We’ve got an exciting schedule planned. Wednesday From 3PM-4PM join Eloy, Jerry, and a panel of other distinguished guests for We need Diverse Books…and Games Thursday From 2PM-6PM join one of our fabulous GM’s for Vaults of the Withered Tongue, The heroes are tasked by the Union of Ascendancy to oversee the construction of a […]
Just back from Dreamation, a lovely con in picturesque Morristown New Jersey, hands down one of my favorite cons consistently. I get to reconnect with so many of the people I usually only get to interact with electronically. Saturday nights are often couch cuddle parties with my harpies and harridans around me (and a few […]
HELLO! Are you a person from an underrepresented group who likes GMing games? Are you going to Gencon this year? Would you like to run a game for New Agenda Publishing using, what Jerry’s mother calls, “the best game ever created by my son, this week”? We’re looking for a few good GMs to run […]
Here’s a look at one part of what we’re working on! The Oruns The Celestial homes of the Peoples of the Union of Ascendancy There were eleven known Orun, each a home world to the ten Peoples, plus the central Orun known as Prime. Each Orun is a solid shell 50,000 kilometers in diameter, with […]
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Here you go! Orun is set just after a grand apotheosis, an awakening of the sentient beings. A time when enlightenment meant transcending the physical existence and moving beyond our understanding. Then, something went wrong. The heroes are emissaries, troubleshooters, special agents, and autonomous peacekeepers of the Union of Ascendancy, a coalition of worlds and […]
Orun A Space Opera Set in the Post-Apotheosis.
New Agenda Publishing is a consortium dedicated to promoting diversity in the RPG community through our hiring and choices. We want to amplify underrepresented voices and help them tell new stories from their perspective. We want to bring more people of color and especially women of color to the table and we think the best way […]
Many hands make light work. ~ Haya (Tanzania) proverb I have a lot of “ifs” floating around in my head. I’ve been around long enough to see a lot of great independent publishers come and go. Many had great products but couldn’t sustain the pace of making games and gassed out. The only reason I’m still […]