Our Turn Podcast is made up of a group of women who are pulling out the chairs around the table and inviting everyone to sit down and join the game and the conversation. Gaming is a fun social hobby that invites conversation, interaction, and connection between people of diverse backgrounds and points of view. Sitting across the game table and engaging in an entertaining pastime can break down barriers and open up lines of communication. We plan to use this podcast to be a positive, inclusive, and active voice in the gaming industry and the gaming community-at-large.
Dice Tower Network Podcast: Our Turn!
Our Turn! Episodes
In this episode, Cathy talks about the games she·s played recently, and she interviews Janice Turner of Wren Games about her new game, Assembly, and winning the first ever Jelly Bean Games Scholarship for Game Designers.
In this episode, Cathy talks about the games she’s played recently; and she interviews Erin Dean about her documentary called Board Game Boom and her new book called For the Love of Board Games.
In this episode, Cathy welcomes Dave Neiling, Tom Shriver, and Lizzy McGrevey from the Drinking Meeples Podcast to the show and they talk about The Jones Theory of Collecting Games and Jesse gives some advice on starting an RPG campaign.
In this episode Cathy welcomes game designers Kathleen Mercury and Emelie van Rodin to the show and they talk about game design.
In this episode, Cathy & Jesse talk about the games they·ve played recently; and they discuss games that excel at Central themes.
In Episode #74, Cathy & Mark talk about the games they·ve played recently; and Cathy interviews Tara Clapper about the Dragon Thrones LARP.
In Episode #71, Cathy & Annette talk about the games they've played recently; and they discuss their favorite 3-player games.
In this episode Cathy welcomes Carla Kopp and Tony Miller to the show and they talk about the games they·ve played recently and they discuss Tony·s new game, Fire in the Library.
In Episode #71, Cathy, Sarah, & Kathleen discuss overcoming Imposter Syndrome in the Gaming Hobby.