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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | November 20, 2019

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AboutNahima Kern, Author at The Creative Issue

Nahima Kern

Nahima Kern

Currently, I am sitting in my dark bedroom puzzling over what I should say in this bio. Basically, I am a traditional Japanese musical instrument loving, cat crazy Journo student with a love of the arts and a passion for writing about it. You can often find me reading my extensive Tolkien collection or non-abridged translation of Wu Cheng’en’s Journey to The West, playing my Koto, drinking delicious tea and craving more tattoos. I find the greatest part about writing is the fact that the English language has so many beautiful words and phrases. Like Cellar Door. I have an irrational fear of cracks in the pavement and a love for knitting bad beanies. If I had a magical ability it would be to make a never-ending pudding, because who doesn’t love cake? No one. No one doesn’t love cake.

Posts By Nahima Kern

Get Ready To Ink With Sin The Skin

March 31, 2017 |

The Tattoo. Such a simple word that can and has created such a diverse reaction among the world’s population of late. Read More

Emerging Music Artists To Be Lauded By APRA AMCOS

March 30, 2017 |

Australian musicians and composers are among some of the best in the world. Read More

Ekka Calls For Regional Designers To Strut Their Stuff

March 28, 2017 |

Do you fancy yourself to be a fashion designer? Love the thrill of a new challenge? Live Regional? Read More

Brisbane Heats Up The Stage This Summer

December 22, 2016 |

Let’s face it. It’s hot. Read More

Iran’s Outstanding Achievement: Manouchehr Mohammadi

December 5, 2016 |

Iran is a country with a rich history in art, music and literature, that is relatively unsung in the West. Read More

Get The Revels Rolling With Nash Theatre Inc

November 22, 2016 |

Christmas is, amazingly, almost upon us. Read More

A Reflective Night Out: Fran Barbe’s Exquisite

November 19, 2016 |

Grief is never easy. Losing someone or something dear to you is often a situation that is hard to deal with. Read More

An Aussie Twist On A French Classic: Tartuffe

November 19, 2016 |

In these modern times and digital age when cons and scams are riddling the internet and puzzling the vulnerable it sometimes begs the question if this is anything new. It’s not. Read More

Gary Farmer: Ready To Serve You At Sandgate Theatre Inc.

November 15, 2016 |

Nostalgia is a powerful tool. It takes a special kind of classic to reel us in and worm its way into our hearts. But that’s exactly what those good ol’ television shows and films have done and now we can’t get enough of them.

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Fall For The Charm of Kookoo The Birdgirl

November 7, 2016 |

Being different has always been a test. Read More

Walking For A Cure: David Bowie Fans To Light Up The Valley

November 2, 2016 |

Ever had the desire to dress up and honour the timeless, iconic David Bowie? Read More

An Abhorrent Affair – Meet Joe Howard

October 25, 2016 |

What do you get when you mix “two wannabe media stars with a university radio show and zero talent?” You get an Abhorrent Affair. Read More

Nash Theatre’s The Memory of Water

October 10, 2016 |

“Memories are important to all of us” – this was an important note from the program of The Memory of Water and the main theme of the show.

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