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Samantha Puc is an essayist and culture critic whose work has been featured on Bitch Media, The Mary Sue, Bustle, and elsewhere. She mostly writes intersectional pop culture analysis with a particular focus on representation of LGBTQ and fat characters in fiction. Samantha is the managing editor at The Beat, as well as the co-creator and editor-in-chief of Fatventure Mag, an outdoors zine for fat folx who are into being active, but not into toxic weight-loss culture. She lives in Montana with her partner and cats.

Get a sneak peek at BEE AND PUPPYCAT: LAZY IN SPACE...

The dynamic duo and their friends are back!

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Plus: Giant Days Vol. 12, Black Badge Vol. 3, and more.

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