Jasmin Hoadley

Jasmin studied palaeontology at uni, and is now somehow a qualified personal trainer. She can be found at various cinemas or tethered to her sewing machine attemptingto replicate a complex costume on a shoestring budget in her spare time. She has approximate knowledge of many things. Continue reading Jasmin Hoadley

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Tamika Glouftsis

Tamika wrote her Honours thesis on the use of history in video games, mostly to justify the countless hours she spends playing them. When she’s not writing or playing games, she can usually be found in either a dance class or a gin bar. She spends the majority of her income on her hair. Continue reading Tamika Glouftsis

Tin Do

Tin is a perennial student who loves his leisure time; perhaps the two are related. Likes architecture, design (the ‘whys’ and tentatively, the ‘whats’ and almost never the ‘hows’) and anything in long form. Favourite art movement: Dirty Realism Favourite films: Moon and Paris, Texas Favourite band: Brian Eno always has something to do with it Favourite podcast: Haven’t found one yet, but Music for … Continue reading Tin Do

Brydie Kosmina

Brydie Kosmina is a postgraduate student studying English Literature at the University of Adelaide. Her research is focused on fantasy and scifi literature, and popular history and culture studies. She spends most of her days thinking about witches, and cries about everything – good, bad or in-between. She drinks too much Diet Coke. Fav art movement: French Impressionism or Fauvism. Fav films: Depends on my mood, … Continue reading Brydie Kosmina

Alexander W. Possingham

Alexander W. Possingham is attempting to read every major science-fiction novel ever written, whilst playing copious video games and watching endless cinema under the guise of ‘researching’. He writes for Collage from the far-flung, exotic land of Victoria. Favourite art movement: Fluxus Favourite film: Caché, directed by Michael Haneke Favourite band/musician: Daughters Favourite podcast: Shut up and Sit Down Podcastle Favourite novel: Neuromancer, by William Gibson … Continue reading Alexander W. Possingham