Gold Microphone: Return to Plundered Hearts

(Transcript forthcoming)

Drew and Callie return to Plundered Hearts to discuss Anastasia Salter’s 2020 article, “Infocom, Romance, and the History of Feminist Game Design,” published in Feminist Media Histories 6.1.

In this follow-up conversation, Drew and Callie revisit the critical narrative surrounding Amy Briggs’s classic Plundered Hearts, celebrating the ways in which Salter synthesizes a variety of critical tactics in her productive and innovative reading.

As always, you can find the podcast on your platform of choice or listen on the web here:

Plundered Hearts: Follow Up by Gold Microphone: The Interactive Fiction of Infocom (anchor.fm)

Plundered Hearts | Feminist Media Histories | University of California Press (ucpress.edu)

Episode Transcript

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