This issue, we tackle complicated subjects such as marriage customs, sexual dimorphism, gender roles, and more!
As we approach the release of our June issue, Gender & Relationships, let’s take a look at the writing process for one of my articles.
It’s been 2 weeks since our latest (and largest) issue, Technology! Let’s talk about what’s happened since then.
The fifteenth issue of Worldbuilding Magazine drops next weekend. In it, we’re tackling worldbuilding with technology.
At the beginning of the magazine’s life, a collaboratively built world called Postantera (World Anvil page) made appearances in earlier issues of the magazine. It has long since fallen to the wayside, but building a world together as a community seemed like a natural outgrowth from a community like ours. However, rather than revive Postantera, we’ve decided to build a new world from scratch.
It’s been two weeks since we unveiled the first issue of Volume 3, Death & Taxes. I’d like to say that the team and I took a collective breather after all that work, but that would be a complete lie. The next issue is in production and we’re planning for the one after it already. However, first we would all just like to say thank you to the team who put Death & Taxes together, and to our readers for giving us such a powerful response.
We’re starting out 2019 by looking at universal absolutes and the start of an entirely new volume of Worldbuilding Magazine issues. So, new year, new volume, new issue, new policies, new design…and you’re getting a sneak peek right here.
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!