Goodreads Book Giveaway

In just 6 weeks, Dungeons & Dreamers will hit the bookstores. You can order a signed copy today (with an eBook), you can wait for the book to hit stores, or you can sign up for our giveaway at Goodreads. We’re giving away 10 copies of the book between February 1 and February 28. All […]

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Thoughts about D&D from Across the Web

On February 1, we’ll launch a month-long contest on Goodreads. We’re giving away 10 pre-release copies of our book, Dungeons & Dreamers: A story of how computer games created a global community. One of the narrative threads in the book is how the game Dungeons & Dragons influenced game developers for twenty years, and how […]

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Review: It’s Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics of Extremism

Still, it’s contribution to the larger story of Congressional dysfunction can’t be undersold. Taken together with books such as Lawrence Lessig’s Republic, Lost (which the authors argue is a well-written critique but ultimately unrealistic in its goal), one can begin to understand the deep, underlying forces that have disrupted traditional governance — at least on a federal level — in the United States.

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The Great Kingdom, a Documentary

**UPDATE** I was chatting with Andrew Pascal, who is producing this film, and he clarified a bit about The Great Kingdom. He’d been to my house to shoot footage for Dungeons & Dragons: The Documentary, but that is a different project than The Great Kingdom. So…we weren’t left on the cutting room floor for The […]

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“The Truth about Dungeons & Dragons”

**Update**W.D Prescott  just posted that he just shared the video, and that DKlarations actually compiled it. I blame the Internet for communications, and we still think W.D. is awesome for sharing it.** The video lays out one of the best (and most entertaining) explanations of the game. For years, I’ve tried to explain to people that […]

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The Year of Focus

I think thematically. As each year comes to a close, I spend December sitting with the work of my previous year. I sift through what I’ve created, I look at what I didn’t create, and conceptualize what I want my next year to become. I’ve always been methodical and particular in my thinking, but I’ve become much […]

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