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The WisCon Chronicles, Volume 1 by L. Timmel Duchamp
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Apr 22, 10

bookshelves: anthology, nonfiction, gender, science-fiction, essays, fantasy, writing
Read from April 14 to 22, 2010

Lots of good, interesting articles and other things in here. Even a short story. It makes me more than ready to go to Wiscon this year!

But it also makes me feel dumb. Lots of very smart people talking about things at a level way over my head. Or past my head, because it's not a subject I've thought a lot about or developed much of an interest in.

This is sort of like a slice of Wiscon. If your slice is skewed towards the academic track and and some of the harder panels.

But it did make me feel like I'd missed out. I missed out on the 30th Wiscon, where tons of past guests of honor were milling about, participating in programming, and being smart and interesting.

This book is a little piece of Wiscon history and fascinating reading (even when it did go over my head).

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