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Tag Archives: science fiction conventions
If you’re coming to Norwescon, here’s where you can find me! I’ll also be spending much of my time at Jennifer Brozek’s booth in the dealer room – and will have swag! Come say hi. THURSDAY Go, Flash, Go! Flash … Continue reading
ConFusion will always have a very special place in my heart because it was the first convention to invite me as a Guest of Honor. Michigan in January may be chilly, but I can count on a warm reception there … Continue reading
Here’s my schedule! If you want to meet up, please talk to me about it BEFORE the con; by the time the convention rolls around, I am always booked pretty solidly. Sat Nov 10 10:00:am Kaffeeklatche Nightclub Have a morning … Continue reading
Fri 11:00 AM-12:00 PM – Cascade 7&8 Catching Readers, Hook, Line, & Sinker Cat Rambo (M), Gregory A. Wilson, Leslie Howle, Jude-Marie Green, Tori Centanni Fri 12:00 PM-1:00 PM – Cascade 3&4 The Language of Gender Cat Rambo (M), Jason … Continue reading
The SFWA Board recently passed an Accessibility Guidelines Checklist, which will be used at all SFWA-sponsored events. That includes things like the Nebulas, the NY Meet and Greet, etc. Along with passing them, the board passed a provision that every time they get used at such an event, someone sits down afterward and checks to make sure they worked well and don’t need to be adjusted.
One reason I think this is great is that I’ve seen a lot of conventions lately — among the largest around — that have dropped the ball as far as accessibility goes. It’s great to see SFWA leading by example by using such a set of guidelines as well as making it available to conventions who might find it a useful resource.