Join a conversation on Maureen McHugh’s evocative and powerful short story “Useless Things” at the James Tiptree Award website from March 1 to March 31. Moderated by Karen Joy Fowler, this discussion marks the start of the Tiptree Award Book Club, a forum for conversations about the works honored by the Award and the issues they raise. If you are interested in gender issues, the apocalypse, and the intersection of the two, you won’t want to miss this. “Useless Things” can be found in Eclipse 3, edited by Jonathan Strahan, and in the 27th edition of Gardner Dozois’ World’s Best Science Fiction.
eCube #7 is now online, with news about past Tiptree winners attending Wiscon, a very special Hotel Special, programming idea deadlines, and a call for Gathering ideas.
eCube #6 is now online, with deadline reminders for programming, parties, and special events, an update on past WisCon GOHs, and a guide to WisCon’s new user interface for its online registration program.
eCube #5 is now online, with an announcement about the Tiptree Award’s 20th Anniversary, a revised statement of principles, a call for programming ideas and academic presentations, “help wanted” adverts for volunteers and concom vacancies, and news about WisCholera and James Tiptree, Jr. herself.
eCube #4 is now online, with a proposed statement of principles for WisCon, “help wanted” adverts for concom vacancies, and great news about Nnedi Okorafor’s new project.
Please use this blog to make suggestions and to discuss the ConCom’s statement concerning Elizabeth Moon in eCube #3.
eCube #3 is now online, with a special message to the WisCon community about GOH Elizabeth Moon.
And eCube #2 is also online, with updates on programming, the Sixth Floor Housing Special, and the Writers’ Workshop.
eCube #1 is now online, with updates on our Guests of Honor, programming ideas, and the publications that make WisCon great.
Now online – the final edition of A Momentary Taste of WisCon, WisCon’s daily newsletter, with news about the Tiptree Auction, a note from Jeanne Gomoll, and the last installment of the GOH Q & A with Nnedi and Mary Anne.
Now online – the Sunday edition of A Momentary Taste of WisCon, WisCon’s daily newsletter, with more GOH Q & As with Nnedi and Mary Anne, programming updates, lost and found and photo booth updates, and other news from WisCon34.
Saturday’s edition of A Momentary Taste of WisCon is now online, with news about registration for WisCon35, interviews with Guests of Honor Nnedi Okorafor and Mary Anne Mohanraj, and news about Deb Mensinger.