Selected Client List
My work been published by a wide array of clients, such as:
BOOM! Studios • Jim Zub’s Skullkickers • Relic Entertainment • Turbine, Inc. • Area/Code Games • Atlanta magazine • Wil Wheaton’s Monolith Press • Wizards of the Coast • Fantasy Flight Games • White Wolf Game Studio • Pelgrane Press • Atlas Games • Posthuman Studios
Current and Recent Game Design Projects
- Project: Dark from Word Studio, Inc.
- Betrayal at House on the Hill: Widow’s Walk from Wizards of the Coast
- Bequest: Sagas of the Firekeepers from Word Studio, Inc.
- Titansgrave from Geek & Sundry and Green Ronin
- Eternal Lies from Pelgrane Press
- Storium: the online storytelling game
- Odyssey: Journey and Change by Will Hindmarch
Free Games and Adventures
- Always/Never/Now: 100+ pages of free cyberpunk RPG adventures
- All The Damn Time: A prosaic time-travel playset for Fiasco
- Alien Survivor: Quick sci-fi horror roleplaying
- Harvest Night: A Halloween adventure for the GUMSHOE system
- “The Auble Gun,” published in The Thackery T. Lambshead Cabinet of Curiosities
- “Blood for the King,” published in The New Hero, Vol. 2
- “The Toymaker” in The Lion and the Aardvark
- “Don’t Leave Your Love,” published in Don’t Read This Book
- “Errant Eagles,” published in Tales of the Far West
- “As Adders Fanged,” published in By No Means Vulgar
- “The Way-Back Machine,” published in We Are Dust
- “Trajectories of Metals,” published in Have Blaster, Will Travel
- “The Caribou Coffee Granola Bar,” a Review of New Food, published at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
- “Butterfinger Crisp,” a Review of New Food, published at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
- “Open Letter to Two Dudes at Kroger Who Didn’t Know What Day It Was,” published at McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
- Pregrets: A collection of original poems, available now at DriveThruFiction.
- Lift and Drag: A collection of five found poems drawn from a Cessna flight manual, available free online in Flash and PDF formats. // Read more.
- Haiku Year: A collection of 105 haiku and a handful of short articles written during the Haiku Year project—an attempt to write a haiku every day for a year. Available in POD and PDF editions. // Read more.