Jeremy Sim is a writer, game creator, and Active Member of SFWA (the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America). He has been writing science fiction and fantasy for over a decade, having graduated from illustrious workshops such as Clarion West Writers Workshop, Odyssey Writing Workshop, and Orson Scott Card's Literary Boot Camp. Over a dozen of his short fiction works have been published in respected fiction magazines and anthologies.
In 2011, he received the Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship, and placed as a semifinalist in the esteemed Writers of the Future contest. His stories have appeared in publications like Cicada, Flash Fiction Online, and the Hugo-nominated Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and one of his stories, Princesses, has been reprinted four times, including an audio version.
As a game writer, Jeremy works with Amplitude Studios on the critically acclaimed Endless Space 2, whose writing was lauded by PC World as a "game with ... actual weight to its universe" and "a cut above [the rest]." His supporting work on the factions, characters, and storylines of the Endless universe drew praise from Kotaku.com, who called it "topical and interesting ... very promising." He is also a member of the stellar localization team at En Masse Entertainment, publisher of the award-winning MMORPG TERA and the upcoming online action fighter Kritika Online.
A Singaporean-American, Jeremy is fluent in English and Mandarin. He has lived in San Francisco, Singapore, Los Angeles and Berlin, and has worked as a financial data analyst, an apartment manager, a GDC Conference Associate, a futurist, and an editor on academic research papers.
Jeremy is an avid gamer, and currently enjoys games like League of Legends, Overwatch, and Mass Effect: Andromeda. His favorite authors are Patrick Rothfuss, J.K. Rowling, Orson Scott Card, John Green, and Emma Mills.
Jeremy is 32 years old and lives in Seattle, Washington.