Eric Burns-White is a writer, editor, games developer and poet originally from Northern Maine. He has worked for Steve Jackson Games and Decipher among others, and has produced work for In Nomine, Star Trek: The Roleplaying Game and other such things. He was one of the primary authors of Sidewinder, a roleplaying game nominated for the Ennie for “Best d20 Game.” Sidewinder: Recoiled won the Golden Ennie for Best Electronic product in 2004.
Burns-White is best known as the creator and one of the principal writers for Websnark (http://new.websnark.com), a critical commentary blog. He produces fictional work – including the Mythology of the Modern World – at Banter Latte (http://banter-latte.annotations.com).
In his civilian identity, Burns-White is a systems administrator at a private, not-for-profit secondary school in New Hampshire, where he lives with his wife, cat, and an increasingly large population of plush, Transformers and Monster High dolls.
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The Sky of L.A. is Yellow/Grey
Amanda is an ordinary girl in an extraordinary world. Raised with the secrets of the backworlds and behind-the-scenes spaces of our reality, she has grown into a confident, normal person. But, when she falls in love with the son of a Locus -- a cornerstone of reality -- Amanda must prove she can be as remarkable as any heroine.
Art and industry are often seen as mutually exclusive, but it wasn't always that way. In this modern myth, we learn the story of a nemesid named Adrastia Young -- one of the spirits of vengeance and retribution, partnered to a spirit of Good Order and a muse.
When Adrastia sees her partners grow closer to each other, her jealousy doesn't just affect her relationships, but the entire world.
A modern retelling of the myth of Persephone, Proserpina is the story of an immortal goddess condemned to eternity under the heel of a domineering mother. What price would she -- and all of creation -- pay for freedom?
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