From the publisher's website:
Documentation of former projects has been sadly lacking in the larp community for many years. ”Do Larp” is one of the counters to that lack of documentation, and does an admirable job of showing both the diversity and the similarity of larp projects in different countries. It is a collection of 13 larps from 9 different countries, and looks at both design philosophies, problems encountered and player reactions.
”Do Larp” is also heavily illustrated with photos from the different events and serves as a great inspiration both for those organizing larps and for those wondering about larps in other countries.