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Andrea Phillips is a transmedia writer, game designer and author. She is on the writing team for season 2 of the urban fantasy serial Bookburners as well as ReMade. Her debut novel is Revision, an SF thriller about a wiki where your edits come true. She has also worked on iOS fitness games Zombies, Run! and The Walk; The Maester’s Path for HBO’s Game of Thrones; human rights game America 2049; and the independent commercial ARG Perplex City. She also writes an ongoing column about video games called Metagames for Strange Horizons. Her nonfiction book A Creator’s Guide to Transmedia Storytelling is used to teach digital storytelling at universities around the world. You can find Andrea at andreaphillips.com, or on Twitter at @andrhia.
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Alarms ring out as the group starts a new journey.
Arcadia makes a request. Holden makes a decision.
Do you remember back in the Episode 9 notes when I said "Whiteout" took me three days to write? Magic all the way through? "Memories of Arcadia" is magic, too, but it's the kind that needs a little blood and suffering from you before it works.
Cole discovers some unsettling answers at a museum.
The remade explore the city while Loki exposes his past
I came in to the ReMade writers room when it was about halfway through writing the first season as a guest--one who was made to feel very welcome. “Put your feet up,” everyone said. “Which character are you interested in? What do you want to do?”
Seyah does some reflecting and the group takes a bath.
Sometimes writing is like trying to carve your name into stone using a dull spoon. Sometimes writing is like a bolt of magic going through you, as if you were just a gateway for something to bring itself into the world.