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In May 2018, I was featured in Rolling Out for my cosplay!
TaLynn Kel slays the cosplay game in Atlanta as a full-figured model
In February 2018, I was chosen as the model for the Punk Black event flyer and interviewed.
In February 2018,I was interviewed by Amanda Scriver of Brit & Co about my love of cosplay and my love of my body.
In December 2017, I was featured on Midwest Black Science Fiction Alliance where I talked about cosplay, inclusion, allyship, and my writing.
In October 2017, I wrote the content for The Safety Pin Box, Allyship in Fandom. Fabulize Magazine gave me a shout out for my work.
In September 2017, I was profiled by NBC's Jamal Jordan at DragonCon on my love of cosplay.
Photo by Leo Photogaphy
I was included on a list of 12 bad ass, villainous cosplayers by Ravishly Magazine. Woot!
MomoCon Guest List
This year, MomoCon invited me to judge the Closet Cosplay Contest next year in 2018. I'm super excited to be one of their guests.
AfroPunk on Instragram
I was featured on AfroPunk's Instagram and Facebook page. I'd been hoping for that for a couple of years.
In May 2017, I was included with 12 other body-positive cosplayers.
In May 2017, I hung out with Mohammed and talked about all things geek on the Attack of the Blerds podcast.
Fat Positive Cosplay: Meet TaLynn Kel
In January, I was interviewed by Angie Sutton for Ravishly Magazine on being a Fat Positive Cosplayer.
In April 2017, I was included on a list of 15 cosplayers that slayed at male costumes.
I was dressed as Blade, but I appreciate the shout-out.
In September 2016, I was included on Girl Geek HQ's list of Top 6 Plus Size Cosplayers.