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you used to be someone is out!

You have no idea how long it’s been since you last set foot outside your cramped little apartment. You don’t really talk to anyone. You can’t focus on work. You barely have any appetite to speak of, literally and figuratively. … Continue reading

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New game: #nofilter

Last weekend, I participated in GAMERella 2017. As has become a tradition, I teamed up with Jess, and this time around, we adopted two new game jammers: Serena Fisher and Diana Lazzaro (aka Gar). What we ended up making was … Continue reading

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Montreal, for boring old white people: a report on two walking tour experiences

The following is an essay I wrote for a graduate seminar I am currently taking called “Performative Dramaturgies”. I thought it would make for an interesting blog post, so I’m reposting it here. This year is the 375th anniversary of … Continue reading

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you used to be someone – design goals

you used to be someone is a work in progress about my experiences with depression. It entails going for a solitary walk at night in an attempt to alleviate restlessness and agitation, frequenting the kinds of spaces that stay open … Continue reading

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Scattered thoughts on QGCon 2017

Cross-posted to ReFiG (Refiguring Innovation in Games), who sponsored my writeup as well as my trip to this year’s QGCon. Early this month, the Queerness and Games Conference took place at the University of Southern California. This was the fourth … Continue reading

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QGCon 2017: falling in love in a cyberpunk dystopia

Below is the text of a talk I gave at last weekend’s Queerness and Games conference, as part of a microtalk series on the topic of “Out of Sheer Spite”, moderated by Kris Ligman. This time last year, I went … Continue reading

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DomPam2 release!

I’m super proud to announce that I’ve now completed the long-awaited sequel to Dominique Pamplemousse! I can’t believe it’s already been exactly four years since I released the first game. A lot has happened in the intervening time: I went … Continue reading

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