Jonathan M. Thompson (born November 16, 1971) is a game designer who is owner of Battlefield Press. In 2008, he obtained d20 Magazine Rack (http://d20zines.com).
Thompson began his gaming career in 1980 in elementary school. He owns more than 50 individual role-playing game systems. He is the author of Cityscape: Corporate Supers, Eric Flint's 1632 Role Playing Game, Trius Fantasy Campaign Setting also a contributor to ADBs Prime Directive d20, Eden Studios Waysides: Book of Inns and Taverns and the Sean K. Reynolds project Hungry Little Monsters. He also co-authored the book Cityscape: City on the Nexus of the Omniverse with B. L. Sisemore and the Luftwaffe 1946 Role Playing Game with Michael Scott.
His hometown is Shreveport, Louisiana.