• Censure vs. Censor: A Blog Carnival

    Censure vs. Censor: A Blog Carnival1

    • April 9, 2015

    Welcome back to WWAC’s irregular blog carnival! It’s been awhile. This time we teamed up with Hooded Utilitarian, Paper Droids, Panels, Comics Spire, and Deadshirt to talk about censorship. Here’s the question I put to our brave writers: Censors and censures: What’s the difference? What is the social utility, if any, of them? What to do

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  • I Swear To Be Critical

    I Swear To Be Critical0

    Welcome to Part Two of WWAC’s contribution to our most recent Blog Carnival! Our topic: is there a difference between censures and censors? If so, what? Be sure to check out the accompanying posts from our friends at The Hooded Utilitarian, Panels, Deadshirt, and Paper Droids!

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  • Censoring the World: The Fight to Protect the Innocence of Children

    Censoring the World: The Fight to Protect the Innocence of Children3

    Welcome to Part One of WWAC’s contribution to our most recent Blog Carnival! Our topic: is there a difference between censures and censors? If so, what? Be sure to check out the accompanying posts from our friends at The Hooded Utilitarian, Panels, Deadshirt, and Paper Droids!

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  • Call for essays: Race, gender, and comics0

    • August 21, 2013

    Next month Women Write About Comics will be talking a lot about intersections of race and gender in comics. We’re looking for some great guest essays to round out our coverage. We’re specifically interested in: Creator profiles. Critical essays (ex. black masculinity and heroism, the “dragon ladies” of comics, whiteness and geek feminism). Personal essays

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