Graeme Davis started playing D&D in the late 70s and worked for Games Workshop from 1986-90, primarily on Warhammer Fantasy roleplay. He has worked in the games industry ever since and had the opportunity to combine gaming with his lifelong love of folklore as the author of Mythic Britain and Ireland for Vaesen. He has also published a few creatures for Vaesen via the Free League Workshop on DriveThruRPG.
I have been an associate and fan of Free League since the start in 2011. I love working at conventions and have been part of the Free League team at many of them. I grew up reading a lot of folklore and exploring books about Vaesen and have always been drawn to urban fantasy, folklore, modern fairytales and horror so when I was asked to write for Vaesen I was thrilled. I am inspired by the writing of Neil Gaiman, Ursula LeGuin, Naomi Novik and Katherine Arden. In my mysteries "The song of the falling star" and "A winters tale" I have been able also to tell two tales linked to places that have meaning to me and are part of my heritage. I love the interactive nature of writing RPG mysteries , the collaborative story telling that takes place and how the mysteries evolve in ways that are unpredictable when players engage with them and make them their own.
I am an advocate for solo roleplaying and feel that every game should be easy to play, even if you cannot get a group together or you live on a small island and you are never going to get a group together.
I have been publishing RPG books and zines since for 7 years now under the name of Parts Per Million.
Born again role player, and sometimes GM, from the Society's hometown of Uppsala, with an interest in using RPGs to explore character relationships and social constraints in diverse different settings and realities.
Author of Sáivu, a Vaesen mystery dealing with the mistreatment of the Sami people.
Ahimsa is a linguistic mercenary and peripatetic spec-fic writer who is fond of rambling hikes, RPG/ board games, and tofu tacos. Originally from the Pacific Northwest in the USA, he has since lived on five continents. He is the author of the novels Empire of the Undead, Cthulhu Kaiju, and Beneath the Mantle and the creator of games such as The Chaos Gods come to Meatlandia, Invasion of the Tuber Dudes, Black Blade of the Demon King, Arete, Aquatic Adventures, and more.