Almost enough academic papers are promised, or on the way, or actually submitted Lots of other interesting things are beginning to appear, eg. we hope one Guest of Honour speech, already, courtesy of the publisher, plus 2 pieces from Nisi Shawl, the Tiptree prize winner, 2 poems on panels from Anne Sheldon, a truly excellent poet, and a My WisCon in verse in process from Robin Small-McCarthy, attending her first WisCon. A piece on language at Cons and elsewhere from MJ Hardman is on the way, and I’m hoping for an ethnography of WisCon from a writer and archaeologist, Meg Turville-Heitz.
Our own Nancy Jane Moore is doing a response to one of the academic papers, and a report with Diane Silver on a panel about a Writers’ Community. Other panel reports are also coming in, and there will be fiction and poetry from people who read their work at the Con.
I’d really like at this stage, some more overall views or My WisCons, and more panel reports. The ones I’m getting are excellent, so more please. More!
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