It’s been several months since Steve Kenson was kind enough to talk about gaming with The Magical Buffet. Since then so much has happened that Steve sent us a little note to share with everyone to let us know what he’s been up to and what’s coming next.

Hey Everybody,

It’s been a busy time since I last talked with the Magical Buffet! I’ve made the transition at Green Ronin Publishing from developer to full-time designer, which means rather than overseeing and guiding various projects, I’m primarily writing and designing, which I think are my personal strengths. I’m working with our new Mutants & Masterminds developer, Jon Leitheusser, on a project called “The Supervillain’s Handbook” for a summer release this year. It’s a big book of supervillainy, including hidden lairs, evil schemes, and villain archetypes.

In other exciting news, our “A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying” game is back from the printer and shipping to stores! I’m very pleased with how it came out and I’m working with our production department on the forthcoming releases for it, including a Narrator’s Screen (bundled with the adventure “Wedding Knight” written by me) and the big adventure saga “Peril at King’s Landing” as well as a comprehensive guidebook to Westeros. The cover to the Campaign Guide is a great painting of how the Kingslayer got that name.

Also, for any folks who are interested, I’ll be a guest at the Northeast Wars convention in Burlington, VT April 3-5, running M&M and talking about RPGs. It’s a fun convention, so come by if you’re in the area!

About Steve Kenson:
Steve Kenson began freelancing in the RPG industry in 1993. By 1995, he was working full-time as a freelance author and designer on RPGs such as Shadowrun and Earthdawn. He has written for a wide variety of game-lines and published ten novels: seven for the Shadowrun line, two for Crimson Skies, and one for MechWarrior. In 2002, Steve designed the Mutants & Masterminds Superhero RPG for Green Ronin Publishing under the Open Game License. Two years later, he became a line developer with Green Ronin, overseeing the development of the Second Edition of M&M, along with games such as Blue Rose, True20 Adventure Roleplaying, and A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying. He’s now a designer with Green Ronin Publishing.

Steve maintains a website at www.stevekenson.com and a LiveJournal at xomec.livejournal.com. He lives in southern New Hampshire with New Age and pagan author Christopher Penczak and psychic reader and counselor and part-time tooth fairy Adam Sartwell.






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