Announcing Community Writers

 

A month or so ago we put out a request asking for a couple volunteers to do some writing for the PS Nation website.  The response we’ve received has been humbling and we’d like to thank all of those who have expressed interest!

PS Nation will be setting up two different types of site writers; editorial/feature and daily news/reviews.  At this time we’d like to formally announce two editorial/feature writers whom we’ve chosen from the many interested parties.  Please join us in welcoming Paul Nash and Bill Braun to the PS Nation team.

Bill was born, raised and continues to reside in Southeastern Wisconsin.  He’s married with 3 children and insists on wasting his Bachelor Degree in English as an IT Business Analyst.  His previous writing experience can be found within the pages of the Hugo Award winning and World Fantasy Award nominated speculative fiction magazine, Electric Velocipede.  Bill has been a life-long video game enthusiast but did not begin his gaming addiction until obtaining the original PlayStation and a copy of Metal Gear Solid.  Since then his appreciation of the design and technological advances of the home gaming console has flourished and he is currently the proud owner of “The Big 3”.

Paul is originally from New York City but now lives in South Florida (A former New Yorker now living in Florida? That NEVER happens…). Paul has been playing video games for a long time. He started playing games during the days of the Sega Master System and NES, and hasn’t really stopped since.  He’s owned just about all of the major consoles since then, and quite honestly, doesn’t see the sense in stopping now. Some of his favorite games include Revenge of Shinobi, Final Fantasy Tactics, and The Mark of Kri.

In the coming weeks we will be choosing a few more writers specifically daily news/reviews writers.  We plan to get Bill and Paul up and running and hope to learn more from their involvement which will help smooth out any rough edges (so to speak).

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