The Troll in the Corner Podcast Network


Welcome to the Troll in the Corner Podcast Network

Interested in getting the latest in geek scuttlebutt? How about hearing how independent game developers do their thing? Need some new, free music?  Check out what the TCPN has to offer! Over 4200 listeners a month and growing already tune in!

TCPN is actively seeking sponsors who would like a 30-60 second spot in any or all of our podcasts. Please contact us if you’re interested!

Indie Talks


Indie Talks is a discussion about independent publishing, where we take a look at indie games, the people who write them, and the people who play them. Indie Talks is a bi-monthly podcast in the same way that the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a trilogy. Catch up through RSS, on the site or on iTunes!

Contact me with comments:, follow me on twitter @trollitc and also check us out on iTunes! While you’re at it, there’s the Indie Talks Facebook page and the Indie Talks Google+ page. Myspace…well, I won’t go there if you wont. Please do rate this podcast on iTunes, and leave feedback through any of these links!


Wargaming Recon

Wargaming Recon Host Jonathan J. Reinhart has been unleashing historical  and New England gaming twice a month since 2006! The show interviews guests, reviews products, discusses conventions, discusses literature, and runs many contests and giveaways. Keep up to date on RSS, iTunes, or on its own Blog where you can listen to episodes LIVE!

Send your e-mails to, check out the Facebook page, and the Twitter account @cwfgamecast. Please rate us on iTunes and send your feedback to us using any of the above methods.


Geeks Explicitly

Geeks ExplicitlyJonathan J. Reinhart discusses anything and everything that comes to his geeky mind, unfiltered and unedited. Catch up on RSS, on the site or on iTunes!

Be sure to tell your friends about Geeks Explicitly. You can contact me by e-mailing, follow me on Twitter @GeeksExplicitly, or Like the Facebook page.



Monsters of the Shattered World

Monsters Logo 1300x1300Monsters of the Shattered World is a monthly story podcast, in which a scholar goes on the road to document the various monsters of his world. He learns about all sorts of monsters. All sorts.

Catch up through RSS or on the site, or on iTunes.

Contact me with comments: or +Brent Newhall.


Growing Geeks


Welcome to Growing Geeks! A podcast where we talk about parenting as geeks and using our skills to raise the next generation of awesome people.

We would love to get your feedback about our show! Contact me with comments:  Check us out on iTunes and you can even catch us on Stitcher.

Many thanks to Jeremy Kostiew for creating the Indie Talks, Geeks Explicitly, Gamer Tunes, and Monsters of the Shattered World logos! Check out his work at

About Ben

I'm a geek. A nerd, a dweeb, whatever. Yes I owned garb, yes I still own medieval weaponry. And yeah, I could kick your butt in Mechwarrior the CCG. I love video games, role playing games, tactical board games and all forms of speculative fiction. I will never berate someone for wanting to be a Jedi and take everything Gary Gygax ever wrote as gospel. Well, all of this but that last bit.

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  7. Great first episode! I am definitely of a similar ilk to you two. I have a daughter who is being raised within a geek-filled household. My wife is not as involved in the geek community as I am but she does love to play board games, is a huge movie-goer and is very supportive of any geeky activities we may do as a family!

    As Tristan knows, I have started a blog, The Geek Kid Project. I am fortunate to have a bunch of awesome friends (and their families) who enjoy doing things together. We will be documenting the big and small geeky activities on this blog. I hope we can get some new ideas and activities by listening to this podcast.

    One last comment – I like how you explain to your kids the ‘theory’ behind the activities (boogers!). For me, just doing a geeky activity is fun but talking about what we did makes it worthwhile.

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