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    Rine Karr

    Rine Karr is the Chief Copyeditor and an occasional contributor at Women Write About Comics. She's a writer and aspiring novelist by moonlight and a copyeditor by daylight. Rine loves good food, travel, and lots of fiction, especially novels, anime, manga, video games, and films. She's also an Anime Writer at Girls in Capes.

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  • Seeking: Copyeditors

    Seeking: Copyeditors0

    • July 14, 2017

    Women do write about comics, guys. Seriously, a lot. Especially these women. Our beat is comics, creators, and geek culture from a feminist perspective. We are committed to intersectionality and internationality (our diverse staff hails from Canada, the UK, Switzerland, Brazil, and the United States). And while we’re an unabashedly feminist, unapologetically ladies-first operation, we have a

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  • To an Earth of Green Purity: Technology and Environmentalism in Miyazaki’s Films

    To an Earth of Green Purity: Technology and Environmentalism in Miyazaki’s Films0

    “I don’t understand,” I said one Friday evening as I stuffed crinkle-cut potato chips and French onion dip into my mouth and watched Princess Mononoke with my roommate during my first winter away from home at university. “Why are the animals so big?” I protested. “Why’s everybody yelling all the time? Ashitaka! San!” We laughed at

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  • Review: The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 2

    Review: The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 20

    The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 2 Written by Philip Pullman Adapted by Stéphane Melchior Art by Clément Oubrerie Coloring by Clément Oubrerie and Philippe Bruno Translated by Annie Eaton Published by Alfred A. Knopf Books For Young Readers September 20, 2016 Another year has passed, and that means the release of another volume of

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  • Denver Comic Con 2016. Star Wars! Cosplay! And Cary Elwes!

    Denver Comic Con 2016. Star Wars! Cosplay! And Cary Elwes!0

    I consider myself a comics baby—okay, perhaps a comics toddler. I’ve been a copyeditor and occasional contributing writer at Women Write About Comics for about a year and a half now, and yet, I still have so much to learn about the comics world. Manga, like Sailor Moon, and standalone graphic novels, like Persepolis, have been my

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