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Writer J.D. Harlock

J.D. Harlock

J.D. Harlock is a Lebanese writer based in Beirut. His short stories have been featured in The Deadlands, Sciencefictionery, Defenestration, Wyldblood Press, and the Decoded Pride Anthology. His poetry has been featured in Penumbric, Mobius and Black Cat Magazine, and his articles/reviews have been featured http://NewMyths.com Mermaids Monthly, Interstellar Flight Press, and on the SFWA …

The covers of three of MariNaomi's graphic novels, Dragon's Breath, Turning Japanese, and I Thought You Hated Me

MariNaomi

MariNaomi is a queer mixed-race Japanese-American visual storyteller and community organizer who’s published four graphic memoirs, a graphic novel trilogy called Life on Earth, and many many gags, strips, diary comics, essays, and more. They’re also the creator and administrator of the Cartoonists of Color, Queer Cartoonists, and the Disabled Cartoonists databases. These resources, which feature thousands of comics creators, are free …

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Ana Mardoll

Ana Mardoll is a writer, known for the Earthside book series (modern paranormal-romance books set in Texas) and Rewoven Tales, as well as many published short stories and xer Ramblings blog, Shakesville pieces, Twitter rants, Furiosa review on The Mary Sue, or “that one Ross Geller post I wrote which went briefly internet-viral.” Mardoll is a a self-described “fat, physically disabled, mentally …

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Teespoonie

Teespoonie is Teona, a multi-disabled and neurodivergent Black non-binary woman who’s a writer, college student and self-described “chaotic cripple” creating educational articles on Blackness, disability & neurodivergence. She became disabled a few short years ago and in the process of seeking treatment, began to realize she’s been disabled since childhood. She decided she wanted to write …

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Black Girl in Maine

Black Girl in Maine is Shay Stewart-Bouley, the creator of BGIM Media, a digital space for in depth discussions on racism and white supremacy, a podcast series and public talks, centered around the belief that we need to look at who creates the narratives that we read and believe. Says Stewart-Bouley, “In most places, the narratives are fed to …

Wagatwe Wanjuki speaking at a lecturn, flanked by three other women.

Wagatwe Wanjuki

Wagatwe Wanjuki is an award-winning antirape activist & theorist on Title IX, abuse and trauma. Since launching a campaign for a better sexual assault policy at Tufts University in 2009, she’s continued to work for a world free of gender-based violence. Wanjuki strives to bring sexual assault prevention to the 21st century through online public …

GothamGirlBlue - Kaitlin Byrd

Kaitlin Byrd – GothamGirlBlue

Kaitlin Byrd, who goes by GothamGirlBlue on the socials, is a writer and political activist based in her hometown of Brooklyn. She describes her writing like this: “My writing focuses on the outcomes of policy, not merely who ‘wins’ or ‘loses’ with its passage. I talk about good faith, bad faith and who has earned …

Women At Warp - illustration of the hosts of the podcast Women At Warp, Star Trek style.

Women At Warp

Women at Warp is a groundbreaking bi-weekly podcast committed to examining Star Trek from a feminist perspective, exploring Intersectional Diversity in Infinite Combinations with a rotating crew of seven hosts: Aliza Pearl, Andi, Grace Moore, Jarrah Hodge, Kennedy Allen, Sarah Gulde and Sue. Tune in for everything from episode and character analysis to history of …

Illustration from Stephanie Williams' comic series, "Living Heroes" showing four women characters from the series, arm-in-arm and laughing.

Stephanie Williams

Stephanie Williams is a comic historian and pop culture critic for notable publications such as SYFYFANGRRLS, Marvel, The A.V. Club, Nerdist, Den of Geek, and Rotten Tomatoes. You can hear her pop culture commentary on podcasts like The Lemonade Podcast and get a taste of her comic book expertise on the first two seasons of …

Illustration by Rowan MacColl of an amphibioius human-like creature in a pond, cautiously approaching a frog on a lily pad.

