Gigs With Atlas Games
Illustration, Graphic Design, and Layout
If you’re an artist or graphic designer, we’ll be most likely to archive your portfolio and consider you for gigs if you email us a single PDF document, six pages or less, comprising your contact information, visual examples of your work, and any information you think should have about your capabilities, interests, working preferences, and minimum rates. Email us your art/graphic design stuff here.
If you’re an RPG writer interested in working on our existing game lines, email us a single PDF document, six pages or less, comprising your contact information, the game line(s) you’re interested in writing for, a sample of your writing, links to 2–3 online samples of further work (which may be links to the product pages of work available for sale), and any other information you think we should have about your working preferences and minimum rates. Email us your RPG stuff here.
Editing and Game Development
If you’re an experienced editor or copyeditor, or an experienced game developer (of either board and card games, or roleplaying games), email us a single PDF document, three pages or less, comprising your contact information, a description of the kind(s) of gigs you’d be interested in hearing about (e.g. “copyediting for any and all marketing projects,” “development opportunities on family board games,” etc.), a list of two or three projects in that vein you’ve worked on in the past along with links where we can learn more about them, and any other information you think we should have about your working preferences and minimum rates. Email us your editing stuff here.
If you’re interested in the (yes, relatively boring) short-term work of moving cartons and packing boxes to fulfill Kickstarter rewards in either St. Paul or Duluth, Minnesota, send an email with your name, contact information, and a general description of your availability. This is contract work paying $10.00 per hour; you must be eligible to work in the United States. Email us your fulfillment stuff here.
We don’t commission game designers to do original work. If you’d like to work with us as a game designer, check out our game design submission page.