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News

We Finally Know Why The Olympic Diving Pool Turned Green — Gizmodo — Aug 14, 2016
Here’s Another Reason Not To Support Trump’s Border Wall — Gizmodo — Aug. 17, 2016

Features

Flesh & Twine — Bitch Magazine — Aug. 11, 2015
Do motivational apps really work? That may depend on you — Boston Globe — July 29, 2016
After Just Two Weeks, Gravity Falls Fans Complete Incredible Global Cipher Hunt — io9 — Aug. 3, 2016

The ‘War Birds’ Tabletop Anthology Shows the Grit and Grace of Women Under Pressure — Waypoint — Jan. 18. 2017

How ‘Powerless’ Sets the Tone for the Ordinary in a Heroic Universe — Geek.com — Feb. 2, 2017

Interviews

Silent Killer: Mental Illness and Videogames as Therapy — Paste Magazine — Sept. 2, 2014
“Original Gamer” — Motherboard — June 29, 2015
The Creator of ‘Ethical Ad Blocker’ Is Trying to Build an Ethical Tech Business — Motherboard — Oct. 7, 2015
From Zombies to Telepathy: When Science Takes on the Supernatural — Motherboard — Oct. 31, 2015
AAA Refugees: The Flame in the Flood and the Rise of the Boston Indies — Paste Magazine — March 7, 2016
‘Powerpuff Girls’ harness their powers for a new generation — Boston Globe — May 17, 2016

Cultural analysis

Games of Love: The Relationships of Mass Effect and Fire Emblem — Paste Magazine — July 15, 2014
Why a Woman Should Host The Daily Show — Paste Magazine — Feb. 11, 2015
Plague Inc. and Ebola: The Unsettling Realism of Epidemic Simulators — Paste Magazine — Feb. 18, 2015
What a children’s show can teach us about sex and healthy relationships — Polygon — July 14, 2015
Armada and the Geek Hero Complex: Why Ernest Cline Needs to Move On — Paste Magazine — Aug. 13, 2015
Why do we keep finding Nazis on the moon? — Motherboard — Feb. 25, 2016
The politics of late night television — Paste Magazine — Sept. 21, 2016
What ‘Silent Hill 2’ Gets Right About Mental Illness – Inverse – Feb. 10, 2017

Personal Essays

Stranger Things Is a Nerdy Story That Is So Much More Than Its References — io9 — Aug. 2, 2016

Reviews

Carrie Fisher’s ‘The Princess Diarist’ is Frank, Cringeworthy, and Perfect— Geek.com — Jan. 10, 2017