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You might recall that about a year ago, I had the pleasure of attending and participating in the Thinking After Dark conference (my notes: one, two, and three). Now, several of the papers presented at that conference (including, I’m honored to report, my own) are available in the latest issue.

Half of the issue is in French, but for those of you who (like me) don’t speak that beautiful language, there’s still a lot of quality to digest here. I particularly enjoyed William Huber’s Catch and Release: Ludological Dynamics in Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, and Clara Fern

4 thoughts on “Loading… considers our favorite genre

  1. Thanks for sharing! Those were some very interesting papers. I was glad that the French documents were translated because that Lovecraft article was the first thing to catch my eye.

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    Thanks for the awesome information Chris! I read your presentation and it’s very informative and interesting, keep up the awesome work!

  3. That was a really great presentation, it’s fun to watch you cut loose and write in long format. I think this is the first time I’ve seen you use statistics gathered from this site to use for an article. The Catch and Release article was a bit dry and a superfluous amount of big words, and the Dracula Defanged was a bit boring.

    PS Kaeles, where was the Lovecraft article translated to English? I checked around and all I could find was the summary translated, and I felt that was a mean tease.

  4. Yeah, that was my bad. I read a couple of the English articles and then checked the Lovecraft article and saw the summary translated, which I thought was the case with the rest of the article. When I went back to read the rest I felt pretty stupid. I should have come back and noted the error. My apologies.

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