My first two posts in this series–about larp as a potential tool of social activism and how the real-world element of larp fits into social justice–are really geared toward saying, “it’s Continue Reading →
This is part 2 of a post on larp’s potential as an activist tool. You can read part 1, about why larp might be a good tool, here. So we’re Continue Reading →
Over the past few days, prompted by a bunch of discussion on social media, I’ve been thinking a lot about larp and social justice, and how the two go together. Continue Reading →
Ever larped? Ever sucked? Try again. Larp again. Larp better.
Sometimes terminology is just confusing. One of the questions I’m most often asked during panels or at conventions is, “What is Nordic larp?” It’s hard to answer this question because Continue Reading →
The newest in larp, from doctoral dissertations on BDSM to deconstructions of the “gamer wife” trope to a sweet sweet smackdown of the dude who posted that inane thing about booth babes on CNN.
I head to DEXCON, and larpers across the world release books, comics, columns, and series.
Notes I took during the player safety panel at Solmukohta 2012.
Have you ever wanted to larp in a real submarine? What about an abandoned nuclear reactor? Or maybe you’re interested in fighting a giant dragon that actually breathes real fire? Continue Reading →