The Kickstarter project The Secret Loves of Geek Girls – having raised over $120,000 of its original $37,000 goal – has now found a home at Dark Horse Comics. The book is a combination of mostly original nonfiction text stories and comics, celebrating the…
If you’ve ever thought about submitting a short story to Tor.com, you have until January 7th. After that, submissions will be closed permanently. Tor.com made the announcement December 21st, citing a growth in acquisitions through the editorial staff: “As…
If you know Mark Gatiss as a writer, you probably know his love of the horror genre. After all, his Twitter bio proudly proclaims, “Actor. Writer. Strangler.” He was the host of the BBC’s A History of Horror, and has repeatedly mentioned in interviews how…
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//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Back in December, I attended the Share the Force event at LA Live, sponsored by Target. Part of the marketing juggernaut for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the two-day event had themed origami projects, a ‘see the…
In 1993, The X-Files premiered on Fox and changed everything. Spanning nine seasons, two movies, and two spin-off series, the series had a huge impact on the television landscape. Shows from Lost to Fringe have acknowledged the series’ influence, with…
If you’re a high school student, then you are eligible for a contest to build a spacecraft that may end up be used by NASA. The Museum of Science Fiction has partnered with NASA and Cornell University for a global CubeSat competition. According to the…
- Network of OneChannel Development Specialist, 9 - present
Originally from the Midwest and now living in Los Angeles, I'm a writer and editor currently working at Network of One, an early-stage online video company focused on the YouTube platform, as a Channel Development Specialist.
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. My talents include administrative work, marketing/public relations, event coordination/organizing, photography, audio production, minor video production, and minor website creation.
I have a passion for the performing arts, primarily theatre. I have over 20 years of experience working with arts organizations, doing everything from on stage to directing to board membership. I also am a fangirl geek, whether it's TV such as Doctor Who or Sherlock, movies such as The Hobbit trilogy or the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or podcasts such as Welcome to Night Vale or The Thrilling Adventure Hour. I also love to read and used to play video games back when my backwards-compatible PS3 still worked.
You can see my writing and all my social media information over at angiefsutton.com.
- University of Southern CaliforniaSpecialized Journalism: The Arts, 2013 - 2014During 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 UniversityCommunication Arts: Journalism, 1992 - 1995
Theater Review: 'Macbeth' at A Noise Within | Neon Tommy
Scotland has had quite the bloody history: clan fights, kings constantly rising to power only to be replaced quickly, and of course being un
Thrilling Adventure Hour is as Awesome as it Sounds
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
K-pop Promotes Cultural Exchanges Between East and West
“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