Gay Gods of Gaming

About

At Gay Gods of Gaming, two atheist gay gamers – Corey Clapp and James Croft – explore the worlds of queer culture, gaming culture, and organized atheism with a blend of wit, wisdom, and wickedness that tickles the palette and expands the mind.

James Croft is a doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a Humanist, atheist, and LGBTQ activist, and a huge nerd. He started playing video games when he was 6 when his parents bought an Amiga 500, and progressed from point-and-click adventure games to Warhammer and Magic: The Gathering. The rest is history. His upcoming book, coauthored with New York Times bestselling author Greg Epstein, will be published by Simon and Schuster. He was raised on Shakespeare, Sagan, and Star Trek.

James blogs on the atheist channel of the Patheos network at Temple of the Future, and can be booked as a public speaker, trainer, or coach at Rouse Them.