Saturday, May 23, 2020

Issue 1 May 2020

Simlish Magazine is a 1-issue magazine that showcases the work of some of the most talented Sims creators. Our guest judge was someone whose work many people in the Sims community will be familiar with because she makes absolutely splendid custom content--Katverse. Here's more about Katverse:

Katverse started playing a video game called The Sims when she was 11 years old... and she never stopped playing it. From Sims 1 to Sims 4, this game has been part of her life for almost 20 years. Katverse also likes reading books, especially fantasy books. Books and stories about magic and all things supernatural are her favorite kind of books. Lately, she has also been into self-help books for that inner work. 

To learn more about Katverse, visit any of the following sites:

Congratulations to Katrina S. Forest, author of Echoes, who swept all three awards categories to win the Editor's Choice Award, the Judge's Choice Award, and the People's Choice Award.

by dreams-asunder
a poem
My Mouth Opened to Scream Hello
by Simshanti
a poem
by Katrina S. Forest
a short story
She Was Like the Sea
by heartmeadows
a poem
Mr. Todd's Offer
by Queen of Myshuno
script fiction


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