Category Archives: Podcast Announcements

December 2011 Podcastorama!

If you’re into the whole “listen to me on a podcast” thing, you’re in luck! I’ve been on a couple recently: Kevin Weiser took some time to interview Elizabeth Sampat & I about the Random Kindness Encounter Bundle on The Walking Eye, which you can find here. We talk quite a bit about the various

Talking GM Advice on Dungeon Master Guys

Last week, ENnie-nominated Dave the Game[1] interviewed ENnie-nominated Brennan Taylor and ENnie-nominated[2] me about one of my most very favorite probably-ENnie-nominated topics ever, convention GMing. It’s on the ENnie-nominated Dungeon Master Guys podcast, episode 11. In This Episode: Special guest Sarah Darkmagic assists in hosting duties Dave talks to Brennan Taylor and Ryan Macklin about running convention games NewbieDM talks to Daniel Perez about running

On Dice + Food + Lodging Episode 29

Last night, Josh Roby and I ended up spontaneously podcasting with the ever-charming Tim Rodriguez of the fine podcast Dice + Food + Lodging. Josh and I talked about playtesting — how we go about it, what we’re looking for, pitfalls we’ve dealt with, and lessons we’ve learned. The episode. It’s 25 minutes long. Josh

Funding This Just In…From Gen Con

This Just In…From Gen Con!, the podcast that Paul Tevis and I started back in 2008, is about to do its fourth season. I’ve given the show to the esteemed Daniel Perez and Rich Rogers, both fine podcasters and gentlemen of note. I’ve mentioned that the show takes a lot of work to do, which

Dresdacon, Celesticon, Reddit Interview

A couple of announcements! Dresdacon II’s Coming Up! I’ll be at Dresdacon II, at Endgame Oakland this June 18th. Want to chat with me? Want to play some Dresden Files? Want to enjoy the fine eateries in Downtown Oakland? Come on up! We need some help, though. To quote Fred Hicks quoting Chris Hanrahan of

Concept to Shelf Episode 2

Chris Hanrahan & I have just released the second episode of our short podcast series on publishing RPGs & selling into retail, Concept to Shelf. In this episode, we talk about the math some, which we call “Not losing your shirt?” Check out the episode here. It runs just under 26 minutes. After letting the