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She's Such a Geek is an anthology of essays about female geeks, edited by Annalee Newitz and Charlie Anders. The official website for the book is at shessuchageek.com.

Outline/contributors

Growing Up Nerd

  • Kory Wells, "Really good for a girl"
  • Jamie Schoenewies, "Dial-up Desire"
  • Jessica Dickinson Goodman, "High school politics"
  • Diana Husmann, "The dress"

High Tech

  • Ellen Spertus, "Professor in a circuit-board corset"
  • Wendy Seltzer, "The overloaded activist"
  • Thida Cornes, "Gimp Geek"
  • Violet Blue, "The hacker's guide to what's in her own panties"

In the lab

  • Corie Ralston, "The making of a synchrotron geek"
  • Suzanne E. Franks, "Suzy the Computer vs Dr. Sexy"
  • Roopa Ramamoorthi, "All our boys go to the IT industry in America"
  • Nina Simone Dudnik, "Sex and the single (woman) biologist"
  • Charlie Anders, "I am wonk, hear me analyze"

Geek, interrupted

  • Kristin Abkemeier, "Job security"
  • Elisabeth Severson, "{women}n{mathematic}={me, at least}"
  • Jenn Shreve, "Geek, interrupted"
  • Aomawa Shields, "Universe: the sequel"

Games

  • Morgan Romine, "Fantasy to frag doll: the story of a gamer princess"
  • Paula Gaetos, "Fatality!"
  • Quinn Norton, "Dreaming in unison"
  • Mara Poulsen, "Why BMX XXX sucks"

Superheroes

  • Devin Kalile Grayson, "Sidekicks"
  • Michelle Villanueva, "Neville-mania"
  • Annalee Newitz, "When Diana Prince take off her glasses"

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