Anyone who follows this blog will know that I’m a regular contributor to Women Write About Comics. If you enjoy my writing or that of the site’s other contributors, then perhaps you can consider donating to the WWAC Patreon. in return, you’ll gain access to an exclusive article every month.
The WWAC Patreon exclusives are a fairly recent addition to our output, having been introduced in 2019, but already they’ve come to include a substantial body of comic criticism and scholarship: my latest piece weighs in at over 6000 words, and that’s just to start with.
All of the exclusive articles have free previews on the main site, so you can take a look before you commit to paying. Here are some samples of the articles I’ve written:
- Star Gods and Spider-Beasts: Doctor Who Comics of the Tom Baker Era
- She Who Must Be Obeyed: Wonder Woman’s Secret Origin as Victorian Villainess
- Infinite Crisis: Fifteen Years Later
- Fumetti Nightmares: Belzeba, Italy’s Intersex Imp
- The Fighting First Lady: Red Sonja in the 1970s
- G. Willow Wilson’s Wonder Woman: A Retrospective
if you sign up you’ll also be getting exclusive articles from other WWAC contributors, discussing Marvel, manga, Transformers and more:
- Wild, Weird Writing: Charlotte Brontë, Welcome to Die by Kayleigh Hearn
- Transforming the Narrative: An Analysis of The Transformers: The IDW Collection – Infiltration by Nola Pfau
- Magik and Shadows: How Kate Pryde and Ilyana Rasputin Made Me a Better, Gayer, Comics Fan by Zoe Tunnell
- Mahou Josei Chimaka Embodies Me As An Adult Magical Girl Fan by Latonya Pennington
- Bakuman Is a Comic about Death Note by Masha Zhdanova
- The Marvel Girl Next Door by Kayleigh Hearn
- Happily Ever After? A Fables Retrospective by Cori McCreery
- Subterranean Mutant Semiotics: Morlocks, X-Factor, and the Privilege of Passing by Dani Kinney
- Transforming the Narrative: An Analysis of The Transformers: The IDW Collection – Phase One, Volume One by Nola Pfau
If any of this strikes your interest, and if you’d like similar material delivered your way every month in exchange for a small regular donation, then head on over to the WWAC Patreon!