KM is a queer Nashvillian who reads a lot of books and watches too much TV. She hopes to one day retire as a recluse book printer with a farm of pigs.
On Sunday, the unofficial queen of comics, Kelly Sue DeConnick, put out a call for women artists under the hashtag #VisibleWomen… Women comic book artists who'd like a signal boost, tweet me yr portfolio links today/tomorrow & I'll RT. #VisibleWomen — Kelly Sue DeConnick (@kellysue) March 6, 2016 …and by Monday, hundreds of artists had respondedREAD MORE
Hi everyone! My name is KM, and I’m takin’ over this ship. You’ll still get your weekly dose of indie comics goodness, you just might see a bit more about webcomics and self-published comics because I spend too much time on the internet. But enough about that. Let’s talk comics! This month has seen aREAD MORE
An Age of License Lucy Knisley Fantagraphics October 2014 An Age of License is a travel journal written by Lucy Knisley that details her trip around Europe in the fall of 2011.READ MORE
Welcome to our summer cosplay series! For the month of July, WWAC’s Lifestyle section will be featuring articles on a variety of cosplay issues, from getting started in cosplay to issues of race and gender in cosplay. We started with Lindsey’s “Fail Better” about cosplaying when you have anxiety and body image issues. In thisREAD MORE