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 →
I get the question, “How do I get more diverse people to show up to my event?” a lot. Here’s my answer on how to foster inclusivity in gaming.
If you want to make your larp less racist, here are a few things to consider, design-wise.
I’ve noticed that there’s this one thing that everyone wants to get right in a larp. Organizers and designers want to get it right so much—and the complementary fear of Continue Reading →
A fast rundown of my zippy trip to Intercon L.