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Sunday Poems Paperback – November 7, 2015
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About the Author
Raph Koster was born in 1971, has lived in four countries and over a half-dozen different states, and is married with two kids. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington College in English/creative writing and in Spanish, and a Master of Fine Arts degree in poetry from the University of Alabama. While in college, he also spent time studying most everything in the humanities, including music theory and composition and studio art. He is a past member of the famed Turkey City science fiction writing workshop. His music has been featured on television, and he has released one album, After the Flood. Raph is a veteran game designer who has been professionally credited in almost every area of the game industry. He’s been the lead designer and director of massive titles such as Ultima Online and Star Wars Galaxies; a venture-backed entrepreneur heading his own studio; and he’s contributed design work, writing, art, soundtrack music, and programming to many more titles ranging from Facebook games to single-player games for handheld consoles. His book A Theory of Fun for Game Design is one of the undisputed classics in the games field. In 2012, he was named an Online Game Legend at the Game Developers Conference Online. This award recognizes the career and achievements of one particular creator who has made an indelible impact on the craft of online game development. Visit his website at http://www.raphkoster.com or follow him on Twitter at @raphkoster.
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