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Hello, I am a writer, blogger, scholar, critic and burgeoning Twine-maker. Many of you might know me from my blogging and curation work on my Mythic Bios online journal, where I focus on writing strange hybrid-opinion pieces on a wide range of topics, including literature, video games, geek culture, and the creative process, but I also write articles for the Sequart Organization and GeekPr0n. For the most part, my work is concentrated in small, but self-contained stories and articles.

Notable samples of my work, that have gotten acknowledgement from the creators I've reviewed, include:

Sing, Oh Heavenly Daimon, Sing: A Review of C. Anthony Martignetti’s Beloved Demons

Sea Shells, See Shells by the Sea Shore: A Review of C. Anthony Martignetti’s Lunatic Heroes

After Hell, Other Dragons, Other People: Gaming Pixie’s She Who Fights Monsters

Life and Identity, Eden and Hell: The Twines of a Gaming Pixie

- The Death of *Silence: Hate Plus and The World of Christine Love Confirmed

- What is FV Disco?

- Worms and Bicycles Or How People Make For Strange Stories: Menocchio and Igor Kenk

- This Game Has No Warp Zone: A Review of Pipe Trouble

- The Stitching Together of a Mythos: Kris Straub's Broodhollow

- Revisionism Comes to a Silver Age: Or Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa?

And these are some of my creative writing works:

- Another Revolution

- Stop 17

- Skeletons Have all the Fun

The Treasure of La-Mulana and The Looking Glass are examples of Twine stories that I can tell thus far.

This is the kind of writing that I do and what I am, currently, capable of doing. I tend to look at a topic or a theme in a relatively unorthodox way and come into it on a slant or another direction entirely. However, I am beginning to get more ambitious and in addition to all of the above, I am currently working on a short story, and two Twine novels -- specifically some choose your own adventure text-based games on the Net -- and a graphic novel collaboration.

Basically, here is my plan.

- For a small donation of even just $1 to $5 a month to patronize the work that I actually do,  you will get access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed where I will post some new work that has not been seen anywhere else.

- For $10 or more, you will get into the Activity Feed and I will write a Mythic Bios Blog entry from a geeky prompt of your choice. This might take the form of a story, or poem, or even an article.

- And, finally, for $25 or more, I will be willing to undertake a creative and geeky commission for you. This will be a subject on geek culture or a creative writing piece and require some amount of research on my part.

You can contact me regarding any questions you might have through Private Messaging me on my Patron or even

Either way, I am not charging for my general Content on my Blog or elsewhere: I just need your help in generating revenue for something that I love to do.

So if you enjoy the Content I provide, please help me continue to provide it.
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Pledge $1 or more per month
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You gain access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed and you get to see a special Project that I make once a month: as well as being able to interact with me and fellow Patrons.
Pledge $10 or more per month
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You gain access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed and you get to see a special Project that I make once a month: as well as being able to interact with me and fellow Patrons.

I will also write a Mythic Bios Blog entry on a Geek topic of your choice. We can discuss what that topic might be so I can familiarize myself with it or find a common ground that we will both be happy with.
Pledge $25 or more per month
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You gain access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed and you get to see a special Project that I make once a day: as well as being able to interact with me and fellow Patrons.

I will also be willing to undertake a creative writing, geek research, or geek culture commission for you. We can discuss what that topic might be so I can familiarize myself with it or find a common ground that we will both be happy with.
Hello, I am a writer, blogger, scholar, critic and burgeoning Twine-maker. Many of you might know me from my blogging and curation work on my Mythic Bios online journal, where I focus on writing strange hybrid-opinion pieces on a wide range of topics, including literature, video games, geek culture, and the creative process, but I also write articles for the Sequart Organization and GeekPr0n. For the most part, my work is concentrated in small, but self-contained stories and articles.

Notable samples of my work, that have gotten acknowledgement from the creators I've reviewed, include:

Sing, Oh Heavenly Daimon, Sing: A Review of C. Anthony Martignetti’s Beloved Demons

Sea Shells, See Shells by the Sea Shore: A Review of C. Anthony Martignetti’s Lunatic Heroes

After Hell, Other Dragons, Other People: Gaming Pixie’s She Who Fights Monsters

Life and Identity, Eden and Hell: The Twines of a Gaming Pixie

- The Death of *Silence: Hate Plus and The World of Christine Love Confirmed

- What is FV Disco?

- Worms and Bicycles Or How People Make For Strange Stories: Menocchio and Igor Kenk

- This Game Has No Warp Zone: A Review of Pipe Trouble

- The Stitching Together of a Mythos: Kris Straub's Broodhollow

- Revisionism Comes to a Silver Age: Or Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa?

And these are some of my creative writing works:

- Another Revolution

- Stop 17

- Skeletons Have all the Fun

The Treasure of La-Mulana and The Looking Glass are examples of Twine stories that I can tell thus far.

This is the kind of writing that I do and what I am, currently, capable of doing. I tend to look at a topic or a theme in a relatively unorthodox way and come into it on a slant or another direction entirely. However, I am beginning to get more ambitious and in addition to all of the above, I am currently working on a short story, and two Twine novels -- specifically some choose your own adventure text-based games on the Net -- and a graphic novel collaboration.

Basically, here is my plan.

- For a small donation of even just $1 to $5 a month to patronize the work that I actually do,  you will get access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed where I will post some new work that has not been seen anywhere else.

- For $10 or more, you will get into the Activity Feed and I will write a Mythic Bios Blog entry from a geeky prompt of your choice. This might take the form of a story, or poem, or even an article.

- And, finally, for $25 or more, I will be willing to undertake a creative and geeky commission for you. This will be a subject on geek culture or a creative writing piece and require some amount of research on my part.

You can contact me regarding any questions you might have through Private Messaging me on my Patron or even

Either way, I am not charging for my general Content on my Blog or elsewhere: I just need your help in generating revenue for something that I love to do.

So if you enjoy the Content I provide, please help me continue to provide it.

Recent posts by Matthew Kirshenblatt

Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
0 patrons
You gain access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed and you get to see a special Project that I make once a month: as well as being able to interact with me and fellow Patrons.
Pledge $10 or more per month
0 patrons
You gain access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed and you get to see a special Project that I make once a month: as well as being able to interact with me and fellow Patrons.

I will also write a Mythic Bios Blog entry on a Geek topic of your choice. We can discuss what that topic might be so I can familiarize myself with it or find a common ground that we will both be happy with.
Pledge $25 or more per month
0 patrons
You gain access to my Patron-Only Activity Feed and you get to see a special Project that I make once a day: as well as being able to interact with me and fellow Patrons.

I will also be willing to undertake a creative writing, geek research, or geek culture commission for you. We can discuss what that topic might be so I can familiarize myself with it or find a common ground that we will both be happy with.