Bio: Emily Care Boss

A contributor to the role playing journal Push, Emily has designed role playing games and discussed role playing game theory since 1999. She organizes the JiffyCon series of indie roleplaying game mini-conventions in Massachusetts, USA, and will be a guest of honor in August 2007 at the Finnish role playing convention, Ropecon. You can find further discussion from Emily at Fair Game , an rpg theory and discussion blog she co-writes with Meguey Baker of Night Sky Games.

Emily is the author of two independently published role playing games: Breaking the Ice, and Shooting the Moon. Her new game of alien first contact, Sign in Stranger, is due out in 2007. A resident of Plainfield, Massachusetts, she has a masters degree in Forestry and is a forestry consultant in the woodlands of western Mass.

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