Polygamer – A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games

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A podcast of equality and diversity in gaming

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Bonnie Gordon is an actor, voice actor, and musician extraordinaire. Having previously been a Starfleet ensign at Star Trek: The Experience in Las Vegas, she now voices the ship’s computer on the animated series Star Trek: Prodigy. And as part of the Library Bards musical comedy duo, she sings pop culture songs rewritten with nerdy […] The post Polygamer #119: Bonnie Gordon of Star Trek & Con Artist first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Nov 29

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Chel Wong is a Boston-based video game composter and sound designer. As a freelancer, she has worked on such titles as the music puzzler Kine, the Starfox-inspired Whisker Squadron, and the surreal adventure RPG She Dreams Elsewhere. Not only has she also helped run the Game Audio Boston group, but as a freelancer, she invests […] The post Polygamer #118: Freelance composer & sound designer Chel Wong first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

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Oct 20

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Dr. Lindsey Migliore, also known as GamerDoc, is a licensed esports physician. While hiking the Appalachian Trail, she realized that only by abandoning her original goal of becoming an NFL team doctor could she combine her passions for medicine and video games. She now works with esports athletes to maintain and improve their health; and, […] The post Polygamer #117: GamerDoc esports physician Dr. Lindsey Migliore first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Sep 22

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Beth Daggert has been a game designer, software engineer, lead programmer, director of engineering, and vice president of engineering, within and without the gaming industry. Having worked on such historic franchises as Lode Runner and Star Wars, she recently accomplished a bucket-list item of contributing to the development of an Ultima-inspired role-playing game — for the […] The post Polygamer #116: Beth Daggert of Lode Runner, Star Wars & Nox Archaist first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Aug 25

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Brianna Dym is a Ph.D student in the University of Colorado Boulder’s information science department under Dr. Casey Fiesler. Brianna’s field of study is fanworks: the original creations, derivations, and reimaginings of existing brands and media, from movies to video games. LGBTQIA+ authors engage in this creative component of fandom to produce original stories and […] The post Polygamer #115: Brianna Dym on fanworks first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jul 21

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Dr. Melissa Chaplin is the head of client strategy at Game If You Are, a UK-based marketing firm helping indie video games get the attention they deserve. When not writing press releases, editing trailers, and landing podcast spots for upcoming developers, Melissa is busily building community. She’s the founder of Games Industry Lunch Club, a […] The post Polygamer #114: Dr. Melissa Chaplin on indie game marketing first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jun 16

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Maia Weinstock is the creator of LEGO Women of NASA, a kit she proposed on the LEGO Ideas site that won approval to be made into a real product. Now she’s pitching the Women of Computing, a set that pays homage to Ada Lovelace, Grace Hopper, and other women who were instrumental in the early […] The post Polygamer #113: Maia Weinstock of LEGO Women of Computing first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

May 19

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Kate Olguin knew that finishing her undergraduate career and searching for a job would be difficult; she did not expect a pandemic to make it even harder. Fortunately, armed with a degree in interactive media and game design from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Kate landed as a game designer at Other Ocean Interactive, where she currently […] The post Polygamer #112: Kate Olguin of Other Ocean Interactive first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Apr 14

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Ivy Dolamore is an artist, cryptid, and unschooler. The product of a curriculum-free homeschooling education, Ivy quit her job at GameStop to become a full-time artist, supported by commissions, Patreon, and an extensive social media following. Her creations span a variety of art styles and media, including prints, jewelry, and Diamond Art. In this episode, […] The post Polygamer #111: Artist & unschooler Ivy Dolamore first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Mar 17

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Amanda Pegg-Wheat is a children’s librarian and branch manager in Quincy, Massachusetts. In addition to books, movies, video games, and Internet access, Amanda offers her patrons another service: Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. As the DM, she guides young adventurers through the fantasy world of Theros — even when the pandemic keeps them from gathering around the […] The post Polygamer #110: Librarian Amanda Pegg-Wheat first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Feb 17

