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theblerdgurl LIVE Karama Horne

About Me

I am a NY-based producer, podcaster, culture journalist, speaker and content creator. I founded theblerdgurl in 2013 so that I would have a place to talk about comics and characters I love, anime and science fiction. Today with over 25K engaged followers on twitter and over 12K followers on Instagram, theblerdgurl brand is now recognized throughout genre entertainment as an authority on geekdom, inclusion and the large often ignored sub-fandom of Black nerds or #blerds.  

I’m also a freelance contributing editor to SYFYWire, where I write the column Indie Comics Spotlight,I also regularly interview talent and creators on my podcast, live on stage at conventions as well as host panels and red carpets across the country.

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What I Do


I love content creation and have produced two web shows for SYFYWire that ran on the network in 2018. As a trained video editor, I regularly provide brands and outlets with professional content that feels natural and puts the viewer right into the story.


In addition to writing scripted content for my own podcasts and video segments. I also have bylines at Rotten TomatoesComicsBeat, BookRiot and The MarySue.


Does your red carpet need some Black Girl Magic? Are you looking for a host to interview talent at your convention? Need someone to cover your activation that can relate to fans? Maybe your podcast just needs one more sarcastic voice. Then I'm your girl.



I regularly speak at colleges and conventions about everything from Diversity in Pop Culture, to Marginalized Voices in Comics Geek Journalism. If your university, trade show or program is looking for pop-culture programming, let's talk!


With over 25K followers on twitter and over 12K on Instagram, theblerdgurl brand has a strong voice in the geek community. I regularly work with brands in the geek space who are looking to promote products and events to a more diverse audience in an authentic way.

Press Mentions

The Black Nerds Redefining the Culture - New York Times Magazine

Anime Has a Race Problem: Here's how Black fans are fixing it - The Guardian


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