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#Feminism: A Nano-Game Anthology  + complimentary PDF

#Feminism: A Nano-Game Anthology + complimentary PDF

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  • £19.99


This book comes with a free PDF version courtesy of the publisher in conjunction with the “Bits & Mortar“ scheme. A link from which the PDF can be downloaded will be emailed to the address you enter at the checkout once we have confirmed payment, which will normally be within  2 working days* of receipt of orders for products that are currently in stock. (*not including Sundays or UK national holidays)

2017 Indie Groundbreaker Award Nominee for Best Art, Most Innovative, Game of the Year

Looking at the world through a feminist lens reveals absurd, tragic, and fascinating situations.

Written by feminists from eleven different countries, #Feminism offers bite-sized takes on contemporary feminist issues. Each of the 34 nano-games in this collection requires between three and five participants, simple (if any) props, and up to an hour of play time.

The games range from silly to serious, including scenarios about selfies and rom-coms as well as reproductive rights and domestic violence. And of course, enjoyment has no ideological boundaries— there are games here for participants new to feminism as well as those experienced in making gender arguments on the internet.

You can read more about the games here, and find #Feminism downloads and articles here.

These games have traveled all over the world. To follow their journeys and add your own, visit www.feministnanogames.wordpress.com.

About the editors:

Misha Bushyager (US), Anna Westerling (Sweden), and Lizzie Stark (US) edited this collection. Misha is a game designer, former Jeopardy! contestant, and award-winning baker. Anna Westerling organizes the Stockholm Scenario Festival, and designs larp and freeform games. Lizzie Stark has written two nonfiction books and several games, and is the reigning sarcasm champion of her household.

About the authors:

Our scenario authors include Otto winners, Diana Jones Award Winners, Game Chef winners, international organizers, larp writers, old Forge members, freeform enthusiasts, and up-and-coming designers. They are:

- Muriel Algayres (France)
- Frederik Berg (Sweden)
- Tora de Boer (Denmark)
- Emily Care Boss (US)
- Sarah Bowman (US)
- Baptiste Cazes (France)
- Rowan Cota (US)
- Karin Edman (Sweden)
- Julia Ellingboe (US)
- Rebecka Eriksson (Sweden)
- Ann Eriksen (Denmark)
- Katrin Førde (Norway)
- Kajsa Greger (Sweden)
- Laura Guedes (France)
- Elsa Helin (Sweden)
- Kat Jones (US)
- Kaisa Kangas (Finland)
- Dominika Kováčová (UK)
- Frida Karlsson Lindgren (Sweden)
- Kira Magrann (US)
- Jason Morningstar (US)
- Elin Nilsen (Norway)
- Siri Sandquist (Sweden)
- Laura Simpson (US)
- Agata Świstak (Poland)
- Leïla Teteau-Surel (France)
- Livia von Sucro (Brazil)
- Lizzie Stark (US)
- Sofia Stenler (Sweden)
- Cathriona Tobin (Ireland)
- Evan Torner (US)
- Moyra Turkington (Canada)
- Susanne Vejdemo (Sweden)
- Eva Wei (Sweden)
- Anna Westerling (Sweden)
- Tobias Wrigstad (Sweden)


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