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Dianna Lora is an account manager at Massive Entertainment, the Ubisoft studio working on the next Star Wars video game. She is an accomplished multimedia maven, having written reviews, produced videos, and edited podcasts for such outlets as Sony, DualShockers, and GoodgameTV. Now, from her new home in Sweden, Dianna manages corporate relationships with producers, […] The post Polygamer #109: Dianna Lora of Massive Entertainment first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jan 27

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Dr. Rachel Kowert is the host of Psychgeist, a YouTube series that examines the psychology of video games. In her videos, Dr. Kowert examines such concepts as escapism, flow, esports, and Animal Crossing. She is also the research director for Take This, a non-profit that seeks to destigmatize mental health issues in the gaming industry; […] The post Polygamer #108: Dr. Rachel Kowert of Psychgeist first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Dec 2020

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Kelsey Lewin is the co-director of the Video Game History Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and teaching the history of video games. When not collecting, digitizing, and archiving game history, Kelsey is co-owner of Pink Gorilla Games, a chain of two video game retail stores in Seattle, Washington. In this podcast, Kelsey and […] The post Polygamer #107: Kelsey Lewin of Video Game History Foundation & Pink Gorilla Games first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Nov 2020

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Courtney Garcia is the host of Screen Therapy, a blog and YouTube channel about how movies and games can be used to promote mental and emotional well-being. Whether they are putting us in a good mood or fulfilling unconscious emotional needs, video games can be used to help us develop our empathy and emotional intelligence […] The post Polygamer #106: Courtney Garcia of Screen Therapy first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Oct 2020

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Dr. T.L. Taylor is a professor at M.I.T. and the author of several books, including Watch Me Play – Twitch and the Rise of Game Live Streaming. Her ethnographic research into esports and online game streaming have led her to co-found AnyKey, an advocacy organization that supports diversity, inclusion, and equity in competitive gaming; and […] The post Polygamer #105: T.L. Taylor on Twitch streaming first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Sep 2020

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Creatrix Tiara is a shenaniganist — one who performs in a variety of media and activities, from spoken word to interactive storytelling to sleight of hand to event organizing. Tiara performs as Queer Lady Magician, has been a writer for such games as Here’s Your Fuckin’ Papers and What The $!#&@! Do They Need Now?, and […] The post Polygamer #104: Creatrix Tiara first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

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Aug 2020

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Jordan Jones-Brewster is the narrative designer of We should talk., a short-form narrative game available for Steam and consoles. During a single night at a local bar, players will interact with several characters while maintaining a conversation with their girlfriend via text message. Using an innovative “sentence spinner”, players can choose from dozens of responses […] The post Polygamer #103: Jordan Jones-Brewster of We should talk. first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jul 2020

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Jason Oda is the designer and developer of Waking, a game that uses gamers’ personal memories as weapons in the fight to awaken from a coma. As players explore the landscape of their subconscious, they are prompted to meditate and reflect on their experiences, choosing the memories that will strengthen them and fight alongside them. […] The post Polygamer #102: Jason Oda of Waking first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jun 2020

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Parents are raising the next generation of gamers — but let’s give some self-care to the current generation, too. How do we hold onto our identity as gamers after becoming parents? When do we find time for our favorite hobby, and how does having children change what games we’re playing? At PAX East 2020, I […] The post Polygamer #101: Gaming After Kids at PAX East 2020 first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

May 2020

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Sarah Elmaleh is an actor and voiceover artist best known for her work in video games, including indie titles Gone Home, Read Only Memories, and Pyre, to AAA titles Final Fantasy XV, Gears 5, and Anthem. Her credits also include radio dramas and on-screen performances such as Hey Ash Whatcha Playin’?. Last year saw the […] The post Polygamer #100: Voice actor Sarah Elmaleh first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Apr 2020

