What It’s Really Like to Write About Videogames for a Living
When: Wednesday, May 19th at 8:00 P.M.
Where: On Zoom. Click here to register.
Have you ever thought you might want to write about videogames for a living? Curious what that might be like? Just interested in knowing about the state of the videogame industry these days? Then join us for this fun, informal panel featuring four renowned videogame journalists who are ready to answer your questions about their experiences writing about electronic entertainment and share their opinions about what the future of gaming might be.
Allegra Frank is a senior editor at Slate, covering music, video games, and the internet. She worked previously at Polygon and Vox.
Kat Bailey is a senior editor at IGN and host of Axe of the Blood God, an independent podcast devoted to the coverage of RPGs.
Nicole Carpenter covers the video game industry and its culture as a senior reporter at Polygon.
During his 15-year tenure in the games press, Jeremy Parish‘s work included stints as editor-in-chief at 1UP.com and USgamer.net, as well as contributing material to nearly a dozen different magazines. All of these publications have been shut down, so now he focuses on chronicling the history of video games as media curator at Limited Run Games and through his own podcast and video projects.