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Interviewed by Pop Mythology, Referenced by GeekParty

Recently, Jess Kroll from interviewed me for their excellent online publication and I am doubly honored that the article has been filed under the category of "Applied Geekism" which is officially my new favorite achievement. You can check out the article here:

I would also like to thank Jess Kroll for allowing me the chance to explain myself, what it is I research, and where I envision this field will be in the coming decades. This article for Pop Mythology was probably my most lucid. I found that when re-reading it, I was nodding to myself and saying, "Yeah, I guess that IS what I do."

As an addendum, I should also say that this article was quickly referenced by Tim Evans at in the following article:

This turned out to be a very pleasant surprise, indeed, especially since Mr. Evans seems to agree with my fringe ideas on narrative in games. These days I actually half expect that if there is an article written about me or my research by someone I don't really know that well, it will be some kind of character assassination, or perhaps an invitation for life-shortening comment troll wars, but such was not the case. And factually, it has never been that way, so I suppose I am just doing my usual doomsayer thing.

In any event, what a way to approach the end of 2014, which has been an asbolutely phenomenal year.

About the Author

PhD Candidate in Japan, researching Narrative in Games. Responds favorably to Thrash Metal, Karaoke, and Dungeons & Dragons.

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