Category Archives: Announcements

Announcing Loving Fiercely

Kate Bullock and I co-created some relationship ritual activities over the last few months, and decided to put them out for free this month. The collection is called Loving Fiercely: relationship-bonding ritual activities for emotional intimacy and healing. There are four activities in this free eight-page PDF: Holding Hard Healing Spaces: a ritual for working out

Re-opening editorial consultation later this year

In Spring of this year, I’m going to re-open an old service I stopped doing long ago: five-hour editorial review of game texts, with an hour-long video call discussing my findings and suggestions. Information architecture is my day job, and been my life in games for the last decade. I’m hella into unpacking effects of

The Search for Katanas & Trenchcoats Artists

Howdy, folks! Recently, I brought Anna Kreider on for Katanas & Trenchcoats art direction. She and I are looking to put together a team of diverse artists and we want you—yes you—to contact us with portfolios and some information about you. Read the rest of this post for details. Part of that paragraph was really

How I’ll Cope While Kickstarting

So, I have this thing I launched today: And it’s going to consume my life for the next 30 days. So I thought I’d share how I’m planning on coping with the overwhelmingness of everything while the campaign is going. (This post is not an April Fools’ Day joke.) Take Time off of the Internet Sarcastically:

Coming April 2016…

Folks have been asking me for the past year: “When will you do a physical Katanas & Trenchcoats book?” I LIVE TO SERVE, O PRINCES AND PRINCESSES OF THE UNIVERSE! But let’s not stop there. Let’s make a full size, fully remastered edition of Katanas & Trenchcoats! Don’t know about the original Katanas & Trenchcoats? Check out the blurb

The Search for Katanas & Trenchcoats Writers

I’m plotting the next Katanas & Trenchcoats projects, and want to find some new-to-me writers interested in “the Dream of the 90s” as I am. If you’d like to write