Sebastian Huber studied English Literature, American Literature and Philosophy at Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich. In 2010 he started writing his PhD thesis on the concept of reagency in contemporary American fiction. In his Masters Thesis, he has dealt with Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day and the notion of spatial metafiction. Moreover, he has published on the spatial motives in the TV series Lost as well as on the aesthetic foundations for the video game. Since 2011 he is part of the Phd program ‘Literaturwissenschaft’ of the LMU. In 2008, he co-founded the online magazine Matchlessmagazine, where he published articles on fiction writers such as Don Delillo and Mark Z. Danielewski. His essay "The Art of War|The War of Art: Creating an Aesthetic Foundation for the Video Game" was published in Contact Combat Conflict in 2010.