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“WisCon is largely a family reunion with some folk festival, book fair, art show and academic exchange thrown in.”
“Because WisCon is much more professional and academically oriented than MiniCon was, it took me a number of years to notice how my relationship with conventions had changed.”
“And then career stuff (and make no mistake, WisCon is valuable career stuff).”
“WisCon is over; will no doubt make some posts about the conference later this week and/or early next week when I am back in Madrid.”
“And I think these beyond-SF elements form an important and necessary part of what (my vision at least) WisCon is or should be, and just being an SF writer or reader, without an interest in or at least a sensitivity to the aforementioned isn't enough.”
“One of the reasons I love WisCon is that, fundamentally, it's all about books.”
“My only complaint is that, in WisCon’s noble effort to be inclusive, I find them too permissive in their programming policies.”
“Rachel, WisCon is pretty awesome, and I’d recommend it to anyone.”
“Item the fifteenth: I destroyed two pairs of jeans at WisCon, which is some kind of personal best ....”
“The man's also a whipcrack emcee every year for the Ratbastards Karaoke Bonanza at WisCon, which is where I met him in person for the first time.”
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