Women of Color – Khepera Publishing Needs You!

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Khepera Publishing Jerry Grayson 2017

I publish small independent tabletop roleplaying games and have done so since 2002. Whenever the subject of diversity comes up, a handful of people of color are invoked as part of the community. If the RPG industry is the Peanuts Gang, I’m the Franklin, the black guy.

There is never a lot of us, and it’s usually the same people. Occasionally, a new guy will pop up, but it’s just that, a new GUY.

Where are the Black, Latina, Native American, Indian, and Middle Eastern women game designers, writers, artist, and publishers?

I know that women of color play roleplaying games, I see them at conventions and game gatherings. Sometimes they sit at my table and play. I know there are more than I’m seeing but I want to be aware of you all. I want to know you, be mindful of you, follow and support you.

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GenCon 2014 – IGDN Booth 1539

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The IGDN is back for GenCon 2014: Booth #1539!

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The booth showcases indie games sold by independent game designers.

Joining us this year will be:

          • Brooklyn Indie Games
          • End Transmission Games
          • Calico Games
          • Genesis of Legend Productions
          • Glittercats Fine Amusements
          • Growling Door
          • Joel Sparks
          • John Wick Presents
          • Khepera Publishing
          • Kotodama Heavy Industries
          • Magpie Games
          • Metal Weave Designs
          • Sand and Steam
          • Team Edara
          • Wunderwerks

Don’t be afraid to stop by say hello, meet some of the designers, and check out our new games and demos at booth 1539.

Hope to see you there!