3 Conferences, Femspec Issue 15

Includes:
MARGARET CRUIKSHANK. Paper from a NWSA Panel on Science Fiction and Ageing: Oakland, 2012
JENNIFER JODELL. Report on “Agents of Change”: Feminist SF Critics Meet Feminist SF Authors at University of Oregon
BATYA WEINBAUM. Femspec Salons at OLOC and NWSA, 2014 More

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About Femspec Journal

Femspec is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to challenging gender in science fiction, fantasy, magical realism, surrealism, myth, folklore and other supernatural genres.

The interview here contains the answers of the editor-in-chief and one of the founding editors, critic and writer Professor Batya Weinbaum, who has been keeping the journal together and publishing for 21 years.

We have been in existence since 1999. See femspec.org. Our editorial board includes Suzanne Bellamy, William Clemente, Joan Gordon, Veronica Hollinger, Philipa Kafka, Sylvia Kelso, Lysa Rivera,, Gina Wisker and Kimberly Brown.

Our production team offers internships, apprenticeship and associate experiences to early career participants, our talent scout is Gloria Orenstein; advisory board, Suzy Charnas, Diane DiPrima, Pamela Sargeant, Sheila Tobias, Constance Brereton; contributing editors are Marleen Barr, Samuel R., Delany and Darko Suvin. Contact femspec@aol.com to subscribe, donate, submit, and get involved. We are in need of a website maintenance person, a smashwords project manager, and also in search of peer review coordinator, as well as creative and media editors. We also need an advertising manager, social media promoter, grants writer, and fundraiser. Get in touch! Our next special issue, 19.2, will be on essentialism in sf and the academe. 19.1 will cover the 25th anniversary of the Women's Spirituality Department at CIIS.

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