Just curious here, but I applied for the "Writer" job awhile back(it was titled something different then, with slightly different requirements as shown on the OPs link).
I never heard back from anyone, which is fine, since I didn't really expect to if no one was interested.
Since then, though, I've re-started college(online) for Creative Writing, and have begun self-publishing my writing(34 stories and counting, approximately 1-2 going up a week). Each story is between 3,000 to ~13,000 words, with many being continuations in a series(my longest series is approximately 90,000 words and has been very well received/my best seller). I make my own cover art(using bought stock images and then tweaking designs, finding commercially useable fonts, text/graphic effects, etc). I also format everything on my own(extensive knowledge of proper eBook formatting guidelines), edit it, do keyword research, other research, and all of that.
Long story short, it's pretty legit and while my writing isn't focused on gaming lore per se(I write where the readers are, which I still find enjoyable but it's not always my preferred genre), I am 100% positive that I can easily translate my skills into a gaming market. I have reader reviews to back up how "good" my stories are, plus an easily readable spreadsheet full of sales numbers for every one of my stories for more numbers proof.
Anyways! Is this "extra" experience on top of what I applied with before(other writing experience, have written novels though none published at that time, lots of gaming experience, etc, not really important since I was obviously not qualified enough back then), enough to potentially re-apply and get more consideration? And/or are there potential unposted writing internships I could apply for/request in order to get some experience in a more corporate-professional way(plus possibly college credits if my school's willing to do that)?