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:
Since I last wrote with an update on Leaving Mundania, the book has been cooking in the media. I’ve been podcasted, broadcasted, filmed, questioned, and written up in a variety of awesome outlets, both big and small. In case you
The BBC films a segment on Leaving Mundania, and a great review from Geekadelphia.
Leaving Mundania hits stores, and the Oxford English Dictionary adds “LARPing.”
While I was in Finland, I had the pleasure of participating in the Nordic Larp Talks, a yearly series of short talks on larp and larp design modeled on the TED talks and hosted by famed journalist, author and larper Johanna
Does the idea of larp fascinate you or pique your interest? Do you live in New Jersey? Do you play Knight Realms, Dystopia Rising, or another local game? Been to the DREAMATION and DEXCON conventions? Are you friends with a certain Rutgers
With the publication of Leaving Mundania imminent (May 1 is the official pub date, but a few large online retailers already have it in stock!), I wanted to share a few things I learned while reporting and writing a book
It’s a little like Highlander — there can be only one! Tomorrow I’m competing in Literary Death Match, the storied reading series/happening in which four writers enter, but only one may leave. In honor of the literary throwdown, Chicago Review Press has
New York Times bestselling fantasy author Tracy Hickman calls Leaving Mundania “an enlightening and wondrous journey.”