If you’re looking for an in-depth discussion of what to expect from Spiral Radio101, this isn’t exactly the right place. Let me point you over to this post – I think it’ll have everything you want to know.
If you’re interested in learning more about the team behind Spiral Radio101, then read on!
Stephen – Stephen started with the network back at the very beginning of Ravenwood Radio in October 2009. In fact, the studio bears the name of his trademark character (Spiritcaller Studios). He is a dyed-in-the-wool gamer, enjoying video games of every stripe from Combat on the Atari 2600 to modern day single and multi-player games on both consoles and PCs. Away from the screen, he plays old school pen-and-paper RPGs (Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, etc.), science-fiction and fantasy in all their forms (books, television, movies…interpretive dance), writes and fosters the geekly development of his daughter.
Christina – Christina started playing MMOs (and video games in general) in 2009 at the tender age of 39. That’s right, no matter what she says, she is in fact older than Stephen. Her first game was Wizard101, which she first played to be sure it was a good game for her nine year-old son. Of course it was! She wormed her way onto Ravenwood Radio in an early episode as a guest host, and started helping with the chat room and contributing her “Tip of the Iceberg” segment soon thereafter. Her son got in on the act with his segment “Stuff Stormy Says” for the first few years as well. She wore many hats on the Ravenwood Radio crew and was the third co-host. She was also co-host of Pieces of Eight Radio and a few other podcasts throughout the years. When she’s not putting the ban hammer on pixelated baddies, she works on her quest for a PhD in Literature, tries to keep up with Stormy’s teenage eating habits, and bows to the will of her cats, Tilly and Dodger.
(I’ll get everyone else up here just as soon as I can!)