I am Elliot Page, and I do the following things:

Current Works

  • I am one half of the Manga Podcast Screentone Club, a fortnightly focussed-discussion podcast that recently celebrated its 50th Episode!
  • I am also one half of Questionable Systems, a game development house. We have recently released Croissants, A pastry assembly robot management simulator.

You can contact me via the contact page.

Stalled Works

  • I have been working on a book, “MF;TS” for longer than I would like to admit. The book follows a single story on an extended timescale using mixed media and viewpoints.
  • I created mangasear.ch, a search engine for legal digital manga availability for the UK.
    Development has stalled but the flame still burns.

Historical Works

  • I present panels on my interests (particularly anime, manga and the community around them) at conventions, an archive of recent examples (2017 onwards) can be found on the Archive page.
  • Former Podcast Host for the UK Anime Network, during the “second season” which ran from 2012 to 2017.
  • I also used to write for the site, some particular examples here (Manga Review) and here (Editorial on a publisher using crowdfunding Kickstarter as a recurring business model).
  • My personal favourite article is this one, a comprehensive evaluation of UK Digital Manga Availability. (This was written in 2016, please be aware that some elements of this guide will have aged out.) This is something I am passionate about, and I follow the space closely.
  • I participated in the Idle Thumbs Wizard Jam 4, a two-week game jam where a friend and I created a game about putting meat from video games on display in a museum called Historical Beef.
  • In a fit of pique after the initial announcement, I recorded a rolling daily politics podcast in the leadup to the 2017 UK General Election, called Off the Cliff.
    Sadly I missed some days due to personal circumstances (and the original recording of the final episode was lost to audio gremlins), but I feel satisfied with the result. The simplecast site used to host the podcast is now gone, however you can download the full MP3 archive on the Archive page.