Panels & Presentations
April 6-8 2018: (C2E2 2018)
- CNSC Presents: It's OK to Not Like Things with Matt Peters, Caitlin Rosberg, and Michi Trota (moderator). CNSC often starts events with "Nerd Confessions," a judgement-free zone where people can share secrets like that they've never read the Lord of the Rings and be absolved by their fellow nerds. "It's OK to Not Like Things" is the same sort of thing, a space to talk about the things you're supposed to like...but don't, without fear of judgement.
- CNSC Presents: It's OK to Not Like Things Family Edition with Karlyn Meyer (moderator), Matt Peters, and Caitlin Rosberg.
- CNSC Presents: Geek Parenting with Paul Callan, Karlyn Meyer, David Peters, Caitlin Rosberg (moderator), and Summer Sparacin.
April 5 2018: (Panel) The Many Lives of Catwoman at the Book Cellar. With Angelica Jade Bastien, Lauren Burke, Tim Hanley, Caitlin Rosberg (moderator) and Katie Schenkel.
November 11 2017: (Podcast) All Comics Considered Episode Caitlin and White Knight. Hosted by Martin Gleason.
August 28 2017: (Podcast) Boy Problems Episode 4: Batman. Hosted by Meg Downey.
May 26-29 2017: (WisCon 41)
This is for YOU: Creating Inclusive Fan Spaces with Caitlin Rosberg, Michi Trota, Moondancer Drake (moderator), and Suzanne Walker.
Binders of Women: How and Why People Create Self Publishing Communities with Caitlin Rosberg (moderator), Melanie Gillman, Cecelia Isaac, and Jennifer Stevenson.
Following and Friendship: Social Media Etiquette for Fans with Caitlin Rosberg, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Michi Trota, and Tanya D (moderator).
It's OK to Not Like Things (But Don't Be a Jerk About It) with Caitlin Rosberg (moderator), KJ, and Emily Luebke.
Comics Are for Everybody (with Comic Matchmaking) with Caitlin Rosberg (moderator), Ctein, Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Jaime Garmendia.
April 22-23 2017: (C2E2)
- Gender Identity: Understanding Through Art with Bilal Shelby, Caitlin Rosberg, Jeff Pastiak, Katie Schenkel, and Izabel Gronski (moderator); organized by Comics Education Outreach.
- The Representation Book Shelf: Building a More Diverse Comics Classroom with Adan Alvarado, Bilal Shelby, Caitlin Rosberg, Ronell Whitaker (moderator), and Katie Schenkel; organized by Comics Education Outreach.
- Pitches and Portfolios: How to Get the Attention of Editors and Get Into Anthologies with Caitlin Rosberg, Megan Byrd (moderator), Summer Sparacin, Lauren Burke, Hanna-Pirita Lehkonen, Zach Lehner; organized by Ladies' Night Anthology.
Marcy 22 & 29 2017: (Podcast) All Comics Considered #78 & #79 Women's History Month. Hosted by Hannah Craig with Megan Spurr
- Episode #78: Lady Villains and Strong Female Characters
- Episode #79: Women Making Comics - Leaders, Editors, & Creators
November 23 2016: (Podcast) All Comics Considered Special Interview Edition. Hosted by Margy Gleason, Nick Fury, and Tim Bruhn.
September 17 2016: (Teaching with Comics Symposium)
- The Representation Bookshelf: Diversity Through Comics with Ronell Whitaker (moderator), Katie Schenkel, Adam Alvarado, Izabel Gronski
- Teaching Classics and Book Pairings With Comics with Ronell Whitaker (moderator), Russ Guldin, Katie Schenkel, Adam Ebert, Caitlin Rosberg
June 22 2016: (Podcast) Cast A Day 2016 #22 The Intellegent Iron Fan. Hosted by Matt Peters.
March 18 2016: (C2E2) Comic Fandom Year One: What you Wish You Knew Then with Megan Byrd, Lauren Burke, Keidra Chaney, and Summer Sparacin
March 16 2016: (Pre-C2E2 at Women & Children First) The Legacy of Lois Lane - Women in a World of Superheroes, 1938-Present, with Lauren Burke, Tim Hanley, Anne Elizabeth Moore, and Katie Schenkel
August 21 2015: (Wizard World Chicago)
- Marvel v DC: The Dawn of Nerdom with Aaron Amendola, Stella Cheeks, Terry Grant, Molly Jade. Moderated by Tony Kim aka @Crazy4ComicCon. Recording here.
- Geek Wars with Aaron Amendola, Michi Trota, Liz & Lindi of Team TSD, Jen Usellis. Moderated by Tony Kim aka @Crazy4ComicCon. Recording here.
August 9 2015: (Chicago Nerd Social Club) Sherlock 101 with Daina Almario-Kopp, Lauren Burke, and Gordon Dymowski.
June 4 2015: (Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America Nebula Awards) Graphic Novels Overview with Dan Berger and Valya Dudycz Lupescu.
April 25 2015: (C2E2) From the Top Down: Creating Spaces for Diverse Voices with Aaron Amendola, Kate Lanksy, Matthew Peters, Gail Simone, Michael Damian Thomas.
February 13-15 2015: (Capricon 35)
- Fanwork: Subverting & Reinforcing the Canon with Tanya DePass, Anne Elliot, and Samantha Haney Press.
- Pink Sock Puppets: Marketing Towards Women with Sondra de Jong, Patrick Hester, Ariela Housman, Renee Ismail, Caitlin Rosberg.
- Comics without Capes with Brian Babendererde, Dan Berger, John Bivens, and Valya Lupescu.
- Best Coimics of 2014 with John Bivens and Mallory Harrelson. (moderator)
- Fandom for All: Creating inclusive Communities with Mari Brighe, Jennifer Cross, Peter Heltzer, Mark Oshiro, and Michi Trota.
October 30 2014: Guest on What’s Good Radio podcast, #GamerGate Debate, Part 2: So Are These Kids All Crazy, or What?
October 2014: Interviewed for NPR’s Morning Edition. Where’s Thor When You Need Her? Women in Comics Fight An Uphill Battle.
April 26 2014: (C2E2) Creating Community: Hosting Ladies’ Night at Your Local Comic Shop with Lauren Burke, Megan Byrd, and Anissa Espinosa.