Love the Detail, the Imagination, the Verisimilitude!
I really love this map, as well as what I've seen of your other maps. The best part for me is seeing how you get "inside" the culture, life, history, geography, and even daily grind of the world and built from there. Thinking through the reality of the fantasy world is what's fun for me, and the fact you've got a real gift for that comes through in your maps. Thanks for sharing...!
Speaking of which, if you've got worlds that you've created and would like to share, I'd love to help you post them on Eruvian.com. It's a free site, just launched 3 weeks ago, where gamers can use simple web-based forms to publish their homebrewed content, from individual characters to entire campaign settings, in a standardized, searchable and easily navigable online format. In our first three weeks we've had over 100 users register at the site and we've published over 800 pieces of content.
There is also a community rating and review system to provide feedback to the creators and, if the community desires it, plans to take the best of the best content based on those ratings and print publish it starting in 6 to 9 months. This may take the form of POD or short run publishing, whatever seems best, and may be compilations (e.g. 101 Best of the Best Monsters/Races/Spells/Whatever) or actual campaign sourcebooks.
The best part is that Eruvian has a powerful and rather unique system designed to facilitate and encourage collaborative world building. If you want to, you can open your worlds to accept contributions from others - subject to your review and acceptance, of course - and even give ownership of pieces to those that want to flesh them out. A hierarchical ownership structure ensures a shared vision throughout the collaboration while allowing individual creators as much freedom as the setting owner allows.
Our goal is to see if we can get hundreds, possibly thousands, of creative GMs collaborating on fleshing out worlds with unheard of depth and detail. Imagine one of your overland maps, but with maps and descriptions for every city, town, and village - every key building - stats, motives, and bios for every key character, etc., etc., etc. Is it possible to create an entirely new community-driven publishing model? Who knows...but we're going to find out.
Obviously with your prolific creativity, respect for verismilitude, and attention to detail - not to mention raw skill - we'd love to have you take part in this social experiment. Register on Eruvian if you're interested.
Regardless of whether or not you decide to do so, if you'd be willing to permit me to publish your worlds on your behalf please drop me a line at Eru@Eruvian.com. One of the volunteers on the Eruvian team is a professional from the publishing industry who performs editing and uploading of the best and most complete worlds that we come across (a world with over 300 locales should go live within the week). All you'd need to do is send me the documents and point me at the maps and we'd take care of the rest.
Thanks for reading this far...man I can get wordy! Cheers!