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Staff and Contributors

Linda Breneman, Publisher and Co-Founder

Linda is also the Publisher for family gaming site Pixelkin.org. Follow her on Twitter.

Sarah Warn, Editor in Chief and Co-Founder

Sarah is the Editor-in-Chief of remeshed.com and an avid player of console and PC games of all kinds. She was previously the founder and EIC of AfterEllen.com, and an online editorial director for MTV. Follow her on twitter.


Contributors

Jennifer Allen

Jennifer is a freelancer for multiple outlets on the web and in print, including Playboy, Paste Magazine, TechRadar, and MyM Magazine. In her spare time, she watches too many TV boxsets and pretends she knows what she’s doing at the gym. Follow her on Twitter.

Jess Famularo

Jessica Famularo is a freelancer based in Pennsylvania. Apart from video games, she enjoys hiking, reading, and travelling around the world. Follow her on Twitter.

Amanda Jean

Amanda Jean is an editor and the host of The Hopeless Romantic, a podcast all about queer romance lit. When not wrangling manuscripts, you can find her watching documentaries, gaming, reading too many books on true crime, and caring too much about fictional characters. Follow her on Twitter.

Courtney Holmes

Courtney is a writer and editor. When she’s not playing video games, she can usually be found watching science fiction, reading YA fantasy, or laughing about pop culture. Her greatest aspiration is to be generally helpful in a pinch. Follow her on twitter.

Emily Kelley

Emily Kelley is a writer, cosplayer, crafter, and gamer with over 20 years of PC and console gaming experience. She is the co-founder of the Geekie Award-winning Wrong Button Blog and you may have seen her on Season 1 of “Geeks Who Drink.” Follow her on Twitter & Instagram.

Mariko McDonald

Mariko McDonald is a freelance writer and blogger based in Montreal, Canada. She likes writing about video games, playing co-op games (badly) with her husband and obsessing over her cats. Follow her on Twitter.

Cassidee Moser

Cassidee is a freelancer for multiple outlets on the web, including IGN, Kill Screen, and CG Magazine. When not writing about games, she’s usually drawing something or watching adorable corgi videos on YouTube. Follow her on Twitter.

Simone de Rochefort

Simone has been gaming since she was a kid. She used to play with her brother, until he got too cool for her. She loves analyzing games and discussing their stories, their themes, and their cultural impact. Follow her on twitter.

Sarah Rodriguez

Sarah Rodriguez is the author of Marvel’s Agent Carter: Season One Declassified and the co-host of Woman Up! Podcast. Follow her on Twitter or on Twitch.

Caylie Sadin

Caylie is a writer and all around nerd. She started reading fantasy novels when she was 8, which naturally led her into playing DnD. Her favorite video game series is Dragon Age and her favorite book is “The Name of the Wind.” Follow her on Twitter.

Nicole Tanner

Nicole has been lurking around the game industry for 14 years. She’s currently the Managing Editor of Pixelkin.org. Before that, she was an editor at IGN, where she launched and hosted the Girlfight podcast. Follow her on twitter.

Anna Tarkov

Anna Tarkov is an émigré from the former USSR who has been taking America by storm since 1989, failing at or washing out of everything she’s ever tried. Most recently that included working in journalism which was fun, but paid slightly more than minimum wage. Currently Anna is a stay-at-home-not-by-choice mom to an adorable, little autistic preschooler, a casual gamer extraordinaire and the co-host of Unconsoleable.

Sophie Weeks

Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Sophie Weeks received a Masters degree in English Literature from Mills College in 2006 and completed her PhD in Victorian Literature at Rice University in 2013. She is the author of Outside the Spotlight, Unsettled Spirits, and The Soured Earth. Follow her on Twitter.

Keezy Young

Keezy is remeshed’s art director. She’s an illustrator, comic artist, and designer. She’s been playing games since her dad taught her the first Warcraft when she was five. Her favorite games are the Dragon Age series, as anyone who’s talked to her for more than five minutes can attest. Follow her on Twitter.

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