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Well howdy all you guys, gals, and nonbinary pals and welcome to Game Closet, the show where we talk to all sorts of great queer & LGBT+ tabletop creators. Joining me today is Christine Prevas. Christine produces a Monster Of The Week actual play as well as writing great articles on monsters and queerness. We chat about their work on vampire theory and monstrosity and I had an absolute blast. You should go check out their show now, it’s called The Unexplored Places and it’s phenomenal. Before we get into the episode I want to take a moment to plug Acadecon, the RPG Academy’s gaming convention in Dayton Ohio from November 9th to 11th. They just secured the location for this year and will be making announcements soon about how you can get tickets, keep your eyes on The RPG Academy dot com. And with that out of the way, let’s get to the show! I’d like to take a moment to talk to you about Lawful Good Gaming, an organization that seeks to pair tabletop roleplayers with charitable organizations. In 2017 they helped raise over 7 thousand dollars for organizations like the Southern Poverty Law Center, National Immigration Law Center, and the Ocean Conservatory. Going into 2018 their efforts are focused on queer & LGBT+ folks with donations going to groups like SAGE and The Trevor Project. Check out their facebook page at facebook dot com slash groups slash lawfulgoodgaming, or follow the link in the show notes. With all that out of the way, let’s get to the show!
Game Closet: interviewing LGBT+ people in tabletop gaming, creators, fans, anyone! Interviews would talk about personal experiences, games with (or without) LGBT+ representations or themes, or using queer content in gaming. Are you queer or LGBT+ and want to be featured on The Game Closet? Check out our Contact Us page! You can also check out the articles mentioned in the show by checking out our collection of queer/LGBT+ roleplaying resources.
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