James’s involvement with role playing games spans three-and-a-half decades. Though gaming began with Dungeons and Dragons, he quickly discovered Traveller, and with Traveller is where his enduring infatuation with RPGs began. It wasn’t long before he began publishing a fanzine, Jumpspace, for Classic Traveller, which developed into SF Voyages, a science-fiction themed gaming periodical distributed through the trade. Freelance works over the years of the golden age of RPG periodicals include articles in Challenge, Spacegamer, and Shadis, and of course in SF Voyages. He was very pleased and honored to receive an honorable mention among the many who had helped to make Traveller the premiere SF roleplaying game of our beloved hobby, which was, to no surprise, a lengthy list inside the cover of the MegaTraveller edition.