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Shelly Mazzanoble interview in Forbes
Posted by WJWalton on Wed 14 of Sept., 2011 09:51 PDT
Shelly Mazzanoble, author of Confessions of a Part-Time Sorceress, has published a followup: Everything I Need to Know, I Learned from Dungeons & Dragons. David Ewalt from Forbes has an interview with her:

I remember taking this psychology class in college and learning that you should watch how people are with waiters and in traffic because that is a good indication of their “human shadow”—the part of ourselves we try to hide from everyone. I think D&D is probably the best telltale for that. I’ve made some of the best friendships of my life because of the relationships my character had in the dungeon.


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