Publisher Blurb (from Kickstarter Campaign)
In 2010, I started talking about accessibility in the tabletop gaming industry through the Accessible Games blog. Since then, I've talked to a lot of people whose goals are aligned with my own, and this magazine is offering a space for these unique voices to come together and be heard.
When I started Accessible Games, I knew that people with disabilities were woefully underrepresented in our hobby. I received validation of that fact everywhere. From local conventions to GenCon, from RPGGeek to Twitter, I encountered story after story about the difficulties people with disabilities often face when participating in the hobby.
Accessible Gaming Quarterly is bringing together people with disabilities and their allies to talk about the issues we face and some solutions to overcome those challenges.