Thursday, 25 March 2010

Interbellum Blog

Having thought long and hard about whether or not to set up a shared blog for those interested in imagi-nations and imaginary wars set in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, I have finally taken the plunge and done it.

The new blog is called INTERBELLUM and if you want to be a contributor/blog author go to the blog and contact me. I will then add you and your imagi-nation to the blog.

This is by way of being an experiment for me. I hope that it works ... but whether it does or not depends upon the level of interest it generates.


  1. Excellent!
    The patchworks of small 'new' (or resurrected from oblivion) countries rising from the ruins of crumbled down empires are utterly propitious to Imagi-Nations.
    From post-Czarist 'Back of Beyond' Asia to the Gran Chapo war between Nuevo Rico and San Theodoros (South America never recovered totally from the wars of Liberation from Spain), from reemerging Baltic states to post-Ottoman and now post-Austian Balkans, the Interwars are such a promising cradle of Imagi-Nations.

    Best wishes,

  2. Abdul666/Jean-Louis,

    The level of support seems to be growing quite quickly, and it makes me wonder why no one has done this before (or perhaps they did and I missed it!).

    When are you going to join?

    All the best,