It's funny because thinking about it among my friends I feel like the lone prophet of PbtA in the wilderness. I mean, Joecrak is just south of me and he introduces some of my friends to the World Wide Wrestling Game, but I introduced my gamers to Masks (because I can't play D&D 3.5 all the time) for a once a month game, and when we are done with masks I will introduce them to another PbtA game (or maybe a Forged in the Dark game).
However, none of these people in the northern NJ/PA area would have heard of PbtA if it wasn't for me, and I would have never heard of it if it wasn't for Happy Jacks.
@EricaOdd the Monster of the Week that Adam ran was a lot of fun to listen to, though it is but one type of game that can be run in that system. I will admit that the Monster of the Week AP colored my Masks game as much as the Masks AP did.