Dragonsfoot, there is an amusingly useful new article by S. J. McKenzie entitled Half-Dwarves: and why not? As the title implies this is a clever look into crossbreeds across all standard D&D races with a focus on dwarven mixing. The article even includes game rules for a few of these like the "Half-Dwarf", "Dwelf", "Wild-dog Dwarf" and my favorite the "Gnarf". The information is not setting specific so that makes it perfectly suitable for anyone who would like to drop some non-standard dwarf races into their World of Greyhawk campaign. And why not? Greyhawk is a setting that already has a myriad of subraces and crossbreeds to speak of, but not much for fans of dwarf characters. Now you can spice up the dour dwarven race. Check it out!