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Jackie Kashian is a contender for the geek Hall of Fame. This veteran standup comedian is nerdier than her husband who works in video games and is a grown ass man still playing w/Hot Wheels. Where she wants to be found: jackiekashian.com Q1 6:24 Heckling her way to new career Different Geekdoms What’s a horse fanatics favorite smell? Board games Q2…
 
Shlomo Sher is a co host of Ethics and Video Games with a former guest Andy Ashcraft, where they explore controversial ethical issues about video games (e.g. what should be censored), in video games (e.g. what counts as cheating), and in video game design. 2:06 Where he wants to be found https://ethicsandvideogames.com Ethics and Video Games Podcas…
 
Where he wants to be found: https://jamesmendezhodes.com/ Newest project: Avatar Legends (Aang and Korra, not James Cameron) https://magpiegames.com/avatarrpg/ 3:07 Origin Story Childhood writing to creative consulting What a creative consultant actually does How he became a creative consultant 8:49 People and Skills Why other perspectives are so i…
 
Dedication Old school Intro What is it a tattooist? Why tattoos aren't art Q1: 3:47 Why tattoos? Q2: 5:15 Industry Egos Q3: 9:54 Best (and Overrated) Burgers Hamburger Tour What burger wasn't worth the money? Q4: 13:10 Learning Q5: 14:35 Inappropriate Questions & Answers Tattoo trades Q6: 16:28 No Internet Day Justin's theory on who controls the in…
 
Where he wants to be found on the internet: https://giantsdancegames.com/ Q1 3:16 Lucky Moments From LARPs to video games How he really knew Andy’s Dad’s Advice Q2 7:44 Player Agency Return to Krondor example Learn to Program Q3 11:41 Magnolia Grill Breakfast Burrito Mexican Chicken Salad w/Banana Bread Socialize w/Co-workers Q4 14:08 Gameable Hist…
 
Sen-Foong Lim is a professor, musician, black belt and most importantly (for this show) a prolific game designer. We talk about the true power of friendship and empathy at the game table and away. Where he wants to be found: https://senfoonglim.carrd.co/ 2:49 Magic, Grades, and the Power of Friendship The influence of Magic: the Gathering How he ga…
 
Where he wants to be found on twitter @mightybedbug and Facebook Podcasts: Ludology, Fillory and Father Q1: 2:44 From illustration to film to games Changing mind at school Scott’s apprenticeship Q2: 6:20 Don’t have to wait to create New reality about creating games Creating video games v. board games Q3: 10:25 Death Row Meal Favorite game night sna…
 
The Effect of Video Games on Relationships Where Bill would like to be found: Twitter (@billroper), Currently GMing Traveller on the Happy Jacks RPG network (http://www.happyjacks.org/yumastation/) and Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@billfreakinroper 4:31 The Impact of 1977 on Nerd Culture From Kinko’s to Blizzard 10:52 Save One of Everything Prize…
 
Show Notes 1:56 Where you can find Howad Night on the internet: www.howardnight.com 2:16 Connection to Valjeanne Jeffers from this episode: https://share.transistor.fm/s/7e23cab1 and her first appearance here: https://share.transistor.fm/s/f7cbc52e 3:11 Representation What was missing from X-Men that drove Howard Night to write? Dark Universe Origi…
 
Intro Collector of hobbies @goldenlassogirl, goldenlasso.net, goldenlassogames.com, marysuesband.com, HappyJacksRPG.com 4:34 Birth of a Nerd Renaissance Fair Community Discovery of Cosplay Community From Ren Fairs to Happy Jacks Big Barda DC Bombshell Costume Saga 21:26 Cosplay Beginnings Just enjoy it Cosplay Tutorials 3rd Gen Teacher 26:20 Game N…
 
