Samantha Puc
Samantha Puc (she/they) is a fat, disabled, lesbian writer and editor who has been working in digital and print media since 2010. Their work focuses primarily on LGBTQ+ and fat representation in pop culture and their writing has been featured on Refinery29, Bitch Media, them., and elsewhere. Samantha is the co-creator of Fatventure Mag and she contributed to the award-winning Fat and Queer: An Anthology of Queer and Trans Bodies and Lives. They are an original cast member of Death2Divinity, and they are currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative nonfiction at The New School. When Samantha is not working or writing, she loves spending time with her cats, reading, and perfecting her grilled cheese recipe.

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Read Article Sophia Bush Comes Out as Queer and the Discourse Is Too Much
Sophia Bush at the 2024 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.
Read Article Exclusive: Most-Banned Book in the U.S., ‘Gender Queer,’ Will Be Released as an Audiobook in May
Gender Queer audiobook cover art (cropped)
Read Article EXCLUSIVE: ‘The Harrowing’ OGN Tackles Right & Wrong Through a Psychic Lens
The Harrowing interior art (cropped)
Read Article Bookworm Reads Proves It’s Possible to Grow a Sustainable Bookish Community That Doesn’t Exploit Its Users
Bookworm Reads founder Amelia Goodman
Read Article Cartoonists for Palestine Launches Online Archive in Response to Ongoing Genocide
Cartoonists for Palestine art by Kazmir Lee
Read Article Exclusive: Beloved Webtoon ‘Rigsby WI’ Coming to Print From Iron Circus
Rigsby WI cover art (cropped)
Read Article All ‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians’ Books, Ranked
Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief cover art (cropped)
Read Article All ‘Fallout’ Games & the Best Order in Which To Tackle Them
Vault Boy poses with his thumb up in front of the Fallout logo
Read Article TMS Exclusive: Oni Press Announces Ren Strapp’s Debut Graphic Novel ‘How Could You’
Interior art from Ren Strapp's How Could You
Read Article ‘Jawbreaker’ Was the Millennial ‘Heathers’—But How Does It Hold Up?
Screenshot from Jawbreaker (Sony Pictures)