David Parry argues that Pax occupies a position between literature and games - that it “glorifies play while undermining games,” and that it’s “not so much literature as it is literary.”
Author: David Parry
David Parry is an assistant professor of Emerging Media and Communications at the University of Texas at Dallas. He examines how
the change from analog to digital structures changes knowledge production and archivization. His work can be found at outsidethetext.com.