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A US Army veteran (13B, 3HWB/2ACR, 1998-2000), Casey has degrees in History (BA, Texas A&M Univ., 1997), Creative Writing (BA, Univ. of Houston, 2006), and Publishing & Writing (MA, Emerson College, 2012). His strengths lie in developmental editing of speculative fiction, self-publishing, and role-playing game writing (particularly 3.x/Pathfinder).
From 2005 to 2008, Casey served as a Triad member of the Bandit Kingdoms region for the Living Greyhawk campaign (the world's largest Dungeons & Dragons campaign). From 2008 to 2009, he served as the acting production editor for Callaloo, a prestigious literary journal sponsored by Texas A&M University. From 2012 until early 2016, Casey worked in the commercial property insurance sector and has a Property & Casualty Producers License for the state of MA. In 2014, he launched Strangelet, a new speculative literary magazine, with classmates from Emerson.
Casey (NG male human commoner 1/expert 8/fighter 2) is the author of BDKR1: The Unofficial Living Greyhawk Bandit Kingdoms Summary-a work which takes a scholarly approach to documenting the world's largest Dungeons & Dragons campaign. It is the only book to date of its kind and has sold over 700 copies and received a 5-star + seal of approval rating from Endzeitgeist.
An avid autocrosser since 1992, Casey campaigns his 1992 Ford Mustang in the Sports Car Club of America's C-Prepared class. During the '94-'95 school year, Casey served as the Public Relations officer for the Texas A&M Sports Car Club. After his discharge from the army, Casey served as the club's Social Chair.
Casey lives in the Boston area with his two fur babies, Stella and Domino.