• 2018 Hugo Reviews: Novellas and Novels

    2018 Hugo Reviews: Novellas and Novels0

    With the short stories and novelettes discussed in the previous post, Bookmarked’s coverage of the 2018 Hugo Awards finalists draws to a close with the remainder of the main four prose categories: Best Novella and Best Novel.

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  • A Conversation with Webcomics’ Stan Stanley

    A Conversation with Webcomics’ Stan Stanley0

    Stan Stanley is one of the very first webcomic creators I ever followed as a teen, and it was a delight to discover that she was still in the webcomics game post Boy Meets Boy, tabling at the very same convention I was attending: Flame Con! We sat down together and talked about the old

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  • Our Stories, Our Voices: Strong Words for Important Times

    Our Stories, Our Voices: Strong Words for Important Times0

    Our Stories, Our Voices: 21 YA Authors Get Real About Injustice, Empowerment, and Growing Up Female in America Edited by Amy Reed Simon Pulse August 14, 2018 When I was a young, queer, Latinx girl growing up on the East coast, my options for stories about people like me—even lived experiences by authors—were few and

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  • Journey Across the Seven Seas: Rainbow Edition

    Journey Across the Seven Seas: Rainbow Edition0

    Pride Month is over, which means it’s an excellent time to keep the queerness going by checking out the LGBT+ releases Seven Seas has brought out recently. Oh, and some other good stuff too, I suppose!

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  • Good Boy! Is Your New Favorite Comics Magazine

    Good Boy! Is Your New Favorite Comics Magazine0

    Comics are weird. They’re also amazing, but often get stuck in the rut created by the Big Two and the accursed direct market. Luckily, there are some rad creators trying to make fantastic things that will change the landscape of comics and bring more great stories to more people. Two of those comic book heroes

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  • Great Power Verbs Great Responsibility

    Great Power Verbs Great Responsibility0

    It is common knowledge that Spider-Man’s heroism is driven by the realization that “with great power comes great responsibility,” but that tagline hasn’t always existed in that form. In the first appearance of Spider-Man in 1962’s Amazing Fantasy #15, the final panel of the story introducing the new superhero is overrun with words. It says,

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