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D&D Dinner Date: Heroes’ Feast : Dragon+ #36

My third article for Dragon+ in their Issue #36 is here!

Interviews with three of my faves on the perfect D&D dinner date with recipes from their lip smackin’ Heroes Feast cookbook!

Dragon+ assignments are always dreamy. Matt Chapman gives great guidance and the interviewees are such a pleasure. Kyle Newman, Michael Witwer and Jon Peterson have deep geek levels of D&D knowledge and are so passionate about their projects that the interviews are a delight. Can’t wait to see what they come up with next!

Rolling with The Rolistes

Kalum of Rolistes Podcast and Anil from The Rusty Quill interviewed me at Dragonmeet

You can listen here: Mira Manga & The Rolistes

I babble like I’m on cocaine, but I am actually on a D&D high as we’re reporting from DRAGONMEET and were surrounded by exciting events and items!

We talk about seeing more girls involved in gaming, gaming in London and I even get to plug The London Dungeons & Dragons Meet Up Group and H.A.T.E.. Great to meet the guys and chat about our passions. Can’t wait to see them both again!

Give it a listen and send them some love!


A Hard Days Night Treatment

Our latest release on ECC100 Records

Our latest release on ECC100 Records

I was delighted to finally show off our glorious new release A Hard Days Night Treatment and share it with everyone online today! This album features an embarrassment of talent, including such luminaries as Eliza Carthy, Marry Waterson, Kristian from One eskimO, Jackie Oates, Martha Tilston, Sheema Mukherjee, Rosie Doonan, Simon ‘Palmskin’ Richmond, Simon Emmerson, Angie Pollock, Stealing Sheep, Barney Morse Brown, Ged Lynch and and many more!

This gorgeous reworking of Beatles classics was created as part of the Lush Spa project. We were privileged enough to work with Ben Johnston from Toronto, Canada who designed the lettering and gold / black design for us.

We have had radio plays on 6 Music and Radio 3 and some nice reviews coming up too! I’m so delighted! I love it when we finally get to this stage of a project.


I decided to add another string to my bow.

(That makes three strings.)

I’m acting alongside the band Dream Themes and a raft of lovely talented London peeps in Thamesmeerd. This is an exciting new soap opera written by Paul, the Dream Themes band leader. I play Maria the barmaid.

If you’re interested to see my fumbling attempts to say a script and appear to embody the emotions of said words, please check out the official Thamesmeerd Facebook page and like it.