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Blair Imani speaking onstage at TEDx Boulder

Blair Imani

Blair Imani (she/her) is the LA Times Bestselling author of Read This to Get Smarter. She is an award-winning educator, historian and influencer. She is also the author of Making Our Way Home, and Modern HERstory. Her work centers women and girls, global Black communities, and the LGBTQ community. As an educator and influencer, semi-retired …

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T. Thorn Coyle

T. Thorn Coyle is a Neopagan author and teacher. Their writings include urban fantasy and instruction on magical spiritual practice. They’re the author of The Seashell Cove Paranormal Mysteries, the nine book urban fantasy series The Witches of Portland, the alt history urban fantasy series The Panther Chronicles, and the epic fantasy series The Steel Clan Saga. Thorn’s non-fiction books include Sigil Magic …

Abby Sy

Abby Sy

Abby Sy is an artist and author from Manila. She’s written and illustrated bestselling books (such as, The ABCs of Hand Lettering, The Complete Photo Guide to Hand Lettering and Calligraphy, and The Art of the Travel Journal), put up a small business, and built an online creative community. These are all part of her …

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Because Language

Because Language is a show about what’s going on in linguistics, the science of language, with linguists Daniel Midgley and Hedvig Skirgård and smart person Ben Ainslie. They tackle topics like language change, language and society, language technology, and their popular feature, Words of the Week. Word nerds, this one’s for you. Find Because Language online: …

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Database Comics

Patrick Ouandji is the creator of Database Comics, a website and YouTube channel that aim to answers DC and Marvel comics fans’ most burning questions about super powers, battles and provide recommendations on the best comics. Its stated mission is “to change the power hierarchy in the major comic publishers in terms of characters’ evolution …

Illustration from the fantasy novel series Gods Chronicle. Several people on foot and horseback approach a gated Middle-eastern looking city in the distance.

Sword & Board

Sword & Board LLC is an IP management and content creation company. Its mission is to support and create new, inclusive intellectual property for use in media, primarily novelization and gamification. They believe in diverse, independent storytelling and providing a means for publishing that may not otherwise be available to creators. They believe that it’s …

Three book covers of novels by Kameron Hurley.

Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley is the author of the upcoming Sci-Fi/Fantasy titles Losing Gravity and Future Artifacts: Stories (2022) as well as The Light Brigade, The Stars are Legion and many other titles. Hurley has won the Hugo Award, Locus Award, Kitschy Award, and Sydney J. Bounds Award. She was also a finalist for the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the Nebula Award, and the Gemmell Morningstar …

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Dialogues on Disability

Dialogues on Disability is a groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed series of interviews that disabled feminist philosopher of disability Shelley Tremain conducts with disabled philosophers and posts to BIOPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY on the third Wednesday of each month. The series provides a public venue for discussion with disabled philosophers about a range of topics, including their philosophical work on disability; the …

Photo of writer and teacher K. Tempest Bradford wearing a t-shirt that reads, "Say the F-word Feminist"

K Tempest Bradford

K Tempest Bradford is a writer, podcaster, teacher and activist. She writes Afrofuturist and AfroRetroFuturist fiction for kids and adults that reflects her multiple identities, including her Blackness and Queerness. Her short stories have been published in magazines such as Strange Horizons and Electric Velocipede and anthologies such as Sunspot Jungle and In The Shadow …

Illustration of a green hill and valley by hologramvin

hologramvin

hologramvin is a writer, poet, illustrator, game creator, musical artist, and transsexual. They frequently illustrate covers for zines and albums, and they’ve released their own sci-fi story and game expansion on Itch.io. Their projects include two minibooks, a sci-fi audio story, and some music. Most of their science fiction writing involves lesbianism and nonbinaryness and …

Headshot of Sarah Rhea Werner, a white woman with short brown hair and teal-colored eye glasses, smiling and looking off to one side.

Sarah Rhea Werner

Sarah Rhea Werner is the creator of Write Now with Sarah Werner, a weekly podcast for writers and creators (aspiring to professional) looking to find a healthy work/life/writing balance. Get the encouragement, honest advice, and inspiration you need to pursue your passion and write every day. Recurring themes include books, coffee, rainy days, truth, beauty, …

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 …