Geek Girl Authority has a simple mission: to provide a welcoming space for good old fashioned nerdy fun within the Geek Culture and Pop Culture Universes. Though, as the name implies, we were founded by women, we are by no means exclusive. We seek inclusivity and encourage a variety of voices for the site and benefit greatly from those varied perspectives. All we ask is that they are excited to geek out on just about everything. We encourage passion, knowledge and conversation on the topics which are important to all of us.
Since 2014, GGA has been a grassroots, independent site for fans by fans. We’re not gate keepers, we’re fan positive! Need to know about Star Trek, we’ll tell you what episodes to watch. Need to know about She-Hulk, we’ll tell you which comic book issues to read. Need Star Wars content, we got you. Need to know what shows to watch, we cannot wait to share ideas with you. We live to spread fandom joy.
Geek Girl Authority
Audrey Kearns – Founder, Editor-in-Chief, Publisher
Noetta Harjo – Co-Editor, Senior Contributor
Leona Laurie – Co-Editor, Senior Contributor
Renee Lopez – Video Games Editor, Senior Contributor
Melody McCune – Co-Editor, Senior Contributor
Julia Roth – Co-Editor, Senior Contributor
Kimberly Pierce – Film Critic
Melis Amber – Contributor
Jane Y. Auman – Contributor
Lorinda Donovan – Contributor
Rob Fenimore – Contributor
Fallon Marie Gannon – Contributor
Dara Gholston – Contributor
Emily Rose Jacobson – Contributor
Erin Lynch – Contributor
Talyna Morrison – Contributor
Tyler Boyce – Contributor
Maisie Williams – Contributor
Claudia Dolph – Co-Founder
Jenny Flack – Co-Founder
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Hey lovers of all things geeky! We’re looking for new contributors to Geek Girl Authority. We’re looking for coverage in all areas including breaking news, science, reviews, interviews, op-ed pieces and television recaps. We love folks with a strong point a view, geek knowledge, pop culture knowledge and an over-joyous interest in their favorite television shows, movies, literature, web content and podcasts.
We’re a small but well-read website just-a-boostin’ our signal so there is no pay at this time but we can guarantee fun times and visibility. If interested, please email email@example.com with your area(s) of interest and a writing sample (or link to a sample of your work).
Audrey Kearns Founder, Editor-in-Chief of Geek Girl Authority