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THE PLOT THICKENS - MFA in Writing Event Explores Story-Branching as Told by a Video Game Writer

Posted on 2018-11-19 in Events, MFA in Writing News
Dec 5, 2018

December 5 - The Plot Thickens: Story-branching as Told by Video Gamer Writer Tonia Laird

An MFA in Writing Department of English Event


THE PLOT THICKENS: STORY-BRANCHING AS TOLD BY A VIDEO GAME WRITER

December 5

3 pm

Arts 214


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Tonia Laird has worked as an animator, a storyboard artist, and a video game writer. Her writing credits include Silicon Sister’s mobile game Everlove: Rose, and Bioware’s AAA games Dragon Age 2 and Dragon Age: Inquisition. She is currently working on the interactive novel, Poster Girl, her own IP, for FableLabs game studio in California.


The event is free, and all are welcome.

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