Jun 152011

In the past week I’ve had two different third-party publishers asking me if I know any freelancers who are available  and are wise to the ways of Fate.

But the people who I could list confidently are either already working on stuff for Evil Hat — or they’re already working on their own projects. So “available” not so much.

In light of that, I want to put this call out for people who are available and are confident enough in their knowledge of Fate that they’d be willing to take on some freelancing work!

In the comments below, please introduce yourself, tell us how to contact you, what kind of experience you bring to the table, and where we can find samples of your work. Please include all three, as that’s crucial for any interested publisher I point in this direction. (I may block comments which don’t fit the bill.)

I’d like this post to become a central resource for folks looking to do the work and for folks looking for those folks. 🙂 Help me out!

 Posted by at 5:10 pm

  54 Responses to “Are You a Fate Freelancer? (sticky post)”

  1. I am a copy editor with over 8 years experience in various genres of work. I not only edit but help fill plot holes and offer suggestions on improvement. I have worked worked with every skill level and know how to add a professional polish to any work. My RPG experience is vast and detailed – including D&D 3.0/4.0/Next and Edge of the Empire.

    Feel free to reach out to me at ashton.k.n@gmail.com. I can provide a resume, portfolio, and any other information needed.

  2. I’m a tabletop veteran with experience on both sides of the table and all throughout the industry. I’ve been playing games since 1999 and working on them since 2007. I do copy editing, creative writing, and everything in between. I can work anywhere that needs a point of contact between the Black Speech and the Chicago Manual of Style.

    I’m a reviewer and proofreader for most of the day. I was second editor on “Dinosaur Comics” cartoonist Ryan North’s “To Be Or Not To Be: That Is The Adventure” and I currently work as an editor of promotional novellas and material at inXile Entertainment, the makers of “The Bard’s Tale” and “Torment: Tides of Numenara.” I work directly with Colin McComb of Pathfinder fame. I’m also a reviewer at TheRainbowHub.com (Saga, Sex Criminals) and Nerdly.co.uk (Game of Thrones, Mad Men, Hannibal, Steven Universe).

    Interested parties can reach me at gretchen.felker.martin@gmail.com

  3. Hi,

    My name is Craig, and I’m a game designer and FATE GM. My most recent gaming job has been Chief Game Developer at 1A Games (www.1agames.com), where I revised and edited the Tide of Iron Next Wave Core Set. My strengths are historical and military settings, along with a strong feel for fantasy and science fiction. I am definitely a fan of the shared storytelling aspects of FATE. I will be happy to provide writing samples.

  4. Hey there! I’m thrilled to see this call for freelancers who are knowledgeable in Fate. As an avid Fate enthusiast and freelance writer, I’d love to throw my hat into the ring!

    My name is MD Riyad, and I have extensive experience working with Fate. I’ve been playing and running Fate games for several years now, and I’m well-versed in its mechanics, narrative structure, and world-building potential. I have a strong understanding of the system’s core concepts, including aspects, fate points, and creating compelling character-driven stories.

    In terms of freelancing experience, I’ve contributed to various tabletop RPG projects, both as a writer and editor. I’ve worked on supplements, adventures, and rule expansions, and I always strive to deliver high-quality content that aligns with the vision of the project.

    If you’re interested in collaborating, you can reach me at baharuddin2052@gmail.com or through [Preferred Contact Method]. I’d be more than happy to provide writing samples or discuss any specific projects you have in mind.

    Looking forward to potentially working together and contributing to the Fate community! Thanks for providing this platform to connect freelancers and publishers.

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