Gentle readers! Hello! Two items of possible interest and note to those of you who are interested in these sorts of things:
Item the first: Next week, I’ll be at WisCon 37, which runs on the 24-27th in lovely Madison, Wisconsin. I’ll be on several panels and look forward to seeing some of you in the audiences and around the convention. Don’t be shy about introducing yourselves, because I don’t bite.
Unless you have free food on offer, in which case I’ll definitely bite the heck out of that. (No please: Take me out to lunch.)
Adjunct to this, I have two essays appearing in The WisCon Chronicles: Shattering Ableist Narratives, Volume 7, edited by JoSelle Vanderhooft. You can pick up a copy of the book at WisCon if you’re there, and it’ll be released in June for the rest of you kids, at which point you can order it from Aqueduct Press, your local independent bookstore, or another preferred book vendor.
Item the second: The Great Facebook Debate has ended in a reluctant compromise. I now have a Facebook Page, which you can ‘like,’ if you’re into that kind of thing, to keep up with my doings. (And non-doings, as the case may be.)