• 6 Ways Movie Scores and Soundtracks Go Horribly Wrong

    6 Ways Movie Scores and Soundtracks Go Horribly Wrong0

    • June 22, 2016

    Movie scores and soundtracks are an integral part of the movie experience. When they work right, just a few bars of the theme song or a key part of the soundtrack, brings us back memories of the film itself. But for every auteur carefully assembling, timing and tuning a soundtrack that speaks to us, and

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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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  • “COMIC BOOKS HAVE EDITORS!” – An Interview with Janelle Asselin

    “COMIC BOOKS HAVE EDITORS!” – An Interview with Janelle Asselin2

    Since Janelle Asselin’s announcement earlier this month that she was stepping down as Senior Editor of Comics Alliance to make Rosy Press her main focus, Women Write About Comics were eager to talk to her about her career in comics, Fresh Romance, and, of course, cats! How did you get your start in the comics

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