About/Contact Us/Donate

The general contact point for Strange Assembly is to e-mail Chris Stevenson, Managing Editor. Anything you see on the website that doesn’t have a specific credit, it’s Chris’s fault. This is the e-mail address if:

– You want to make general show comments, criticism, and other input;
– You are interested in being interviewed or otherwise appearing on the show;
– You have a card game, board game, or RPG that you want Strange Assembly to review (please no prototype copies);
– You are interested in sponsoring an episode; or
– Any random other thing.

You’ll see a mention of review copies above. For some of the content on this site, promotional consideration has been provided in the form of review copies.

You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter.

For technical difficulties with the podcast or website, you can e-mail Chris or Webmaster Jay Earle (who also writes as IsawaSteve).

Strange Assembly is not free, and we have expenses such as equipment, bandwidth, and domain registration that we incur. We also have travel expenses to events like GenCon where, we think, we produce some of our most interesting content. You can support our efforts on Patreon (it’s like Kickstarter, but for repeat content creators). Plus, you can support us directly by clicking below. Also, receiving donations makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside. We appreciate any contribution you would like to make to defray these expenses. Thank you.

6 thoughts on “About/Contact Us/Donate

  1. Hey there!
    Yo wanted a quarter for better audio equipment in episode 21, I would like to offer you at least 10x that amount. Awesome! Right? 😉

    Anyway, I am unable to find an actual donate link around here.

  2. Hi guys,
    while I find your website quite a blast I found the application of this winter theme with little white snow flakes wandering especially over the full text block very very very annoyoing! It was so disturbing that I even copy and pasted certain passages of your text into my local text editor since I found it otherwise impossible to read.Maybe you can limit this effect to the first image on top of an article?!

    regards Andy

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