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Wyrd Con 2012: Tri Wyrd Releases Programming

Wyrd Con 2012: Tri Wyrd

As you know (if you’ve been reading my blog or any of the social media I blab through), I’ve been acting as the Director of Panels and Education  for Wyrd Con 2012: Tri Wyrd. Well, we’ve officially released our 2012 Programming – and it’s shit-hot! There are still a few more panels and events to […]

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Wyrd Con 2012 Announces Special Guest Jeff Gomez, CEO & Founder of Starlight Runner Entertainment

Wyrd Con Interactive Theater Convention Announces Special Events to Feature Keynote Speaker and Honored Guest Jeff Gomez, CEO & Founder of Starlight Runner Entertainment Transmedia Visionary Jeff Gomez of Starlight Runner Entertainment to Appear on Five Panels and Present Keynote Session at Hilton Costa Mesa for Wyrd Con 2012: Tri Wyrd Los Angeles, CA – […]

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Wyrd Con 2012 Request for Proposals

Wyrd Con 2012: Tri Wyrd

Hi Everyone! Not sure if you’ve heard, but this year I am acting as the Panel and Education Coordinator for Wyrd Con 2012: Tri Wyrd. Tri Wyrd will take place on June 21st – 24th, 2012 at the Hilton Costa Mesa, in Costa Mesa, California (map). Currently, we are seeking event, panel, workshop and presentation […]

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WyrdCon: A Magical Mixture of LARP, ARG and Transmedia

WyrdCon Two Wyrd Conference

Yesterday I spoke on the Transmedia and Participatory Culture panel at WyrdCon Two Wyrd 2011 conference. Though I have been to dozens of conferences, this was my first time attending a conference dedicated to Live Action Roll Playing (LARP). Before this, I’ve had only limited exposure to LARPing, mostly just playing a bit of D&D […]

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The Relationship Between Participatory Culture and Transmedia Storytelling

Since I will be speaking on the Transmedia Storytelling and Participatory Culture panel at WyrdCon tomorrow – Saturday June 11, 2011 (4-6pm) – well, actually today by the time I hit “publish,” I have been thinking a lot about how LARPs and ARGs fit in with Transmedia storytelling. In best case scenarios, transmedia properties leave […]

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