Press

Lara Croft Has Company: More Female Heroes Appear in Big-Budget Games – The New York Times

At Comic-Con, It Feels Like the Year of the Woman – The New York Times

Sam Maggs’ new book Wonder Women revisits 25 women who inspire – Entertainment Weekly

Sam Maggs on Wonder Women, Intersectional Feminism and More! – Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls

Sam Maggs’ Wonder Women Makes History Exciting and Empowering – Nerdist

Writer Sam Maggs talks Star Trek and Wonder Women – Blastr

2016’s 60 Under 30 – Flare

A new book celebrates 25 world-changing women – Chatelaine

Millennial Falcon: Sam Maggs is the First Lady of Geek – cover story for the Western Alumni Gazette

Putting “her”story under a microscope – The Toronto Star

Compelling Books — and Authors — to Check Out This Fall – The Village Voice

Which of These Things Was Invented by a Woman? – Sweet

IDW Preps Four Trek Adventures for November – Star Trek.com

Sam Maggs’ Wonder Women celebrates trailblazing women through history – Metro News

Sam Maggs explores fangirl passion and real-life wonder women – Calgary Herald

Woman Crush Wednesday: Sam Maggs – The Social

14 Books Game Developer Barbie Would Love – Bustle

One Fangirl’s Rallying Cry – The Toronto Star

Sam Maggs Wants to Show the World Nerdy Women Are People, Too – The National Post

How the Success of Marvel’s Female Superheroes Heralds a More Inclusive Age of Comics – Vulture

Sam Maggs urges girls to geek out sans apology – CBC

Star Wars superfan Sam Maggs reviews Force Awakens (very carefully) – CBC

8 Ways To Achieve Your Geek Girl Dreams, With Some Help From Sam Maggs’ ‘The Fangirl’s Guide to the Universe’ – Bustle

If you’re in Canada, you can watch me talk about fangirls on The Social and Breakfast Television!

My panel with Meg Cabot at BookCon 2015 was one of NewsWeek’s Must-See Events for the con.

Various interviews: Hello Giggles, RT Book Reviews, Barnes & Noble, Paper Droids, Geek Dad, After Ellen.

The Nerdist revealed the book cover for Fangirl’s Guide.

I was featured in a TechGirls Canada Portraits of Strength Profile.

I won the Awesome Geek Feminist of 2013 Award from Women Write About Comics.

 

Sometimes people are kind enough to draw my face and then I put them here because how lucky am I, seriously.

Art by Selena for Secret Loves.

Art by Selena for Secret Loves.

Supernatural art by Richard.

Supernatural art by Richard.

Art by Meg.

Art by Meg.

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Art by Jenn.

Art by Jenn.

Adorable art by Tilly.

Adorable art by Tilly.

My card by Kiva Bay for the Feminist Deck.

My card by Kiva Bay for the Feminist Deck.

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Portrait by Pidpenky.

Sam Portrait

Portrait by Dani Taillefer.

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Art by Elena.