WRITE FOR US!
Comic Book Clog is a bunch of folks writing about comic books and related topics as they choose. We don’t have rules or a publication schedule – we’re just here to have fun. As long as you have something already published on the web or are willing to send us a sample, you’re eligible to write for CBC. The site is new and we’re still getting our feet under us, so we don’t really have anything to offer you, but we hope you’ll consider having fun and writing about comic stuff with us! For information, email Jamie at comicbookclog [AT] gmail.com and set your subject to “CBC Author.”
Comic Book Clog is a catchall for all things comics and geek: books, tv shows, movies, collectables – you name it!
- Jamie Insalaco is the webmaster of ComicBookClog and the writer/director of the film Will Reading. You can find him on Twitter here.
- WAYLAND SMITH is the pen name for a native Texan who has lived in Massachusetts, New York, Washington DC, and presently makes his home in Virginia. His rather unlikely list of jobs includes private investigator, comic book shop owner, ring crew for a circus (then he ran away from the circus and joined home), deputy sheriff, writer, and freelance stagehand. Wayland has one novel out so far, In My Brother’s Name, and short stories in the anthologies “This Mutant Life: Bad Company”, “HeroNet Files, Vol 1,”, “SNAFU: An Anthology of Military Horror,” and “Bad Harvest.” A black belt in shao lin kung fu, he is also a fan of comic books, reading, writing, and various computer games (I”ll shut Civ down in one more turn. Really). He lives with a beautiful woman who was crazy enough to marry him, and a large German Shepherd. Wayland can be found on Twitter @waylandsmith1 or on Facebook.
- Geoff Arbuckle considers himself a champion of the four-color world. He’s a fan of comics of all kinds and from all ages, but he will tend to tell you too often that the best comics were from his youth – hence why he will regale readers with his Comic Book Classics Revisited articles. He owns all but 5 individual issues of The Avengers (unfortunately they are all expensive issues), his apartment is something of a museum of utter geekdom. He loves superheroes (especially Marvel), Doctor Who, the original Star Trek, Classic Horror Movies, bad movies (like REALLY bad), Godzilla and other Kaiju, and, last but not least, Funko Pops of all kinds.
- Paul Mallory is a long-time comic fan. He is also an aspiring comic and fiction writer, and can be found at www.paulmmallory.com. His main comic book interests are anything Batman related and currently reads mostly independent titles, up to and including Image Comics. He looks forward to interacting with other fans and readers.
The other authors will chime in with a quick word… when they get a free second!