So a writer declared on Twitter that if you’re writing while keeping your day job, you’re doing it wrong. John Scalzi disagrees.
Five red flags to look for in contracts.
A look at law and freelancing. It includes links to a 2018 California court case making it harder to classify employees as contractors and a proposed change to Texas rules that would benefit employers.
Why Marvel got sexier as the Silver Age moved along. Look at John Romita’s Mary Jane below for an example.
You can’t trademark a generic word like “booking” for a travel site. Unless, a court ruling says, you make it a domain name first.
A Q&A with comics veteran Roy Thomas.
For years, Disney’s comic books didn’t divulge the names of the people who worked on them (the company preferred the illusion that Walt did it all). Here’s the story of how Carl Barks, the creator of Uncle Scrooge, finally got some attention.
Captain America, horror comics host?
Hybrid authors publish traditionally and indie both. Hybrid publishing isn’t the same thing.
Brian Cronin rips into the assumption that white male leads are a natural choice, whereas anything else is suspect.
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