The nominations for this year’s Origins Awards are out. Once again the system’s been changed: this year, instead of nominees, there are ‘semi-finalists’, ten to a category.
Gratifyingly, in the non-fiction publication group I have pieces in three of the semi-finalists: 40 Years of Gen Con (Atlas Games); Hobby Games: the 100 Best (Green Ronin); and Second Person: Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media (the MIT Press).
I know this is a very self-aggrandising post, but now Humphrey Lyttelton’s dead there’s a shortage of good trumpet-blowers around.
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