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'''Johanna Koljonen''' is a writer, Radio and TV host, critic, and a popular lecturer on larp and related topics. Her groundbreaking larp criticism, in essays like “Eye-Witness to the Illusion: The Impossibility of 360° Role-Playing” and “The Dragon Was the Least of it: Larp As Ephemera and Ruin” are widely quoted in the field. She is he co-author of the book-length larp autopsy [[Dragonbane]] – The Legacy. She also won the innovator category of the The Swedish Grand Journalism Prize of 2011.
 
'''Johanna Koljonen''' is a writer, Radio and TV host, critic, and a popular lecturer on larp and related topics. Her groundbreaking larp criticism, in essays like “Eye-Witness to the Illusion: The Impossibility of 360° Role-Playing” and “The Dragon Was the Least of it: Larp As Ephemera and Ruin” are widely quoted in the field. She is he co-author of the book-length larp autopsy [[Dragonbane]] – The Legacy. She also won the innovator category of the The Swedish Grand Journalism Prize of 2011.
  
Johanna has also been hosting the [[Nordic Larp Talks]] from 2010-2012.
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Johanna has also been hosting the [[Nordic Larp Talks]] from 2010–2012.
 
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Latest revision as of 00:00, 10 February 2020

Johanna Koljonen
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NationalityFinland
CitizenshipSweden
Organization
Websitejohannakoljonen.wordpress.com

Johanna Koljonen is a writer, Radio and TV host, critic, and a popular lecturer on larp and related topics. Her groundbreaking larp criticism, in essays like “Eye-Witness to the Illusion: The Impossibility of 360° Role-Playing” and “The Dragon Was the Least of it: Larp As Ephemera and Ruin” are widely quoted in the field. She is he co-author of the book-length larp autopsy Dragonbane – The Legacy. She also won the innovator category of the The Swedish Grand Journalism Prize of 2011.

Johanna has also been hosting the Nordic Larp Talks from 2010–2012.