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The Secret Loves of Geek Girls: Redux

 

The Geek Girls Are Back!

 

A large batch of the contributors at the launch for the original book at Page & Panel. (Me on the far left with)

Contributor Margaret Atwood.

Hope Nicholson, publisher over at Bedside Press and overall fabulous activist and editor, has launched a new Kickstarter Gold project. This follow up book brings back your favourite writer and artists from The Secret Loves of Geek Girls with more true stories of love, sex, and dating from the worlds of fandom!

The Secret Loves of Geek Girls was a collection of comics, prose, and illustrations all on the themes of dating as a geek. The collection was full of stories from comic creators, sci-fi writers, videogame designers, cosplayers, and fans! The stories were a diverse range on different topics from first dates to discovering your sexuality and they’ve touched the hearts of people the world over. And this redux project will be the same!

The Returning Cast

Cover by Jenn Woodall

Each of the creators was featured in the first book, and our returning cast list is:

Cover art:

by Jenn Woodall

Comics by:

Margaret Atwood, Katie West (w/Jamie McKelvie), Trina Robbins (w/Megan Kearney), Janet Hetherington, Meags Fitzgerald, Jenn Woodall, Megan Kearney, ALB, Annie Mok, Erin Cossar, Jazmyn & Jessica Paoli, Sarah Searle, Jen Vaughn

Prose stories by:
J.M. Frey, Stephanie Cooke, Megan Lavey-Heaton, Loretta Jean, Emma Woolley, Adrienne Kress, Hope Nicholson, Cherelle Higgins

Art by:
Deena Pagliarello, Leslie Doyle, Gillian G, Rachael Wells

Excerpt from my tale “Time To Move”

How Do I Get My Copy?

Head over to the Kickstarter page to donate today, or watch Bedside Press for information on purchasing a copy for yourself once the Kickstarter has concluded.

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