Chris Perrin

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Chris Perrin (born April 6, 1978 in Independence, MO) is a professional food writer and podcaster who lives and writes in Overland Park, KS (a suburb of Kansas City). He attended the University of Kansas where he received a degree in English. He also wrote the Mecha Role Playing Game Role Playing Game, published by Heroic Journey Publishing.

Food[edit]

Chris says that his passion for food began when he cooked in the kitchen with his father, whom Chris still considers a wonderful cook. Chris uses the kitchen as classroom, therapy, science lab, and a way to connect with his wife and son. He shares his experiences on his blog at BlogWellDone.com [1], and through his articles.[1] His work can be found in Biao Magazine,[2] Women's Edition Johnson County[3] and The Dabbling Mum [4]

The Canon Puncture Show[edit]

Chris is also a host of The Canon Puncture Show[2], a bi-weekly show about tabletop RPGs, from playing them to making them. The various hosts talk amongst themselves and with people they think are cool.[5]

The Canon Puncture Show was a 2008 nominee for the Diana Jones Award.

Echoes From the Rifts[edit]

Chris has been the host of Echoes From the Rifts,[6] a podcast which focuses on Palladium Books and features interviews with various Palladium personalities including founder Kevin Siembieda.

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