A show about video and board games that features open and honest conversations about games, life, and belief.
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.
Elizabeth Hargrave of Wingspan
Elizabeth Hargrave joins Drew and Chris to talk about game Wingspan as well as her personal story. She is the daughter of a biochemist father and lawyer mother and is herself an avid bird watcher. Growing up as a Unitarian Universalist in southern Illinois and then Gainseville, FL she has had a unique experience with more conservative Christianity. Her search for personal truth and her respect for others on their own search for truth is part of what influenced her design for Wingspan.
Mxiety on the Tangled State of Mental Health Discussion
Drew and Chris host author and streamer Maria "Mxiety" Shanley as part of our series celebrating women in the game industry. M, as she likes to be called, tells an amazing story of her youth: being kidnapped by her mother to Russia, public panic attacks that ended one career and helped push her on the path to the one she wanted, and how the movie Tangled changed her life.
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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.