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Posts Tagged ‘Hogshead’

Marks of Chaos: the missing pages of the lexicon —

I’ve got two stories for you. Here’s the first one: about ten years ago I wrote two novels for the Black Library, Mark of Damnation and Mark of Heresy, set in the world of Warhammer. Mark of Damnation was conceived as a single-volume story, but once it was finished my editor convinced me that it […]

"But surely Baron…!" —

Evidently I’ve mentioned my 1998 game The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen enough times to build up sufficient Googlejuice to bring search-queries to this blog, so I should probably talk about what’s happening with the new edition of the game. First of all, a bit of history. My name, as you know, is James Wallis. […]

Second Person singular —

It’s official: I’ve had an RPG published by MIT Press. My author copy of Second Person: Role-Playing and Story in Games and Playable Media (ed. Pat Harrigan and Noah Wardrip-Fruin) arrived today, and it’s a goodie. Four hundred pages of essays and discussions on all aspects of interactive narrative, story-telling and character in games and […]