The original founder of The Eldritch Press discovered D&D in 1978. He created and played in campaigns through every edition of the game with scores of different players. In 1996 he was the publisher and editor-in-chief of a computer magazine called the Amiga Informer. He was the contributing editor of Amazing Computing magazine from 1999-2000 and then became the editor of a digital magazine for Amiga Inc. called AmigaWorld. He currently locks himself in his dungeon studio, playing D&D, and pouring over reams of past campaign notes to create new game content.
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(1). We can provide assistance self-publishing your own completed products by employing a select combination of our editing, design mechanics, balancing, platform publishing, illustration, art direction and/or marketing resources. Please select the COLLABORATORS link below and fill out the short form with your inquiry.
(2). As an entity, The Eldritch Press recognizes that there is a growing audience of players who have difficulty finding a reliable GM to lead a gaming group. The Eldritch Press works with many people to playtest our products and one of these collaborators operates a service that caters to players seeking a professional, committed GM to run regular, consistent games. If you would like to learn more about this project, select the DUNGEON GENERAL link below; or select Discord.
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