Call for Submissions: Gender and sexual diversity in games history (Memory Insufficient - the games history ezine)

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Call for Submissions: Gender and sexual diversity in games history
Memory Insufficient - the games history ezine

To accompany the LGBT pride festivals celebrated in many countries during the month of June, the next issue of Memory Insufficient takes up histories of gender and sexual diversity in games.

Submissions that complicate or challenge the issue’s topic titles are very much welcome. Every topic can be read with the words jumbled up. That means you could, for example, write up your history of being gendered in games, or you could write about minority sexualities in a game about history, or submit a history of the gaming of gender expression, or any other permutation imaginable.

Any kind of history will be accepted: social, biographic, documentary, personal, descriptive or polemical. Submissions are unlikely to be rejected for being ‘not history,’ because nobody has the authority to decide what that means. Likewise, nobody has the authority to decide what a game is. Digital and non-digital games are both covered.

 

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