Writing Comics for a female audience panel discussion!

So what do women want in comics? Listen to my Toronto Comics Art Festival panel mates discuss writing comics for a female audience…along with the occasional tidbit thrown in by yours truly.

What do Women Want? Writing Comics for a female audience (1:03:26, 58mb)

Many thanks to Jaime Coville from thecomicbooks.com for recording!

On this panel was Brenden Fletcher, Sam Maggs, Sydney Padua, Sandra Bell-Lundy, Svetlana Chmakova and the panel was moderated by Lianne Sentar.

What do Women Want? Writing Comics for a Female Audience

If you’re visiting the Toronto Comic Arts Festival on Saturday, May 9, I’ll be participating on a panel discussing “What do Women Want?” Writing Comics for a Female Audience”  
4:00pm at the Marriott Bloor-Yorkville
Attendance is free!
What Do Women Want? Writing Comics For A Female Audience
A reprise of one of our most popular panels of 2014! We’ve seen a million panels about “women working in comics”, but what about the women who read them, and targeting women as a consumer base? How does the Female Gaze apply vs. the Male Gaze, what is the power of female fandom in the industry? In this engaging discussion led by Chromatic Press’ Editor Lianne Sentar, journalist Sam Maggs (Fangirl’s Guide To The Galaxy) and comics creators Sandra Bell-Lundy (Between Friends),  Brenden Fletcher (Gotham Academy, Batgirl), Svetlana Chmakova (Awkward), and Sydney Padua (Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace & Babbage) explore what female audiences are looking for, and how creators and publishers can target them with their work.