Well, it looks like the submission's deadline for this year's One Page Dungeon Contest is now past us, and there are over 60 entries! Over the next few weeks me and six other judges will be looking over all these entries, and individually we will each be compiling a list of our top picks. The interesting part of the judging process will be creating categories as we go, like "best monster," "best crypt," "best old-school adventure" or "best Cthulhu." There are no set categories, so keeping things open like this means there is a real no holds barred attitude behind many of the submissions. I have looked over several already and I am very impressed with the creativity being shown. This is not going to be an easy task, but I am going to have a lot of fun picking my favorites. I am sure I will have more to report, as soon as I find out just how much I am able to share.