About

Baeg Tobar is a complete fantasy world brought to life through fiction and art. It has its own varied geography and natural phenomena. Each continent includes multiple countries, legions of creatures, and several unique races. Each race and region have a flourishing culture with singular customs, religion, languages, histories, technologies, and styles of dress. It is a project built over many years by many people. Epic in scope and crafted with love, Baeg Tobar offers a beautiful escape to all who enter.

Novel chapters, stories, and articles are released on a schedule to gradually reveal this amazing and complex world.

OWNER AND ART DIRECTOR
JEREMY D. MOHLER
Jeremy D. Mohler is an illustrator who has been producing artwork and managing creative projects for over a decade. He has done work for Upper Deck Entertainment, Platinum Studios, Pearson Educational Group, Archaia Comics, and many more. You can read more about Jeremy and view his personal portfolio here. You can find out more about Outland Entertainment here.
HEAD EDITOR
SCOTT COLBY
Scott Colby has been with Baeg Tobar since its first incarnation. As Fiction Director, Scott’s responsible for scheduling, developing short story topics, and helping edit the final product. He also writes short stories and is working on the follow-up novels to The Unmade Man.

Scott makes his home in Somerville, Massachusetts and works in Information Technology. He enjoys baseball, video games, and barbecue.

CONSULTING EDITOR
DANIEL TYLER GOODEN
Daniel Tyler Gooden is a stay at home dad from Kansas City, Mo. He is the author of The Unmade Man and number of short stories and content for Baeg Tobar. When not carting his two boys around in their bicycle trailer, he’s working on a bicycle cavalry fantasy set in post-apocalyptic Kansas City. You can find him at www.dtgooden.com and www.dtgooden.posterous.com.
CONSULTING EDITOR
EMILY HALL
Emily E. Hall writes for both business and pleasure. She is the primary copywriter and editor for Outland Entertainment, and she is the author of Ithaca.

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