I really haven’t had the motivation to do any blogging on much of anything over the last few weeks. I may have posted links to other’s blogging, or offered up a random soundbite on the hot topic of the day. But overall, I haven’t felt like exposing myself to the outside world via the internet lately.
It’s not like I have a lot to talk about or that I’m even that interesting but I just havent felt that bug to write, to expound at length on any one topic on my blog(s). There’s so much I could talk about, but nothing has moved me to do so lately.
I could talk about race, Asatru, my job, my travels, wonderful partner in life, friendship, etc… but there’s no nudging me to talk about anything via le blogs.
Has anyone else ever had that happen to them? Just been bored of blogging, or felt like they had nothing worth saying?
Off to do more work, but I’ll think about this more and hopefully feel like putting finger to keyboard to talk about it at length.
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Tanya DePass is the founder and Director of I Need Diverse Games, a non-profit organization based in Chicago, which is dedicated to better diversification of all aspects of gaming. I Need Diverse Games serves the community by supporting marginalized developers attend the Game Developer Conference by participating in the GDC Scholarship program, helps assist attendance at other industry events, and is seeking partnership with organizations and initiatives.
Tanya is a lifelong Chicagoan who loves everything about gaming, #INeedDiverseGames spawn point, and wants to make it better and more inclusive for everyone. She founded and was the EIC of Fresh Out of Tokens podcast where games culture was discussed and viewed through a lense of feminism, intersectionality and diversity. Now she’s a co-host on Spawn on Me Podcast. Along with all of that, she’s the Programming Coordinator for OrcaCon, she often speaks on issues of diversity, feminism, race, intersectionality & other topics at multiple conventions throughout the year. Her writing about games and games critique appears in Uncanny Magazine, Polygon, Wiscon Chronicles, Vice Gaming, Paste Games, Mic, and other publications.
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