Sometimes I get invited to do COOL STUFF on other people’s podcasts! I love it. It’s the best. Click the links, listen to the things and enjoy!
The hit show from the Nerdy Show Network brought me on to voice a recurring NPC – Felicia Silver, a mysterious agent for a mysterious organization the Central Florida Ghostbusters keep running into as they rush to save the world again and again…
Party of One Podcast (with Jeff Stormer)
Jeff is a genius, and he’s also totally mad. Party of One is Jeff + one other person co-playing a game (often one that isn’t meant for just one or two people, which is extra impressive). I was lucky enough to play the optimistic and wholesome Golden Sky Stories with him!
Misery Gaming (from Misery Tourism)
My game SIDEWALKIA! was one of three winners of the 2018 200 Word RPG Contest. I joined the other two winners on this podcast to talk about our favorite entries, our inspiration, and how it all happened.
One Shot Podcast
James D’Amato’s one-and-done live play podcast covering a wide variety of board, card, and tabletop games. One Shot is its own podcast but also the name of the network that has multiple podcasts under the umbrella, all of them worth checking out for fantastic quality, great variety of subject matter and game styles, and a formidable knowledge of the gaming world as a whole… including Warda, which I co-create/produce myself. Here are some of the games I’ve been lucky to play on James’ show!
“Break Room” (by yours truly!) – as featured in The Ultimate Micro RPG Book by James D’Amato (2020)
“Fuck! It’s Dracula” (by Levon Jahanian) – a 200 Word RPG Finalist (2018)
“Dear Elizabeth…” (by Will C) – one of the Winners of the 200 Word RPG Contest (2018)
“Capers” – a noir set in Chicago’s prohibition era, but everyone has superpowers
“Dogs in the Vineyard” – a kind of Gothic Western/Weird West inspired by the LDS faith, set in a unique dice system
“Steamscapes” – an Asian steampunk RPG set in the Savage Worlds system
Working Class Creatives Podcast
Michael Coorlim’s podcast dedicated to telling the story of what it takes to make it as an artist, author, actor, or other creative professional. Each episode features interviews and discussions with working creatives talking about the realities of trying to succeed in the modern economy while maintaining some semblance of a work-life balance. Listen and learn what it takes, what an aspiring creative must be willing to sacrifice, the reasoning behind their creative choices, and the harsh realities these industries demand.
A Chicago-based arts magazine and podcast supporting new and emerging artists, projects, and community produced an interview with yours truly about fiction writing, podcasting, long-gone days of high school theatre, ren faire, and DISNEY!