Plans for GX Australia 2017 are starting to take shape, and you can help out! If you did not attend GXAustralia, and have some suggestions, they'd love to hear from you! We're starting to plan GX Australia 2017, and need your help! In order to make the next GX Australia the best it can possibly … Continue reading 2017 Suggestions wanted for @GXAustralia
Women in Game Development Breaking the Glass Level Cap Edited by Jennifer Brandes Helpler Disclosure: I have had the chance to collaborate with many of the women who contributed to this book. Either by writing for them, collaborating with them on projects, having them as a guest on my podcast, or paneling with them at … Continue reading Review – Women in Game Development – Breaking the Glass Level Cap
Cosplay is very much like my life: meticulously crafted through thoughtful decision-making, nervously held together at the seams, and ready to fall apart at any moment. Regardless, conventions remain events where I am filled with feelings of wonder, excitement and love. Conventions have become a place where I am able to present myself in ways … Continue reading Cosplay and the Question of Contextual Sensitivity
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/836732297/talk-to-me-visual-novel/widget/video.html A plot-driven romantic visual novel with an LGBTQ+ cast that explores themes of mental health, loss, and identity. [BxG/B] About this project Talk to Me is a romantic Western Visual Novel. [BxG, BxB] There are no typical "bad", "good" or “true” endings. Just endings. Originally, Talk to Me (then named You Can Talk to Me) … Continue reading Signal Boost – Talk to Me, Visual Novel Kickstarter
Call for more programming submissions from our POC community members! Only Four Days left to submit programming! Hi! I’m putting on my Diversity Liaison hat before I start waving at you for a moment of your time. GaymerX 4 is coming up this fall and programming suggestions are open until July 1st. Convention content comes … Continue reading .@GaymerX Call for programming submissions from our POC community members!
Found Loot is an initiative inspired by and modeled after Fund Club (created by Ashe Dryden ofAlterConf and Shanley of Model View Culture) to help fund gaming & gaming related projects by diverse creators. Funding is provided by members who agree to a $50 per month donation directly to the organization or group that we … Continue reading Introducing Found Loot: Pledge $50/Month to diverse games/gaming related projects