I spent this past weekend in Los Angeles at IndieCade 2016, a festival for independent games. IndieCade is many things—a hub for independent digital developers, a Sundance-style festival of indie games Continue Reading →
I spent most of my time at E3 standing behind an enormous sign that read “#Feminism.” E3 is a video game trade show, where new games are announced, game developers network, Continue Reading →
Today, a guest post from indie game and larp designer Julia Ellingboe, on the design of her game “You’ve Come a Long Way Baby,” for the #Feminism anthology of nano-games. Continue Reading →
Some thoughts on tone and how to win Internet arguments, inspired by the debates around gender and inclusion after Knutepunkt 2013.
Some thoughts and dilemmas around being a woman writer. Of games.
Stop reading this post right now and head over to Gaming As Women, one of my favorite new reads, where bevy of incisive women gamers write about gender representation in Continue Reading →
Women of the larp scene: run more games! Men of the larp scene: encourage women to run more games!