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Dr. Dana Plank is a ludomusicologist, devoted to the study of video game music and sound. She has researched how game audio is used to represent disability, sensuality, gender, and exoticism, and she has been interviewed for books, podcasts, and MAGFest panels about games including Final Fantasy VI, Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario […] The post Polygamer #99: Ludomusicologist Dr. Dana Plank first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Mar 2020

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Nic Tompkins-Hughes has been a freelance writer, company administrator, and panel moderator in the games industry. They are currently raising the next generation of gamers, empowering them to explore gaming, gender, sexuality, and orientation on their own terms. Nic also identifies as transmasculine and is transitioning to non-binary, enjoying the newfound confidence that comes with […] The post Polygamer #98: Nic Tompkins-Hughes first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Feb 2020

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Dr. Carly Kocurek is an associate professor of digital humanities and media studies at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Her work in the analysis and preservation of games includes Save Point, a zine about the history of video games whose second issue is currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter. She is also researching the “Games for […] The post Polygamer #97: Dr. Carly Kocurek of Save Point & Games for Girls first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jan 2020

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Caspian Whistler is the founder and creative director of A Profound Waste of Time, an independent magazine inspired by video games. Each issue is available in hardcopy only, and each page is uniquely illustrated, combining prose and design from renowned gaming journalists, critics, and developers into a thoughtful collection of essays. The first issue of […] The post Polygamer #96: Caspian Whistler of A Profound Waste of Time first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Dec 2019

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Dr. Jessica Hebert is a placentologist and nerdy musician with the PDX Broadsides, a Portland, Oregon-based pop-folk trio. Their recent, debut East Coast tour featured songs about Nathan Fillion, Settlers of Catan, and mental health. Jessica is now back home, where she continues her work studying the role of the placenta (the human body’s only […] The post Polygamer #95: Dr. Jessica Hebert of the PDX Broadsides first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Nov 2019

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Jeri Ellsworth recently launched the Kickstarter for Tilt Five, a mixed-reality headset and game board. Its proprietary approach to augmented reality allows gamers to bring Dungeons & Dragons, racing, pinball, and other games to life, using either symmetrical or asymmetrical gameplay, both locally and online. Having successfully reached its crowdfunding goal of $450,000 in just […] The post Polygamer #94: Jeri Ellsworth of Tilt Five first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Oct 2019

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Dr. Aurit Lazerus, PsyD, is gamer and board game geek with a private clinical practice in Providence, Rhode Island. She uses playfulness and creativity to help her patients feel more understood, connected, balanced, self-aware, and empowered. In this podcast, we chat about the mental health benefits of video games; what playfulness can look like, and […] The post Polygamer #93: Dr. Aurit Lazerus on playfulness first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Sep 2019

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Bobbi Augustine Sand is the game designer and author of Knife Sisters, a visual novel published by Transcenders Media. In Knife Sisters, players assume the role of Leo, a non-binary twenty-something exploring BDSM relationships and the occult. Players navigate this black-and-white world by choosing who to spend time with, what kink to explore, and how […] The post Polygamer #92: Bobbi A Sand of Transcenders Media first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

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Aug 2019

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Alicia Caillier is a product manager at Harmonix Music Systems, developer of music-rhythm video games such as Rock Band, Guitar Hero, Amplitude, and Frequency. Their most recent release is Dance Central for Oculus, the first virtual-reality entry in the long-running Dance Central series. For the first time, players can go online and explore a virtual […] The post Polygamer #91: Alicia Caillier of Harmonix Music Systems first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jul 2019

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Athena Z Peters is the founder and co-owner of Adventure Pub, a gaming gastropub located in the suburbs of Boston in Arlington, Massachusetts. Friends, families, and strangers can order from a full food and drink menu, borrow from a library of 400 board games, card games, and role-playing games, and even reserve event space for […] The post Polygamer #90: Athena Z Peters of Adventure Pub first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jun 2019

