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location Medford, MA
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I've been involved in one aspect or another of the adventure games hobby for the past twenty-five years. Started playing in 1987. (First game? Champions, followed by CyberSpace, the Iron Crown cyberpunk game for Space Master, their sci-fi Rolemaster spin-off.) Was hired by InQuest Magazine in 1996, where I started my editorial career. Since then, I've done work for Green Ronin, Malhavoc Press, Dream Pod 9, and White Wolf. I managed two different game stores in the metro Boston area in the 2000s, and am now working primarily freelance. Still gaming after all these years.

I have a weakness for good coffee and bad puns.


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awarded  Critic
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answered American use of “personal”, “regular”
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Caucus
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answered What's the English name for this three-wheeled manual pedal vehicle in China?
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awarded  Yearling
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answered How should I understand “beckon” in this sentence?
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answered What does “animal” mean in the following context?
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answered Short antonym for 'professional'
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answered Why “an FT op-ed”
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28
comment Justification of “more perfect”
Your title doesn't match the question. You already have a justification for "more perfect" that satisfies you; what you want is a justification for "more excellent."
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comment Justification of “more perfect”
@GEdgar To be fair, that's a quote from the preamble of the United States Constitution: "We, the People, in order to form a more perfect union…"
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comment Is there a single word to express the idea of “remove from existence”
@AlexBrault "Poof" is an insulting word for a gay man in UK slang.
Nov
28
answered Is this right “People must vote for someone to be executed”?
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answered Meaning of “thespian pin”
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awarded  Peer Pressure
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answered Do I draw a line or rule on a paper?
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Meaning and usage of “It's in that vein”