My first video review! I might do more of these, even though this one has some audio issues. Feedback is appreciated!
I’m really proud of Skye. Not so proud of Black Widow. Well, not necessarily proud of Skye as I am with the writers of “Agents of SHIELD” and how they … Continue reading “Agents of SHIELD,” motherhood, and the Black Widow problem
In the wake of PAX East, it seemed appropriate that my piece on GaymerX, which includes an interview with co-founder Matt Conn, would get posted on Kill Screen. We talked … Continue reading A video game convention for the LGBT community widens its scope – Kill Screen
First review of 2015! Here, I reviewed “Elegy for a Dead World,” which is a game about writing and… little else. This isn’t inherently a bad thing. I think games … Continue reading Elegy for a Dead World Review – KillScreen
My first post for BDCWire has me writing about Alternicon, a small convention that happened in Boston last weekend. It brought together webcomic artists, fans of webcomic artists, along with … Continue reading Alternicon: From Podcasts to BDSM Fiction, a Celebration of Self-Publishing – BDCWire
The book doesn’t truly end once you close it. Artists are very pensive people. At Postmortem Mag, we believe that if you are an artist, you are never finished. Even … Continue reading CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – New online magazine seeks articles for website launch
MMMM… Chris Hemsworth… Uhh.. yeah so I wrote this thing for The Mary Sue based on a thought I had while watching Thor: The Dark World. There’s a moment when Thor is … Continue reading Does the Marvel Cinematic Universe Play to the Female Gaze? – The Mary Sue
Well it’s finally here, the final chapter. I still don’t quite know what I think but this was a good start to that discussion and those feelings, especially since the Walking … Continue reading The Walking Dead’s season finale crystallizes the game’s uneasy morality – Kill Screen
Can we think about the implications that criticism means nothing without the reader? Can we think about a film or a book that cares so little about what the audience thinks when in actuality, that’s who it is for?
Hello y’all, In the wake of Depression Quest’s Steam release and my own recent struggles with mental illness I decided to interview a few people about the games they’ve made … Continue reading Silent Killer: Mental Illness and Videogames as Therapy – Paste Magazine
In this article I interviewed Swedish developer SImon Karlsson, who is making a game entirely out of paper. I was very intrigued by the concept of making a game based … Continue reading Simon Karlsson on the Papercraft of A Song for Viggo – Paste Magazine
This was a weird one. It’s strange in general to think about writing a review for a game that you haven’t played all the way through, let alone one as, … Continue reading The Walking Dead’s penultimate episode is strangely subdued – Kill Screen