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TQ is a Twitch variety streamer and Take This Ambassador. Her channel frequently hosts charity streams in support mental health, children’s hospitals, and other non-profits close to her heart. This advocacy recently extended to PAX East, where TQ appeared on the panel “Avoiding Burnout in Creative Professions“, speaking from her experience working 60+ hours a […] The post Polygamer #89: Twitch variety streamer SlyTQ first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

May 2019

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The tenth annual PAX East was held last month, and I was honored to host two panels of brilliant speakers. One, “The Return of Couch Play”, can be seen and heard on the IndieSider podcast. The other was “The Art of Craft: Inspiring Game Creations”, featured on this week’s Polygamer podcast. Video games are art […] The post Polygamer #88: The Art of Craft at PAX East 2019 first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Apr 2019

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Tifa Robles is the author of The Explorers of Azullucent, a young-adult fantasy novel currently on Kickstarter. Over 16 years in the making, this book features a trio of diverse female protagonists on an epic adventure of discovery. Tifa is no stranger to writing, being a regular contributor to the board game website Tabletop-Test. Her […] The post Polygamer #87: Tifa Robles and The Explorers of Azullucent first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Mar 2019

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Geneviève “Eve” Leblanc is the community manager and QA tester for Clever Endeavour Games, developer of Ultimate Chicken Horse, a multiplayer, multiplatform game. UCH’s community has grown with the game’s original Windows release in 2016, PS4 and Xbox One debut in 2017, and Nintendo Switch port in 2018. Since last year, Eve has fostered this […] The post Polygamer #86: Eve Leblanc of Clever Endeavour Games first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Feb 2019

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Shannon Symonds is a curator at The Museum of Play, home to the International Center for the History of Electronic Games (ICHEG). This institution in Rochester, New York, is home to 60,000+ artifacts of gaming history, from rare game consoles, coin-ops, and prototypes to design documents, periodicals, and transcripts. Shannon, who last month was profiled […] The post Polygamer #85: Shannon Symonds of The Strong Museum of Play first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jan 2019

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Meagan Marie is the author of Women in Gaming: 100 Professionals of Play, a new hardcover book and e-book featuring interviews with more than a hundred women in the games industry. The book profiles not only luminaries who have created, diversified, and preserved the industry, such as Jennifer Hale, Perrin Kaplan, Sheri Graner Ray, and […] The post Polygamer #84: Meagan Marie, author of “Women in Gaming” first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Dec 2018

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Bahiyya Khan is the developer of after HOURS, a full-motion video (FMV) game about sexual assault and borderline personality disorder (BPD). Presented as an interactive film, after HOURS has received critical acclaim and awards at game conferences around the globe for its innovative storytelling and willingness to tackle difficult subjects. The game has also earned […] The post Polygamer #83: Bahiyya Khan of after HOURS first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

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Nov 2018

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Stacy and Mari collectively form Geek Remix, a popular YouTube channel in which the two women Let’s Play and analyze mainstream and indie video games. They don’t stray from terrible or problematic games, acknowledging the challenging aspects of gaming and using them as an opportunity to engage in dialogue about how to make them better. […] The post Polygamer #82: Geek Remix’s Stacy & Mari first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

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Oct 2018

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Cynthia Lowen is the director and producer of NETIZENS, a documentary that details the proliferation of online harassment faced by women. The film follows feminist critic Anita Sarkeesian, attorney Carrie Goldberg, and businesswoman Tina Reine as they fight back against the online harassment that has threatened their careers and livelihoods. Lowen ran a successful Kickstarter […] The post Polygamer #81: Cynthia Lowen, director of NETIZENS first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Sep 2018

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Angela O’Hara is a senior artist at Big Viking Games, creators of mobile and social games such as YoWorld and Fish World. At Big Viking Games, O’Hara creates vector art for avatars and accessories that players use to design their virtual world. Many of the games are popular with middle-aged women, and diversity and representation […] The post Polygamer #80: Angela O’Hara of Big Viking Games first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Aug 2018