Intro Adventures in Recording Where Dean can be found on the net? 3:02 Podcast Origins Where he got the itch Who he based his style on? Podcast addiction HitRecord App 7:29 Sound Ideas NPR Sound Goals Dean's choice in editing software 10:04 Some Texas BBQ Favorite sides How Dean grew up in a red state Diversity Crash Course Can Dean reconcile with …
 
Rev’s Crazy Day Change in Music Media A.I. is here Star Trek technology now The story behind “Best Record We’ve Ever Made” 16:33 How Rev. Feel In Love w/Music Rev. Peyton’s Dad’s secret Dad’s Support 22:37 Trust Yourself “Can’t Trust Anyone in the Music Business” Believe in Yourself Examples Figure Out Who You Are Rev’s Musical Influences 28:23 Sur…
 
If The Trash Talking Podcast sounds familiar, it's because the other co-host, Lynxi Kei was a guest (HERE). Prepare Danielle laugh a lot and have a fun time. Welcome and Intro Surprised Danielle w/ a little Letterkenny You can find her at @dhsauno on Twitter, Intagram trashtalkingpod.com, @Trashtalkingpod on Twitter Hapkido, Weight Lifting, and...K…
 
This week I chat with the 3rd 1/3 of the Boondocks Podcast, the incomparable MariJayne Maven. We talk about collaboration on both of our shows and outside, the importance of finding your purpose and more! Let MariJayne & Me Educate you. Help us Eradicate negative stereotypes. So we can Elevate our lives. Hopefully we can help spark something. You c…
 
This week I sit down and sit down face-to-face (via the webs) with 33.34% of the Boondocks Podcast. She is also the co-host (w/her husband, Dean) of the How Are Ya Now Podcast, the Toughest Podcast in LetterKenny. We talk about how somebody's dad making a porno got her started down the podcast path. You'll hear how she's dedicated to her calling an…
 
Jill Bauman has been a freelance illustrator/designer for 39 years . Her work has spanned varied genres including, horror, mystery, science fiction, fantasy, children’s books and mass media. She has illustrated the written works of authors of horror, mystery, and imaginative fiction such as Stephen King, Harlan Ellison, Dan Simmons, Fritz Leiber, R…
 
Bessie Coleman was an inspiration to all people of color who wanted to fly. She was the first Black and Native Indigenous women to receive her international pilots license. She was a daredevil of the skies and an inspiration whose mark is still felt to this day. Questions, Comments or Suggestions? Email me at demonddoes@gmail.com or you can contact…
 
I have the pleasure of interviewing another podcast host of a show I love dearly, the Boondocks Pod, which a rewatch show about the tv show The Boondocks. My guest will be 1/3 of the hosts for that great show, a woman who wastes no words or time w/ BS, Lynxi Kei Lynxi (synonym: Lindsey*) tells me how The Boondocks Podcast came to be and there's a s…
 
Valjeanne Jeffers is such a pleasant woman to talk to, so she's back! We don't get into any weird meal topics. We catch up and talk about her new book in the Mona Livelong Series, and she also answers Another 6 Questions! 1. What's the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you? 2. What are you really good at? 3. What surprises you most about yourse…
 
Happy Black History Month! Had a programming snafu, so I wanted to make sure I gave you something of value this week. Yes, it's late, but it's only late until the show comes out. The subject of today will be Robert S Abbot the editor and publisher of the largest Black newspaper, The Chicago Defender. It's an interesting story and I hope you enjoy i…
 
This is one I was a bit nervous to do because I'm a big fan of Dan Felton's show, Associated Goods. He describes it as a podcaster's journey to learn a little more about the world, one story at a time, which is similar to mole except it's one person at a time. We laugh and have a good time as we talk about his simple start into podcasting, his proc…
 
Nicole Kurtz is back!!! We had so much fun last time she had to come back, and this time she has to answer ANOTHER 6 questions! (Didn't think I'd make it easier on her, did you?) After picking her own poison we talk about the educational system and how she's fix it, the best decision she ever made and more! For more on Nicole Givens Kurtz check out…
 
