The number of games in the OSR is overwhelming. I think the best place to start is with a retro-clone.
Make to Know is a book about art and creativity. Ostensibly, it is for "creative people," but I think it has something for all of us to consider.
The book begins with "What is the thing that we call a role-playing game?" Jon Peterson doesn't answer that question but he did document the first conversations of people attempting to.
Brian of Welcome to the Deathtrap posted a nice review of Swords & Wizardry Complete on his blog last week. I'll add my own thoughts about the game, why it has been my primary game for several years and some thoughts about why I think you might want to try it out. Brian wrote a …
If you enjoy dark fantasy and are looking for some entertainment, I recommend The Witcher on Netflix. @witchernetflix #witcher
Whether you are trying to figure out where creativity comes from, how to find an audience for your creations or how to keep going when your creativity seems to be failing you, I think you'll find something in one of these books that will help..
I received Rocketbook Beacons from my wife as a birthday gift this year. I hadn't used them very much until my game group moved our games to Skype a few months back. Recently I've been using them more and more. It's a great tool and I'll show you a bit of how I'm using them. …