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New Books and Interviews!

A lot of things have fallen into place recently! So much going on!

New Books

Three books I’ve worked on have recently released!

Songs of the Sun and Moon is a fiction anthology of the Fera (non-wolf werecreatures) for Werewolf: The Apocalypse. I contributed “A Nuwisha Walks Into A Bar,” which is about a Nuwisha and a Corax trying to uncover a conspiracy. I’ll have a taste of this story next week, but if you can’t wait, you can get it at DriveThruFiction.

Dark Brigade is actually a rewrite and update of the very first book I ever wrote completely by myself. It’s a series book for Cartoon Action Hour, Season 3, detailing a covert paramilitary force dedicated to defeating a terrorist group comprised of vampires, wolfmen, zombies, and other supernatural horrors in the style of 80s action cartoons. It’s available for as much as you want to pay at DriveThruRPG (and I get a portion of the earnings!)

Iron Wolves is another series book for Cartoon Action Hour, Season 3. This one was done as part of the original Kickstarter, and features an intergalactic police force fighting against a collection of space mobsters headed up the nefarious Queen Bee. You can get the PDF at DriveThruRPG.

New Interviews

AndoCon was a lot of fun, and I had a great time gaming and hanging out with people. I also did a version of my LARP theory talk, “Your Game Sucks,” and the fine folks at Altered Confusion filmed it and posted the talk online.

Also, while I was at 221b Con, I sat down with fellow Sherlockian author Stephen Seitz, and we chatted about the original canon and my book Watson Is Not An Idiot. Part 1 and Part 2 of his documentary are on YouTube.

“Your Game Sucks” at SPSU This Saturday

Sorry for the short notice, but things fell into place rather quickly. This Saturday, March 15th, I’ll be giving a slightly-expanded version of my LARP playstyle talk, “Your Game Sucks.”

It will be at Southern Polytechnic State University in the Student Center Ballroom starting at 3:30 (time subject to change). There’s a lot (P35) that should be free to park on the weekends. The talk is open for everyone, and there’s no fee for attendance. Here’s a link to the campus map — I’ll be up near the north end of the campus: http://www.spsu.edu/visitspsu/campusmaps/images/MainCampusMap.jpg

If you’re in the Marietta, GA area this weekend, stop on by! While I usually have a fairly informal relationship during my presentations, this time I ask you keep trolling and mockery to a minimum until I’m done. I even took out (most of) the profanity in my presentation!