ENnie Time You're Feelin' Lonely
Night's Black Agents is up for Best Writing, Best Game, Product of the Year, and Best Rules (which I can claim half of by now), along with my fractions of Zalozhniy Quartet (Best Adventure, which I developed), See Page XX (Best Website, for which I write a column), and The Unspeakable Oath (Best Aid/Accessory, for which I've written one piece and festively adorned the masthead). Plus, a nomination for Best Interior Art for Night's Black Agents as well! So congrats to my fellow co-nominees robin_d_laws, mytholder, simonjrogers, Beth Lewis, Cat Tobin, Shane Ivey, Greg Stolze, everyone else on the masthead with me at Arc Dream Publishing, and Best Interior Artist Chris Hüth!
Congrats also to all the other nominees for products I unaccountably had little or nothing to do with. And yet they still turned out great!
But enough about other people, I hear you cry, how can we help you, Ken?
Well, you (and your friends, parents, significant others, office mates, and pets with their own IP addresses) can VOTE FOR ME! A ballot to just that effect is here:
And now, as is our tradition here at the hustings, something that has nothing whatsoever to do with me: the promotional concept demo reel or cut from the (hopefully) upcoming documentary The Doomsday Machine Revealed. The segment on the episode's score is worth the whole watch all by itself -- the apparent coincidence of themes between "The Doomsday Machine" and Jaws is -- well, it's interesting. Lots of great stuff just in that 28-odd minutes, if you're any kind of Trek fan.
And if you're not, well ... there's always Patsy Cline.