Anita Murray is the Contribution to Irish Gaming winner 2013 and the Irish National Game Writer Award winner for 2012. As well as organising design Playstorms for London Indiemeet, she’s also the founder and editor-in-chief of The Gazebo (an Irish and UK-based online RPG ‘zine).
Becky Annison is the designer behind When the Dark is Gone, a game published in the Seven Wonders Anthology by Pelgrane Press. She has also recently completed a successful Kickstarter campaign for Lovecraftesque with her co-designer and partner Josh Fox. Becky is interested in how we can better understand and experience emotions in role-playing from the joyful to the cathartic and she is passionate about inclusivity and diversity in gaming.
Joanna Piancastelli is a London-based indie game designer. Her superhero freeform larp Unheroes won the 2014 Golden Cobra Challenge, and hew new tabletop game Before the Storm has just been published in the Seven Wonders anthology from Pelgrane Press. Her upcoming game Headcanon will feature in the London Indie RPG Meetup Group anthology next year.
Robert Carnel discovered roleplaying through the world of the Warlock of Firetop Mountain and has been going left at t-junctions ever since. He began reviewing rpgs in 1993 with the zine Carnel and he’s currently the editor of the webzine Thee Rapture in which he reviews many new, experimental games and writes about the techniques and theories of roleplaying. He’s also one of the most prolific GMs in the London indie scene.