Craig Gallant

Craig is from rural New Hampshire, although he has taken advantage of great opportunities to travel all over the world, visiting countries from Costa Rica to China, from England, Ireland, Egypt, Australia, and beyond. While at home he does his best to warp space and time to fit far more activity into each day than anyone, including his wife, thinks would be advisable. During the day Craig teaches Theatre and Literature courses to the intrepid students of Milford High School. After hours Craig actively pursues kickboxing and mixed martial arts, and is one of the two hosts of the wildly mediocre and not-too-horrible general gaming podcast The D6 Generation. He is husband to a remarkably supportive wife and father to clearly the smartest, cutest, and most promising three year old on the planet (an entirely objective assessment). Craig plays games whenever he can find the time and the opponents, ranging from his recent favorite, a classic South American dice game called Perudo, to whatever the local tabletop war-game flavor of the month happens to be. And in all the voluminous free-time this schedule allows, Craig writes. Always an avid reader and a writer for his own pleasure, recently Craig has been able to parlay that dream into a stunningly-exciting reality. Craig has written articles, rules, short stories, and background fiction for companies such as Spartan Games and Fantasy Flight Games. In August of 2012 Craig partnered up with the freshly-minted Outlaw Miniatures, where he spent the next nine months writing over 100,000 words worth of supportive fiction establishing the entire game universe for their new Wild West Exodus. In that time he was also hired as the lead writer for a line of comic books taking place in the same universe. The most recent chapter in this ever-rising rollercoaster of coolness, Craig prepares to embark on his newest adventure, more excited than words can convey to set his keyboard to bringing the shattered Wild West even further to life in a new series of novels featuring the iconic Jesse James: The Wild West Exodus: Jesse James Archives.

Consumer Reviews

  1. Andrew J Batter

    As a fan of the “wildly mediocre” The D6 Generation podcast, I have to say that I look forward to his work on the WWX novels and anticipate purchasing at least the first one, even though I have little to no interest in the WWX setting right now. But who knows, maybe Craig’s novel will transport me to an amazing world of cowboys and engines that I will never want to leave. Only time will tell. For now, keep stabbing away at the keyboard, Craig. Keep stabbing away.

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