I’ll be on two panels and one reading this weekend at Wiscon 41, a feminist-focused SF convention:
Saturday, May 27, 1 to 2:15 p.m., Conference 4, Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading.
Eight members (including me) of Broad Universe,
an organization for women writers and editors of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, will read brief works. I’ll read an essay about how much money Miguel de Cervantes earned for one of the greatest novels of all time, Don Quixote de la Mancha.
You’ll be horrified by how little.
Saturday, May 27, 4 to 5:15 p.m., Conference 5, Women of Atheism
. Four of us will speak on not believing in the existence of deities and how that affects our perspectives and lived experiences. Come and talk about what you believe and don’t believe.
Sunday, May 28, 1 to 2:15 p.m., University C, Speculative Fiction in Translation.
Rachel S. Cordasco, Arrate Hidalgo, and I will talk about who gets translated, why, and what you might enjoy reading. If you come, you’ll receive a reading list, some M&Ms, and even a free book (supplies are limited).
— Sue Burke