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Accessible Gaming Quarterly, an RPG Zine

A project in Frankfort, KY by Jacob Wood
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A quarterly zine about tabletop RPG accessibility.
Backers: 161
Average Pledge Per Backer: $30

Funded: $4,900 of $4,000
Dates: Feb 11th -> Feb 25th (14 days)
Project By: Jacob Wood
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Latest News

126 FOR 100%!

February 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
hi  FOLKS, We did it! With just 126 backers, we managed to raise over $4,000 in 12 days. That is an absolutely incredible feat.  My original projections assumed we would need 143 backers at $28 each, so we reached our goal ahead of schedule. We're... (Read More)

Congrats to Elsa for the Nebula Nomination

February 21st - via: kickstarter.com
One of our contributors, Elsa Shenneson, recently received a nomination for a Nebula Award for excellence in game writing.  I was planning on writing a quick shout-out update about this book today when I stumbled upon this announcement. I guess it's... (Read More)

100+ Backers

February 20th - via: kickstarter.com
Wow. Again. I'm blown away. Last night, I received an email from Kickstarter stating we just hit 100 backers. They suggested we round everyone up on two busses and take you all out for pizza. While I don't think that's practical given our... (Read More)

Two-thirds! And two things...

February 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi folks,  First thing's first. Thanks to some very generous support, we've now passed the two-thirds mark with 67% funding. We have just a few days left to raise the last $1500, but I think we're in great shape. We've also been generating a good... (Read More)

What's Her Name?

February 16th - via: kickstarter.com
You've encountered her once or twice. You may recognize her face. But you can't quite put a name to it. Who am I? That's because she doesn't have one. Yet. Here's where you come in. Now that we've passed the 50% threshold, you've unlocked a contest... (Read More)

You know what I just realized?

February 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi folks, As I write this, we're at 43% of our funding goal with over $1700 pledged.  As I was looking at the percentage of funding relative to other Zine Quest projects, I have to admit I felt a little discouraged. Other zines have hit 200%+ and... (Read More)

Accessibility is the New Normal

February 12th - via: kickstarter.com
The following is a mini article written by Justin Oldham. Justin is going to be contributing three full-length articles to Accessible Gaming Quarterly: one for players, one for GMs, and one for game designers. If you appreciate this work, you'll... (Read More)

A Quarterly of the way there!

February 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi folks, I was planning for the first update to include a mini essay written by Justin Oldham, one of the magazine's contributors, but we passed the 25% mark so quickly that I wanted to pop in and give a quick shout-out first. I'm amazed at how much... (Read More)

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