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Och vinnaren är …

21 mars, 2013 • By

Tack för alla bidrag som kom in i tävlingen ”Vilken bok har påverkat ditt liv”! Det är spännande att läsa om böcker som påverkar.
Och nu har vi en vinnare! Den lycklige är Frasse som skrev om boken Exercices de style av Raymond Queneau. Vinsten är ett Transcenders-paket.

Så här skriver Frasse om boken:
”It is the same short story (Someone meets someone else in the bus and mention something about the button of his coat), told in many various ways: Sometimes with a lot of adjectives, sometimes in one sentence, sometimes with only using the ”e” as a vowel, sometimes in many many different other ways
It’s fun, clever, make discover the french language in a very ludic way and makes you like french grammar (I know!!!!).
I love this book, mainly because of the memory it brings: Good fun at school studying it (around 12 years old), good luck at home trying to make the same kind of stories, good times …
Ps this book was translated in Swedish by Lars Hagström (1987)”

Den som vill läsa boken kan få tag på den på AdLibris

Om jag själv skulle säga en bok som påverkat mitt liv skulle jag välja Vi kallar honom Anna av Peter Pohl.


Transmedia Socks of October

12 oktober, 2012 • By

Jag blev väldigt stolt när jag tilldelades the Transmedia Socks of October av STRANGER! Så här skriver Cecilie Stranger-Thorsen på STRANGERs facebook-sida:

”DRUMROLL! TRANSMEDIA SOCKS OF OCTOBER are awarded to storyteller / entrepreneur Bobbi Augustine Sand of Ozma Game Design in Malmö (

Apart from her work at Ozma, developing storybased games and gamifying just about anything, Bobbi has created the Transcenders storyworld and has just started selling books from the series. She’s one of very few people who understand the power of combining gameplay and storytelling and she gets bonus points for creating original works for young people. Oh, and you should see her dance!

The October socks were knit during a Transmedia hackathon and a course in mythical storytelling this month and will hopefully inspire great new work from Bobbi, while keeping her feet warm.”