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Nisi has an article in Ambling Along the Aqueduct titled A Year of Comfort and Discomfort.
Arisia - January 16-19, 2015
Nisi will read from recent work, participate in panels, and give a small workshop on dialect at Arisia in Boston, January 16 trhough 19, 2015. Find out more about this large regional science fiction convention at www.arisia.org.
Her appearances at Arisia include:
Hale; Friday 5:30
With Barry Longyear and John Chu
526 Erasure Is Not Equality
Burroughs; Saturday 10:00 AM
Victor Raymond; Mark Oshiro; Daniel José Older; N. K. Jemisin; Nisi Shawl
532 TheWorld Fantasy Award: Behind Lovecraft's Back
Burroughs; Saturday 11:30 AM
Mark Oshiro; Andrea Hairston; Erik Amundsen; Nisi Shawl
662 Avoiding Culturefail
Alcott; Saturday 1:00 PM
Nisi Shawl M; W. B. J. Williams; Victor Raymond; Steve E Popkes
1096 Dialect in SF/F
Marina 2; Saturday 7:00 PM
Andrea Hairston; Daniel José Older; Greer Gilman; Nisi Shawl; John Chu
88 Race and Identity Issues in SF
Burroughs; Saturday 8:30 PM
Mark Oshiro; Victor Raymond; N. K. Jemisin; Nisi Shawl; Jessa Phillips
540 Women Destroy Science Fiction
Marina 2; Sunday 1:00 PM
Nisi Shawl M; Lisa J. Evans; JoSelle Vanderhooft; Trisha Wooldridge; Elizabeth Birdsall
1378 Authentic Voices: Dialogue and Dialect; Independence
Sunday 7:00 PM to 9:45 PM
Nisi Shawl’s blog is here.
Nisi's essay "I Hear a Different Frontier" is online at The Future Fire editor's blog.
Nisi has appeared as a guest blogger for The Angry Black Woman.
Nisi has appeared as a guest blogger for Monica Legatt at the Seattle Acupuncture Blog.
"Past the World's End: Walk to the End of the World by Suzy McKee Charnas"
in The Cascadia Subduction Zone
, published January 2014 by Aqueduct Press, Seattle.
"A Brave and Contrary Thing: Review of AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers" in Paradoxa 25: Africa SF, published December 2013 by Paradoxa, Vashon Island, WA.
"Into the Canny Valley,"
introduction to Jane Irwin's graphic novel The Clockwork Game
, published December 2013 by Fiery Studios, Kalamazoo, MI.
Strange Matings: Science Fiction, Feminism, African American Voices, and Octavia E. Butler (co-editor with Rebecca J. Holden), Aqueduct Press, May 2013.
“Invisible Inks: On Black SF Authors and Disability” in WisCon Chronicles 7: Shattering Ableist Narratives, Aqueduct Press, May 2013.
“Unbending Gender” in Writers Workshop of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Seventh Star Press, April 2013.
“Here He Is” in Here I Come, Golden Dawn Books, August 2012 (introduction).
“What I Want: WisCon 35 Guest of Honor Speech” in WisCon Chronices 6: Futures of Feminism and Fandom, Aqueduct Press, May 2012.
“Annunciation” in Ancient, Ancient: Stories, Aqueduct Press, May 2012 (introcution).
“Transbluency: An Antiprojection Chant” in The Moment of Change, May 2012, Aqueduct Press (poem).
“Cookies and Kindness: Meeting Gene Wolfe” in the program for The Chicago Literary Hall of Fame’s Evening to Honor Gene Wolfe, published March 17, 2012.
"Lupine" in Once Upon a Time, edited by Paula Guran, published in November 2013 by Prime Books, Gaithersburg, MD
“Otherwise” in Heiresses of Russ 2013: The Year’s Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction, Lethe Press, August 2013 (reprint).
“The Five Petals of Thought” in Missing Links and Secret Histories, Aqueduct Press, May 2013.
“In Colors Everywhere” in The Other Half of the Sky, Candlemark and Gleam, April 2013.
Reviews, Columns, Interviews
“The True, the Blushful Hippocrene,” review of A Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar, April 2013, from Small Beer Press, in The Cascadia Subduction Zone, April 2013.
“Lovely Disturbances,” review of The Universe of Things by Gwyneth Jones, January 2011, from Aqueduct Press, in The Cascadia Subduction Zone, April 2012.
“World of Magic,” review of Akata Witch by Nnedi Okorafor, April 2011, from Viking Press, in Ms. Magazine, Winter 2011.
Writing the Other
Nisi Shawl and Cynthia Ward’s Writing the Other: A Practical Guide, the companion book to the Writing the Other workshop.
Writing the Other is available directly from Aqueduct Press.
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