Thursday, July 10, 2008

Pulp Gamer at GenCon

Today, I'm writing to support my like-minded gamers over at Pulp Gamer. Here's a quote from their About page:
Pulp Gamer has been putting the microphone to use since July of 2005 to promote non-electronic games, such as board games, card games, and roleplaying games. We believe in the friendships forged around the game table, the skill set our children quickly acquire from gaming, and the joy we can share together.
These avid podcasters share the same love of tabletop games as I do here at Games on the Table. Pulp Gamer produces a large collection of gaming podcasts, so you may want to go and see what they have to offer.

This year GenCon Indy 2008 is taking place August 14-17. The team from Pulp Gamer is well-prepared with not 5, not 10, but 20 events devoted to gaming podcasts and blogs.

So, if you're obsessed with gaming, and have no problem getting to Indianapolis, Indiana for four days, you can learn a truck load of valuable information about blogging and podcasting in our hobby at these events.

Speaking of gaming podcasts, BGG user jostrand has created a geeklist of board game podcasts that you might want to look over if you're interested.

And, to be fair to the roleplayers out there, you can visit a website devoted to RPG podcasts at

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