Reading a poem can be hard, like picking apart an elaborate puzzle and putting it back together again in a way you can understand, but it is just another thing that needs to be practiced and can unlock a whole area of literature that may have been previously shrouded in doubt and fear… Continue reading How to Read Poetry: for those who need help ‘getting it’
Point 31. Cosplay is a reason to do something that scares you every day (e.g. Parkour or rock climbing). Continue reading What is Cosplay?
Cosplay is not ‘just a phase’.
Cosplay is not a reason for your parents to worry. Continue reading What isn’t Cosplay?
So this time, instead of just giving any old advice from what I’ve experienced, I drafted the opinions and advice straight from the source, and offer up to you…THE COMICONERS DOS AND DON’TS FOR LONDON’S EXPO 2015! Continue reading THE COMICONERS DOS AND DON’TS FOR LONDON’S EXPO 2015 – How to Have a Good Time at ComiCon (with advice straight from our nerdy mouths)
…when I stopped using my wash cloth and started using my new sponge instead, I was completely taken aback by the results… Continue reading Review: The Konjac Sponge
I intend to explore what I believe to be the most important video games of the past half century, judging them by how influential they have been to the franchise and on the advancements of animation, game mechanics and plot for their time… my journey through games during the past 4 years has been both hilarious for my roommate to watch as I amble around the maps of Oblivion and incredibly humbling as I wonder across the rooftops of Florence, taking out important figures in Italian nobility… Continue reading Video Games in Academia – a ‘Brief’ History of the Video Game, Part One
As a tutor of music theory, I often get asked about quick ways to remember on how to work out what key it is from the sharps and flats, so here is my little music hack… Continue reading Music Theory – Understanding the Circle of Fifths