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Abbey Perl is the founder of the Diverse Gaming Coalition, a non-profit organization charged with ending bullying both online and off. Founded in 2016, the Diverse Gaming Coalition provides resources, education, and safe spaces by organizing events and entertainment media. In this episode, I spoke with Abbey about her own experience with bullying and being […] The post Polygamer #79: Abbey Perl of the Diverse Gaming Coalition first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jul 2018

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Katie Kaitchuck is the executive director of GaymerX, an LGBT-focused gaming convention. In the past year, the organization became a non-profit, separated from the for-profit MidBoss Games, sent diverse indie developers to GDC, and began planning next year’s GaymerX conventions. Amid all this and after only two months as GaymerX’s program director, Kaitchuck became executive […] The post Polygamer #78: Katie Kaitchuck of GaymerX first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jun 2018

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Harris O’Malley is Dr. NerdLove, a dating coach who gives advice to geeks of all stripes via his blog, podcast, YouTube channel, and column for Kotaku. Aiming to offset the toxic masculinity of The Red Pill and men’s rights activists, O’Malley encourages healthy platonic and romantic relationships, with video games being a shared interest in […] The post Polygamer #77: Dr. NerdLove on gaming & dating first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

May 2018

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In four short years, Patreon has enabled thousands of gamers to take their journalism, podcasts, and channels to the next level. It’s proven a popular alternative to the whims of Google’s “adpocalypse”—though Patreon’s had a few bumps of its own along the way. On the PAX East 2018 panel "Gaming Patreon: Building Community for Fun […] The post Polygamer #76: Gaming Patreon at PAX East 2018 first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Apr 2018

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Queens of Adventure is a comedy-adventure podcast in which four drag queens slay their way through pencil-and-paper role-playing games. Adapted from the live stage show Dungeons & Drag Queens, Queens of Adventure has as its dungeon master Matt Baume, host of the podcast Sewers of Paris, director of documentary Playing with Pride, and returning guest […] The post Polygamer #75: Matt Baume of Queens of Adventure first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Mar 2018

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Joseph Bein is the president & creative lead of Out of Sight Games, developer of the audio game A Hero’s Call. The studio’s first game, A Hero’s Call was designed to be accessible by visually impaired gamers, including half of Out of Sight Games, who built their own game engine to ensure the game’s accessibility. […] The post Polygamer #74: Joseph Bein of Out of Sight Games first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Jan 2018

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Wally S is a game developer, author, artist, and cosplayer who has written such Twine games as The Leggy Blond and Your Merman Boyfriend. Wally recently made their GaymerX East speaking debut with the presentation “The Great Chasm of Nonbinary Content and How We Can Fill It“, examining not only how far LGBT representation has […] The post Polygamer #73: Wally S on nonbinary characters first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Dec 2017

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Nicole Hunter is a freelance writer and a moderator for Black Gamers Revolution. This community Black gamers extends to Twitter, Tumblr, Twitch, and Discord, providing a safe space for Black gamers to share their experiences free of harassment or the wed to educate others. The group regularly plays in online games such as Overwatch, League […] The post Polygamer #72: Nicole Hunter of Black Gamers Revolution first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Nov 2017

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Susan Arendt is the editor-in-chief of Genii Online, a website that covers magic and deception for magicians and anyone interested in the art and craft of magic. While Genii has existed as a print magazine since 1936, Genii Online’s September 2017 launch marked the publication’s online debut. It also marked a shift for Susan: after […] The post Polygamer #71: Susan Arendt of Genii Online first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Oct 2017

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Kellian Adams Pletcher is the mastermind behind Green Door Labs, which builds location-based, transmedia games for museums and non-profits. Kids and adults alike use smartphones, pencil and paper, and other tools to learn the stories behind art, what life was like on the Oregon Trail, how to use a library, and more. Green Door Labs’ […] The post Polygamer #70: Kellian Adams Pletcher of Green Door Labs first appeared on Polygamer - A Podcast of Equality & Diversity in Gaming & Video Games.

Sep 2017

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