Daniel Golding’s ‘Not Art, You Say? In Defence of Videogames’ appears in Kill Your Darlings Issue Five. For a growing portion of the entertainment market, videogames no longer need to be defended. But how do people respond when you tell them you’re doing a PhD on videogames? … Read more »
Welcome to our first ‘Is there a doctor in the house?’ profile – a badly named but admiring look at the fascinating work of literary PhDs. A little while ago, I came across Zoë Sadokierski’s PhD research blog. I was immediately intrigued by her posts, which deal … Read more »
I have always tried hard not to mysticise the creative process. To me, imagination, although precious and powerful, is not supernatural; ideas come to us through a process of conscious and subconscious suggestion. Writers draw upon facts, or experience; they write from a position of knowledge or … Read more »
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