JAMAL HODGE is a multi-award winning filmmaker and writer. Since May of 2016, Jamal Hodge's films have been an official selection in over 100 Film Festivals, and have won 50+awards including The Vanguard Award (Best of The Fest) at the Hip Hop Film Festival (2020), Best Director at the Chelsea Film Festival (2020) Best Director at Genre Blast (2020…
 
Cerece is my kinda gal and if you're listening to this show, yours too. She's been into sci fi since seeing Empire Strikes Back in the theater and she's now a National bestselling and award-winning author. She's alos the creator of Narazu, home of all things indie sci fi, and she has the best author description I've ever read on Goodreads. She shar…
 
I can't think of a better way to end the year than with this man, Zig Zag Claybourne. He's one of the most unique people (considering the other guests, that's saying something) I have ever had the privilege to meet. After we have fun connecting through an obscure (but must see) movie we talk about the importance of community, his dream project (aga…
 
Bernie is an Iowa farm girl transplanted to Raleigh, North Carolina. Bernie's Iowa childhood, her travels in the States and Europe, and her contemporary life in Raleigh influence her short stories and essays. She isn't sure where the urge to write ghost stories comes from. Their source is a mystery. Bernie has Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Eng…
 
This week I get the chance to talk with author Cranston Burney, and OG Blerd (Original Gangsta Black Nerd) and he schooled me on some things such as: The Three Phases of Creation that created him as a writer What negative criticism is and more importantly, what it isn't The downsides of writing, which we all can relate to and he comes up with 3 ans…
 
This week I talk with speculative fiction author Keith Gaston. He is known for writing high-octane thrillers. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, he earned his Bachelors degree and began a career in Computer Networking. He later earned two Masters Degrees in Computer Science. While in the Army, he took his love of books into writng them. We discuss his…
 
This week's guest is Andrea Hairston, who's a playwright and adventurer. We talk about her book, Master of Poisons and we also answer all kinds of questions such as: Who do you call when you need sh*t done? What did she want to be when she grew up? When did it change and how? How do physics, math, and fiction writing integrate? For more on Andrea, …
 
Yeah, if you know me, you know that I love me some wrestling, so this one is going to be awesome. Chris Bournea is a journalist, author, and filmmaker with a diverse portfolio. He's written nonfiction, ya fiction and has now made a documentary about black female wrestlers from the 50s and 60s. Yes, before the Civil Rights Movement, the ladies featu…
 
William Hayashi is a life long member of the IT industry and has donated much of his time to the creation and maintenance of computer labs for schools, after school study centers and adult education programs. He recently finished an 8 year run hosting The Genesis Science Fiction Radio Series, a weekly online show for the Black Science Fiction Socie…
 
Marco De Prence is one of the first people I've became friends with during my podcast journey and we get together and trade notes on the subject. We also talk about his nomadic lifestyle and how therapy helped him become a podcaster and it's therapeutic benefits. We also talk about Beyonce....a lot. You can follow Marco on Twitter and Instagram Que…
 
Linda Addison always knew she's write from hearing her mother's tales of adventure to seeing her first book as a child. You'll hear us gab like old friends about a variety of this such as how she went from having a BS in Mathematics to being an award winning writer. We also talk about how one of her poems inspired a movie, how many awards she actua…
 
James Goodridge is a speculative fiction author who, after 10+ years as a paralegal, made the commitment to writing. He has a story in the Exhumed horror anthology. Join as we talk about how Star Trek inspired his writing, learning to have fun with the process and where he gets his inspiration for victims in his stories. Also, you'll hear about an …
 
This was another of those bucket list type of interviews for me. Balogun Ojetade is one of the leading authors in Afroretroism and he's the author of one of the coolest stories, Moses: The Chronicles of Harriet Tubman. We talk about the aforementioned Harriet Tubman and the types of stories Balogun likes to write, how culture affects us and how he …
 
