Thursday, October 18, 2018

SNES Omnibus Writer Spotlight #32 - Delf Meek

I’ve been attending video game conventions since 2003. During that time, I’ve met many cool people, including friends I never would have met otherwise. One of my best friends I’ve met through gaming is Delf Meek, who has helped me set up and run my booth at shows, manned the table so I could be freed up to do panels, and let me crash at his place in Oklahoma to save on travel costs. We always have a lot of laughs at gaming cons (he's funny and often sarcastic--he's probably puking at the sight of this post). We’ve also been known to kick back a brew or two, eat way too much, and throw down on some classic arcade games. He’s become a friend of the family as well. Delf contributed a couple of fun nostalgic stories to The SNES Omnibus project, and I was glad to include him. Thanks, Delf!

Here’s Delf’s bio as it appears in the books:

Delf Meek has been gaming since he begged his parents to buy him an Atari 2600 back in 1981, when he was just five years old.  Since then, he has evolved through every gaming system up to modern consoles, but his true love is for the classics.  An exhibitor at various gaming conventions in Texas and Oklahoma, Delf enjoys collecting and restoring old game consoles and arcade machines.

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