Our World of Warcraft Reader is coming out next month, and MIT Press has updated the webpage for the book with a complete table of contents and PDFs of the introduction, the contributors’ bios and the index.

We’ve had a bit of local media attention about the book, too. The University of Bergen’s internal newspaper has a great interview with Hilde and me about the anthology, and yesterday I talked with Bergens Tidende’s television program MM (Hilde was out of town). You can see the interview on their website – it starts 5:39 minutes into the program.

You might even get a glimpse of The Belly. Which is continuing to grow – only nine days left till the due date. Almost everything’s ready for her now…

2 thoughts on “intro to World of Warcraft Reader is online

  1. Karin

    Thanks for the link to BT. Very good interview!

  2. gro

    Tomorrow you will have your baby according to babystrology,
    Good luck!

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