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Brenna Clarke Gray

Part muppet and part college faculty member, Brenna Clarke Gray holds a PhD in Canadian Literature while simultaneously holding two cats named Chaucer and Swift. It's a juggling act. Raised in small-town Ontario, Brenna has since been transported by school to the Atlantic provinces and by work to the Vancouver area, where she now lives with her stylish cyclist/webgeek husband and the aforementioned cats. When not posing by day as a forserious academic, she can be found painting her nails and watching Degrassi (through the critical lens of awesomeness). She posts about graphic narratives at Graphixia, and occasionally she remembers to update her own blog, Not That Kind of Doctor. Blog: Not That Kind of Doctor Twitter: @brennacgray

Comics Fetish: Volume 89

What Happens After You Call Out Poor Representation on Twitter?

We've all seen Twitter callouts of poor representation—but what happens after that? We discuss next steps with a creator.

Litsy: If Instagram and Goodreads Had a Perfect Baby

Have you been hearing the buzz about Litsy? It's a social media app for readers!

Justin Trudeau AND Alpha Flight in CIVIL WAR II #5: THIS IS NOT A DRILL

Justin Trudeau and Alpha Flight are centre stage in Zdarsky and Perez's CIVIL WAR II #5.

25 Literary Yo Mama Jokes

How many literary references can you identify in these bookish "yo mama" jokes?

Litsy: If Instagram and Goodreads Had a Perfect Baby

Have you signed up for the new bookish social network Litsy? We think you might like it.

On Prostitutes and Parables: A Conversation with Chester Brown

In Mary Wept Over the Feet of Jesus, Chester Brown adapts several Bible stories in support of a controversial thesis: that the Virgin Mary was a prostitute.

Litsy: If Instagram and Goodreads Had a Perfect Baby

Have you been hearing the buzz about Litsy? It's a social media app for readers

Dear Comics Geek, Issue 1: Grading Comics and Marvel vs. Dark Horse

At long last, Brenna is back with the first edition of Dear Comics Geek, our advice column for all the comics nerds out there!

What Happens After You Call Out Poor Representation on Social Media?

What happens after you call out poor representation in a book or comic on social media? Brenna recently had that experience over on Panels.