For most of the past 10 years, he’s covered video games, tech, and geek culture as a freelancer. His work has appeared more than 40 publications, including Nintendo Power, PC Gamer, GameSpot, PlayStation The Official Magazine, EGM, GameSpy, IGN, Official Xbox Magazine, GamePro, The Escapist, Ars Technica, and many others. Prior to writing about video games, he spent over five years working as a reporter for a weekly newspaper.
The Game Journo Guides Series
When he’s not writing about video games, craft beer, or nerdy stuff, Nathan pens books on freelance writing advice for folks looking to break into the game journalism world. He currently has three books out that are jam-packed with advice for writers, journalists, and freelancers interested in covering games and geek culture. You can check out his books here.
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Nathan is also available for contract writing work on a project-by-project basis. Don’t hesitate to get in touch to chat about specifics and rates: nathan_meunier (at) hotmail.com
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