A year ago today – after much help from the worker bees at Shelf Abuse – Dystopic was birthed onto the internet (back then it was called www.emilybabb.co.uk but, as this is a ridiculously narcissistic and unhelpful name, it was later changed). Over the last twelve months the site has been plodding along nicely; there have been 137 articles posted and the content has moved on from ‘general blogging’ to become a website that focuses on the powerful, fascinating world of dystopian fiction.
This is a humble site that is not as prolific as it probably should be but is nonetheless true to itself and, as far as I’m aware, relatively unique. I would like to thank the two or three people who read these articles on a regular(ish) basis and the many Internetians who could have left foul, soul-shattering comments for me to discover and weep at but have not.
Now, if only someone could make this lovely dystopian-looking cityscape cake on this wondrous occasion and promptly post it…? Ta.