... you sure? Well, I'll tell you anyway.
Since March, I've been writing scripts and filming for a somewhat educational YouTube show called "Video Game Literature." The goal is to analyze contemporary video games for their literary merit, since the story potential of games has risen sharply over the past decade.
It's also an excuse to use my degree, but who cares?
Though I'm writing and hosting, the show was created by myself and my dad, and we had an excellent (if small, necessitated by our $0 budget) production team helping us out. Many thanks to Sean Taber, Annalise Ogle, Pat Munroe, and Meryl Pritchett.
So the first episode is located here, and the second is located here. Barring technical challenges, we'll have an episode up every week on Tuesday, for the whole eight episode season. After that... well, we'll see.
If you've got comments, you can feel free to leave them here or on the YouTube page. I'm really excited about the whole thing, and nervous as hell, but hey. It's happening, whether the world's ready for it or not.