Over the last year, I gave three speeches on Nordic and American larp. Here are the notes.
How the September 11 attacks affected a New York City larp group. Notes from my Spring 2012 Nordic Larp Talk.
A year of Twilight snark, Nordic larp, and Jerkform. Here are my top 5 posts of 2012.
Tips for larp organizers on how to treat members of the media.
Gen Con is big. Really, really big. Bigger than any other convention I’ve been to. And although I walked around the convention center and at least four hotels over my three-day stay, Gen Con is so tremendously huge that I
New in larp: The Norwegians organize a larpwriter summer school in Lithuania; Annika Waern wonders whether stories emerge out of video games in the dope-est blog entry I’ve read in a long time, and Leaving Mundania ends up in The Daily Beast and Washington Post!
DEXCON 15 ruled. I played some awesome new games, learned a lot about GMing, and enjoyed many conversations about Nordic larp.
I head to DEXCON, and larpers across the world release books, comics, columns, and series.
At Wyrd Con, I learned about transmedia, alternate reality games, and hobnobbed with the west coast’s finest larpers and game designers.
Larp is blowing UP y’all. Two new webseries have arrived. Realm of LARP is a reality series released via the Nerdist YouTube channel, and will launch next week. In the meantime, they’ve got a teaser that explains what larp is: