Hi. My name is Greg Stolze, this is my web page, and I write books.

Author Archives: Greg Stolze

New Look, New Book

Hi there. Some of you may have noticed the web site’s new look. Some of you may have noticed the glorious image of a burly man engaged in some vigorous ghost-kicking. (It’s by Pat Loboyko!) I’ll deal with both. The new look is the result of a long-overdue overhaul, courtesy of https://skookummonkey.com/. If you’re looking…Read More

New Material, New Distribution

New Material, New Distribution

REIGN is built to grow and expand, but instead of trying to sell the setting in a fragmented and scattershot way through print books, all supplements are coming out via the Ransom Model.Read More

Available Now: REIGN Enchiridion

Available Now: REIGN Enchiridion

For world-builders on a budget, REIGN Enchiridion is now available. The core engine of REIGN, alongside the essential setting construction tools from the supplements, presented in a concise, straightforward book, setting free.Read More

SINNER Is Out!

SINNER Is Out!

Heh. See, that’s got a double meaning, because the book’s narrator goes by ‘Sinner’ and a major concern of the plot is whether he’s in jail or out. He’s a supervillain, you see, and he turns himself in, submitting to a cage that couldn’t hold him.Read More

Hey, We Got A Freebie!

Hey, We Got A Freebie!

Special Purpose is your basic story about a nine-year-old girl living with her single dad in a blasted, postapocalyptic hellscape, but it’s OK.Read More

And Now For Something Completely Different: COMICS

And Now For Something Completely Different: COMICS

I have designed games and written novels, but only recently (in The Sleep of Reason) did I get an opportunity to script some sequential narrative, also colloquially known as a ‘comic’. Thanks to the miracle of crowdfunding, I’ve done it again.Read More

The Dangers of Fraternization

The Dangers of Fraternization

I wrote a film noir game called A Dirty World, and Caleb Stokes (the brains and the looks behind Hebanon Games) went and wrote The Dangers of Fraternization, a scenario for it set in partition-era Berlin.Read More