Catherine Lundoff is a writer, editor and publisher of Queen of Swords press, and joins us today to talk about all three! How she researches and writes, what she writes about, how she works as an editor, teacher, and publisher, and how to do all three in the middle of a plague. … Continue…Episode 123 – Interview with Catherine Lundoff
Todd Downing is a proper renaissance writer of Gen X. He’s been deeply involved in playing, running, and creating RPGs for decades. He’s written for stage, screen, comics, interactive and narrative games. He even records his own novels into audiobooks! … Continue…Episode 113 – Interview with Todd Downing
The Kickstarter is going strong for the Adventures in Oz 5e RPG, and Jeannie and Dave (both contributing writers) sit down with David Speakman and Aaron Cheung from Double Critical to talk about the mechanics of cranking out a major game module set in L. Frank Baum’s Land of Oz. … Continue…Episode 107 – Adventures in Oz!
Jennifer has been nominated twice for the Bram Stoker award for horror, and won both the Bram Stoker and the Hugo Award for editing work. She’s written stories and novels for Battletech, Shadowrun, Valdemar, as well as many original stories and novels in YA Horror, Fantasy, and Sci Fi. She has the Best Quote Ever: You can be blunt or you can be vulgar but you can’t be both. … Continue…Episode 89 – Interview with Jennifer Brozek
When you’re world building for a story or novel, you need to figure out how magic works. The coffee shop writers chat about how to build something coherent, something that makes sense, and the pondering of magic that doesn’t get in the way of a story. Or how magic can become a story. And how red coffee is the best coffee. … Continue…Episode 36 – Systemic Magic