The Back Page

Typically, a magazine Back Page is an opinion column by a famous person in that field. This is the other type. I pretty much did these solidly for years across various mags until I exhausted the ranks of Art Eds who hadn't tried to belabour me with huge levering swings of a rowing oar for presenting them with descriptions beginning, "You will need a helicopter and a painter skilled in portraiture by oils," etc. NB: Toothbrush is currently a bit wonky in Narrow and Tiny views; The End a bit wonky in Tiny. Use Norm for Toothbrush and Norm or Narrow for The End.


Urchin’s Ruin

by J Nash (Monday August 9th, 2010)

The paper of leisure-games for palsied wastrels. (Read...)


System Error

by J Nash (Friday May 7th, 2010)

++ UNHAPPY ++ (Read...)


152 Things To Buy Your PC

by J Nash (Monday March 8th, 2010)

Consumptive splendour. (Read...)


Version History

by J Nash (Monday January 18th, 2010)

Patch applied. (Read...)



by J Nash (Friday December 4th, 2009)

Gladstone & Disraeli in: Poker Dot Polka. (Read...)


The Duncan Dunfoyle Interview

by J Nash (Monday November 30th, 2009)

Duncan talks to Bunkerby Bones. (Read...)


Thief the Musical

by J Nash (Friday November 27th, 2009)

The singarobalong. (Read...)



by J Nash (Tuesday November 24th, 2009)

Enter the amazing world of Ryndyr. IF YOU DARE. (Read...)


House of Games

by J Nash (Friday November 20th, 2009)

Amo, amat, amatis, begorrah, begat, clematis. (Read...)


Fahrenheit Lost

by J Nash (Tuesday November 17th, 2009)

A cup of tea and a slice of menace. (Read...)