Over at Tomorrow's Thoughts Today, Liam Young explains our 'New City' art installation for the Future Fictions show in Belgium: "Opening on October 4th at Z33 in Belgium, Future Fictions. Perspectives on worldbuilding explores how contemporary artists, designers and architects relate to ...Read More
- Written by tim.
- Posted on October 20, 2014.
Well, don’t know about you guys, but 2013 has been interesting so far. And we’re only in what..March? Feels like I’ve done a year’s worth of stuff in two months. Though, to be fair, I am usually quite slow moving. But ...Read More
The problem with being addicted to Twitter is that I tend to neglect this site, which I really should be updating with my news. I mean, that is kind of why it exists. Anyway, here goes. Got a couple of very ...Read More
It's that time again: the UK's best one day science fiction event Bristolcon is back this Saturday - the 20th October. I'll be there amongst many other, better known guests - and I've just received word of what panels and ...Read More
It's one thing to be able to shout abuse at me on the networks, but how about doing it in person? Well, if you are in Bristol this October they'll be plentiful (three) opportunities to do just that. Come and ...Read More
Last weekend saw the 17th London MCM Expo, with a record turn out of over 41,000 attendees as cosplayers, comic enthusiasts, videogamers, scifi fans and free huggers descended on the Excel Conference centre in London's docklands. For anime and manga fans ...Read More
I was stupid lucky enough this Friday to make the 400+ mile round journey up north to the Leeds International Film Festival for the day. Given the length of the journey and the insane price of train tickets here in ...Read More
I guess it must be pretty obvious by now that I'm not exactly what you'd call - if such a thing even exists - a 'typical' anime fan. I don't refer to myself as an otaku. I hate J-Pop. Mainly ...Read More