Showrunner Linda Bloodworth Thompson writes about her experiences with Les Moonves at CBS. “I never dreamed that I would become the first woman, along with my then-writing partner, Mary Kay Place, to write for M*A*S*H. I took pride in being part of a network that always seemed to […]
At Women Write About Comics, Clara Mae talks about Mantis–her history as a character and how she was portrayed in James Gunn’s Guardians Of The Galaxy 2. “When it was announced that director James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy 2 would feature Pom Klementieff as Mantis, I was […]
“Fangrrls was honored to hold our very first Women in Geek Media panel at this year’s New York Comic Con. The event brought together a kickass group of authors, journalists and content creators to discuss their experiences across the geek sphere, including Sarah Kuhn (Heroine Complex), Jamie Brodnax (Black […]
“2008 was an exciting time to be a Harry Potter fan. The final book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, had been released. Movies were on the way. And author Melissa Anelli was at the center of it all, running a popular fan site called The Leaky Caldron […]
At The Establishment, Katherine Cross writes about robots, gender and Tay the chatbot. “We are being primed by many tech giants to see AI not as a future lifeform, but as an endlessly compliant and pliable, often female, form of free labor, available for sex and for guilt-free […]
Emily Nussbaum writes about Jessica Jones, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and modern times for The New Yorker. “While the fact that Jessica Jones is Marvel’s first TV franchise starring a superpowered woman—and that it was created by a female showrunner, Melissa Rosenberg—amounts to a pretty limited sort of […]
“When she didn’t get an answer, Frances starting throwing punches.” You Must Remember This podcast looks at the life and legend of actor Frances Farmer.