So many questions, so little wit. Hehe. If you’re interested enough to read about me, you may as well read it in my own words. You’re awesome.
- November 2014: Living Story Lore Interview: November 2014 – GuildMag.com, a renowned Guild Wars 2 fansite posted this interview in which Scott McGough and I answer a bunch of questions from fans.
- August 2013: Questions to Angel Leigh McCoy – In this interview with French fansite “Esprit d’Orr”, I answer questions about the lore of Guild Wars 2, in particular about magic. (French version) (Please ignore the ginormous picture of me! LOL!)
- May 2013: Video Lore Interview — Not an interview about me, but about Guild Wars 2 lore, this video includes my partner in crime, narrative designer Scott McGough.
- March 2013: Interview at the site of author Carl Alves, in which I discuss the pain and pleasure of working in the games industry.
- May 2012: Writing your story: An interview with the writers of Guild Wars 2. Three of us (Bobby Stein, Peter Fries, and I) discuss writing and characterization for Guild Wars 2.
- April 2012: An Interview with Angel Leigh McCoy of ArenaNet. Krystina Balogh interviewed me for her Art History class. Her questions led me to a rather scholarly evaluation of game design, its future, and its past.
- March 2012: Imagine All the People: An Interview with ArenaNet Writer Angel Leigh McCoy. I discuss game, narrative, and character design.
- January 2012: Interview with Angel Leigh McCoy, Stories in the Ether Author & Guild Wars 2 Designer. Nevermet Press published my novella, “Charlie Darwin, Or the Trine of 1809,” and then interviewed me for their blog.
- May 2011: Interview at Half Light Magazine in which I talk about cancer, childhood, and other horrors.
- August 2010: The Road to gamescom: Writing the Demo about writing dialogue for the Guild Wars 2 demo for gamescom and PAX.
- Oct. 2009: Sunday Special: Angel Leigh McCoy at Flashes in the Dark
- Aug. 2009: Angel and Demons at Shock Room
- Aug. 2009: Interview with Boo, Angel Leigh McCoy’s Cat at Pets and their Authors