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All Bark No Dice Episode 8: Fun With Fungi w/ Toni Winslow-Brill

In the final episode of our Candlekeep Mysteries series, Dan talks with Toni Winslow-Brill, a supermom and sometimes half-dragon who also contributed “Xanthoria” to the new book, a dark and horrifying story of a power mad druid and her quest for lichdom. We discuss how she approaches storytelling in her writing, the editorial process in publishing, and whether D&D will get teenagers to think you’re cool.

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4:00 – Getting Into D&D

10:00 – Approaching Stories

25:00 – Getting The Call And Writing “Xanthoria”

"Xanthoria" by Toni Winslow-Brill

Candlekeep Mysteries is available for pre-order at your FLGS or online and releases on March 16, 2021

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  • Dan Arndt

    Fiction writer, board game fanatic, DM. Has an MFA and isn't quite sure what to do now. If you have a dog, I'd very much like to pet it. Operating out of Indianapolis.

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