Chris is just another normal father, husband, gamer, and geek. He’s been gaming for awhile now, and feels it’s time to start giving back. Both Stuffer Shack and the SOTY Award are his way of doing just that. Profile Page / Article Portfolio
Brian Liberge is a father of one, living in Boston, MA. Introduced to AD&D at an early age, he’s continued to update with the editions, and new games. He loves home-brewed ideas, is honest to a fault, and thinks that ideas and mechanics should absolutely be shared between systems. With a B.S. Degree in Theatre Arts, a job in Information Technology, and a love of strategy gaming, he tries to bring the best of each into his new creations for Stuffer Shack. Profile Page / Article Portfolio
Spiralbound (known as Adam Bragg to his immediate family and Google+) is an avid gamer and consummate creator of worlds. When he isn’t noodling around in fictitious realities, he can be found spending time with his wife (current gamer) and infant son (future gamer).” Profile Page / Article Portfolio
Anthony Laffan is an aspiring professional game designer and author, currently working in IT and sales. He has been gaming since the early 90s, starting with a home brewed system based off of the collectible Marvel trading cards, and then running through a wide variety of systems covering everything from D&D to silhouette core. He enjoys a wide variety of games, gaming, and play styles as well as anything that promotes the theory side of design, GMing, or playing the game.
Living in Elliot Lake, Canada has taught me many valuable lessons. The first is making sure my garbage cans have tight lids, because BEARS do love to come into my yard (especially on garbage day). Secondly, teaching happens to be the best profession in the world, and lastly, I can still be part of the gaming community without being physically present. RPGer for over 26 years, teacher for 7, blogger for 2, and married to a wonderful woman, I couldn’t ask for anything else in life – except for… Profile Page / Article Portfolio
Jonathan is a design student at the University of California-Davis. He’s been a Starfleet Captain, a magician, an Admiral, a Jedi Master, a robot, and an inventor, all in the years 10-1 B.D. (Before Dice). Since then, he has experimented with several different RPG’s seeking one flexible enough to accommodate his multitude of ideas, finally settling on D&D 4th Edition and Mutants and Masterminds as his favorites. He can also be found at Powergaming for Dummies, where he often wrestles with explaining his love for a seemingly silly genre of gaming to the people he loves most.
Hannah “Swordgleam” Lipsky is a fantasy novel protagonist who spends her time sword fighting, dancing, crafting and doing martial arts. When she wants to take a break from all of that she picks up some dice and plays characters who do most of the same things. She’s been helping other people create worlds via Chaotic Shiny for more than half a decade now and hopes to continue doing so well into the future.
I’m a veteran geek, who has played table top, video/arcade and pc games since the late 70s. I’ve also been an editor of two hard copy gaming magazines in the 90s and a part time writer. I love to see well thought out content of any sort.