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    About wundergeek

    I’m an occasional game illustrator, and game designer, long-time LARPer, and player of tabletop roleplaying games (mostly indie games). I have a terminal addiction to board games. I also play both PC and console games – mainly RPGs of all stripes, but I do enjoy puzzle games like Katamari as well. My main source of gaming notoriety, however, is the feminist gaming blog Go Make Me a Sandwich. In addition to being a cranky feminist blogger, I am a photographer and somewhat half-assed writer living in the wilds of Canada with a wonderful spouse and two slightly broken cats.


    I am tired.

    by  • March 7, 2013 • Essays • Comments Off

    I am tired of rape culture in the gaming world. I am tired of having men be the arbiters of who gets to be a “real” gamer. I am tired of sometimes remaining silent because I don’t want to be dismissed as “that feminist who only talks about rape culture”. I am tired of...

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    RPGs and cultural context: a conversation with Andy Kitkowski about Tenra

    by  • January 2, 2013 • Design & Art, People & Events • 1 Comment

    Tenra Bansho Zero is a hugely popular anime-themed tabletop roleplaying system first released in Japan. For many years, Andy Kitkowski had been working on translating the material and getting it ready to publish for North American audiences. When Andy was getting the Kickstarter together earlier this year, he wound up contacting me about doing...

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    This Week in the News

    by , and  • November 25, 2012 • Uncategorized • Comments Off

    wundergeek - This is an awesome take on the hate for the “Fake” Geek Girls from oxboxer on Tumblr. Brie - David Gaider, lead writer for Bioware’s Dragon Age video game, comics, and novels wrote a Tumblr  post about how valuable it is to have women on your development team. Sunita Williams is returning to Earth...

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    Dear Gaming As Women: MtG Planeswalkers

    by , and  • November 14, 2012 • Dear GAW • 3 Comments

    Welcome to the latest installment of Dear Gaming As Women! We invite our readers to asks us anything – and we’ll do our best to offer informative, thought-provoking, and entertaining answers. In today’s letter, a reader asks for insight on gender representation in MtG: Dear Gaming as Women, The central characters in Magic: the Gathering...

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