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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 copy editor 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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  • Copyediting: What Even IS That? Four Copyeditors Discuss The Matter

    Copyediting: What Even IS That? Four Copyeditors Discuss The Matter1

    Back in May, Claire—WWAC’s Features and Opinions Editor—and Jasmine—the co-editor of The Psychedelic Journal—had a little roundtable discussion on editing and what it’s all about. This got us—the copyediting team here at WWAC—thinking. Perhaps we should have a little roundtable of our own. “Copyediting?” “What even is that?” “Why do you need a copyeditor?” “Don’t

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  • Wandering in The Endless Forest: My Nostalgia and Tale of Tales

    Wandering in The Endless Forest: My Nostalgia and Tale of Tales0

    • July 15, 2015

    If you’re interested in video gaming, especially indie games, you might’ve heard of the Belgian game developer Tale of Tales. Founded by Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn in 2002, Tale of Tales is most widely known for its beautiful and eerie game The Path released in 2009. Their latest artistic creation, Sunset, was released in

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  • Secondhand Memories and Cell Phone Novels: An Interview with Takatsu

    Secondhand Memories and Cell Phone Novels: An Interview with Takatsu0

    Technological advances, the invention of the internet, and the so-called “Digital Revolution” have undoubtedly impacted our daily lives. The ways in which we communicate with one another have drastically changed since my birth in the 1980s. The internet has especially helped to bring about the global “democratization of knowledge” and information, which has lead to

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  • You Are What You Watch: Which Five Anime Shaped Your Life?

    You Are What You Watch: Which Five Anime Shaped Your Life?20

    Whenever I’m asked about my favorite books, movies, anime, or video games, I hesitate to answer. For me, comparing my love of Haruki Murakami to J. R. R. Tolkien, for example, is like comparing apples to oranges or choosing between chocolate and vanilla. Murakami and Tolkien, apples and oranges, and chocolate and vanilla are all

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