Rowan MacColl

Rowan MacColl is a freelance illustrator/comic-artist who’s currently working on a webcomic called Kingfisher. Kingfisher is a popular occult mystery series, set in the 1920’s, about wannabe scholar Seymour and his friend/roommate/bodyguard Gabriel trying to survive in a strange city while deciphering the secrets of an even stranger puzzle, the Kingfisher Box. Together, they hunt …

Illustration by OliveOilCorp aka Olive Stephens of a person playing a guitar.

OliveOilCorp

OliveOilCorp is Olivia Stephens, a graphic novelist, illustrator, and writer and graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. Olivia has created work for a number of sites and publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, and FIYAH Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction. Her debut graphic novel, Artie and the Wolf Moon, comes out …

Art by Liana Kangas, illustration of an astronaut floating in a fantasy-style space.

Liana Kangas

Liana Kangas is a full-time freelance comic artist and illustrator working in both digital & traditional formats. Her work includes drawing the creator-owned comic She Said Destroy, written by Joe Corallo and published by Vault Comics, co-writing Seeds of Eden with Joe at TKO Studios with artist Paul Azaceta, and her hugely successful Kickstarter for …

Rob Sheridan

Rob Sheridan

Rob Sheridan is an art director, writer, designer, illustrator, photographer, director, and editor, among other things. After a 15 year journey as the creative director for Nine Inch Nails and designing visuals, videos, and stage production for the band How to Destroy Angels, he’s out on his own as an independent writer and artist. He’s …

Yamino and Ash

The Dynamic Duo of Yamino and Ash

Yamino and Ash are an artist and writer collaboration who publish a free regular webcomic, Sister Claire about a young woman who leaves her quiet abbey to undergo a rigorous journey across a monster-riddled wilderness. In addition to Sister Claire, they have several other projects including Elastigale—an AU based on the world of the Incredibles, …

Kate Leth

Kate Leth

Kate Leth is a best-selling cartoonist, writer, designer and illustrator. She’s written three Adventure Time graphic novels, three volumes of Bravest Warriors, a Fraggle Rock collection and drew several covers, backup stories and more for Boom Studios. She’s best known for three volumes of Marvel’s Patsy Walker: AKA Hellcat, IDW’s Edward Scissorhands, her original book …

But Why Tho?

But Why Tho?

But Why Tho? creates pop culture content and hosts a community that ” is inclusive and representative of the multitude of experiences in pop culture.” Their content includes the flagship podcast, “But Why Tho?” and at least 10 other podcasts driven by over 20 contributors. Their website offers written pop culture reviews on film, television, comics, …

Feminista Jones

Feminista Jones

Feminista Jones is a Philadelphia-based feminist writer, public speaker, community activist, and semi-retired social worker. She is an award-winning blogger and the author of the novel Push the Button, the poetry collection The Secret of Sugar Water, and the critically-acclaimed Reclaiming Our Space: How Black Feminists Are Changing the World From the Tweets to the …

Write or Die Podcast

Write or Die Podcast

Write or Die, hosted by authors Claribel Ortega and Kat Cho, is a weekly podcast that aims to share the real stories about what it takes to become an author – the gritty, infuriating, pull your hair out because it’s been years stories of writers who didn’t give up despite it all, and are now …

Nightlight podcast

NIGHTLIGHT

NIGHTLIGHT is an award-winning audio drama podcast featuring horror written by Black authors and performed by Black actors. NIGHTLIGHT was started because Black horror writers have been around as long as horror has, but they don’t get the exposure they deserve. NIGHTLIGHT wanted to change that and to make sure the writers got paid for …

Emma Sterner-Radley

Emma Sterner-Radley

Emma Sterner-Radley is a lesbian author writing and publishing LGBTQIA+ fantasy books, including YA novels. Her titles include:SILVER BEASTS (YA sword & sorcery) – Four young people are chosen to attend the Hall of Explorers academy to train their minds, bodies, and magic, to sail and find their people a new world. GOLDEN SEA (YA sea exploration) …

Amena Brown

Amena Brown

Amena Brown is a spoken word poet, comedic storyteller, podcaster and author. She’s passionate about women’s empowerment, centering black women and women of color, and combining poetry and comedy to help her listeners and audience hold space and access joy. She’s the host of the podcast, HER with Amena Brown, where she centers and elevates the …