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March 2017

Dotyk, a queer art conference in Belarus

February 2017

Dreamation in Morristown, New Jersey

Knutepunkt in Oslo, Norway

October 2016

IndieCade nominee in Los Angeles, California

Gaelcon in Dublin, Ireland

August 2016

Gencon in Indianapolis, Indiana

Private run in a church, Chełmno, Poland

July 2016

Black Box 3City in Gdańsk, Poland

Dreamhaven in Lipnica, Poland

Spilfestival in Copenhagen, Denmark

GoPlayNorthwest in Seattle, Washington

It’s Full of Larps in Bielefeld, Germany

June 15-19, 2016

Find #Feminism at Origins in Columbus, Ohio.

June 14-16, 2016

#Feminism travels to E3 in Culver City, California, as part of IndieCade’s Showcase.

June 11, 2016

Blackbox Malmö hearts #Feminism, and you might too! Malmö, Sweden.

May 2016

A group in the countryside of Valencia, Spain plays #Feminism games all weekend. And loves them.

May 19-26, 2016

#Feminism runs at the Living Games Conference in Austin, Texas.

May 4, 2016

#Feminism runs at Chase Public in Cincinnati, Ohio.

April 10, 2016

#Feminism runs at Games for the Human Heart in Portland, Oregon.

March 23-27, 2016

#Feminism travels to the Danish convention Fastaval for its official release.

March 17-20, 2016

#Feminism played at Gamestorm in Vancouver, Washington.

March 10, 2016

Indiegogo backers who selected pickup at Solmukohta can retrieve their books from editor Anna Westerling after the opening scenario in the lounge on the main conference deck.

March 8, 2016

Several games run at Black Box Deichman–a monthly black box gaming event in Oslo.

March, 2016

Play tests at University of Austin Community College in Austin, Texas.

Hard and digital copies mailed to our 260 Indiegogo backers, across 17 countries and four continents!

February, 2016

A contributor tests a couple games at the KOLA conference in Warsaw, Poland.

Test runs in Morristown, New Jersey, US at the Dreamation convention.

Playtests in college classrooms at Northeastern University and University of Cinncinnati and discussion about the anthology in games studies classrooms at USC.

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