I can finally share that I’m writing a book about my favorite video game of all time, Katamari Damacy, for the third season of Boss Fight Books! It’s currently in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign, so please check it out and back it.
Some very exciting news to share!
PIGSquad (Portland Indie Game Squad) has served the indie games community of the Pacific Northwest with support, education, tool access, and events for the last 5 years. Now they’re becoming a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and I’m humbled and honored that they’ve asked me to sit on the board of directors. I’m very excited to be able to contribute my community-building and -management skills, and to help PIGSquad develop further as a safe, inclusive, accessible space.
PIGSquad is getting bigger with every event, and there are so many people who give their time and energy to help make the events and resources as good as they are; it’s a great group with an excellent future, and I am excited to be a part of it.
So excited to share that I’m going to be working out of the XOXO Outpost, an experimental co-working space for artists creating things online! I’ve written recently about longing for a community, and looking at the list of people who are participating, I honestly can’t quite believe I get to be a part of this wonderful venture.
My love cannot be confined to one single day
It cannot be confined at all
Nina, Emmett and I road-tripped to Eugene to speak at the Oregon Game Studies Conference 2016!
The panels were all super interesting, and it was really nice to speak to students and game makers in such an intimate environment. Thanks to Dante for organizing!