The Catholic Geek: Live with Jeffro Johnson

The Catholic Geek: Live with Jeffro Johnson 01/22 by We Built That Network | Culture Podcasts:

 

At 7:30PM, EST host Declan Finn will welcome the illustrious Hugo Award Nominee Jeffro Johnson, where we will cover as many topics as we can squeeze in, from Dungeons and Dragons to RPGs as the end of the history of Science fiction and fantasy.

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Jeffro Johnson is a lifelong fan of science fiction, fantasy, and tabletop games. His researches into the origins of role-playing games lead him to rediscover the forgotten pulp fantasy canon. At the conclusion of his survey, he inadvertently set off a literary movement. He has blogged for over a decade at Jeffro’s Space Gaming Blog and is editor of the Castalia House blog, for which he has received Hugo Nominations for Best Related Work and Best Fanzine.

His personal blog: Jeffro’s Space Gaming blog

His Magnum Opus: Appendix N

The Best Fantasy and Science FIction site on the Net: Castalia House blog Editor

His Unfiltered Personal Social Media: Google (Not for the faint of heart!)

He also runs the Castalia House Twitter Feed

While you’re waiting for the show …. how about buying his book, Appendix N? If you’ve done that already, review it.

And if you’re looking for something to read until then, remember,
The Launch Party starts On January 29th, on the Radio Show
And continues with the FB launch party.


And if you haven’t read book 1 and 2, we can fix that. 

If you have, please, review them.
    

About Declan Finn

Declan Finn is the author of Honor at Stake, an urban fantasy novel, nominated for Best Horror in the first annual Dragon Awards. He has also written The Pius Trilogy, an attempt to take Dan Brown to the woodshed in his own medium -- soon to be republished by Silver Empire Press. Finn has also written "Codename: Winterborn," an SF espionage thriller, and it's follow-up, "Codename: Winterborn." And "It was Only on Stun!" and "Set To Kill" are murder mysteries at a science fiction convention.
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