Video games

From princess to warrior, female characters in video games are changing
Mary Lee Sauder
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Mary Lee SauderMary Lee Sauder
After the hard-hitting East Coast lifestyle hit me a bit too hard, I started pursuing my passion as a writer in my cozy home state of Ohio. Aside from that, I spend my time cooking, cosplaying, collecting anime merch, and being an improv comedy actor. I also love sneaking alliterations and stupid puns into my writing, so be on the lookout for them!
Jul 31, 2019
Why your relationships fail, according to your 'Stardew Valley' spouse
Chrissy Montelli
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Chrissy MontelliChrissy Montelli
Chrissy Montelli is a poet & freelance writer originally from Long Island, New York. An alumna of the UMass Amherst MFA program, she is the author of two chapbooks, Heart Float (Bottlecap Press, 2017) & Going to Ithaca (Ghost City Press, 2017). Her poetry can also be found in Noble / Gas Qtrly, The Adirondack Review, Atrocity Exhibition, Gandy Dancer, & elsewhere. She was once bullied by The Washington Post for blogging about poetry not being dead. Find her online at chrissymontelli.wordpress.com.
Jul 26, 2019
Breaking down 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' characters based on science
Alane Lim
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Alane LimAlane Lim
Alane Lim is a materials science PhD candidate at Northwestern University, with degrees in chemistry and cognitive science from Johns Hopkins University. She has published pieces in entertainment, satire, journalism, and science writing. Check out her portfolio at www.alanelim.com.
Jul 17, 2019
Atari CEO Frédéric Chesnais on blockchain, crowdfunding, and video game trends
Amanda Lauren
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Amanda LaurenAmanda Lauren
Creator of blog posts, articles, podcasts, comedy and social media updates.
Jul 15, 2019
Robert Rodriguez’s 'The Limit' could be the movie VR filmmaking needs now
Tyler Hayes
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Tyler HayesTyler Hayes
Tyler Hayes is a technology writer based in California. He’s easily sucked into a debate about which streaming music service is currently the best. He has contributed extensively to Fast Company, as well as Buzzfeed, Billboard, The Week, Digital Trends, and many more.
Jan 24, 2019

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