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Angie Fiedler Sutton
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My latest G33K Out podcast for SciFi4Me is about the science behind #Self/Less: check it out!
 
  The movie Self/Less, set to be released July 10, is about the ultimate method of immortality: Damian (Ben Kinglsey) is a wealthy man who, when told he is dying, decides to transfer his consciousness into a younger body (Ryan Reynolds). But as with all…
  The movie Self/Less, set to be released July 10, is about the ultimate method of immortality: Damian (Ben Kinglsey) is a wealthy man who, when told he is dying, decides to transfer his consc...
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  You walk into the room, and your first instinct is to check all the exits. Then, it’s to examine any closets or cabinets for supplies. You need to refill your ammunition, and – oh, look – a load of Molotov cocktails. That will come in handy to defeat…
  You walk into the room, and your first instinct is to check all the exits. Then, it's to examine any closets or cabinets for supplies. You need to refill your ammunition, and – oh, look – a ...
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My article on #BenedictCumberbatch  narrating Kafka's Metamorphosis for #BBCRadio4. Check it out!
 
[tfb username=’SciFi4Me’][tfb username=’angiefsutton’]   Gregor Samsa awoke one day to find himself transformed into a hideous insect. So starts the classic German novella by Franz Kafka. While typically studied as classic literature with the…
  Gregor Samsa awoke one day to find himself transformed into a hideous insect. So starts the classic German novella by Franz Kafka. While typically studied as classic literature with the tran...
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I wrote up my thoughts on "Avengers: Age of Ultron". TL:DR version? I was whelmed. It wasn't awful, but I wasn't impressed, either.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron, written and directed by Joss Whedon. Copyright 2015: seen May 4, 2015. Attention: thar’ be spoilers in this review. Do not read if you don't want parts of the plot reve...
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Have YOU heard the latest news from Welcome to Night Vale? Here's a short article we wrote to catch you up if you've been trapped in an alternate dimension where there are strange places such as "Michigan" and "Ohio". #WelcometoNightVale  
  Home is where the cardboard box full of miscellaneous bird hearts is. — Night Vale podcast (@NightValeRadio) March 11, 2015 In March of 2014, I was lucky enough to talk to Jeffrey Craner &am...
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My review of "Kingsman" has been posted. Check it out.
Kingsman: The Secret Service, written by Jane Goldman & Matthew Vaughn, based on the comic The Secret Service by Mark Millar & Dave Gibbons; directed by Matthew Vaughn. Copyright 2014: seen...
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  In April, the independent crowdfunding publisher Inkshares announced a contest in partnership with the book club/podcast Sword & Laser, looking to further their mission to democratize book publishing. The contest, which ended May 31, selected the five…
  In April, the independent crowdfunding publisher Inkshares announced a contest in partnership with the book club/podcast Sword & Laser, looking to further their mission to democratize bo...
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  In April, we announced that Disney and XPRIZE were running a contest for kids aged 8 – 17 to encourage their participation in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields in conjunction with the release of Tomorrowland. On May 21, the…
  In April, we announced that Disney and XPRIZE were running a contest for kids aged 8 – 17 to encourage their participation in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields ...
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My review of this year's SCI-FEST LA: The Los Angeles Science Fiction One-Act Play Festival is now live on SciFi4Me. Check it out!
  An alien as a roadside attraction, a job interview for a psychopath, and noir nursery rhymes are just part of the offerings at the second annual Sci-Fest, LA’s one act play festival for tale...
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My review of "She Kills Monsters", playing at the Loft Ensemble in LA. Check it out.
  She Kills Monsters, written by Qui Nguyen; produced by Loft Ensemble (Los Angeles). What are role playing games but stories that we make up together? This is just one of the themes of She Ki...
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I posted this write up/review I wrote of "The Day of the Doctor" onto my main blog for #ThrowbackThursdays. Check it out.
Note: as part of Throwback Thursday, I’m posting this piece I wrote December 30, 2013, for my LiveJournal blog. I am planning to slowly move over anything of substance from LiveJournal to this one,...
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For #ThrowbackThursday, I posted this review of "Black Swan" I wrote for my LiveJournal back in 2011 over on my regular blog. Check it out.
Note: as part of Throwback Thursday, I’m posting this piece I wrote October 25, 2011, for my LiveJournal blog. I am planning to slowly move over anything of substance from LiveJournal to this one, ...
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  • University of Southern California
    Specialized Journalism: The Arts, 2013 - 2014
    During my nine months of studying for my degree, I studied how the journalism world is changing and the use of digital technology in this industry. My tech skills were used in audio production, minor video production, and a class that involved the creation of an interactive journalistic piece, coding the HTML and CSS from the ground up. My studies also involved writing several pieces for the news website Neon Tommy and the radio station Annenberg Radio News, which are linked on my website.
  • Park University
    Communication Arts: Journalism, 1992 - 1995
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Writer, editor, performing arts lover, all-round fangirl geek. Just graduated USC for my masters in Specialized Journalism: The Arts, and looking for work.
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I have a BA in Communication Arts: Journalism (theatre minor) from Park University, and an MA in Specialized Journalism: The Arts from the University of Southern California. In May 2010, I was chosen as a Fellow at the NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Theater and Musical Theater.

