Author Archives: Nick Keirle

Announcing: ‘The Red Market’ – A Narrative Monster Hunting Game

After years of saying I’m going to make a game, quickly making two small games, and then another five years of saying I’m going to make a game – I’m finally making a game (this is honestly my best attempt … Continue reading

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(2016) The Year in Books – Interpreter of Maladies

Jhumpa Lahiri – Interpreter of Maladies This is another in a long line of ridiculously lucky ‘picked off a bookshop shelf on a whim’ choices – a process that’s introduced me to at least a dozen amazing authors and only … Continue reading

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(2016) The Year in Books – The Goldfinch

The Goldfinch is the long and twisting story of Theodore Decker. On an ordinary day in his almost-obnoxiously New York childhood (we have an hour to kill before meeting with your principal – let’s ride a cab a few blocks and go … Continue reading

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