We are delighted to have a number of guests appearing on panels at Tabletop Scotland 2022.
John Burke is a freelance writer and game developer from Paisley in Scotland.
His credits include multiple Onyx Path Publishing and White Wolf products, from the They Came from Beneath the Sea, Chronicles of Darkness and Vampire: the Masquerade 5th Edition game lines.
He likes include long walks on the beach, the works of Shakespeare and claiming he’s the only Scottish RPG writer to Americans.
The lying sod.
John is running They Came from Beneath The Sea! in Slot 3 – 19:00 – 22:30 (Sat) and They Came from Beyond The Grave! in Slot 4 – 10:00 – 13:30 (Sun) as well as attending the Walk The Onyx Path panel on Saturday at 1pm.
Matthew Dawkins writes RPGs which span genres from fantasy to historical, and horror to contemporary mystery.
As well as being a frequent contributor to game lines such as Vampire: The Masquerade, Matthew conceptualised and recently developed They Came from Beneath the Sea!, a sci-fi game set before the backdrop of 1950s B-movies from Onyx Path Publishing.
Matthew is running They Came from Camp Murder Lake! in Slot 3 – 19:00 – 22:30 (Sat) and They Came from [CLASSIFIED]! in Slot 4 – 10:00 – 13:30 (Sun) as well as attending the Walk The Onyx Path panel on Saturday at 1pm.
Kim Godwin is a writer on They Came from [CLASSIFIED]!, Trinity Continuum: Aberrant, and They Came from the Danger Zone! from Onyx Path as well as many more things!
Kim is a member of the United States Armed Forces and is the creator / writer of the horror comic series Salient Caligation, and the co-writer for the science-fantasy series: The Lavenders, Song of Asteria and Cosmic Feline.
Michele Masala is the co-developer of They Came from the Cyclops’s Cave! from Onyx Path.
Michele is running They Came from Beyond the Grave! in Slot 3 – 19:00 – 22:30 (Sat) and They Came from the Cyclops’s Cave! in Slot 4 – 10:00 – 13:30 (Sun) as well as attending the Walk The Onyx Path panel on Saturday at 1pm.
Lloyd Gyan has proclaimed himself as the world’s most mediocre GM.
His knowledge of the tabletop industry comes from years of both working and playing within the industry on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
And he has a lot of OPINIONS.
Elaine Lithgow is a Producer at Cubicle 7 working on the Warhammer Tabletop Roleplaying licences such as Age of Sigmar: Soulbound and Warhammer 40,000: Wrath & Glory.
When she’s not writing about grimdark fantasy, she makes heartfelt indy boardgames with Team DigiSprite, such as Adventure Mart and Familiar Alchemy.
Rob Matthews is a writer, illustrator, and game designer.
Their work is about breaking down walls, and building bridges through the use of imagined and real explorations of the commonality of human experience.
They are deeply interested in the stories we tell and the journeys we go on.
Brian Tyrrell runs Stout Stoat Press, a queer and disabled publishing imprint based in Edinburgh.
They are a writer, designer and illustrator, and in their spare time organise events like the Edinburgh Zine Festival.
You can find Brian’s work here:
DC Bradshaw is an ex-teacher who has been writing tabletop RPG content for the last four years, including both Dungeons & Dragons material and indie titles.
In 2022, he released “Little but Fierce“, a kid-friendly version of D&D 5E for children, with streamlined rules and more accessible language and themes.
DC will be on the Self-Publishing RPGs panel on Saturday at 5pm.
Ashton Duncan is a Scottish-based American game writer, copyeditor and is a Product Manager at Roll20.
Ashton writes and edits D&D 5e and independent TTRPG adventures, rulebooks, and supplements.
She’s a product manager at Roll20 and has worked in TTRPGs for over five years.
The material components in her summoning spell are an oat milk latte and a high fantasy novel. Follow her on Twitter @ashtonnduncan for video game deep lore and pictures of her dog.
Ashton will be on the Self-Publishing RPGs panel on Saturday at 5pm.
Tanya Floaker (they/them) is a queer anarchist communist based out of Edinburgh.
They have over a decade of experience in production and distribution of print material for political organisations, and have recently turned their attention to RPG self-publication.
You can find Tanya’s publications on https://timeoftribes.com
Tanya will be on the Self-Publishing RPGs panel on Saturday at 5pm.
Stoo Goff is a programmer, game designer, and musician living in Glasgow.
He is the designer and publisher of Aegean and The Gaslight Club, plus the publisher behind WILD and Action Potential.
When not buried beneath a mountain of programming code or dreaming up new worlds and the rules which guide them, he is also the audio engineer behind the Tales from the Aletheian Society podcast.