Aidan Moher is a writer and the Hugo Award-winning founder of A Dribble of Ink, with work in Wired, Fanbyte, Input, Electronic Gaming Monthly, Kotaku, VentureBeat, Tor.com, Insert Cartridge, and various other places. You can find him on Twitter (@adribbleofink). He’s represented by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary Agency.

Aidan lives on beautiful Vancouver Island, BC with his wife and kids.

Latest Posts

Announcing “Dame Beatrice J. Delacroix III’s Guide for Training Your New Beholder”

Y’alllllll. I wrote a Dungeons & Dragons. Me. I did this. “Dame Beatrice J. Delacroix III’s Guide for Training Your New Beholder” is an accompanying booklet for an officially licensed light-up Beholder figurine. It’s also quite possibly the most hilariously enjoyable project I’ve worked on. Working with the Dungeons & Dragons team at Wizards of… Read more »

2020 Award Eligibility: Best Fan Writer

God. 2020. WTF? This was a very difficult year for all of us, and nothing will ever change that. While navigating all the challenges 2020 presented, however, it has also been one of the most successful years for me from a creative, professional, and fan writer stand point. I picked up an agent, continued pouring… Read more »

Dual Tech: Combining forces with Eric Smith of P.S. Literary Agency

2020 ain’t all bad news, y’all. I’m pleased to announce that I’m now represented by agent extraordinaire Eric Smith of the P.S. Literary Agency. I’ll be joining Eric’s impressive list of clients with both fiction and non-fiction projects. Collaborating with Eric is a dream come true as I’ve long admired his work, ultra-positive personality, and… Read more »

Monsterful: Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths – Sundered Bond by Django Wexler

A couple of years ago, Wizards of the Coast made a gamble by bringing on popular fantasy authors like Brandon Sanderson, Kate Elliott, and Martha Wells to pen tie-in fiction for their mega-popular trading card game Magic: The Gathering. For years before that, Magic’s fiction was handled by in-house writers and the results were dubious… Read more »

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