Day: May 21, 2014

Stories from Comics Academe: Visualizing a Story of Cancer’s Culture

What Graphic Novels Tell Us About Cancer Care, Greedy Stories, and the Ethnographic Method On April 30, 2014, I attended a lecture at Soka University in California entitled “What Graphic Novels Tell Us About Cancer Care, Greedy Stories, and the Ethnographic Method” by Juliet McMullin, a professor of anthropology at the University of California-Riverside. Among…

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Webcomics: In loving memory

I discovered the wonderful world of webcomics over a decade ago thanks to my best friend and internet Big Sis, Selena Ulrich. She introduced me to the likes of Cool Cat Studio and Sinfest. Along with Livejournal, webcomics became an integral part of getting through those slow work days. And webcomics never meant more to…

GYGO: Accessibility Jam

Attention gamers, Wednesday’s news is now all about what’s cooking in all corners of the gaming world. Get ready to have your world rocked by news about video, tabletop, RPGs, game design, cons, and maybe even a LARP story or two.

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