The layers of history appears as a result of my thinking as a poet looking for resonance. Unless you’re referring to something in particular, I think (very grandly) that history is embedded in every word, and certainly in every scene–personal as well as political history.
"I had the big idea for Boss Fight just a few months ago. I wondered if “33 1/3 for games” existed, it didn’t, and I couldn’t believe it. Excitement would come later, but in the moment it felt more like a shrug: “Reckon it better be me then.” It’s been a blast since then. I love games but was shamefully under-read when it game to games criticism, which is such a rich field. So I’ve been gorging myself. It’s also been really rewarding to work with Ken on covers, with Jesse Grce on the Kickstarter video, with our five authors on the beginnings of their books, and to correspond with readers about where they’d like to see the series go." (via Vol. 1 Brooklyn | Summer Camp Lit and Video Game Books: An Interview With “Fun Camp” Author and Boss Fight Books Publisher Gabe Durham)