Alexander Bevier is a scholar and game designer. He recently finished a Masters in Fine Arts in Game Design and Criticism at New York University, where he researched Sid Sackson and mid-20th board game design. He is currently working towards an MA at the School of Visual Arts' Design Research, Writing and Criticism program, where he continues to examine the history of game design.
He is a committee member of the IGDA’s Game Writing SIG and works with them on social media and communication. He annually moderates the SIG’s Roundtable meeting at the Game Developer’s Conference since 2013 and regularly works to keep the community a positive and safe space to discuss game narrative.
Alexander's games range from RPGs about daytime soap operas, and dolphins trying to cause Global Warming. He is the co-author of Barnes and Noble’s Official Guide to the Nook and has worked as an editor, playwright, and filmmaker.