Books

For ease of reference, most of the work can also be found under comics, prose fiction, essays and criticism, and ludic culture. Below is a complete chronological list of my books.

Vellumbarnet. En novell från Novellix nr 35 (Novellix, 2013)

Främling. En bok om Carola. (Weyler, 2012) with Andreas Ekström

Oblivion High 1 [reworked Swedish edition] (Kolik, 2012) with Nina von Rüdiger

Oblivion High 3: Laulu (Otava, 2011) with Nina von Rüdiger, as Ms Mandu

Oblivion High 2: Kade (Otava, 2009) with Nina von Rüdiger, as Ms Mandu

Dragonbane – The Legacy, (Dragon Dawn, 2008) with Tiina Kuustie and Tiinaliisa Multamäki.

Oblivion High 1: Vaihdokas (Otava, 2008) with Nina von Rüdiger, as Ms Mandu

Anthologies

Gabriel Ehrling, Karin Rebas (eds): Bildningsresan (Bertil Ohlins Förlag, 2012)

Johanna Korhonen, et al: Kära hurri! Rakas hurri! 15 synvinklar på tvåspråkigheten. 15 näkökulmaa kaksikielisyyteen. (Schildts & Söderström, 2012)

Karin Mossed, red: Avståndet mellan (X publishing, 2012)

Gustav Almestad and Annika Beijbom, eds: #prataomdet. Berättelser från gråzonen (Kalla kulor, 2012). Two texts.

Lelitha Verghese Gyllingberg, ed: Så bra svenska du talar! En antologi om finlandssvenskars möten med Sverige. (Söderströms, 2011). ‘Sådana som finnarna – sådana som jag.’

Markus Montola and Jaakko Stenros, eds: Nordic Larp (Fëa Livia, 2010) ‘Carolus Rex. The Flagship of Enclosed Space Opera’ and ‘En Stilla Middag Med Familjen. First Person Bourgeois Drama’. Also ‘Dragonbane. Tangible Fantasy, Plausible Magic’ with Tiinaliisa Multamäki.

Merja Hemmilä, ed: Ihastuttavat eläinsadut (Book/CD/DVD. Susamuru 2010). ‘Toimistorotat’

Antti Isokangas, ed: Mitä Suomi on? Keskustelua Suomesta ja suomalaisuudesta. (Finland Promotion Board, 2010) ‘Sverigefinlandsvensk och bekväm med det’.

Montola and Stenros, eds: Playground Worlds. Creating and Evaluating Experiences of Role-Playing Games. (Ropecon ry, 2008). ‘The Dragon Was the Least of It: Dragonbane and LARP as Ephemera and Ruin’

Donnis, Gade and Thorup, eds: Lifelike. (Knudepunkt 2007, 2007). ‘Eye-Witness to the Illusion. On the Impossibility of 360° Role-Playing’

Alvemark and Leffler, eds: Könskrig (Atlas 2007) ‘Shoppingprinsessornas fornhistoria’

Montola and Stenros, eds: Beyond Role and Play. Tools, Toys and Theory for Harnessing the Imagination. (Ropecon ry 2004). ‘I could a tale unfold whose lightest word would harrow up thy soul. Lessons from Hamlet’

Gade, Thorup and Sander, eds: As Larp Grows Up. Theory and Methods in Larp, (Projektgruppen KP03, 2003), ‘Why do bad LARPS happen to good people?’

Introductions and Catalogue Essays

‘Förord’. Introduction to Kerstin Thorvall: Det mest förbjudna (1976, reissued by Albert Bonniers Klassiker in 2013)

‘Förord’. Introduction to Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard & Cliff Rathburn: The Walking Dead volym 5: Anfall är bästa försvar (Apart Förlag, 2012)

‘Introduction’ to the catalogue for Game Continent, a 2010 work at the Aros Modern Museum in Aarhus by Anders Bojen and Kristoffer Ørum.

Introduction to a Swedish edition of Seth Grahame-Smith and Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, Stolthet och fördom och zombier, (Bonnier 2010).

Essay on Wong Kar-Wai for the Stockholm Film Festival Catalogue 2009
Essay on Wes Anderson for the Stockholm Film Festival Catalogue 2008
Essay on Todd Solondz for the Stockholm Film Festival Catalogue 2004

Other

As part of the Swedish government committee on literature I was involved in commissioning a research anthology, SOU 2012:10 Läsandets marknad, marknadens läsare – en forskningsantologi, and writing a final report, SOU 2012:65 Läsandets kultur, both available for download here.

I’ve been interviewed in the following books:

Kristoffer Triumf: Värvet, vol. 1. Den svåra första volymen (Nilleditions, 2013)

Johannes Wikman (ed): Väsby. Där färgstarka människor möts. (Upplands väsby kommun, 2012)
Magnus Lindholm: All tid på Lekholmen (Fontana media, 2012)
Roland Eliasson (ed): Folkbibliotekens framtid? (BTJ Förlag, 2010)

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