Rodrigo García Carmona, author of the game La Puerta de Ishtar, asks us asks us to express our opinion about the format of the physical edition more suitable for his work. To do so he provides us with a survey to orient him in our preferences, giving us a choice between hardcover and paperback.
I read in the blog There’s Dungeons Down Under by David Macauley the news about the beginning of the patronage of the game Champions of Zed by Daniel Boggs. This game is characterized to be based in notes and original designs by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. If you are interested in the game (and can contribute with monetary input to get it published) do not hesitate to go to go to the Kickstarter page that the author has arranged to raise funds.
In the Catalan language blog Red Rats there’s news’ story that shows that you also can be solidary playing role-playing games (a thing anyone knows after assisting to any Ayudar Jugando edition). In this case it shows us the publishing project Buried Without Ceremony by Joe Mcdaldno, that permits to acquire his games making good deeds, a thing already done by CalaPopa (the blog’s author) because he has took part in "Un llibre per la pobresa" ("A book for poverty") in the Marató per la pobresa (Poverty Marathon) by TV3 (one of the Catalan TV channels)..
The Fanzine Rolero reaches its 40th edition with the following contents (Note: This is the English translation of the Fanzine, it is written in Spanish):
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