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Summary: Add links to Abstract Games Magazine, Game and Puzzle Design Journal, and Donimoes collection.

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< Don was a reviewer and copy editor for Abstract Games Magazine, and on the editorial panel of the Game and Puzzle Design Journal. He spends his days as a computer programmer at [http://cfenet.ubc.ca/ The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS] and some Friday nights playing board games at [http://www.drexollgames.com/ Drexoll Games], Vancouver's best game store.
< He has published three piecepack games so far: CreamOfTheCrop, CoinCollectors, and ArmyBrats. He also contributed puzzles and challenges to ["Fuji-san"].

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> Don is a reviewer and copy editor for [https://www.abstractgames.org/ Abstract Games Magazine], and was on the editorial panel of the [http://gapdjournal.com/ Game and Puzzle Design Journal]. He spends his days as a computer programmer at [http://cfenet.ubc.ca/ The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS] and some Friday nights playing board games at [http://www.drexollgames.com/ Drexoll Games], Vancouver's best game store.
> He has published three piecepack games so far: CreamOfTheCrop, CoinCollectors, and ArmyBrats. He also contributed puzzles and challenges to ["Fuji-san"]. If you like playing many different games with a piecepack, you might be interested in his collection of old and new domino games and puzzles: [https://donkirkby.github.io/donimoes/ Donimoes].

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Don Kirkby

Don is a reviewer and copy editor for Abstract Games Magazine, and was on the editorial panel of the Game and Puzzle Design Journal. He spends his days as a computer programmer at The BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS and some Friday nights playing board games at Drexoll Games, Vancouver's best game store.

He has published three piecepack games so far: CreamOfTheCrop, CoinCollectors, and ArmyBrats. He also contributed puzzles and challenges to Fuji-san. If you like playing many different games with a piecepack, you might be interested in his collection of old and new domino games and puzzles: Donimoes.

He enjoys writing about himself in the third person, and can be contacted through his web site.