Longform interviews and features about Reacting to the Past. I'll talk with game designers, Reacting veterans and newcomers with interesting experiences and ideas. You’ll get new ideas about how games work, how to use them in your classroom, and about the Reacting community in general.
In this episode I talk with John Moser, the author of the Japan and July Crisis games and co-author of the Yalta game. We talk about how he learned about reacting, how to write games about diplomacy and politics, and his favorite Reacting story.
On what would have been the 20th RttP Annual Institute, Mark Carnes, John Burney, Pat Coby, Jenn Worth, Michaele Ferguson, David Worthington and Violet Lumani reflect on how the conference came to be, how it's changed since it began, and why it's so meaningful to them.