by Beth Plutchak
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The personal is political, and the political is personal. This
collection of essays and an sf tale explores the intersections of
representation, science fiction, feminism, social justice, and fandom,
specifically in relationship to the feminist sf convention WisCon.
Plutchak argues that to build a new future we need new stories, stories
that tell us where we have been as well as show us where we are going,
and she uses feminist theory to analyze feminist sf fandom's history,
present, and future.
ISBN: 978-1-61976-121-6 (13 digit)
Publication Date: 2017
paperback 134 pages