Episode 155: Rebooting Boyhood and Playing Games For Girls: A Conversation with Carly Kocurek
Episode 155: Rebooting Boyhood and Playing Games For Girls: A Conversation with Carly Kocurek (Right click and save as to download, or find us on iTunes, BlogTalk Radio, Stitcher, Google Play, or TuneIn).
This week we have a conversation with Carly Kocurek, author of Coin-Operated Americans: Rebooting Boyhood at the Video Game Arcade (2015) and Brenda Laurel: Pioneering Games for Girls (2017) and developer of games like Choice Texas. We chat about Al Capone and money laundering, Disney and film preservation, video games (of course), and much more.
What We’re Playing:
- Ever Oasis
- Lego Dimensions
What We’re Reading
- Too Like the Lightning by Ada Palmer
- Mort (Discworld) by Terry Pratchett
- Technofeminism by Judy Wajcman
What We’re Drinking
- Dogfish Head Namaste White
- Cider Boys Peach County
Featured photo credit: Timeline: The Golden Age of Video Arcades