Women and non-binary people do write about comics, folks. Seriously, a lot.
WWAC employs a diverse group of intersectional, international feminists to provide an equally diverse insight into the world of comic book culture and the comic book industry at large. We’re committed to giving our readers diverse, interesting, critical and fun content on comic books, the comic industry, books, comic book culture, and a look into differing geeky lifestyles.
WWAC covers a large variety of topics under the comic book umbrella. Reviews, reports on mainstream and local conventions, comic book-inspired recipes, features discussing socio-political happenings in the comic book industry, and much more. The contributors at WWAC work to provide a fresh, diverse outlook into the world of comic books to all our readers.
While all of our writers are women and non-binary people, 60% of our readers identify as female or non-binary. We take this seriously: WWAC exists to be a safer space for us, the staff and contributors, and for marginalized peoples, and in order to keep the site safer, we have some rules.
We happily accept review PDFs, ARCs, and contact from press. Prospective contributors should refer to our pitch guidelines here.
Although WWAC is always growing, we don’t have any open staff positions at this time. If you would like to contribute on a regular basis you can contact the editors directly through email. So far we have published over 300 women and non-binary writers and are always looking for new voices to join the conversation.
Editors are available to the press for comment at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact staffers individually about panels, podcasts, and writing opportunities.
WWAC is maintained as a safer space for women and non-binary folks. As such, all comments are moderated. Bullying, harassment, threats, and bigotry are grounds for immediate banishment. Please find our comment policy here.