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STAN LEE (1922-2018)

I owe the lion’s share of my own creative education to three men, all of whom, as of yesterday, are no longer with us. In reverse chronological order, those men are Gary Gygax, co-creator of Dungeons & Dragons and role-playing … Continue reading

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ON AUTHORSHIP

Lately I’ve been hearing a little bit about the idea of “authorship” in the video game business, and have been asked at seminars and workshops about writing for video games. I come from a gamer background, but for a gentleman … Continue reading

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