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Zombie Sky Press. 261 posts (566 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 3 aliases.

Full Name

Scott Gable


talking monkey


wackadoodle 10






That depends. What alignment are you?


Seattle, WA




Freelance Editor/Writer; Publisher

About Scott Gable

Editor, writer, game designer.

For many years, Scott Gable was the editor for Open Design’s award-winning Kobold Quarterly magazine, blog, and patron projects, including Courts of the Shadow Fey and Tales of the Old Margreve. His writing and game design has appeared in Kobold Quarterly, Dungeon, and Dragon magazines, and in various gaming supplements.

He now publishes games, such as The Faerie Ring and It Came from the Stars, through Zombie Sky Press. He also publishes fiction, such as Clinton Boomer's The Hole Behind Midnight, through Broken Eye Books.

He calls the beautiful underwater city of Seattle his home.

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Zombie Sky Press
Broken Eye Books

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