Fangirls of the world, unite!
Stake your claim in the imagined/future/fictional universe of your choice, and find friends online and in-person to share the fun.
Happy book birthday to The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy!
Which fanship(s) do you identify with most?
Book info: The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy: a Handbook for Girl Geeks / Sam Maggs (aka Samantha Magguilli). Quirk Books, 2015. [author tumblr] [publisher site] [book trailer] Review copy and cover image courtesy of the publisher.
My book talk: Geeking out about your favorite sci-fi series or superhero comics is even more fun when you get together with other fangirls – online or in person. But where to begin?
Whether it’s gaming or anime, sci-fi or fantasy, Star Trek or Star Wars, you can find other fangirls who share your enthusiasms. Check out all the interviews with women writers and artists who share their advice on living the geek girl life (yep, many began by writing fanfic and drawing fanart).
From staying safe, hydrated and blister-free at conventions to locating online fangirl communities and staying clear of trolls, Sam Maggs tells you all the hows, wheres, and whens in this super guide.
Busting myths about feminism, girl gamers, and cosplay etiquette? Indeed!
Helping others be proud of the stories and characters they love? Awesome!
Discovering new female characters in comics, video, games, and books? The best!
Hone your reviewing skills, find resources for the best cosplay outfit ever, or get tips for amazing theme parties – YA book nerds, Whedonites, Otaku – The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy is for you! (One of 6,000 books recommended on www.abookandahug.com)