This greeting card from Duckburg (Duckstad in Dutch) is taken from the website of the Dutch weekly magazine Donald Duck.
I represented Vixati from 1982 until 1988. The country is on the continent Augisti, and I thought it deserved some additional publicity. Besides maps, a history and biographies of notable inhabitants I also had a comprehensive textbook and dictionary of the language, Vixatisch. There once was a time when I even spoke the language a little bit.
Vixati had as neighbouring countries Stizaxi and Mibroke. The largest and most important city was Mantrio, which was where the largest seaport was and the seat of government, but the capital was Marbs. Vixati was a rich country thanks to the export of refined grasses.
From June 1990 until 1997 I represented the country Ubilan. Ubilan is on the continent Gmune, on the planet Nmonige. The culture of Ubilan just recently passed into the Iron Age. There are three cities of importance, the port Ofizor and Ivodi and Mazune. I have an extensive history of Gmune, and a Book of the gods, filled with magical stories from the creation of the world by the thirty-six gods of the Ivodian religion until the present time. I also have extensive lists of monarchs of the countries in Gmune, complete with the years of their birth, death and government, and their main achievements.
I also have a comprehensive textbook and a dictionary of the Irbiox, the language spoken in Ubilan.
Between 2000 and 2008, I was then representative of the country Caltura, an urban society on the planet Mimia (this website is named after that planet). Just like Ubilan also Caltura has only since a small number of centuries passed into the Iron Age. From Caltura however, I have only gained limited knowledge in all those years.
|a list of inspiring literature on the subject of geofiction|
|an (incomplete) summary of my countries|
|a story I compiled from many different sources about the origin of Earth (only in Dutch)|
|the transcript of an interview Bas van Eerd did with me in November 2004, entitled De vrijheid van het verzinnen (only in Dutch)|
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