenes and at what’s to come in the next issue!