NooFutura the weird fantasy cyberpunkesque toolbox/overgrown zine/ setting guide / barely coherent vapourware book I wrote for the Mothership rpg is live for buying.
I went with Peecho, a print on demand company, which , after a very moderate search, I've found to be the best print quality for price.
It doesn't have any of my art in it , as originally it was an opportunity to just get paid to write something without having to worry about any other aspect of the project. However it proceeded to have an incredibly messy development which resulted in me taking on various other roles in the project. (I will do a "how the sausage was made" as a follow up post to this in a week or so and go into a bit more depth about that). One of those roles was art direction and the subsequent artists for the project were Amanda Lee Frank ( instagram ) and Sam Mamelli (also instagram). So that's whose stuff you are seeing on this page right now.
So before we get to links, I need to point out that
Peecho doesn't have much in the way of an online shop front , instead it just gives you shareable links , that drop the clicker straight into the checkout.
So as well as this post serving as the shop front , I'll make a permanent page at the top of this blog , beside the Peecho Velvet Horizon page .
If you want a quick look through the contents here's a preview pdf: CLICK ME
LINKS FOR PURCHASING:EDIT: Peecho's phone checkout menu is kinda ass, and it doesn't show the prices so I'll include them here as of 24/4/22
(28.01 us $ not including shipping )
(39.00 us $ not including shipping)
(5.00 us $ )
Here's some (basic) photos of the binding on the magazine & hardcover format
this book i just got done reading totally lives next to noofutura. https://porpentine.itch.io/nymphReplyDelete
THIS GOES SO FUCKING HARDReplyDelete
This is so gooood. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Bought the hardcover version, this looks absolutely beautiful. Scrap does it again, another victory against the forces of desolation and entropy.ReplyDelete