Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Things I Wrote Elsewhere

This is a week old by now, but if you haven't checked it out, please feel free to do so:


The unofficial theme of First Person Scholar this month is "editorial perspectives," and this piece is my attempt to justify why a publication about videogames should do a book review every three weeks. And it touches on some of my larger ethos regarding scholarship in general. To any of the blog's regular readers (if I still have regular readers) who check it out, I've got a question: do you find it any different in tone than what I do here? Just curious.

Later Days.

1 comment:

Ryan said...

It starts off in a pretty similar tone, but when you get into the more academic portion in the second paragraph or so it becomes significantly more formal. It's still a lot more laid back than anything you'd see in a typical academic publishing, which makes it a lot easier and more enjoyable to read, especially coming at it from a decidedly non-academic standpoint, but a lot of your stuff on the blog is somewhat more lighthearted in tone; it seems that you're taking the FPS writings a little more seriously, if that makes sense.