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From: Michael Curtis
To: Doug Rhea <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date: 2015/06/14 22:05
Subject: Re: North Texas RPG Con 2016

Hello Doug,

Firstly, thanks again for yet another wonderful time down in Texas. It was
a breath of fresh air in an otherwise slog of a convention schedule for
2015.

Secondly, I am honored to be asked to attend in 2016 as a Special Guest.
I'm doubly honored and pleased to say "Yes, I gratefully accept the offer."
I'd be there even if I wasn't going to be a Special Guest.

I'll see you in about 320+ days!

Thanks again,

Mike
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2 years 8 months ago #205 by Badmike
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Michael Curtis has been playing role-playing games since 1980 and a freelance writer and game designer since 2008. He has written or contributed to more than two dozen roleplaying games, supplements, and articles. Best known for Goodman Games’ The Dungeon Alphabet (for which he was awarded the 2011 Three Castles Award for Game Design) and Stonehell Dungeon, he has been one of the lead writers and designers for the DCC RPG. Penning Emirikol Was Framed!, The Sea Queen Escapes, The Croaking Fane, and the boxed set The Chained Coffin, he is one of the most prolific authors of the Appendix-N inspired game. His work can also be found in some of the newest releases of the classic SF RPG Metamorphosis Alpha and the Judges Guild reprints for Goodman Games (where Michael has added new material to such classics as Citadel of Fire and Dark Tower).

Mike B.

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