Hi folks, it’s me, C.J., with an announcement about an upcoming local talk.
In a few weeks I’ll be giving an all-ages presentation at the Kirkland Town Library about getting into the games industry, followed by a Twine workshop.
If you happen to be in or near the picturesque small town of Clinton, NY on 10 June 2017, I’d love to see you there (but space is limited so please sign up beforehand).
Full details below, as published in this week’s issue of The Waterville Times.
Hey, this is C.J. reporting in.
Recently, I was invited to speak at the East Coast Game Conference on the topic of narrative minimalism, as well as sit on a panel (with Alex Kain, Toiya Kristen Finley, Brian Kindregan, and Jesse Scoble) on breaking in as a game writer.
It was a wonderful opportunity to see some familiar faces, meet new people (especially local students), and learn more about the development community in the Raleigh/Durham area. Despite reservations about the legislative fiasco known as HB2, I loved visiting North Carolina and am excited to return to the conference next year.
For those interested in the slides and speaker notes from the presentation “Songs of Solitude: Telling More Story with Less”, the full deck is embedded below.
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