Yes and Dragons: Gaming/Improv Podcast!

Yes AND I’ve got green fire, too!

Hello, friends!

I was recently interviewed for the podcast Yes and Dragons, which discusses how improv/improvisational theater and RPGs intersect. In the interview, I discuss how improv, gaming, and writing intersect quite a bit, and it was a really fun interview. Go and check it out and, if you liked it, check out the other episodes of the podcast, which will be releasing once a week going forward.

Oh, and there was something amiss with my microphone during the interview, so it sounds as though I’m talking inside an airplane hangar. Sorry.

Anyway, give it a listen! If you’re interested in any one of those three topics, I hope you will find it enlightening or otherwise useful.

About aahabershaw

Writer, teacher, gaming enthusiast, and storyteller. I write stories, novels, and occasional rants.

Posted on February 22, 2018, in Critiques, Theories, and Random Thoughts and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Kathryn Stewart McDonald

    Congratulations on the recognition of your work and the unique manner through which you are able to introduce the genre to others. I have not written for awhile had a catastrophic illnesses in family, I am now caregiver for three elderly immediate family. Good news is that authorities have prosecuted those who were responsible for what happened in Korea, bad news is that a short story I wrote about Korea and how my fever and delirium and lung infection , which I described experiencing on a bus in Seoul was interpreted as being a drug experience by defense. Keep on doing what you do, both imagination and experience creatively described are powerful. Your Reader, Kathryn

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