Lee Sherlock is an MA student in digital rhetoric & professional writing at Michigan State University, with a graduate certificate in serious game design through the Department of Telecommunication, Information Studies, and Media. He also holds a BA in English from Michigan State University. Current research interests include the roles of genre and activity systems in digital gaming, “new” literacy studies, identity construction in digital environments, and the design and assessment of serious games. He has taught 1st-year composition for the last 2 years and is interested in intersections among composition, digital rhetorics, and gaming. A sampling of his recent work on The Legend of Zelda and temporality can be found in the upcoming collection The Legend of Zelda and Philosophy (2008, Open Court Press).