This advice is mostly for the future when conventions are able to go ahead again. I’ll mention online cons but our experience of them is limited to the few we’ve attended this year (2020). So, you’ve picked an idea, created a prototype and playtested your game; now is a good time to look at goingContinue reading “Kickstarter Guide: Its Convention Time”
We at Real Women of Gaming are proud to celebrate the amazing sponsors of the You’re Not Alone Annual Fundraiser! Over the week leading up to the our 1 day event on September 26th, we will giving shout-outs to people who are our partners in this endeavor! Equal Opportunity Geeks was created as a FacebookContinue reading “You’re Not Alone Sponsor Spotlight: Equal Opportunity GeekCon”
Lots of exciting things are happening with Real Women of Gaming right now. They will be revealed in good time. This is an official announcement about You’re Not Alone 2020! Real Women of Gaming is partnering with a different charity this year. We are very excited about this partnership. So without further adieu here itContinue reading “You’re Not Alone 2020 Anouncement!”
Bullying is a huge problem for many people. The negative effects can last for a person’s entire life. However no one is alone and that knowledge can make all the difference in the world. That is why You’re Not Alone is so important to us here at Real Women of Gaming. The first ideas forContinue reading “You’re Not Alone 2020: Get Hyped”
Life has taken a turn recently. Suddenly we are practicing things that are new for a lot of us. Quarantines. Social Distancing. These are terms that many people have been lucky enough to never have experienced before. Most of us would be going to movies, shows, conventions and work right now. However, in order toContinue reading “I Went to a Virtual Convention”
Having started in 2017, PAX Unplugged is the first PAX convention to center entirely around tabletop gaming.
Thanks to Real Women of Gaming, I got to get a media pass for this 3-day event.
Last year, we had the pleasure of meeting Nicole Spickerman of Corgi Cosplay. Nicole is a huge mental health advocate who dresses up her service dog, Kiba, in cosplay. This year, we were ecstatic to hear that she was coming back to Zenkaikon 2019. This year, Nicole did a panel called Fandom Saved my LifeContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2019: Mental Health”
Unfortunately, we didn’t do much by way of food this year, but what we did was absolutely amazing. Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub On day one, we had dinner at Annie Bailey’s Irish Pub. Our experience here last year was phenomenal, so we decided to go back with Corgi Cosplay. This year, we waited over anContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2019: FOOD”
For the second year in a row, I’ve had the absolute pleasure to attend Cosplay Burlesque’s show at Zenkaikon in Lancaster, PA. I had first heard about Cosplay Burlesque three years ago, after Crymson went to their show and interviewed them at Zenkaikon 2017. I was excited to hear they were coming back so thatContinue reading “Zenkaikon 2019: Cosplay Burlesque”