Welcome to Jaffameister.com!

Hi everyone! I’m George, a non-binary, filthy SJW games journalist. My career began in January of this year, when I wrote a guest feature for Laura Kate Dale about butts and how they’re the exception to the uncanny valley phenomenon in video games. I soon went on to become a contributor at Indie Haven, where I made someone cry by writing about Undertale, and talked to Thomas ‘TomSka’ Ridgewell about the diversity present in KatataK. And now, I’m the proud owner of jaffameister.com!

What should you expect from the site? Well, I’ll be producing a variety of content, ranging from long-form features to industry leaks. I’ll be posting pieces every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, of varying different flavours, with an indie releases round-up every Sunday, summarizing what exciting indie titles will be released in the proceeding week.

I’ll be covering press events, conventions, and showcases whenever I’m able to attend them, and unique, situational content will often crop up if and when it becomes relevant. Basically, expect a big mish-mash of everything that’s happening in the world of video games.

Of course, the existence of this website, the contributions that I make at other publications, and the various freelance pieces that I produce are all there in the hopes that I will one day make this into a viable career. As such, I’ve also launched a Patreon! So, if you happen to particularly enjoy my content, my personality, or my existence as a human being, a dollar here or there would mean the world to me, and will also aid in improving the variety and the quality of the content that I’m able to provide!

I’ve been nervous and excited about the launch of jaffameister.com, and it’s been a long time in the making. So, I look forward to bringing you all on this journey with me, and I hope you all enjoy the ride!

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Astrid Johnson

Astrid is a games journalist living in Bournemouth. She's the Editor-in-chief of Indie Haven, co-host of the Gameographers and the Real Heroes podcasts, and has freelance pieces published on Waypoint.

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