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Science Fiction Film & Television: special issue exploring the boundaries between science fiction studies and game studies – free to read interviews

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Out now, Science Fiction Film & Television Volume 14.2, a special issue exploring the boundaries between science fiction studies and game studies, guest edited by Darshana Jayemanne and Cameron Kunzelman, including interviews free to read for a limited time. 

This issue contains four interviews conducted during 2020 with the award-winning video game writer Meghna Jayanth; the fiction writer and PhD student Ruth Booth; Friends at the Table facilitator, storyteller and critic Austin Walker; and the game studies scholar Souvik Mukherjee.

Interviews free to read for three months:

‘ALLOWING OURSELVES TO BE MORE DIVERSE’: MEGHNA JAYANTH ON GAME NARRATIVE, LABOUR AND 80 DAYS
CAMERON KUNZELMAN AND DARSHANA JAYEMANNE

‘YOU CAN USE COUNTERFACTUALITY TO CHALLENGE EMPIRE’: SOUVIK MUKHERJEE ON SPECULATION, POSTCOLONIALISM AND GAMES
DARSHANA JAYEMANNE AND CAMERON KUNZELMAN

‘RETELLINGS AND REVERSIONS’: A CONVERSATION ON WRITING GAME EXPERIENCE WITH RUTH E.J. BOOTH
DARSHANA JAYEMANNE AND CAMERON KUNZELMAN

‘EACH OF THOSE TOOLS, EACH OF THOSE GAMES’: AUSTIN WALKER ON WRITING, GAMING AND GAME MASTERING
CAMERON KUNZELMAN


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