In the last week, you may have noticed Wes introducing two new developers here on this blog. Sadly, this has led the editorial team to the only logical conclusion: the developers must be bolstering their forces in preparation for an assault across the cube wall, in which they'll attempt to annex editor space. I can assure you, however, that the editors aren't about to go down without a fight, which is why we've hired a brand new word-warrior: editor Jason Keeley!
While I go secure the perimeter defenses, here's Jason to introduce himself:
Hello! I'm Jason Keeley, the newest editor here at Paizo. I'm thrilled to be working with this group of talented people.
I was introduced to RPGs shortly after college. Before that, I had only played video games like Might & Magic and Baldur's Gate, so I was familiar with the concept, but I didn't realize how quickly tabletop gaming would become such a huge part of my life. Soon after, I discovered Paizo through Dungeon magazine, and started running the Savage Tide Adventure Path. Many, many APs later (I even ran two at once!), I felt ready to begin contributing to the game I enjoyed so much. I contributed a short story and a monster to issues of Wayfinder, wrote a grimoire of spells for Fat Goblin Games' Vathak setting, and, most recently, made it to the top 16 of RPG Superstar 2015. I would have liked to continue in the contest, but, as you can see, the Golem came calling for me!
Outside of Pathfinder-related material, I edit stories for the swords-and-sorcery e-zine Worlds Without Master, as well as function as the editor-in-chief of my own (small) imprint, Pantheon Press. Our flagship product, Fortune's Fool, a Tarot-based RPG, won a Judge's Choice ENnie in 2011!
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, all kinds of gaming, and looking at funny pictures on the internet. Especially funny pictures of dogs.
Please help us welcome Jason to Paizo! With any luck, he'll survive the initial skirmishes. (If the photo is any indication, he's clearly no stranger to international espionage...)
James L. Sutter