My story on MatsuriCon for Columbus Monthly magazine has finally been posted to its website. I wasn’t completely satisfied with the way it turned out but whatever…it’s too late to complain now. It’s difficult to write about anime for an audience that’s thoroughly unfamiliar with it, but it was good clean fun.
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- Anime Punch: Con Chair InterviewThe sixth annual Anime Punch convention is on tap in Columbus this weekend. I’m not going but here’s my full interview with Michael Beuerlein, the convention’s chair. (I wrote about Anime Punch in the April issue of Ohio Magazine.) How did you get into anime? What keeps you interested in it? When I was […]
- Fan Fiction Friday!!!Happy spring, fellow fangirls! I’ve spent most of the last month reading every new Kakasaku fic I could find (and re-reading all of the good old ones). I’m kind of Kakasaku’d out for the moment. *sad face* But I just had give alifestylechoice some props for her piece, “Heart of Patience.” I’ve been reading alifestyle’s […]
- My Top Five Favorite Anime IntrosI know people who swear that if an anime’s theme song sucks, then the anime itself will suck, too. I don’t prescribed to that thinking (sometimes it does…sometimes it doesn’t), but it is pleasantly surprising when a song matches the feel of a show. So I give you my top five favorite anime intros: 1. […]
- Anime Punch: Con Chair Interview