Camdon Wright (He/Him) is a TTRPG designer, father of two children, and the biracial child of an Ethiopian immigrant. He co-owns Unicorn Motorcycle Games, is the Diversity Coordinator for the IGDN, leads the yearly IGDN Metatopia Sponsorship, and former staff writer for the ENnie award winning gaming blog Gnome Stew. His games include the Cthulhu meets the Bachelor themed game Madness and Desire, the 200-word RPG Secret Person of Color, and One Child’s Heart.
Catherine Ramen is a writer and game designer who lives in New York City. She is the author of Red Carnations on a Black Grave, a story game about the Paris Commune of 1871, which was successfully Kickstarted in 2019. She is also the author of Midnight at the Oasis, a game of a queer subculture in the 1990s and the space opera romp Rovers.
Chris Tang is busy. By day he is the Publisher Services Representative for Indie Games at DriveThruRPG. He does freelance writing for RPGs, slush reads for Cast of Wonders, runs a LARP, and is developing a role-playing game based on mythic Thailand. Somewhere in there he's a husband, father, and the world's worst musician. If you have questions about marketing your game come up and ask him.