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Australian Artists, Writers + Actors Say No to Arts Coverage Cuts

Fairfax announced plans to shed 125 jobs, prompting a week-long strike by its journalists. Guardian Australia understands that positions being abolished will include all dedicated arts, film and books writers at the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald, along with two deputy arts editor roles. Contributors will be paid a lower rate for reviews and […]
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A Year and a Bit: The Good, The Bad, and the Mugglesy

Seems it’s turning out to be  hellova year here, and we’re only 4 months in. So far in 2017, here at MBD we’ve had Digital-Fiction-Award-shortlisted projects, and honorable mentions, and theorising all over the MDB shop: most of which have been centered on the release of “All the Delicate Duplicates”, on which we hit the […]
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An Immersive “Black Mirror” Experience Is Coming To London [+ I’m Scared]

London’s Barbican Centre has announced that it’s bringing Charlie Brooker’s hit series Black Mirror to life, creating an immersive experience called “Into the Unknown: The Journey Through Science Fiction” this summer. The Barbican’s Silk Street entrance hall will feature a massive six foot video installation based on the 15 Million Merits episode from season one, […]
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“Sometimes you grab the Puscifer. Sometimes the Puscifer grabs you.”

From the 2015 release Money Shot by Puscifer Entertainment. Directed By: David Brown & Junior aka Lord Tyrion. Produced by Puscifer Entertainment. Cameo by Joe Rogan. Sometimes you grab the Puscifer. Sometimes the Puscifer grabs you.
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Talking ‘Walking Sims’ With The Chinese Room’s Dan Pinchbeck

To think there was a time when a game like Dear Esther was seen as a radical concept. One so against the grain that it actually left some players enraged and decrying that its very existence was harmful to videogames. Ostensibly, there’s very little for you to do in Dear Esther. It’s a calm and […]