With rather un-piratelike apologies for the lateness of this post, we present the Summer 2014 PIRATES issue of What’s the Time, Mrs Woolf? for your viewing enjoyment! This issue contains articles, comics and illustrations from many dastardly wenches, and in the spirit of law-breaking and thievery a ROGUE MALE has even sneaked his way in…
In this issue:
A shockingly coloured internal cover by the talented Gem ‘She Got All The Gems’ Sheldrake.
Article: Lesbian Heroes: Anne Bonny and Mary Read by our own Lilywoolf.
Illustration: Things Sarah Sees: In The Living Room by Sarahwoolf (my own self).
Article: Oceans… Oceans… an article on the good lady Tetra in the pleasant parlour game Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker by our ROGUE MALE, James ‘Long Jim Silver’ Smith.
Article: Sailing Superstitions, a fact sheet of some common nautical beliefs by Sarahwoolf.
Recipe: Old Jamaica Coco Pop Bars by Lilywoolf.
Comic: Pyrates by Meg ‘Grisly Girl O’ Golden Guineas’ Guindon.
Article: Sailor Moon vs Peppa Pig, an analysis of gender roles in children’s programming, by Nel ‘Nefarious Nautical’ McDonald.
Instructions: Sewing Sans Pattern: Adding A Sailor Collar by Sarahwoolf.
Comic: Pirate Radio by Mair ‘Terror Of Tortuga’ Thomas.
Article: Vile Bodies, an analysis of Mama Dola and the figure of the older woman in Studio Ghibli films by Lilywoolf.
Comic: Stale Symphony: Lost Socks Pirate by Sammy ‘Barbarian Of Barbados’ Borras.
Ask Another Question! our ship’s fairy answers the questions of another hapless human.
Special thanks to our own Lilywoolf, for doing the cover, intro, contents, credits and other extra admin stuff for this issue, allowing myself a much-needed break for some freelance jobs. Keep an eye on the woolfblog, for in thanks I will be recording myself reading her excellent pirate-voiced intro aloud and posting it here on the blog.
Arrrr, while we be takin’ this here issue and the three precedin’ to Comica Comiket tomorrow, that’s not a lot o’ notice fer an event, so this issue also be available for purchase on our online shop!