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Pondering Nerdcast Interview - Jo Robo

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Pondering Nerdcast Interview - Jo Robo

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A nerdy, energetic artist-turned-game developer based in California, Jo Robo loves robots and she’s not alone. Because she loves so many things us fellow nerds love, it’s really easy to relate to her games; whether you’re a FlameCon exhibiting, cute, date-seeking, queer poly lover or not!

Jo Robo has fans all over who are as happy as I am that her work exists. There’s fantastic visuals, funny writing, and easy to navigate mechanics. And Jo Robo’s just getting started. Visit her game pages and play all of her games. You will enjoy it.

Stay tuned for our next interview with Jo Robo: “Sex(uality): NEVER the Final Frontier in Video Games!”


Follow the hosts on Twitter:

@MekesiaB/Mekesia Brown

@Gifted51/Lance John

@TheRealShepherb/Nate Rowe

@Alyssa_Spector/ Alyssa Spector

@Stryker2000/ Dwain Samuels

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Jo Robo

Visit Jo Robo's personal website and profile page at itch.io. Jo also has an Instagram and Twitter account to find out more information about the (wo)man, the myth, the legend. If you're curious about Project Tea! you're in luck because I have the official link for you!

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Pondering Nerdcast Interview - Tana Ford

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Pondering Nerdcast Interview - Tana Ford

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“Make a thing!” - Meke spoke with Boston-born Tana Ford, a Creative extraordinaire: Comic book illustrator and writer, sculptor, poetry lover. Being queer, a nerd, and a Pondering Nerd has its perks, and one of them is finding out about talents like her!

Tana Ford created the award winning Duck! digital graphic novel series, That Time I Turned 30 in Greece, and 26.2: A history of the Boston Marathon. She is also an illustrator for a number of Marvel’s Silk issues.


Follow the hosts on Twitter:

@MekesiaB/Mekesia Brown

@Gifted51/Lance John

@TheRealShepherb/Nate Rowe

@alyssa_spector/ Alyssa Spector

@Stryker2000/ Dwain Samuels

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Tana Ford

Write to Tana Ford, marvel at all of her Marvel work, tweet and follow Tana for more info (you can do the same on her Facebook page too!), visit her FlameCon profile page, and last but not least... Tana Ford also has a podcast: Westeros Wheneverly! If you ever get to email Tana make sure to let them know the Pondering Nerdcast says what's up. 

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Pondering Nerdcast Interview - Brian Olsen, Author and Screenwriter

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Pondering Nerdcast Interview - Brian Olsen, Author and Screenwriter

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Listen in to our latest interview with FlameCon exhibitor, screenwriter and author of both The Future Next Door and Multiverse Mashup series, Brian Olsen. The genre of choice for his novels is Urban Sci-Fi, where Olsen excels in great storytelling and creating characters that are as genuine as possible.

Brian Olsen is based out of New York City but he is originally from Boston. He comes from a large family and credits this as a source of his amazing sense of humor.

Later in the game he realized his talent for prose and an opportune time presented him with the chance to work on his first book: Alan Lennox and the Temp Job of Doom. The rest is history; No scratch that, the rest is our PRESENT entertainment.

Enjoy the novels of Brian Olsen and let us know what you think!

Find Brian Olsen's works at his website www.brianolsenbooks.com. @BrianOlsenBooks is the handle for all of his social media outlets.


Follow the hosts on Twitter:

@MekesiaB/Mekesia Brown

@Gifted51/Lance John

@TheRealShepherb/Nate Rowe

@alyssa_spector/ Alyssa Spector

@Stryker2000/ Dwain Samuels

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Brian Olsen

The author's Facebook Page, his Amazon store, where you can find him on Twitter, and here you can also find a great write-up on tabling at cons for exhibitors and their supporters!

 

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