Aaron Trammell, Allen Turner, Blake Andrews, Boris Willis, Gordon Bellamy, Jonathan Jennings, Lamont A. Harrell II, Lindsay Grace, Patricia Bobo
Black Game Studies introduces the work of game makers from the African diaspora through academic scholarship, personal narratives and a catalog of works.
It aims to provide a foundation from which researchers, designers, developers, game historians and others can draw an understanding of patterns, present practice, and a potential afro-future. Its works to make more visible, through aggregation and showcase, the creative contributions of Black game makers. It is an effort to meet the need to diversify the game-making community by not only highlighting the work of Black people, but in creating an enduring archive of such work.
Publishers: #Lulu (Lulu.com)