Eliot Wieslander has been a gamer and larper since the late eighties, and was the chair person and a front figure for the Swedish national gamers association during the time when role-playing was still under suspicion. Eliot's more notable larps explore love, gender and how we construct these norms. In creating these games, they invented methods to enable play around these topics. Eliots most known contributions are the Frozen moments and the Ars Amandi method.
Articles on Larp
- Letting the Stories Go - article in States of Play: Nordic Larp Around the World in the Solmukohta 2012 Knutepunkt-books
- "Rules of Engagement" and "Positive Power Drama" - articles in Beyond Role and Play, the Solmukohta 2004 Knutepunkt-books