Rossi Publishing Games
Rossi Publishing Games was started in 2010 by Carl Rossi. It was preceded by Dreamstate Games and Rossi Publishing in 1993.
Currently we have only four people on our staff:
Carl Rossi, Publisher
Tawen Rossi, Continuity Editor
Magen Rossi, Consultant
David Shelley, Tech dude
We are based somewhere in Utah, in the United States of America.
We do work through freelance artists and writers for most of our needs, including Chaaya Chandra, GoldenDruid, Hugo Solis, Justin Sluder, and the late Charlie Payne.
If you're interested in working for us, that's great. You can contact Carl @ his company email. (shouldn't have to tell you the specifics of that. I don't want bots seeing it.) Be sure to attach a writing sample or sample artwork. Don't be offended if you don't hear from us concerning a job right away, just keep updating your portfolio with us and it might happen. Also, there aren't a lot of jobs available right now as most of our effort is finishing up our Kickstarter and converting the game so that it can be played in both the Pathfinder Roleplaying Games system and Dungeons and Dragons fifth edition.
Footnote: We assume no responsibility for submitted written material. None. We will not make use of it in any of our publications, but there is such a thing as similar ideas and without hard copyright dates (which we don't do until publication), that can get really sticky. Stick with submitting writing that is generic and preferably, not related to the game at all. If we're interested, we'll ask you to write up something specific for us and give you the details. Images submitted retain all rights to the artist. We don't claim anything. We do suggest that you submit things that are not Terah specific. That way if an artist later happens to use the same model of train for her picture as what you used, it doesn't get sticky.
Sticky is only good with hot wings, ribs, and many types of sweet stuff.
But not all sweet stuff. Pre-licked hard candy is sticky and gross, no matter how sweet.