Brendan Keogh / @BRKeogh
Brendan Keogh is a videogame critic and academic, studying at RMIT University, Melbourne. He has written for a variety of outlets including Edge, Ars Technica, The New Statesman, and Unwinnable.
Denis Farr / @aeazel
I tend to write a lot about videogames, and have made various rounds of the web. Was formerly a staff writer for both GayGamer and The Border House, but am currently freelance.
Kate Cox / @KCoxDC
Kate is a video game and culture critic based in Washington, DC. Her work has appeared in Smithsonian Magazine, at Game Critics, The Border House, ThinkProgress, and Ctrl+Alt+Defeat. She was a full-time staff writer at Kotaku for most of 2012.
Katie Williams / @desensitisation
I’m a games journalist, critic, and graduate living in Melbourne, Australia. I’m mainly found in print mags Hyper and PC PowerPlay, as well as formerly on weekend news duty at GameSpy, but I do some other freelance work on the side too.
Lana Polansky / @LanaTheGun
Lana Polansky is a game critic, writer and Twine enthusiast living in Montreal Canada. She has written for Kill Screen, Billboard, The Wall Street Journal, Gameranx, Medium Difficulty and has a bi-monthly column at Bit Creature. She’s a coffee addict, ludonarrative discodancer, recovering academic and professional scowler.
Maddy Myers / @samusclone
Maddy Myers is a freelance video game critic. She currently writes a biweekly column as well as game reviews for Paste Magazine. She previously worked as a games columnist, features writer, and web producer for the Boston Phoenix, until the publication went out of business in early 2013. Her writing has also appeared at Gameranx.com, the Border House, and Kill Screen. She also publishes pieces that don’t feel like they belong anywhere else on her personal website Metroidpolitan.com, and she tweets @samusclone. When she is not critiquing and/or playing games, she plays keytar and sings in a rock band called the Robot Knights.
Mattie Brice / @xMattieBrice
Mattie Brice is a game critic, designer, and social justice activist. She focuses her writing on diversity initiatives in the video game community, often bringing in the perspective of marginalized voices to publications like Paste, Kotaku, The Border House, and Pop Matters. Mattie also consults and speaks at gaming related conferences like the Game Developers Conference and IndieCade. The rest of her work can be found at mattiebrice.com
Taylor Cocke / @taylorcocke
Freelance writer, mostly about videogames. Comic. Likes stuff, doesn’t like others. Coffee’s pretty cool I guess.