By Danielle Perry

Danielle Perry writes and lives in Portland, OR, where her tiny East Coast tattoos are put to shame. She talks about nerdy things and feminism on her Twitter.

  1. Cara Ellison’s “Sacrilege” is a small game, in that one playthrough takes about five minutes, even while playing it furtively on a work computer when anyone could walk by and see what you’re doing or hear the music playing at such a low volume that you almost don’t realize it’s playing at all. It’s a small game, but it is also expansive. It’s more than the sum of its parts. It says

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