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Roxane Gay is the queen of nemesis Twitter. But she's not the only one aching to indulge her petty side.
Many took issue with the magazine’s description of the 20-year-old billionaire.
The Dora Milaje will kick butt with Spider-Man, the X-Men and the Avengers in the comic series.
The author’s new memoir, "Hunger," is out this week.
No, she won't be going back to Simon & Schuster.
Thanks a lot, Milo Yiannopoulos.
"I'm the first black woman to write for Marvel," Gay explains. "Which makes no sense."
Feminist author Roxane Gay discusses becoming Marvel’s first black comic book writer and what it’s like to break the mold.
No, it's not just because she's the first black woman to do it.