Nicole Givens Kurtz is an author, editor, and educator. She’s a member of Horror Writers of America,. Sisters in Crime, and Science Fiction Writers of America. Nicole has over 40 short stories published as well as 11 novels and three active speculative mystery series. She is also the editor of SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire Inside we discuss me…
 
Sheree Renee Thomas (man, her dad loved the letter E) is an awared winning fiction writer, poet and editor. She was recently honored as a 2020 World Fantasy Finalist in the Special Awared-Professional category for her contributions to the genre. We discuss what a writer's life is really like. She also shares a curiosity about what's on the other si…
 
My guest this week is Alicia McCalla. She is an author of dark fantasy, paranormal horror and superheroes. She's a strong activist in the movement to diversity Science Fiction and Fantasy. Also, she's a cosplayer and a contributing author to SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire. We talk about how tragedy informed her writing. Alicia also explains som…
 
Sumiko Saulson is an author Afrosurrealist and multicultural sci-fi and horror. Zhe has won multiple awards and also writes a column "Writing While Black" for the San Francisco BayView. Zhe is a contributing author to the upcoming anthology SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire. One of the things you'll be amazed by this episode is the catalyst to pur…
 
VG discovered her love of reading as a teen and reading led her to write about psychotic telekinetic mothers, murderous dopplegangers and hunky werecheetah coalitions. Her story Message in a Vessel is included in the upcoming anthology SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire. We talk about the circumstances that led her from reading to writing, what she…
 
Penelope Flynn writes and creates 3D illustrations, art and character designs for mixed genre speculative fiction with elements of fantasy, Paranormal, Science Fiction, Magical Realism, Urban Fantasy, AfroRetroism, Erotica, Suspense, and afrofuturism We talk writing, cultured curiosity, her vast array of collections and more. Also, she also states …
 
Valjeanne Jeffers is a graduate of Spelman College, a member of the Carolina African American Writers' Collective (CAAWC) and the author of nine books including award winning Immortal series and Mona Livelong: Paranormal Detective. We talk about: How she her writing career started How she figured out her preferred genre Her creative process What is…
 
Derrick Ferguson is a New Pulp author from Brooklyn, New York whose wife allows him to " get away with far more than is good for me." We talk some serious nerd talk from classic pulps comic books, and his first love, movies! We also talk about his classmates as characters in early writings, treating writing like a business, movies, and turkey wings…
 
Eloy Lasanta is an designer/publisher and cheerleader for the evolution of RPGs! He’s created some of my favorite games, won a few awards, and loves to talk them. We talk about his game making process, how he considers the whole experience when designing them, and, most importantly, when is it done. We also talk about how he became comfortable writ…
 
Tanish Hall is an Entrepreneur and Founder of IAS, she is a self taught board game developHER that started her own board game company because she loves board games. We talk birthdays and board games. Find out how divine intervention influenced her moving Find out what is the Blackest Thing There Is. Warning: We laugh a lot! About Hillman the Game: …
 
Josh is a Doctor of Psychology specializing in autism and developmental disorders, and an unrepentant nerd! We talk about Marvel vs. DC, Star Wars v. Star Trek, and the four activities that children can do to keep their brains developing, AND adults will find use of them too. Josh also explains a misconception about mental health that you won't bel…
 
Justin is an author, speaker and counselor. He’s been featured on TV and radio for his work as a high school counselor and he’s the author of the book “The New, Complete You Life Between the Lines,” Contact Justin at http://www.mightllc.com References. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network - www.NCTSN.org Harvard Global Health Institute - htt…
 
Another COVID Conversation on mental health and in the tradition of May Church Terrell George Edmund Haynes and Thyra Edwards, we have as our guest, Teah Williams-Hampton. Teah is a perfect guest for this series. I've personally experienced your genius, and every time we engage in conversation, we're all better for it. You want to be a little bit s…
 
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