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Published January 24, 2019

Women of Marvel: Watch Video of Authors Lorraine Cink and Preeti Chhibber

The authors chat with Judy and Sana about connecting fans through books.

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Last week's new episode of Women of Marvel was all about storytelling -- something Marvel knows a lot about! But this installment of the series is special because it features two authors near and dear to the Marvel fandom family: Lorraine Cink (Earth's Mightiest Show) and Preeti Chhibber (Syfy Fangrrls), who both have books coming out! Cink discussed her upcoming "Powers of a Girl," which is all about the female Super Heroes of the Marvel Universe and on sale February 5. Chhibber, who is the author of "A Thousand Beginnings and Endings," has a new super secret project related to "Spider-Man: Far From Home."

Cink and Chhibber also talk to Judy and Sana about writing for the YA genre and how relatable it can be.

Watch the video above, then download the full audio episode below:

The Women of Marvel podcast assembles to chat all things Marvel and more! New episodes will be released every other Thursday, co-hosted by Marvel VP, Content and Character Development Sana Amanat and Marvel.com Producer Judy Stephens.

Have feedback or questions? Email us at WomenOf@marvel.com, or tweet your questions and comments to @Marvel with the hashtag #WomenOfMarvel.

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