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Accessibility - Dublin 2019 Worldcon Bid

One the reasons I’m proud to be a part of the Dublin 2019 Worldcon bid team is the importance that has been placed on accessibility. We have been incorporating it into every aspect of our planning from the beginning, which is, in my opinion, how it should be done. 99 more words

Accessibility

Hugo eligibility reminder

I’m minutes away from doing my own nominations for the 2016 Hugo awards, so let me briefly remind everyone who can vote that Warrior Jayashree and the Young… 11 more words

Writing

MIDAMERICON II ANNOUNCES HUGO NOMINATION PERIOD OPEN

Kansas City, Missouri, USA – MidAmeriCon II, the 74th World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon), is delighted to announce that the 2016 Hugo Award and 1941 Retro Hugo Award nomination period is now open. 148 more words

Awards

THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN…

The Time of Judgement! That’s right, it’s nominating time for the Hugo Awards®, which is the big award given out by the World Science Fiction Convention every year. 482 more words

Girl Genius

As Strange as Fiction

It’s often said that “Life imitates art.” But as I posited in my last post, that doesn’t normally happen in SF. And yet, here we are: We have a presidential campaign that imitates a Hugo campaign. 431 more words

Of Shoes and Ships and Sealing-Wax, of Cabbages and Cons

Last weekend I attended COSine, a cozy science fiction convention held annually in Colorado Springs.  The guest of honor was Jim Butcher, the affable author of the Dresden Files.  226 more words

MidAmeriCon II

Decreasing distractions

I just registered for World Con/MidAmeriCon II! The hotel blocks were released Monday, so I registered and got my flight. I’ll be flying out to my friend… 514 more words

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