Panelist on self-publishing, RMIT, Melbourne, 21 August 2013 (forthcoming).
Reading of Where’s the Vanity in Self-publishing? at Melbourne Uni Book Co-op presents New Favourite Authors, the Old Bar, Fitzroy, 13 August 2013.
Guest author, reading from Kiss Me, Genius Boy at the Melbourne Writers’ Social Group, the Wharf Hotel, Melbourne, 11 September 2011.
“Japanese Popular Culture.” Masters seminar, RMIT, 10 September 2007.
“Videogames.” Undergraduate lecture, RMIT, 15 May 2007.
Interview with Libby Price on conservatism in videogames. ABC Radio Melbourne 3LO 774. Thursday October 15, 2005 16:40.
“Conservatism in RPGs.” English Postgraduate Seminar Series, The University of Melbourne, 20 May 2005. Seminar paper.
“An Introduction to Videogame Studies.” The University of Melbourne, Department of English with Cultural Studies. 25 May 2004. One-hour guest lecture for first-year subject “Contemporary Culture and Media.”
“Zen and the Art of Growing Up.” The Melbourne Zen Group. Clifton Hill: Clifton Hill ZendÃ´, 26 July 2003. Dharma talk.
“Videogames.” Melbourne: The University of Melbourne, Department of English with Cultural Studies. 27 May 2003. One-hour guest lecture for first-year subject “Contemporary Culture and Media.”
“The Utopia of Open Space in Role-Playing Videogames.” Digital Arts and Culture 2003. Melbourne: RMIT University, 20 May 2003. Conference paper. Draft presentation given at the English Postgraduate Seminar Series, The University of Melbourne, 16 May 2003.
“Utopia and Utopianism in Fantasy and Science-fiction RPGs.” Work in Progress Day, Department of English with Cultural Studies, The University of Melbourne, 4 December 2002.
“The Map is the Territory: Maps and mapping in fantasy fiction and role-playing videogames.” Encountering Transformations and Appropriations. Bundoora: Faculty of English and Communications, La Trobe University. Conference paper.
“ ‘You Need Love and Friendship for this Mission!’: Counterexamples to the discourse of videogames as social pathogens.” English Postgraduate Seminar Series, The University of Melbourne, 24 May 2002. Seminar paper.
Matthew Rusling, “No Clamor for Xbox in Japan,” The Christian Science Monitor (10 January 2006).
Edmund Tadros, “Do computer games make players Vote Liberal?” The Sydney Morning Herald, Entertainment Blog (16 November 2005).