The body typeface is Linux Libertine. It is open source, and the family includes both the main serif, a complementing sans-serif (called Linux Biolinum) and the attractive Linux Libertine Initial, which is used for the drop caps.
All other graphics are photographed by either me or Jonathan Buck,
and manipulated by me into the forms used on the site.
This is entirely my designing and imagining, with support from other
projects and people.
No one can write without good support in the form of beta readers. In particular
beta readers who are not afraid of saying when something isn’t working just as
much as giving the praise that a fragile writer ego needs.
So, in no particular order, here’s a list of the awesome people who’s helped me
better my craft with their analysis.
- Mathilde Hoeg Boisen
- Lana Wood Johnson
- Sarah Zama
- Lee Aaron-Goodacre
- Myesha D. Jenkins
- Katherine Lampe
- Allen Oz
- Olivia A Foust
- Eremi Amabebe
- Sarah Dahl
- Lara Meone Savine
- Melanie Francisco
- Angelina Williamson
- Rayne Hall
- Shaz Milligan
- Jonathan Buck, for continuous support in both writing, coding and design
- My lovely twitter friends. I won’t name them, since then we’ll be here all
day. Suffice to say that they’re supportive and helpful, and I wish them the best.
- Open Source without which the work would be tripled: