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Iori Miyazawa ( (みや) (ざわ) () (おり) , Miyazawa Iori?) is a Japanese TRPG designer, science fiction light novel writer, and author of the Otherside Picnic series.[1]

About

Miyazawa was born in Akita Prefecture and currently lives in Nerima Ward, Tokyo.[2] He made his debut in 2011 with the full-length novel series "Boku no Maken, ga Urusai Ken ni Tsuite." He is a member of the Adventure Planning Service, and under the name Walkeri ( (うお) (けり) , Uokeri?), he has also created world settings and replays for tabletop RPGs such as "SATASUPE" and "inSANe", which are both published by Shinkigensha Co., Ltd..[1]

He is interested in martial arts, ghosts, and paleontology. His favorite weapons are Japanese swords and African throwing knives. "Boku no Maken, ga Urusai Ken ni Tsuite" is a story about a battle between magic swords whose names are based on the titles of science fiction novels, such as "Nightfall" by Isaac Asimov and "Heads" by Greg Bear.

In 2015, he won the 6th Sogen SF Short Story Prize Edition for "Kamigami no Hohō."

Works

  • "Boku no Maken, ga Urusai Ken ni Tsuite" – (October 2011 – October 2012) Kadokawa Shoten
  • "U wa Uchuu Yabai no U! Sekai ga Horobu 5-byoumae" – (November 2013) Ichijinsha
  • "Fuhoni Nagaramo Sorcerer" – (June 2014) Ichijinsha
  • "Koudo ni Hattatsu Shita Love Comedy wa Mahou to Kubetsu ga Tsukanai" – (November 2014) Ichijinsha
  • "Nanika ga Umi kara Yattekuru: 8-gatsu no Meiwaku Shinryakusha-tachi" – (July 2015) Ichijinsha
  • "Love to Donshoku no Coldrix" – (February 2016) Media Factory
  • "Otherside Picnic" – (February 23, 2017 – Present) Hayakawa Shobo
  • "Side-By-Side Dreamers" – (July 19, 2018) Hayakawa Shobo
  • "Meikyuu: Labyrinth Kingdom, A Tactical Fantasy World Survival Guide" – (December 5, 2019) Kadokawa Shoten

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Interviews

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Iori Miyazawa on JP Wikipedia
  2. Sogen SF Bunko June 2015

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