By: Peggy Sue Wood I know I said I would not be putting out a post this week because it’s a holiday weekend and my birthday, and I’m on a hiatus, but I feel the need to write this. I, very recently (yesterday, in fact), had a very long conversation with a friend of mine about writing. She is in a graduate program and just … Continue reading A Recommended Watch for Content Creators
By: Peggy Sue Wood | @pswediting About the Event Panel Description: Led by New York Times bestselling author Peter Clines (Threshold series), this session focuses on the business of prose writing and publishing. The Writers Coffeehouse is a bunch of writers—in this case, it’s Sarah Kuhn (Heroine Complex series), Stephen Blackmoore (@sblackmoore), Fonda Lee (FondaLee.com), and Greg van Eekhout (@gregvaneekhout)—sitting around talking about writing. No agendas, … Continue reading Recommended Watch: WonderCon@Home 2021 – The Writers Coffeehouse at WonderCon
By: Peggy Sue Wood | @peggyseditorial Above is my favorite scene from the manhwa King’s Maker (from Season 1 Episode/chapter 14). I love this scene because it perfectly embodies the ideal of what it takes to be a just or good leader in the fictional world of this particular story (not just seen as one publicly, but actually being one). It’s an idea that relies … Continue reading What Makes a King? – A Concept Overview & Analysis
By: Jenna Morgan | @jkmorgan-media 2:00 PM – 2:45 PM (PDT) | Saturday 5 September 2020 – 4 pm to 4:45 pm central Panel Description: Have you ever had an anime just whisk you away to another world? Somewhere that not only felt real, but somehow, more than that? Anime has the power to craft a reality beyond what’s possible in our own, but how … Continue reading Crunchyroll Expo 2020 – [The Importance of] Worldbuilding in Anime – Notes!
Credit: Peggy Sue Wood | @peggyseditorial WHY NOT NOTES? Way back at the end of July, when Casea, Jenna, and I were reviewing panels and preparing notes, we quickly found that some panels were better watched then written out. While we can, and often do, attempt to pull out information from panels that we find most interesting or relevant to you all in the readership, … Continue reading Comic Con 2020 Online – Recommended Watches & Why
(Image Source) An essential part of collegiate studies is the idea of presentation and publication – offshoots, primarily, of paper submission. As such, it may be hard to find appropriate resources for one’s paper on manga in the US or find the right place to submit once your professor has had a look (if you’ve even written one on the subject). In other cases, some … Continue reading Resources for Manga Studies