Not too long ago, my friend Jason Thurston died. In this week's Across the Table, he's here to talk about mental illness, suicide, brain surgery, and, of course, death.
Erin Campbell is a self-described handful. Before she was hosting her Magic interview podcast, The Deck Tease on GatheringMagic.com, she was tearing up World of Warcraft and blogging all about it. Oh, and she’s a trangendered woman to boot.
Robert Vroman’s been out of the game for a while, but his Vintage innovation carved out a place for him in Magic’s history.
You've probably never heard of him, but writer Titus Chalk is about to publish one of the most important pieces of Magic writing in the history of the game.
Before he was a world-traveling, freelance-filmmaking co-creator of Walking the Planes, Nathan Holt was a giant, basketball-playing theatre geek who worked odd jobs between roles.
Adam Styborski works harder than you. Between his marketing gig at Geico, traveling to tournaments for Wizards, managing GatheringMagic.com, being a dad and a husband, and the laundry, he’s a busy guy.
Matthew “Ogre” Stevens has made quite the reputation for himself buying, selling, and trading Magic cards in North America...
Usman Jamil's about as St. Louis as it gets, with his part Pakistani, part Indian, part nerd upbringing and all. In this week's episode, my roommate John joins us after a late night of 20 Questions, Cubing, Pauper EDH, and drinking.
From all the way in Prince Rupert, BC, Canada, Rob Gruber and Across the Table talked about gaming, generational Dungeons and Dragons, both kinds of exercise, and much more.
In this week's episode, we talked with Magic financier Jason E Alt about swimming, spread, sausages, and much more (okay, we didn't talk about sausages).