J. Tuomas Harviainen calls Leaving Mundania “the most descriptive, all-encompassing book about larp and larpers on the market” in this early first review from darkest, larpy Finland.
Today I define “revenge larp.”
Novelist Urban Waite calls Leaving Mundania a “knockout book” and a “beautiful accomplishment.”
Ethan Gilsdorf, author of Fantasy Freaks and Gaming Geeks: An Epic Quest for Reality Among Role Players, Online Gamers, and Other Dwellers of Imaginary Realms has endorsed Leaving Mundania. Lizzie Stark isn’t afraid to walk the goblin walk, talk the
Esteemed game designer and sci-fi author Greg Costikyan had some kind words for Leaving Mundania: [Stark] shows us what larp is, from the inside — playing long-term boffer larps, staging her own theatrical larp, and journeying to the Nordic countries–
I’m delighted to announce that Samuel Freedman, author of six meticulously-researched nonfiction books, including Letters to a Young Journalist, has endorsed Leaving Mundania. He writes: No reader could ask for better company than Lizzie Stark for a fascinating trip through
Behold! The cover of Leaving Mundania has been unveiled. Release date is May 1, 2012. Feel free to mark your calendars.
Awesome short story writer Stacey Richter endorses Leaving Mundania!
Do you like roleplaying? Do you like reading? Do you have eyes? Whip out your glasses and check out Playground, an international roleplaying magazine that just so happened to post a piece on a certain forthcoming larp book…
Author and sociologist Gary Alan Fine endorses Leaving Mundania!