Book Signing at GDC 2009

If you’re headed to GDC next week, be sure to pick up the latest IGDA Writers SIG book, Writing for Video Game Genres: From FPS to RPG.  It’ll be on sale at the GDC bookstore as well as on AK Peters’ Web site,,, and in most major bookstores.

Plus, a special “Meet the Authors” book signing event will take place on Thursday, March 26, 2009 from 5:30p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center, 747 Howard St., San Francisco, CA 94103, at the IGDA booth in the lobby outside of the exhibit hall.  We’ll be there and so will other game writers like Haris Orkin, Richard Dansky, Evan Skolnick, and John Feil.

Let us know if you can make it and we’ll say hello!

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  1. I’ll post this here since I think it’s getting too off topic for The Brainy Gamer:

    Yes, it could be Black Man Toothpaste, but that doesn’t change my point that China and Asia in general has a very different understanding of racism than we do in the West. Historically China hasn’t been very nice to black people, either. Actually it’s great tasting toothpaste, I use it all the time.

    What country is White Man Toothpaste from? I’ve never seen that, but I’d love to try it out

  2. I assume you can find White Man Toothpaste in many countries, since I’ve seen Darlie in more than one country.

    As for Asians not understanding racism, they certainly understood racism when there were signs that said “No dogs or Chinamen.” – Sande

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