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Author Topic: Looking for news about some industry friends from way back in the day ...  (Read 233 times)


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I've been out of the industry for years and have only played one 2.5-year campaign in the past 10 years, and it was more than a few years between that and the games I enjoyed before that, and have been wading back into the hobby generally, but only very gradually.
Wow! Things have changed A LOT!
Back in the early 80's, I did some gaming and hung out with a group of friends who were working in the adventure gaming industry, writers Sam Shirley, Gregory Maples, and Dan Greenberg, and their friend Anne Jaffe, who was editor of Game News Magazine and then Space Gamer/Fantasy Gamer later on (87? 88?). I also did some illustration work for Anne for Game News.
I would love to track these guys down and catch up with them, if possible.
If any of you can at least point me in a direction so I can reach out to them, I would be very grateful, indeed.