I head to DEXCON, and larpers across the world release books, comics, columns, and series.
Interested in costuming and propping? Head over to Larp Couture and check out American (?) Caroline E. Willis’s lively writing on the topic, from information about codpieces to gender-related musings on harem pants to historical research on real smugglers, helpful
Check out the Nordic Larp Talks, which relate deep thinking about the hobby in truly compelling fashion.
I was catching up on This American Life this week, and listened to the most amazing story of larp, private investigators, and crime ever told. It proves the old adage, “truth is stranger than fiction.” Listen to the free podcast,
Like a Mummy locked inside a cursed pyramid, or a Japanese schoolgirl who has experienced near-death happiness, the Scandinavian larp mag Playground (dedicated to the “new wave” in roleplay) has shambled (leapt?) to life again, courtesy of the great people of
A thrilling compendium of larp magazines the world over. By which I mean live European magazines, and dead American ones.
Rev up your Google Translate and head over to Kalashnicore, a blog written by Swedish larper and feminist Anna Karin. Many of her posts respond to a list of challenges, from blogging about her biggest larp gaffe (which permanently put her