That strange-eyed girl you met at the circus...
In the beginning the labyrinth was not the center of Wanderverse. Believe it or not, in those days Wanderverse had no center at all. But the man who would give it one had already been born.
You're about to enjoy the third installment of a CC0-licensed Wanderverse story written by Sam Wilson. But first! Read the previous chapters... A gnome, her assistant, and the Nanomancer's apprenticeDiversions
Two new Wanderverse contributions to share! As usual, both are freely released under the CC0 1.0 Universal license 🎉 The illustration above is from "An Education," created by Angie, also
Today I'm pleased to present the first three chapters of a Wanderverse contribution by Sam Wilson, the researcher who painstakingly catalogued evidence that There Was An Extinction-Level Event In 2012:
The latest CC0-licensed installment of Wanderverse entails a gorgeous illustration (above) and story continuation (below) commissioned from GABA girl. She makes music, prints, and zines plus stickers. Enjoy! Deep beneath
Previously Plumule found herself in a clearing marked by "the ridges and dips of a labyrinth that was dug into the meadow long ago." During a midnight trance, she watched
A zine about the irresistible singer of the sea and the destruction she wreaks in the hearts of men.
Hello, hooray, it's a Wanderverse update! In case you don't recall, Wanderverse is the cozy fantasy world that I'm cultivating. Today I have the pleasure of presenting "Elm and Keep,
Happy Sunday! I wrote a blog post about books: Reading NotesFYI, this post contains Amazon affiliate links. Sundry reflections on the pleasures of books, inspired by Mason’s thread fromlast
This post, including all of the images, is a CC0-licensed contribution to Wanderverse. Meet Plumule, a seed fairy who hasn't the slightest idea where she came from. She remembers spinning
I am pleased to present a short story by Matthew Sweet, published here with the support of Sonya Supposedly members. Matthew recently finished his debut novel, Barker. The prologue is