In Search of April Raintree

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As Meyers is helping us realize, do we really see so much output from male authors that’s “not for women”? The fifth of the group is Sunspark, a fire elemental who loses a game of skill with Herewiss and becomes his companion and lover. While McGee 's name is listed on his game and his name is well known, he still is not as famous as designers like Wright, whose name is listed with his games and has come to stand for his own simulations and open "sandbox"- style games more generally.

Pages: 352

Publisher: HighWater Press; Critical edition (January 1, 1999)

ISBN: 1894110439

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