Cosplay, Meplay, Youplay.

At the moment I stay in Visby; the old city on Gotland, rich on history and drama, and it’s the annual week of medieval festivities: Medeltidsveckan. Thousands of people are dressed up in old style clothes, competing in bow and arrow, doing tournaments, performing in all kinds of creativity. It’s impressive, to say the least.

I can’t say it’s something I would do — this kind of dressing up and cosplaying, but one…

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Fred Andersson

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Author, thinker, television freelancer, mystery aficionado and cat lover.

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