>Q&A with Ethan Gilsdorf (plus incriminating photos)on WIRED.COM/ Geek Dad
>WBUR/Morning Edition: preview of Pax East convention
>Radio interview on Air America's Inside Story w/ Ana Marie Cox (originally aired Sat Nov 7 and Sun Nov 8, 2009) archived here (skip ahead to about minute 18:00) [NOTE: this link is dead now that Air America has stopped broadcasting. ;-( ]
>National Public Radio: PART 1: listen to Ethan Gilsdorf on "Around and About." Michael Edward Miller interviewed Gilsdorf when he stopped in Chattanooga for a book signing and reading at Rock Point Books. "Around and About" is a program on the NPR station WUTC 88.1 FM in Chattanooga, TN
>Archived recording of my appearance on TheOneRing.net BlogTalk Radio, the online radio program for TheOneRing.net Tolkien fan website (recorded Sun Dec 6, 2009)
>Interview on GlobalComment.com, August 31, 2009, "From Tolkienites to Warcraft warriors: an interview with Ethan Gilsdorf"
>Listen to a Podcast on the Wizards of the Coast/Dungeons & Dragons website (recorded in Seattle Nov 13, 2009). In this episode, host Bart Carroll picks up the mike to interview Ethan Gilsdorf, author of Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks: An Epic Quest for Reality Among Role Players, Online Gamers, and Other Dwellers of Imaginary Realms.
>Some comments on "gamer shame" here --- elizabethstark.com
>Listen to a podcast with Ethan Gilsdorf on the Examiner.com
>Interview in the Internet Review of Books: "In a complex world where our fates would seem beyond our control, who wouldn’t want to return to a simpler time, or wield a wand or magic sword, shoot fireballs and be the hero? ..."
>An hour-long chat on Craig Crossman's Computer America (originally recorded 11/3/09). Skip ahead through the chit-chat to about minute 4:00 ...
>Interview with Ethan Gilsdorf on the gaming site "Grinding to Valhalla," which declares it is "recognizing heroes of the MMO community one interview at a time." Me a hero? Not sure. But I did answer some questions. ... I say stuff like, "People — parents, teachers, also have questions about how safe it is to immerse yourself in these fantasy worlds. There are concerns about addiction and abuse. Are we all “escaping” and if so, why?"
>a brief Q&A at Gameloft.com
>a long Q&A at Alltern8.com (this displays weird in Safari; use Firefox)
>Ethan Gilsdorf on the Steve Katsos Show (Dec 8, 2009)
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