Literary publishing's uneasy relationship with fan fiction has been complicated by the realization that fandom is a huge potential market—one already stocked with both prolific authors and enthusiastic readers. But how to tap that market is a dilemma that few publishers seem quite prepared to engage.
With the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and George R.R. Martin dominating the big screen and the small, which fantasy series should get a live-action adaptation next? There is one massive series of fantasy novels that is ripe for a series of film adaptations: Dragonlance.
This article was originally posted on Gnome Stew, but definitely applies to our type of text-based roleplaying. See the original article here. The real world is a rough place. People move, take new jobs, go back to school, have family or health issues. (And sometimes they get mad at you, or you at them. But let’s not go negative here). When a player leaves your group for whatever reason, there are two effects. First, you may feel a loss because you are losing time with a friend or pleasant acqu
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