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Themes: The Weird West

“Mm. I was always more comfortable around numbers than people. I could control numbers. “ The Swede, Hell on Wheels If Dreadpunk had a western cousin then it would be the Weird West, a fantasy driven genre which takes the American romanticized Wild West and injects all the beloved mythology often attached to it. The […]


June 2017 Newsletter

Another June has come and another May has gone, and more has happened in the realm of DasWyrd! This month will see DasWyrd releasing celebrating more than six months after the release of (8 months in fact) of our first novel! After all the work we did our novel has sold a few copies and […]


April 2017 Newsletter

The first quarter of 2017 closes quietly and the first six months of the sale of our first book comes close to its ending. Compared to March, April is going to be a month of major in-person events, and much more! On April 29th we will be at WWU participating in a one-day comic convention held […]


We are Attending WWU Queer Con!

Hey, everyone! A while back a friend of our staff contacted us and informed us about a local event occurring in Bellingham, Washington. This is the WWU Queer Con a small local one-day Comic Convention which will be occurring on the Campus of Western Washington University. It will feature local artists and student artists in an […]


December 2015 Newsletter

November ends, and the last month of 2016 has begun. This year, in reflection, has been one of the toughest, and yet the most rewarding years in my life, and that of DasWyrd. We set out to publish our first novel and not only did we accomplish that but we are on tract to completing […]


Themes: Urban Fantasy

“When everything goes to hell, the people who stand by you without flinching — they are your family. ” -Jim Butcher When fantasy leaves the confines of older periods of history it starts to linger into the modern day. From the world of the penny dreadful was awakened a love of horror, blood, and mystery. […]


ThreeFold Day!

ThreeFold Seer finally comes out tomorrow!! After years of work, DasWyrd is going to be throwing a small Launch Party in our hometown of Bellingham, WA. It’s not a long one, but we hope to gather for around an hour from 5pm to 6pm on the 16th! Stop by and meeting the author (me Padraig […]


August 2016 Newsletter

Hello, again Wyrdkin! DasWyrd Press’ work continues as we forge ahead with the eventual release of our first novel. We have yet to set a specific release date, but we are currently aiming for Mid-November. Why we haven’t set a hard date yet is mostly all the work going into my last minute work for Oxford […]


Walk the Crossroads | Episode 22: Diversity

Our latest episode discusses how diversity can be used in storytelling and the strengths it brings. However, we don’t just talk diversity as a concept in expanding racial, gender or sexual orientation representation, but rather having a diverse group of characters. New points of view add to the story and when balanced create different ways […]


Themes: Disability

Disability is something hard to write for some people, and easier for others. In some cases we end up with heroic individuals such as Matt Murdock whose blindness gave him super-human senses. But this is not true for everyone. Many characters either become defined by their disabilities, or the disability is just another road-block in […]