I co-edited this anthology with Bonnie Ruberg. Queer Game Studies features essays by game designers, journalists and academics, some from the very first Queerness and Games Conference. It is a landmark anthology on what we are calling a paradigm shift, where queer topics are not just discussed in games but key concepts from queer theory are shifting the very boundaries of game studies.
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Sarah Stang, Synoptique
Tom Welch, The Velvet Light Trap
Mantas Krisciunas, Pop Matters
E. Deshane, First Person Scholar, Re-imagining the Borderlands
Tasia Alexopoulos, Feminist Media Studies
Jason Lajoie, Electronic Book Review, What is queer game studies?
Charley Reed, Critical Studies in Media Communication
Marcus Tran Degnan, LA Review of Books, Gaming Gone Queer
Alex Tunney, Lambda Literary, Queer Game Studies Review
Raymond Simon, Game On!, Off the Bookshelf: Queer Game Studies
Greg J. Smith, Creative Applications, Queer Game Studies- an Alternative Lens for Reading Videogames
chiconuclear, Anait Games, Queer Game Studies, de Adrienne Shaw y Bonnie Ruberg (eds.)
Amos Lassen, Reviews by Amos Lassen, Queer Game Studies edited by Bonnie Ruberg and Adrienne Shaw- Video Games and Youth Culture