Good luck to Torill today: she’s defending her dr. art. dissertation in Volda, starting at ten. Her opponents are Stuart Moulthrop and TL Taylor – I wish I could be there to hear the discussion! And, of course, for the party this evening. But at least we all get to see photos of the swordfigh she arranged as part of her trial lecture on LARPs yesterday afternoon.

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