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Video Games and Parochialism

John H. Stevens has an article over at SF Signal titled “De-Parochializing SF Criticism: Is It Really Necessary? Or Even Possible?” The article is part of a larger column that he does weekly (?) about science fiction/fantasy and how those … Continue reading

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On Moorcocks’s Starship Stormtroopers

I really like this essay by Moorcock. I don’t have a lot to say about it–it factors into basically any piece of literary analysis or media criticism that I do. The reason that I am making this post is that … Continue reading

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On Reality is Broken by Jane McGonigal 2

You can first my first post about Reality is Broken¬†here. Second Critique: The Role of the Game This is more of an elaborate analysis of the way that McGonigal thinks about the way that games shape human interaction. We have … Continue reading

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On Reality is Broken by Jane McGonigal

I finished this book last week, and I have a couple criticisms that I need to get out there before they break my brain. First Critique: The Role of the Player McGonigal begins her book Reality is Broken¬†with an anecdote … Continue reading

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