Jason Pitre

After The War: Meet Belter Me

How great is this?! As part of After The War, Jason commissioned the amazing Claudia Cangini for art, including in-game portraits of the lead creators! So, this is Belter me, all set to go out onto the surface of Polvo and get some stuff DONE. Massive thanks to Claudia for bringing this world to life …

After The War: Meet Belter Me

After The War: Hope and Horror

Horror is a good portion of my day job. As the host of PseudoPod, one of the first original genre fiction podcasts, every week my job is simple; get on stage, introduce a nightmare and then once its done talk about why and how it works. Its a little like Tony Stark’s amazing holographic work …

After The War: Hope and Horror

After The War: Starfleet’s Worst Day

After the War, the tabletop RPG I’ve been developing for the last couple of years with the amazing Jason Pitre, is crowdfunding as we speak/read/type! As part of the project, I’ll be posting regular essays about the background and design over the next month.  Starfleet’s Worst Day Let’s plot some cultural compass points and let’s …

After The War: Starfleet’s Worst Day

After The War Playtest Invite

This blogpost was so nearly called I MADE A GAME WITH AN AWESOME CO-CREATOR! It may yet be part of a series called that. Because I did. Want to play it? After The War is a game of memetic science fiction horror. It’s Bravestarr in a minor key, Starfleet’s day after their worst day ever. …

After The War Playtest Invite

COVER REVEAL: After The War

THAT’S MY COVER! TO AN IDEA THAT STARTED IN MY HEAD! THIS IS AMAZING! This is the cover to After The War, the tabletop RPG I’ve been developing with Jason Pitre for the last couple of years. Jason, who runs Genesis of Legend, is a phenomenal designer who has an incredible, instinctive grasp of the exact spot where rules …

COVER REVEAL: After The War

2016: Aims

On New Year’s Eve, Kameron Hurley put up Team Hurley’s goals for 2016. It’s a great idea, especially the hope that writing goals like this down somewhere means you’re far more likely to meet them. So, with that in mind, and grateful thanks to Kameron for the format I’m blatantly stealing, here are my goals …

2016: Aims

Every Day Carry January 2015

I’m a stuff junkie. I love kit, the stuff you use to get the job done, whatever the job is. As a result I look at posts like this the same way I tend to look at a new cookbook; enthusiastically and making notes as I go on one of the numerous notebooks in the …

Every Day Carry January 2015

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