Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Nifty

Well, what do you know? Tom Wham has a website. Makes me wonder how many other old school writers and artists have a presence on the web I don't know about.

4 comments:

  1. Aaron Allston @
    http://www.aaronallston.com/

    Terry Amthor @ http://homepage.mac.com/terbob/index.html

    Dave Arneson @
    http://www.zeitgeistgames.com/
    http://www.jovianclouds.com/blackmoor/bmc.html

    Mike Carr @ http://www.dawnpatrol.org/introduction.html

    Greg Costikyan @
    http://www.costik.com/

    Jeff Dee @ http://www.io.com/unigames/index.html

    Tadashi Ehara @ http://www.diffworlds.com/

    Daniel Greenberg @ http://www.danielgreenberg.com/

    Paul Jaquays @
    http://www.jaquays.com/paul/index.html

    Rob Kuntz @ http://www.piedpiperpublishing.com/

    Steven R. Marsh @
    http://www.adrr.com/smarsh/

    Frank Mentzer @
    http://groups.aol.com/_cqr/gotgames2004?mmch_=0

    Dave Nalle @
    http://ragnarokpress.com/ysgarth/

    Steve Perrin @ http://www.perrinworlds.com/

    Lewis Pulsipher @ http://www.pulsiphergames.com/gameindex.htm

    Ken St. Andre @
    http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Cavern/9921/
    http://www.geocities.com/ken_st_andre/

    Mike Stackpole @
    http://www.stormwolf.com/

    Allen Varney @ http://www.allenvarney.com/

    I'm sure there are others out there, but it's a start :D

    Allan.

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  2. Wow, that's an awesome list!

    I'll grab the websites I could from the bios at the end of each essay in Hobby Games: The 100 Best (I know Tom Wham's is listed in his bio), and put any you missed up here when I can.

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  3. Not exactly "old school", but I was pretty excited to find Jeff Grubb's page. No design notes on MSH, though. :(

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  4. Erol Otus http://www.erolotus.com/

    But there's nothing there except a front page and nifty favicon. :(

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