Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Lucky Road to RPG Editing

Note: This post is Part Two of two, for now. It’ll be a recurring theme, though. My winding emotional journey into editing began long ago, but the practical journey happened suddenly and unexpectedly, and the path was paved with luck, … Continue reading

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The Emotional Road to RPG Editing

Note: This post is Part One of…two? Maybe three? I’ll figure that out later. Several people have asked recently about how I became an RPG editor (and, I believe, asked implicitly how they can get into the field). Since there’s … Continue reading

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The Editor Becomes the Writer

This week, my writing energy went into an article I’m submitting for Broad Universe’s fall issue of the Broadsheet. I’ve never been hired to write something before. I guess I officially can no longer claim that I’m not a writer. … Continue reading

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Great Editing Is a Conversation

I know—I’m one of the luckiest people on the planet because I get to freelance in the RPG industry as my full time job. And it’s awesome. But, like any job, sometimes it’s frustrating and uninspiring. Occasionally, you really do … Continue reading

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