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The WisCon Chronicles (Vol 5): Writing and Racial Identity

edited by Nisi Shawl

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“There was never a doubt in my mind as to the theme of this fifth volume of the WisCon Chronicles. Almost as soon as Timmi Duchamp asked me to edit it, I knew. ‘Writing and racial identity,’ I stated firmly, aloud. It seemed to me a thoroughly WisConsinese topic,…”
  — from the Introduction by Nisi Shawl

Racial Identity and Writing
A Dozen Writers and Thinkers Reflect – Six-part Series edited by Eileen Gunn

WisCon GoH Speeches by
Mary Anne Mohanraj & Nnedi Okorafor

Speeches and Excerpts from Tiptree Award Winners
Greer Gilman & Fumi Yoshinaga (acceptance speech by Mari Kotani)

Essays by
Maurice Broaddus, Tanya C. DePass, Amal El-Mohtar, Jaymee Goh, MJ Hardman, Jane Irwin, Nancy Jane Moore,
Kate Nepveu, Vandana Singh, & Heidi Waterhouse and Jess Adams

Short Fiction & Poetry by
Terry Bisson, Jane Irwin, Amal El-Mohtar

Panel Transcripts & Notes
Neesha Meminger and Ibi Zoboi, Zola Mumford, Maria Velazquez, & LaShawn M. Wanak


*Publication of this book was partially supported by a grant from the Society for the Furtherance & Study of Fantasy & Science Fiction (SF3).

ISBN: 978-1-933500-73-7 (13 digit)
Publication Date: 2011
paperback 236 pages