E. Steen Comer

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Writing Items of Interest

Game Writing:

Privateer Press

08-15 -- Present

Development for Iron Kingdoms Unleashed supplemental materials. Contributed to:

Limberlost

08-16

Development for Mixed Reality game Limberlost. Created scenario, backstory, and wrote full text in a single week.

Fainish

03-15

Worldbuilding, history, and in-house backstory prose for Fainish, a forthcoming video game from developer Lee Dotson

Published Fiction:

Puzzle Box

10-14

Short story "Angels of Lost Days" published in the Puzzle Box Anthology by The Sockdollager:

Last TransMission

4-14

Collaborated with the artist Trista Musco on a short self-published comic. Distributed via various conventions and personal interactions.

Technical Writing:

Hammer

Contributed significantly to the documentation for the Hammer Natural Language Parsing Library

Ongoing:

Fractal Interpolation

A periodic newsletter wherein I talk about whatever's on my my mind. Prior topics have included Von Neumann probes, cultural tendencies toward magic in luddite activism, and the occult history of radio.

Novel (tentative title: The War Dead)

Currently approximately 70k words into a novel that takes place after a World War 3 in which holes in time are created and World War 2 leaks into the present. Also includes viral personalities and AI built on a mycological substrate. Subject to change on further revisions.

Associations:

Anomalous Engineering

Operating as part of the Anomalous Engineering collective, a group of writers and thinkers thinking about better ways of viewing the future given the rapidly changing conditions of the present. Most recent piece published, The Song of Dead Stars

Fellow, Odd Salon

Odd Salon is a society dedicated to the dissemination of esoteric historical knowledge. As a fellow, I have given talks on a wide variety of topics, including the history of Memory Palaces in relation to hermetic mysticism, sex robots and the uncanny valley, and the history of cryptography.

Fellow, Institute of Atemporal Studies