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==Games==
 
==Games==
 
* Patriarken (The Patriarch) 2006 with [[Moa Rönnåsen]] and [[Andreas Ekebacke]]
 
* Patriarken (The Patriarch) 2006 with [[Moa Rönnåsen]] and [[Andreas Ekebacke]]
* Kollektivet Lyckan (Our commune Happiness), Prolog 2010-2011 with [[Moa Rönnåsen]] and [[Andreas Ekebacke]]
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* Kollektivet Lyckan (Our commune Happiness), Prolog 2010–2011 with [[Moa Rönnåsen]] and [[Andreas Ekebacke]]
 
* Andra ögonkastet eller Bara jag inte dör som Torsten (Second sight or As long as I don't die like Torsten) [[Prolog]] 2012 with [[Marcus Brissman]]
 
* Andra ögonkastet eller Bara jag inte dör som Torsten (Second sight or As long as I don't die like Torsten) [[Prolog]] 2012 with [[Marcus Brissman]]
 
* Den innersta dagen (The day before yesterday), [[Stockholms Scenario Festival]] 2013
 
* Den innersta dagen (The day before yesterday), [[Stockholms Scenario Festival]] 2013
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==Organizer: Conventions==
 
==Organizer: Conventions==
* [[Stockholm Scenario Festival]] 2015-2016, writers’ coach
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* [[Stockholm Scenario Festival]] 2015–2016, writers’ coach
  
 
==Workshops==
 
==Workshops==

Latest revision as of 00:00, 10 February 2020

Kajsa Greger
Kajsagreger.jpg
Born1981 (age 38–39)
NationalitySweden

Kajsa Greger (born 1981) is a Swedish engineer, drama teacher, game designer and larper. She uses fun and inventive game techniques that encourage players to express themselves large and lively with humour and warmth.

Games

Organizer: Conventions

Workshops

  • Att skugga (Shadowing) on enhancing player experiences, Höjdpunkt 2008
  • FORT-metoden (FORT method) on everyday storytelling, Prolog 2011 with Moa Rönnåsen

Publications

  • Mentioning the Unmentionables, three games about the anatomy of women (includes Dances with Vulvas, Dying for a cup of coffee and Just put some salt on it), #Feminism: A Nano-Game Anthology, 2016