Mapping Ararat has been selected to be part of a fascinating website that curates creative mapping.
Here is a description of the project: “The Imaginary Atlas collects maps and other images and information that describe the many places of the imagination: videogame maps, maps used in tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons & Dragons, imaginary cities and starfields, imagined interpretations or futures of real places, and more. Its purpose is less to map the imagination than it is to help imagine what maps can be, do, and hold. Its goal is to entertain and inspire — and perhaps even give rise to a book project (stay tuned).
To find our project at The Imaginary Atlas site please follow this link: An Imaginary Homeland