Topic: Mechanurg's blog now in English, too

After having blogged about RPGs, literature and films in Swedish for some months, I have this week started adding posts in English to my blog. There aren't that many of these yet, but my longterm goal is a 50/50 ratio between the two languages. Diesel and steam belong to my regular subjects.

The blog is located at
http://gondica.wordpress.com

"Drömsmedjan" = "The Dream Forge"

AFGHANISTAN 2009
I walk through the dry hills
I hold the little girl's hand
I wrestle the wildfire
I share the pain
Because if not I, who? If not now, when?

Re: Mechanurg's blog now in English, too

Ah, excellent!

Re: Mechanurg's blog now in English, too

Awesome, can't wait to actually be able to read your posts (although I suppose I should start learning Swedish if I ever want to work there).

4 (edited by Mechanurg 2011-09-16 07:29)

Re: Mechanurg's blog now in English, too

Well, so far 16 blog posts in English, dealing with such diverse subjects as Mars in pulp SF, Jules Verne's influence on my writings, GDW's Traveller, role-playing in Tolkien's Middle-earth, dieselpunk spy fiction, and the legacy of the 1914-89 Short Century.

http://gondica.wordpress.com/category/english/

More is yet to come.

AFGHANISTAN 2009
I walk through the dry hills
I hold the little girl's hand
I wrestle the wildfire
I share the pain
Because if not I, who? If not now, when?

Re: Mechanurg's blog now in English, too

Mechanurg wrote:

Well, so far 16 blog posts in English, dealing with such diverse subjects as Mars in pulp SF, Jules Verne's influence on my writings, GDW's Traveller, role-playing in Tolkien's Middle-earth, dieselpunk spy fiction, and the legacy of the 1914-89 Short Century.

http://gondica.wordpress.com/category/english/

More is yet to come.

Thank you sir! I will be checking this out.

Re: Mechanurg's blog now in English, too

Today's blog post: Some reflections on how European history influences my writing

AFGHANISTAN 2009
I walk through the dry hills
I hold the little girl's hand
I wrestle the wildfire
I share the pain
Because if not I, who? If not now, when?