Tag: Publishing


March 2018 Newsletter

February was a stressful month filled with new discoveries and considerations. The latest thing to occur this month is an ongoing challenge continuing into March which will see five new Sk’eeo words invented a day. So far close to more than thirty of the things have been added to the dictionary. When this challenge is […]


Nov & Dec 2017 Newsletter

A month has passed and a small unexpected hiatus. This last month or so a lot of change in my life caused an abrupt shifted in my life. I have a new puppy as well as a new day job which has changed life enough for me to lose track of time. In particular, this […]


October 2017 Newsletter

Fall is officially here as the time of the long nights return! Samhain is just around the corner and the Fae and our remembered past ones will soon return. Hello from DasWyrd your resident indie LGBT publisher who has a few practicing folkore buffs are ready to celebrate a few good old pagan holidays and […]


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 […]


August 2017 Newsletter

August has come! And already our newsletter is a bit late and I’m sorry about that. I moved to another town just a half hour south of my previous home, and I’m still setting things up to restore full DasWyrd operations. For now, however, it’s time to talk about the future and some big upcoming […]


Themes: Dreadpunk

“What we both are. I have run from the darkness for so long… only to find myself in a place darker still. ” -Vanessa Ives, Penny Dreadful What lurks in the shadows around a street corner? What requires eldritch fright to power its cthonian power? Is it the second coming of prophecies long forgotten? Or […]


Darker Dungeons: Choosing a Theme

At the heart of every creation are the themes which inspired it, and form its foundation. Previously, we discussed the reasons why and how to choose a foundation. From therein the creator forms and decides how their work will evolve. Part of making that foundation and weaving the creative result is what themes an artist […]


ThreeFold Seer Q1 2017 Update

The first release of ThreeFold Seer back on November 2016 was one of the biggest moments in DasWyrd’s history! Since we were founded in 2013 we have gone from a small ragtag bunch of roleplayers to a professional (albeit small) publishing house with a clear vision and statement of what we want to achievement. ThreeFold […]


Darker Dungeons – Woetide Introduction

The game begins, and the players are ready for the excitement to start. Their destination is a stereotypical gathering of the party to move the story along! A grand feast is held in their honor, and the players are invited to partake. A grand palazzo of an eastern Noble awaits them as one by one […]


January 2017 Newsletter

The year 2016 was a mixed bag for most of the world. A lot of really annoying things happened and we lost a lot of just simply great and pivotal people this year. We saw the United Kingdom vote to “Brexit” from the European Union, and the United States elected simply the worst president since […]