Steve Miller's Dragonlance Pages
From 1995 to 1999, Steve worked on Dragonlance meta-story direction
and specific print products, along with Doug Niles, Harold Johnson, Stan!, Sue Cook and Miranda Horner. When Wizards of the Coast aquired TSR, the influential Dragonlance
authors Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman once again took charge of Dragonlance story direction, and Steve soon moved onto other things.
Steve's been a long-time fan of the Dragonlance setting, so although he's done with it professionally, he still loves the property. Thanks to the generocity of Wizards of the Coast, he has been permitted
to establish this non-official Dragonlance section which will feature a
mixture of fan efforts, unpublished Dragonlance writings by Steve, and
materials by Steve drawn from out-of-print Dragonlance products. We hope
you'll find something here that you'll enjoy!
Choose your destination...
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Do you have something that you think would make a good addition
to this site? Submit it here! We
are particularly interested in original Dragonlance fan art, creative source material about Ansalon, and innovative fan fiction.
A Note for the Canon Obsessed
Steve is of the opinion that only those who write for publication in official relases need to care about what is canon and what isn't. Since he decides what goes onto these
pages, and since nothing here is intended for publication in official releases, canon doesn't matter. Material that will show up here, will be chosen on the basis of creativity and adherence to what Steve defines as "Dragonlancey."
If you are one of those people who consider Dragonlance a Rube
Goldberg Machine that is to be admired from afar but not touched, you're
in the wrong place.
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