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Actually what this should say is: I wrote a teeny tiny part of a thing! My essay “Uhura Shows Us How It’s Done” is included in the eBook version of… 270 more words

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Today's Plans: Publisher to the Rescue

Well, I was supposed to do some housecleaning today, but my publisher sent the final proof for the e-book version of Natural Order so now I have a completely justifiable excuse to do something else besides cleaning. 231 more words

Natural Order

Podcasts for Beginners #WC39

As I mentioned before, I was on a lot of panels at WisCon 39. They were super fun to do albeit somewhat energy and time consuming. 137 more words

Nerdgasm Noire

#Wiscon39 Round-up

I mentioned a couple weeks ago that I was attending Wiscon and participating in panels.

If you (or know anyone who) posted write-ups for the following panels or Wiscon generally, please let me know so I can link! 98 more words

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WisCon Guests of Honor: Race and Gender over time

In the last post, I talk about the basics what Guests of Honor are at WisCon and how they get selected.  This year I sat on a panel called “Where is WisCon going?”  One thing I could have said (but forgot to), is that I nominate and vote for women of color for the Guest of Honor slot.   741 more words


Guests of Honor at WisCon: An introduction

What are Guests of Honor?

Guests of honor (GoHs) are one or more people invited to Wiscon, who give a keynote speech, give readings, and, if they are interested, sit on panels during the convention. 264 more words


Social Interaction Badges at WisCon 39: Part 2

WisCon is a medium-sized convention, capped at 1,000 members, focused on feminist science fiction and fantasy.  Our members come from all over the country and world.   476 more words