fangirlcoverLast year, reader, you voted for the fabulous Sam Maggs of The Mary Sue. Our Geek Feminist of 2013 has a book, The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy, out this year!

But now it’s time to cast a vote for the women who inspired, challenged, supported, and amazed us in 2014. These women lead publications, organize community events, make art, challenge the publishing and gaming industries, and above all, experiment, take risks, and care for women. They’ve fought for themselves and for us, pushing for inclusivity, diversity, accountability, and change.


Your Geek Feminists of the Year: 

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