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"Call For Submissions" Just Sounds So Racy.

Are you a webcomics reader? Can you write?

Broken Frontier asked me to be their "webcomics editor" a couple months ago. Since then, Matt Koelbl and I have been having a high old time, introducing webcomics and webcartoonists to an audience that hasn't had much exposure to either. I enjoy hogging all the interviews with people like the Foglios and Shaenon (it's like going to a convention in my headset).

And yet, I'm prepared to give up most of the spotlight, because I also want to build something at the Frontier that will last beyond my tenure there. Frederik Hautain, the site's creator, and I want to lay the groundwork for an entire webcomics section, and that will take more than two contributors.

Things are very open right now, so this is a good chance to reach an audience of comics fans who are still learning webcomics, and to have some fun. Let me know what you'd like to do, and we'll take it from there!


Xaviar Xerexes's picture

Well as long as T is plugging for BF, I might as well add a plug for this site as well: Comixpedia is always looking for contributors to write features, reviews (and even comics!) and conduct interviews (of the non-pod-casty kind). We pay for published articles - standard is $5 for an interview, $10 for other published pieces (Non-standard arrangements can be made for difficult or unusual contributions). We've had an amazing array of folks write for Comixpedia over our 5 year history so you'd be joining some august company by contributing.

Comixpedia is also a great place to share your ideas with a large audience of creators and fans alike. Published articles here appear at; and are syndicated at


Xaviar Xerexes

On second thought, let's not go to Comixpedia. It is a silly place.

I run this place! Tip the piano player on the way out.