REAL CREATIVES:
Lynnea Glasser

Tuesday, April 18 from 1-2:30 EST

Lynnea Glasser

Writer and game designer Lynnea Glasser started out working for others and moved to designing her own text based games. She also has a story in our forthcoming anthology Haunted Futures where her work has been lauded as one of readers’ favorites.

Come and ask her questions on Tuesday, or just read her takeover of our Twitter feed at @GhostwoodsBooksNote: To get the most out of the session, read it from GhostwoodsBooks Twitter page and use the “with replies” link.

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