Category Archives: Gameable Literature

Books useful for gaming.

Kickstarter Update: Eight Hours!

Eight hours to go! 35-ish dollars to the art stretch goal! 235 dollars to the RPG supplement stretch goal! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/830842814/rogue-planet-adventures-on-the-star-prison . share: Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on fark share via Reddit Share with Stumblers … Continue reading

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Captain Future And The Space Emperor!

Captain Future! And The Space Emperor!  As you may recall, yesterday… yes, folks, I am actually writing “tomorrow” what I said I would… (EDIT: As you can tell, it didn’t get finished until a few days later) as opposed to … Continue reading

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Captain Future!

Captain Future! And The Futuremen! Part I: Who Is Captain Future? It is extremely easy, in this age of pastiches, homages, parodies, deconstructions, and reconstructions, to lose sight of the source of things. We are a world of second handers … Continue reading

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The Sky People

The Sky People As anyone who has followed my career (if you can call it that) knows, I have a special love for the genre often called “Sword and Planet” or “Planetary Romance”. The platonic ideal of this genre is … Continue reading

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The World Of Tiers

The World Of Tiers OK, this is going to be a look at an entire series, not just a single book, but it’s an eminently gameable series. It surprises me that no one has glommed onto the World of Tiers … Continue reading

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Android Karenina

{jcomments on}Gameable Literature: Android Karenina Having decided to end a rather long period where I haven’t done a great deal of reading (given I used to go through 2-3 books a week and I’ve been barely doing one book every … Continue reading

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