Posts Tagged ‘Wizards of the Coast’

A new episode of my podcast, Gamer to Gamer, is up on The Tome Show’s website.


I sit down with author and Wizards of the Coast staffer Shelly Mazzanoble. We talk about Shelly’s books, her career with Dungeons and DragonsMagic: The Gathering, and Avalon Hill, and her surprising love of tabletop games. This podcast was recorded on March 10, 2016.


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I sit down with Greg Tito of Wizards of the Coast. We discuss Greg’s work as the Communications Manager of Dungeons and Dragons and his past as a freelance designer and as Editor-In-Chief at The Escapist. This podcast was recorded on November 3, 2015.


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Hey all! I have a new podcast on The Tome Show called Gamer to Gamer. It’s an interview show in which pros in the tabletop gaming industry take me through their careers and the games they love to play. Check out the first episode.

I’m sitting down with Kobold in Chief of Kobold PressWolfgang Baur. We cover Wolfgang’s career, from his days at TSR to the creation and running of his own compay, and then get in-depth about the games Wolfgang loves to play. This podcast was recorded on August 29, 2014.

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If you like what you’re reading please follow me on Twitter, check out my other podcast The Round Table, tell your friends, and/or leave me a comment and let me know you think. Thanks!