I am currently organizing a Werewolf: The Forsaken chronicle. We currently have two players, but could use one or two more. We plan to play on alternating Friday evenings at my apartment. I live a few minutes from Robinson Mall. I plan to run a character-driven, sandbox-ey chronicle. The first story will begin with humans who undergo their First Change, discover Uratha society, form a pack and establish their territory. From there, players will direct what happens: werewolves take initiative, after all. They tend not to sit around to wait to see what the world will throw at them.
Beyond that, I tend to prefer indie or story games. In traditional games, I prefer to GM, but in story games, I tend to prefer GM-less games. Since I already have games lined up for Saturday and Friday nights, I only have Sunday afternoons open for a conventional game around a physical table. I would like to play on Thursday or Wednesday evenings over Skype. If you're interested in playing Mouse Guard over Skype, I have an ongoing campaign called "Tales of the Black Forest" (Obsidian Portal's campaign of the month for November 2009) that I'd like to have a Skype group for.
My Saturdays alternate between a D&D 4E game (currently GM'ed by my brother and set in Eberron, though I'll take over in May with a campaign set in the Forgotten Realms and emphasizing the Feywild), and a Mouse Guard campaign. When we miss a player, the Mouse Guard slot often becomes our opportunity to try out new indie or story games.
I'm working on filling my alternate Fridays with a Werewolf game (see above); the other alternate Fridays are already spoken for.
I have a game of my own that I need playtesters for, a GM-less game of ecotopian fiction called the Fifth World.