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GiC Open Call: July 2016

July 2016 will be The Local Issue at Girls in Capes, and we are currently open to pitches from guest writers. We currently do not have a budget for guest writers, but strongly encourage including links in your articles. For July's [...]

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REVIEW: Warcraft

REVIEW: Warcraft

Imagine you’re thirteen years old, and you’ve been playing World of Warcraft every day for the past eight months. Now imagine that you hear that there’s going to be a movie based on your favorite video games and it’s apparently [...]

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On Our List: April 2016

On Our List: April 2016

Since April 20 is the UN's Chinese Language Day, I decided to finally commit to reading the US release of Chinese science fiction superstar Cixin Liu's novel The Three-Body Problem. Following the story of Chinese scientists involved with a secret [...]

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On Our List: March 2016

On Our List: March 2016

I've been looking forward to the release of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD for months now, and once I actually started playing, this game hasn't disappointed. It's darker than I expected, but the plot is so interesting that [...]

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Editor’s Letter: The Stories We Seek

Editor’s Letter: The Stories We Seek

Three years ago, a very short time after Girls in Capes first launched, we got a question about the name of our site, which I addressed in my editor's letter for that month: During a conversation with someone who eventually became [...]

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Severus Snape: Hero or Bully?

Severus Snape: Hero or Bully?

Author's Note: This article contains in-depth discussion of and spoilers for the Harry Potter series in its entirety. A monster franchise like Harry Potter will always have fans arguing about something. With such a deep and intricately thought-out universe, there are [...]

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On Our List: February 2016

On Our List: February 2016

With every passing day, my crush on Kate Leth just seems to grow. Her latest comic, Hellcat, is a delight and her fashion sense and style are always on point, but what I’m really getting into is her podcast, Less [...]

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On Our List: January 2016

On Our List: January 2016

Nonfiction is pretty far outside what I normally want to read, especially history and biography, but I've had Jung Chang's Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who Launched Modern China on my list since it first came out a little over [...]

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