Allyson Dylan Robinson is a lifelong role-player and gamer girl and an occasional writer of sci-fi and alternate history stories. By day, she leads diversity and inclusion initiatives for a large tech company (though the opinions and perspectives she shares here are solely her own). She has four children, all of whom are avid gamers, and she lives in Seattle, Washington.
August 24th, 2020 | 1 hr 4 mins
In this episode I talk with Allyson Robinson about ways that role playing games can help us learn how to be more vulnerable, empathetic, and compassionate. Can DnD really save us? How can we create spaces for these games that help us grow and have fun?