See Page XX: July 2012

See Page XX shall this month be known as ‘ENnie Award Nominated See Page XX’ so we have a great collection of articles for your reading and viewing pleasure. First up is another dose of gaming wisdom from the guru himself, Robin D Laws, and of course the monthly round up of all things Pelgrane, Simon Rogers’ View from the Pelgrane’s Nest. Then we have 13 Facts about 13th Age, a quick and interesting introduction to the new game from Rob Heinsoo and Jonathan Tweet. Night’s Black Agents is now at the printers so we can show you a few pages of the interior, designed and layed out by Chris Huth. Night’s Black Agents has been getting a lot of love this month, author Kenneth Hite ran a tournament at DEXCON for a $1000 prize, you can read his and the winner’s accounts of the event right here. We would be remiss if we did not mention the amazing and unexpected ENnie Award Nominations, annouced last week, so below is an article detailing Pelgrane’s nominations. As most of you know, Pelgrane Press is launching a fiction imprint, Stone Skin Press which is currently being kickstarted. You can listen to Kenneth Hite and Robin Laws chat about in a preview segment of their forthcoming podcast Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff. To add to the Stone Skin Press goodies, we are pleased to publish one of the short stories appearing in the anthology, The Lion and the Aardvark: Aesop’s Modern Fables, published this Christmas. Plus playtest opportunities, new releases and the Page XX Poll.

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Fiction based on which GUMSHOE setting would you most like to read?

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8 Responses to “See Page XX: July 2012”

  1. [...] latest issue of the, now ENnie Award Nominated webzine, See Page XX is now out. Pelgrane Press have got articles from Robin Laws (GUMSHOE System, Hamlet’s Hit [...]

  2. Steve says:

    I voted NBA b/c there’s so little vampire lit in the world.

  3. Mike B says:

    Seems I was wrong about the interest in MCB fiction, but obviously the idea of fiction for your some of your games is very popular.

  4. Gary More says:

    I think this calls for a short story contest…….

  5. Phill says:

    I noticed that there was no news on the progress of Eternal Lies; is it making its way towards pre-order and eventual release?

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