Deva Eveland is a seasoned wanderer who drifted into Beijing via Phnom Penh. He writes fiction, plays make-believe with his three-year-old daughter and struggles with tonal languages. His short stories can be found in Pavilion Literary Magazine, New Dead Families and the Loreli China website. He’s also studying Ancient History through Macquarie University. His most recent project is a collaboration with the historian Hieronymous Atchley on Oft Neglected Wars, a compendium of abstruse and arcane military conflicts.