This quarter I have had the honour of getting Part 2 of my piece about tabletop games in school libraries published (Part 1 here), which contains some general tips for thinking and talking about tabletop games and then three applications of those principles to game reviews, and raises the possibility of an ongoing series of similar game reviews… but not only that:
I also had the pleasure and privilege of being interviewed by certified A-grade purveyors of cultural expertise and library sass Turbitt & Duck, who were as delightful to chat to as they are to listen to.
They weren’t exceptionally sassy to me as we chatted, in fact I couldn’t have wished for two more lovely and engaged hosts, but they have been cheeky enough to post the headshot I sent them (which was taken for print and is therefore fairly high-res/large) FULL SIZE. (Be warned!) My revenge will be proportionally… macroscopic.
I can’t speak to the interest of my own interview, and not only because I haven’t yet had time to listen to the final product; but I can honestly say that I’ve enjoyed every one of their other podcasts, and if you are interested in libraries but haven’t listened to them yet, you should.
Thanks to them and to ASLA for these opportunities!