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 well-regarded 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. 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 Closers 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 papers.
Jeremy is an avid gamer, and currently enjoys games of League of Legends between writing sessions. Some of his favorite games of all time include Final Fantasy XI, Everquest, Starcraft, and Grim Fandango. Among his favorite authors are Patrick Rothfuss, J.K. Rowling, Orson Scott Card, and John Green.
Jeremy is 33 years old and lives in Seattle, Washington.