Game Review: Lady Blackbird by John Harper

Poor Lady Blackbird has been in my review queue for over a year now, so I think it’s high time I should get back to her. Designed, written, and illustrated by John Harper, Lady Blackbird is a scenario-based game that centers on Lady Blackbird attempting to escape an arranged marriage and return to her pirate . . . → Read More: Game Review: Lady Blackbird by John Harper

Fiction Review: Tales of the Far West edited by Gareth-Michael Sharka from Adamant Entertainment

We are riding the wave of some great short fiction from fresh new authors these days in the gaming community. And though I’ve come a bit late to the party, I’m damn happy I finally arrived… First with the Stories in the Ether quarterly magazines (I’m two issues behind now and need to catch up) . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: Tales of the Far West edited by Gareth-Michael Sharka from Adamant Entertainment

Fiction Review: Stories in the Ether, Issue 1 from Nevermet Press

In an age when the eBook is gaining ground, I wonder why I don’t read more short fiction. I read plenty of fantasy and science fiction novels (usually 25-30 every year) and have even thrown in some Steampunk into the mix recently, but only rarely pick up anthologies of short fiction. So how did I . . . → Read More: Fiction Review: Stories in the Ether, Issue 1 from Nevermet Press

News from Around the Net: 04-NOV-2011

I’m going to start my Friday post off with a question… What is gaming to you? And yes, I’m hoping you’ll leave me some feedback in the form of comments on this one… Is it the gathering of friends around a table to experience an adventure in a world of imagination? Is it the creation . . . → Read More: News from Around the Net: 04-NOV-2011

The Gassy Gnoll: Crossing the (Genre) Streams… (RPG Blog Carnival)

The RPG Blog Carnival topic for May 2011 is Crossing Genres, hosted over at The Dump Stat by Greg Schuster. And it’s a good topic unless you look at it from the Ghostbusters perspective…

Dr. Egon Spengler: There’s something very important I forgot to tell you. Dr. Peter Venkman: What? Dr. Egon Spengler: Don’t cross . . . → Read More: The Gassy Gnoll: Crossing the (Genre) Streams… (RPG Blog Carnival)

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