Ropecon 2014: Luke Crane: How to write one to two books a year and not die




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Published on Sep 27, 2014

Event: Ropecon 2014
Place: Dipoli Auditorio, City of Espoo, Finland
Date: July 26, 2014
Title: How to write one to two books a year and not die
Speaker: Luke Crane
Video production: Rami
Camera: Taino, Veini, Hanna-Kaisa, Kukkis, Sampo, Joonas & Toivo



Luke Crane is a game designer and publisher from New York, United States. He currently works with Kickstarter crowdfunded game projects. Luke has designed and published games since 2002. His works include three editions of 'Burning Wheel' role playing game, and seven extensions for it. Besides 'Burning Wheel', he has also designed three other games: 'Burning Empires', FreeMarker (with Jared Sorensen), and Torchbearer (with Thor Olavsrud). He has also designed (but not published) 'Mouse Guard' role playing game. In this presentation Luke tells us how he manages to be a productive writer without sactificing his sanity too much.

This presentation was recorded at Ropecon 2014. Ropecon is the largest non-commercial roleplaying convention in Europe. The convention was held for the 21st time during summer 2014 in the Dipoli conference center in Espoo, Finland. Ropecon gathers over 3.500 participants annually for one weekend to play roleplaying, collectible card, miniature, board, and live action role-playing games, to listen to presentations, and to participate in workshops.


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