Interview with Jess Hartley

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Christina K. (Jess) Hartley is an American game designer, novelist, writer, and editor.

Hartley has been an author of, and contributing writer to, nearly forty role-playing games from White Wolf Publishing/CCP North America, and Margaret Weis Productions, like Predators (Werewolf: The Forsaken) (2005), Skinchangers (World of Darkness) (2006), Compass of the Celestial Directions 1 – The Blessed Isle (Exalted) (2006), Pandora’s Book (Promethean: The Created) (2006), Strange Alchemies (Promethean: The Created) (2006), Magnum Opus (Promethean: The Created) (2007), Saturnine Nights (Promethean: The Created) (2007), Scion: Demigod (Scion) (2007), Changeling: The Lost (2007), The Free Council (Mage: The Awakening) (2007), The Mysterium (Mage: The Awakening) (2007), Reliquary (World of Darkness) (2007), Autumn Nightmares (”Changeling: The Lost) (2007), Witch Finders (Hunter: The Vigil) (2008), Hunter: The Vigil (2008), The Silver Ladder (Mage: The Awakening) (2008), Lords of Summer (Changeling: The Lost) (2008), Midnight Roads (World of Darkness) (2008), Rites of Spring (Changeling: The Lost)(2008), Scion: God (Scion)(2008), Innocents (World of Darkness)(2008), The Rose-Bride’s Plight (Changeling: The Lost) (2008), The Selfish Succubus (Instant Antagonists) (2009), Dancers in the Dusk (Changeling: The Lost) (2009), Swords at Dawn (Changeling: The Lost) (2009), Slashers (Hunter: The Vigil) (2009), Collection of Horrors: No Escape (Hunter: The Vigil)(2009), Geist: The Sin-Eaters (2009), Nosferatu – The Beast That Hunts The Blood (Vampire: The Requiem) (2009), Personae – Ready Made Characters (Changeling: The Lost) (2009), City in the Sand (Mind’s Eye Theater – Vampire: The Requiem) (2010), Goblin Markets (Changeling: The Lost) (2010), Supernatural Adventures (2010), The Fear-Maker’s Promise Compendium (2011).

As well as the editor for several projects from Steampower Publishing and Rogue Games like Reliquary (World of Darkness for White Wolf Publishing – Developer) (2008), The Future Soldier’s Battlefield Handbook for Steampower Publishing – Editor (2007) and The Lemurian Candidate for Steampower Publishing – Editor (2006).

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