Between May and August of 2011, I wrote a series of articles that looked back on the different stages of my life which led me to become a RPG freelancer. This an epilogue of sorts. You can read the previous articles here: Part 1: Lessons from Academia Part 2: Lessons from Day Jobs Part 3: […]
In which Chatty comes full circle and ends up being a freelance designer of the games that brought him up into the hobby in the first place.
This is a revised version of a post I published on our sister Tumblr site: Roll. As I realize it’s usefulness, I decided to move it here. A few days ago I bought Chuck Wendig’s “Confession of a Penmonkey” eBook. I’m loving it so far, funny and insightful stuff! Chuck’s a blogger, novelist and long time RPG […]
Ask not what you can do for GenCon, but ask instead what GenCon can do for you.
How does one get into the freelance RPG business? I cannot tell for sure, but I can make some observations.