Kelly Kanayama

Kelly Kanayama is a PhD researcher in contemporary transatlantic comics, originally from Hawaii but now based in Scotland. She has written on comics and related media for SciFiNow, NPR: Code Switch, Bitch, Paste, and xoJane. Her poetry on comics and pop culture has been published in the award-winning Lighthouse Literary Journal, Room Magazine, and Ink Sweat & Tears, while criticism and other writing can be found on the intersectional feminist geek culture site Women Write About Comics and on Mindless Ones. She is also the former Administrative Manager of Media Diversified, a global media and advocacy platform dedicated to promoting writing and experiences of color.

MAGAZINE CONTENT BY KELLY KANAYAMA

D-Day Dodgers 3Until the End of the World – A Guide to Garth Ennis’s Comics: Hard Men with Big Guns

Talking about Garth Ennis’ comics means talking about war. Whether he’s writing about telepathic contract killers or monumentally depraved superheroes, odds of encountering a story arc set during World War II or the Vietnam War… [more]

punisher-polar-bearUntil the End of the World – A Guide to Garth Ennis’s Comics: Introduction

Comics criticism has a Garth Ennis problem. Despite a considerable body of work spanning almost three decades which shows little sign of stopping – at the time of writing, he’s currently working on two monthly… [more]

STATISTICS FOR KELLY KANAYAMA

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