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C.P. Hoffman is a recovering lawyer-turned-pop culture critic. By day, C.P. writes about digital accessibility and the law; by night, they write about comics, pop culture, books, and gender. Their work has appeared on a number of prominent pop culture sites, including Comic Book Resources, Nerdist, Book Riot, and Women Write About Comics. In addition, C.P. has also published a number of articles on legal history in peer-reviewed academic journals. Their article, "No, Diversity Didn't Kill Marvel's Comic Sales," was cited widely across the mainstream press, everywhere from the BBC to Vox to Teen Vogue, while their academic research into Canadian upper house reform has been covered in The National Post and Canada's History magazine. C.P. has lived across North America (Indianapolis > Chicago > New York > Montreal > Indianapolis again), as well as a brief sojourn in Siberia, but now resides in Maryland just outside of Washington, DC. They have a particular affinity for Spider-Women, but also love Wonder Woman, comics about witches, and stories about time travel. For inexplicable reasons, they also tweet a lot about the Fantastic Four. Twitter: @CPHwriter
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