Id like some inclusion of AoS or old fantasy lit, if it would be helpful if I ask 'i really like Josh Reynolds, which of his other warhammmsr and non-warhammer lit should I read' style. He's published 200 stories - I'd love to know what I should read from that.
We all talk heavily about Abnett, etc - but there is no good place on the internet where I can compare his work on Sinester Dexter, Riders of the Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy and Gaunt's Ghosts - and that does suck. Same with other writers with varied corpuses. This can be done without being ott or too off-topic as the topic would be a given author or a given comparison?
Equally much Warhammer lit is written by active participants in reading other genres - it would be nice to be able to bring these in (historical fiction, crime, horror, etc) without it getting deleted/hidden or proclaimed as not relevant to the board.
I think it's possible to do that, with rules, which means keeping a focus but also having a better-informed and better-constructed view of *authors* and *genres*?
You can even have threads like this - https://www.trekbbs....-thread.284087/ - which are quite nice discussions of authors common to a franchise's wider work.
The thread on Tchaikovsy does just that though right? So it is allowed? No?