Will Hindmarch–Guest-blogging on Ecstatic Days Oct. 20-24

Jeff VanderMeer • October 19th, 2008 @ 8:54 pm • Uncategorized

I am very pleased to welcome Will Hindmarch as this week’s guest blogger. Will is a Chicago-born freelance writer and designer with experience on more than fifty books as an author, developer, or graphic designer.

In 2007, Will co-founded the gameplay-and-story outfit, Gameplaywright.net, with Jeff Tidball. He is also a proud contributor (in excellent company) to the book, Second Person: Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media, edited by Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin, available from MIT Press. Wills writing has appeared in The Escapist, Atlanta magazine, Everywhere magazine and McSweeneys Internet Tendency. In 2007, he was a judge for the MacArthur Foundations Digital Media and Learning Competition. He has also written small-house plays, small-press comics, and award-winning poetry.

In 2004, he and his wife moved to Atlanta, sight-unseen, like carpetbaggers, so he could become a professional lunatic for White Wolf Game Studio, serving as the developer of the flagship World of Darkness Storytelling Game, Vampire: The Requiem. Prior to that he designed numerous game titles for publishers like Fantasy Flight Games and Atlas Games.

Will is going to be the instructor in residence for the game development track of Shared Worlds teen SF/F camp, as well.

5 Responses to “Will Hindmarch–Guest-blogging on Ecstatic Days Oct. 20-24”

  1. *do_nn-ie!* says:

    Hey there Jeff! I was wondering if I can still get my hands on a copy of your newly published Shriek novel with the soundtrack by The Church. If so, what is the site I get on to order it? Thanks a bunch. GOBAMA!!!

  2. jeff vandermeer says:

    the book will be out next month. I will post details but you can preorder at wyrmpublishing.com !

  3. Bill Ectric says:

    So, Will, what’s the deal with zeppelins?

  4. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    Will’s got some wicked deadlines, but will be posting shortly.


  5. Will Hindmarch says:

    Zeppelins, man. I’m think I may not do the whole spiel again until I can write it down rightly and shop it around, but the short version is: Zeppelins = awesome. Zeppelins, man.

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