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Indie Spotlight: Sarabande Books

My latest up at Ploughshares:

Indie Spotlight: Sarabande Books

 

Founded in 1994 in Louisville, Kentucky by Sarah Gorham and Jeffrey Skinner, Sarabande Books began with a mission to publish and distribute with “diligence and integrity” books of poetry, short fiction and essays. 294 more words

Indie Spotlight: Dinosaur Polo Club

This spotlight is all about Dinosaur Polo Club, an indie game dev duo who made the hit game Mini Metro. Released on Steam almost three months ago, the game has received a favorable score of 80/100 on Metacritic.com, garnered positive reviews from the likes of Rock Paper Shotgun and Kotaku, and is a… 289 more words

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Indie Spotlight: Squiddershins

Welcome to our first Indie Spotlight! We’ll be talking about Squiddershins, an indie game dev duo that makes adorable and fun casual games for all ages. 385 more words

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Indie Author Spotlight: K.T. Munson

In conjunction with my most recent Indie Spotlight, 1001 Islands, I wanted to take a post to introduce you to its author, K.T. Munson. The Alaskan native has been writing since a young age and though currently it is something she does in her spare time, would eventually like to make it a full-time gig down the road.   588 more words

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Door Kickers

Welcome back. Today we’re covering Door Kickers by Killhouse Games, released on Steam in October of 2014. In case the title didn’t tip you off, this is essentially “Breach and Clear Simulator.” But rather than being an FPS in the style of the SWAT series, this is a real-time-with-pause strategy game. 429 more words

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Indie Spotlight: 1001 Islands by K.T. Munson - REVIEW

1001 Islands by K.T. Munson
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Published: 07/27/2015

Summary: The sliver of moonlight cast eerie shadows across the deck of The Dark Revenge. 560 more words

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Undertale

I tried to keep back on this one. There’s no shortage of people telling you that this is an awesome game, and covering games that the world has already recognized as awesome isn’t my thing. 666 more words

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