A show about video and board games that features open and honest conversations about games, life, and belief.
Kate Kadowaki on "TV Eye", KSM, and Being Another Human
Kate Kadowaki, one of the founders of Love Thy Nerd was the drummer for the former Disney pop/rock group "KSM" (and no, even she doesn't know what it stands for). Kate talks to Drew and Chris about the path that led her out of the church and into the band. The conversation covers the effects of fame, the difference between the "normal" routine or "real life", and how a quick decision to play for the church again led her to her husband and a strengthening of her faith.
Chris Skaggs of Soma Games on Game Studio Culture
Chris Skaggs of Soma games joins Drew and Chris to talk about his unintended path to game development, conversion to Christianity, and the culture of the longest surviving "Christian" game studio.
Liberty Kifer of "Crystallo"
Liberty Kifer is a pro photographer, mother of 4 girls, a black bear tamer, and an amazing board game designer. Crystallo has a unique origin story with close ties to her family which we wholeheartedly recommend everyone pick up at your local Barnes & Noble! We talk about her Norwegian family history, questionable Lutefisk dietary experiences, and the struggle of believing in a God that would put people in damnation for all eternity.
Yannic Lejac Part 2
Yannic Lejac finishes his conversation with Drew and Chris about his time at Blizzard and his transition from game journalism and narrative design to social work.
Yannick LeJacq on Health Insurance, Games Journalism, and Religion Part 1
Yannick LeJacq joins Drew and Chris for the inaugural 2021 season of Humans of Gaming talking about the absurdity of the US health care system, Yannick's Jewish upbringing, and his experiences writing for Kotaku.
You can help contribute to Yannick's GoFundMe as he continues to struggle with medical debt from his procedures.
April-Lyn Caouette on Food Trips and Friendships
Cheif Resource Nerd April-Lyn Caouette joins Drew and Chris to give some insight into the many facets of Love Thy Nerd's mission to bring hope and love to the varied "nerd" cultures.
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The LTN Podcasts are all great and I really enjoy being able to listen to podcasts that intersect my faith and my hobbies!
This podcast is a fantastic blend of faith and gaming. I’ve been looking for something like this for a while, and now I’ve found it.
This podcast always manages to bring on super interesting guests, who often share very personal stories about their lives and how they got into game development.