The Meeple Mountain roster of authors includes three published authors and experience in video, music, data science, and software engineering. This incredibly diverse skill set means that we can produce interesting and compelling content across a wide spectrum of the tabletop gaming industry.
Meeple Mountain prides itself on unique content not found anywhere else in board game media. Interviews with well known designers like Alexander Pfister and Phil Walker-Harding, editorial content which ponders if legacy games are the future board gaming, narrative articles like our story review of Daxu or Holmes: Sherlock & Mycroft, scientific articles using Kickstarter data to make predictive analysis about future campaigns, and even tongue in cheek pieces which ask “If Board Games Were Rock Bands“.
Andy Matthews – Editor in Chief, Founder
Founder of Meeple Mountain, editor of MeepleMountain.com, software engineer, and published author. Father of 4, husband to 1, lover of games, books, and movies, and all around nice guy. I run Nashville Game Night, and Nashville Tabletop Day. You can reach me on twitter @commadelimited, or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
I have loved board games since childhood. Re-discovered modern gaming in 2013 and never looked back. I enjoy stupid, silly fun as much as I do strategy, and aspire to never lose the childlike joy that board gaming provides. You can reach me on twitter, @boardgamebard or by email email@example.com.
Recruiter by day, board game enthusiast by night. Despite controversy, I’m a firm believer that collecting can be just as fun as playing games. My favorite aspect of the board gaming hobby is its ability to bring people together in a meaningful way. You can reach me on twitter @elilong or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
IT support specialist by day, Minecrafter by night; I always find time for board gaming. When it comes to games, I prefer the heavier euro-game fare. Uwe Rosenburg is my personal hero with Stefan Feld coming in as a close second. You can reach me on twitter, @FeldFreak or by email email@example.com
I like big games and I cannot lie, you other gamers can’t deny. That when a euro walks in with a shiny new case and a rule book in my face, I get pumped. Hi I’m Andrew and I like heavy euro games with a side of player interaction when necessary. I think board games are the best way to force me to think in different ways while having fun and hanging out with my friends. You can reach me on twitter, @aplassard or by email firstname.lastname@example.org