The WisCon Chronicles, Volume 2

Provocative essays on feminism, race, revolution, and the future.

Remember WisCon 31?
Wit flashed.
Sparks flew.
Eagles carried off the guests of honor.

The world's leading feminist sf convention just won't fit into Memorial Day weekend. Some forty contributors—too many to list here—take WisCon 2007 a step further.

Kelly Link and Laurie J. Marks on books they love and asbestos pants Chris Nakashima Brown, L. Timmel Duchamp, and K. Joyce Tsai on the volatile "Romance of the Revolution" panel, with a transcript by Laura Quilter Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu, Naamen G. Tilahun, Catherynne Valente, Wendy Walker, and others on issues of race and gender Rachel Swirsky (and sixteen others) on how to deal with racism and sexism in writers' workshops Plus Elizabeth Bear, Rosalyn Berne, Susan Simensky Bietila, Nicola Griffith, Jacqueline A. Gross, Joan Haran, M.J. Hardman, Nora Jemison, Tom LaFarge, Mark Rich, Kate Schaefer, and Lawrence Schimel on WisCon past and future

WisCon 31 lives! Enjoy it. (Eagles not included.)

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Publication Date: 
2008