The Geekiary is a geek news and analysis website started by fans, for fans.
The Geekiary was founded in 2013 as a place for fans to report on news from a “fan perspective.” Since then, the Geekiary has fostered an active community of diverse geeks across the globe. We’re proud to support fan works, while shining light on underrepresented voices in media through content creator interviews, reviews, and recommendations.
We’re fans. We have a lot of FEELINGS.
This is where we talk about them.
We hope you’ll join the conversation!
The Geekiary has been used as a reference on the following notable websites:
BBC | SyFy | Fortune | Yahoo! News (2) | iO9 | Daily Dot | Vox (2) | Polygon | Comics Beat | The Backlot | Buzzfeed | The Mary Sue | Kotaku | Medium | Business Times | Tor | Transformative Works | The Atlantic| Vulture | Hollywood Life| TV Line | New Now Next | Metro | Pride| Pink News | Looper | Comic Sands | Broadcasters Podcast | Autostraddle
The Geekiary has been cited as a source on the following online encyclopedias & dictionaries:
Members of our team have hosted panels at San Diego Comic-Con, MegaCon, KawaiiKon, and various other cons and events across the United States. As of 2019, we’ve got a few Hugo Award Winners, too, (thanks to AO3).
We abide by the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics and the IFCN Code of Principles.