Hannah has been a gamer far longer than she has known how to read, which makes it somewhat frustrating, given that she no longer remembers the names of some of the games she grew up playing. She turns up her nose at the console race, preferring instead the backward compatibility and carpel tunnel that PC allows. Hannah is more than happy to play or discuss the latest indie titles (a special fascination of hers) when she is not engrossed in Fallout: New Vegas, her game of choice. Other nerdly pursuits include theatre, writing, writing for theatre, good writing, film, comics, and LGBT activism. Follow her on Twitter @nuhalph!
Tom Dawson dwells in the town of Winchester, in Southern England. He is by day an accountant, by night a cross-dressing vampire hunter who generally forgets the vampire hunting and just stays home to play games. Holding a particular passion for sprawling RPGs, he has put more time into the output of BioWare and Bethesda than is healthy. He’d die a happy man if someone would agree to pay him for his rambling and inane video game commentary.
Regular Columnist/Podcast Host
Aaron Gotzon is an actor, restaurant manager, and general bohemian currently based in the St. Louis metro area. A graduate of William Jewell College in Liberty, MO, Aaron’s long and tenderly passionate relationship with videogames began with Tiny Toon Adventures on a borrowed Game Boy Pocket. Later on, Chrono Trigger sealed the deal for life (so far). Follow him on Twitter at @AP_Gotzon.
Jim Ralph currently resides in sunny Winchester, England. He has recently completed an MA in Contemporary Literature and spends his days watching ideas like ‘Do a PhD’, ‘Get a better job’ and ‘Go to the pub until the voices fade’ battle for his attention. He is often accused of over-thinking things but, frankly, cannot see how that’s even possible. He’d love to hear from you, personally, with any thoughts on his writing or lucrative job offers. Methods of contact include email email@example.com, Twitter @somekindofjim or a note stapled to a carrier pigeon’s face.
Regular Columnist/Podcast Host/Podcast Producer
Oscar Strik is a PhD researcher in historical linguistics, living in the Netherlands. He’d love to travel back in time to have tea with a bunch of vikings. He thinks language is super-cool, but is a cultural historian at heart, and would go crazy if he couldn’t also spend time reading and writing about music, games, religion, etc. He can be reached on twitter @qwallath.
Founder & Editor Emeritus
Bill Coberly started the Ontological Geek in August of 2010 with various high-falutin’ intentions, and learned a lot about games and games-criticism in the interim. He has since stepped back and now serves in an advisory position. He is located in Minneapolis, MN, where he attends law school at the University of Minnesota, and lives with his wonderful wife, Erin, and two small and snuggly terriers, Azathoth and Nyarlathotep. In addition to writing for The Ontological Geek, he also wrote for Nightmare Mode, and has contributed to Ctrl+Alt+Defeat, Five Out of Ten, and Gamechurch as well. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter @BillCoberly.