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Our Stories: Diversity, Otherness, and Commonality

Our Stories: Diversity, Otherness, and Commonality

We live in a time when these gaps in the ability to connect are deliberately used to stoke the fires of fear inundating our media streams with the resulting mass violence, intense division, governmentally issued caging and deaths of children, and so fourth. Regardless of your stance on issues of politics, none of these represent the qualities and behaviors that we believe in nor stand for. We as a country are better than this. We as human beings are better than this.

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Adventure Goddesses Launch in Cincinnati

Adventure Goddesses Launch in Cincinnati

In a cozy game shop just north of Cincinnati, a group of adventurers meet monthly to hone their GMing skills. This peer support circle for women and non-gender conforming folks provides a supportive environment for each person in the group will take a turn at being...

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Indie Games 101, pt. 2

I’m back with some more indie game recommendations for you! This time all of the recommendations are pretty short games, ranging from 45min to 3 hours!  Website: https://frogdetective.net/ Release Date: 2018 Developer: inkle Platforms: PC & Mac (Steam, itch.io)...

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Indie Games 101

Indie Games 101

I grew up playing video games with my friends, but around middle school I stopped feeling like there were as many games “for me” and I found other things to do with my time. But then in the end of college I started hearing about indie games for the first time... What...

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NaNoWriMo: Week 3

NaNoWriMo: Week 3

_________________________________________ Hello, friends! And welcome to week three of NaNoWriMo! - We are about two thirds of the way through the month, which means there's only the rest of this and next week left to go on your novels... *Cue furious nail biting* At...

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NaNoWriMo: Week 2

NaNoWriMo: Week 2

  Hello, lovely friends, and welcome to week two of NaNoWriMo! I hope everyone's writing journeys are off to a good start. Perhaps you're completely on track with your goals through the first week of writing or perhaps, like me, you've already fallen woefully...

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