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Sale Trickster Issue of the Stellar Beacon: resource guide by Jen Kretchmer, Trickster magic for Fate, space opera adventure, more

Excited to share that a new issue of The Stellar Beacon 'zine is out, featuring:

Resources: Accessibility in Tabletop Producer, writer, actor, and streamer Jennifer Kretchmer introduces an extensive set of resources that address accessibility in gaming, streaming, live events, writing, and more. In addition to being in the 'zine, the full article is free on our website.

In Our Own Image: Radical Empathy, Trickster Gods and the Importance of Being Irritating Hugo nominee Alexandra Rowland examines how, even more than any other type of deity, tricksters hold a mirror to the human condition.

The Laughing Sage Play as a mystical trickster who help others to change, overcoming convention to be liberated to a better way of being. A magic system for Fate.

The Cathedral of Light Your starship has arrived with news that hyperspace travel is possible again—but the entire civilization of this planet has disappeared! An adventure for Return to the Stars.

Why Escapism In Fantasy, Science-Fiction and Gaming Is Essential by Priya J Sridhar

It’s Good to Know How the World Works Poet and author Sonya Taaffe examines Star Trek: Voyager’s “Jetrel” episode, Robert Oppenheimer, and the dawn of the nuclear age.

And, to celebrate, this weekend, I have bundle where you can get this brand new zine, an earlier issue, and Return to the Stars, an optimistic Sci Fi game that was a 2020 Indie Groundbreaker nominee, all for only $9.99. Check it out!

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