Trapped within The Indie Game Website is a group of people… people with whom, using a little ingenuity and modern technical magic, you may get in contact with via the methods described below.
Editor. Jon has written about indies for the likes of Eurogamer, PC Gamer and GameReactor. In charge of our editorial, Jon enjoys moving things around in Google Calendar.
jon dot calvin at indiegamewebsite dot com | @joncalvin84
Deputy Editor. James loves a deep action-adventure game, RPG or metroidvania. In addition to making sure everything on the site is as good as it can be, he’s also in charge of reviews.
james dot sheppard at indiegamewebsite dot com | @MisterSheppard
News Editor. Brittany has written for the likes of G4, IGN and Kotaku, and has appeared as a speaker at various conferences. When she’s not writing or gaming, she’s looking for the next great visual novel.
brittany dot vincent at indiegamewebsite dot com | @MolotovCupcake
Features Editor. Tabs’ perfect afternoon consists of a cuppa, a biscuit tin, and a good RPG. When she’s not in the world of indies, she’s writing for her own blog, Musings Of A Mario Minion.
tabitha dot baker at indiegamewebsite dot com | @MusingsTwit
Writer. Kate has been gaming since she could control a mouse, had a World of Warcraft account far too young, and has a weakness for any game with ‘RPG’ in the description.
kate dot fanthorpe at indiegamewebsite dot com | @futiledevises
Juan Manuel Fontan
Writer. Juan’s been a gamer since he can remember. He loves a good story, and believes every game has one to tell.
juan dot manuel dot fontan at indiegamewebsite dot com | @AngryArgie
Publisher. Lewis has worked around indie games for 11 years, including four as a journalist and editor, and five in PR and marketing. Always short, often bearded.
lewis at gameifyouare dot com | @gameifyouare
Andrew May, Noah Graham, Ed Nightingale, Rogan Chahine, Myles Garrington, Jack Simpson, Jeremy Bijl, Abe Foster, Dougie Powell, and loads more!