Originally from the Midwest and now living in Los Angeles, I am a writer and editor, with a work background as a marketing/administrative assistant. My talents also include event coordination/organizing, photography, marketing/public relations knowledge, audio production, minor video production, and minor website creation.

I have a passion for the performing arts (primarily theatre), and have over 20 years of experience working with arts organizations, from on stage to back stage to board membership. This includes almost 10 years with KC Stage, a magazine covering the performing arts for the Kansas City metro area. I also have a passion for geek culture, mostly TV and movies such as the trinity of SuperWhoLock (Supernatural, Doctor Who, and Sherlock), the Marvel movies, and anything by Joss Whedon. I love listening to podcasts (especially Welcome to Night Vale and The Thrilling Adventure Hour), gaming, and reading.

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I was chosen as a Fellow at the 2010 NEA Arts Journalism Institute in Theater and Musical Theater
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Kansas City, MO - Sullivan, MO - Parkville, MO - Olathe, KS - London, England
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Film Review: 'Muppets Most Wanted' | Neon Tommy
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Theater Review: 'Macbeth' at A Noise Within | Neon Tommy
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Thrilling Adventure Hour is as Awesome as it Sounds
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It all started because I’m a fan of Nathan Fillion. I’m admittedly a fangirl geek, although it’s only recently that I’ve taken hesitant step

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Have you ever been in Disneyland when it’s almost completely devoid of people? It sounds even more unbelievable than talking mice and flying

Tell Me a Story…and I’ll Listen.
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Being Childfree by Choice
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Kundalini yoga connects body, mind and soul
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In recent years, yoga has gone from being a hippy pastime to trendy celebrity workout, and all the way to ordinary housewife relaxation. But

The News, Memes, and You
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We live in a time dominated by the Internet meme. Popular memes seem to change by the day, and can range anywhere from pictures of cats with

Vegan in LA
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Growing up in the middle of two brothers with serious food allergies, I’ve come to learn a thing or two about “special” food. This could mea

The Great LA Escape
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Weddings. Babies. Cornfields. Going back to the Midwest always makes me appreciate simplicity. A few days ago, my husband and I joined some

Hacking Your Life: Organization Tips
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Lifehacking and organization tips for today’s ‘always on’ world.

A dancer explores USC group exercise classes.
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Campus Life As a newbie to the USC campus lifestyle, it is only recently that I have discovered my magic Houdini student card allows me to u

K-pop Promotes Cultural Exchanges Between East and West
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“I love K-pop! It’s beautiful and decent!” An American friend of mine said yesterday as we are having Korean-fried Chicken at a Korean-Ameri

There’s Always Something to Complain About
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I’m not a feminist. Nor am I someone who has spent a lot of time exploring and studying issues regarding race and ethnicity, and assimilatio

Marissa Mayer’s “Princess Problems”
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I came across a compelling photograph and headline while flipping through Vogue’s September issue on my flight yesterday. At first glace, I