Every day at Pink Raygun, you’ll find commentary on what’s current in visual and print media

op-eds addressing issues in media and geekdom, and interviews with the women and men behind the geek stuff we love

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What We do

Pink Raygun began in February 2007 as a girly place to talk science fiction. Over the years, our audience has grown to include all kinds of geeks from all backgrounds and fandoms. Pink Raygun has as many points of view as it has contributors and readers, brought together by the power of geek.

Platform for geeks

Pink Raygun offers a platform for geeks, fans, and creators who are traditionally underrepresented in science fiction, fantasy, horror, and comics. We are the antidote to the stereotypical fansite.

We Speak.

Pink Raygun has as many points of view as it has contributors and readers, brought together by the power of geek. Over the years, our audience has grown to include all kinds of geeks from all backgrounds and fandoms

Submit Artwork

Can I submit my artwork to the Pink Raygun Gallery?
Artwork submitted to the gallery should incorporate an image of a pink raygun. We will include a link to your website and the bio of your choice.

Contributor

Take a look around the site and see what other writers have done and to get a feel for the tone. We don’t have a monolithic point of view – there’s a lot of room to be yourself and be personable.

My e-Books & Reviews

How can I get Pink Raygun to review my book/ comic book/ other property?
We can’t afford to buy everything out there. If you’d like your property reviewed in Pink Raygun, please provide either physical or digital preview copies.

I saw a book/movie/tv show/website that could use the Pink Raygun treatment. Who do I tell about it?

if you have strong feelings about it that you want to share, you can contact the editors about writing your own piece for PRG. We always welcome and encourage individual points of view.

My story

What is Pink Raygun? I’m trying to write this without using the word “diversity.” Damn it. I just used it.
Pink Raygun began in February 2007 as a girly place to talk science fiction. Over the years, our audience has grown to include all kinds of geeks from all backgrounds and fandoms.

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