Designers & Dragons
Last August I backed a successful Kickstarter for a series of books called Designers & Dragons, a four volume set detailing the history of the tabletop gaming industry. So why am I bothering to mention a four month old completed Kicstarter?
Because I was able to furnish the author with scans of books he was after and when I got to the ’90s book I saw my name listed among the people who scanned their books for him to use. So if you have a copy of the book, find page 381 and you can see my name in Appendix II.
Besides blowing my own trumpet for a few moments, the books are very well written and take a different approach than say the academic route taken by Playing at the World, another excellent read but it can be heavy going in places.