Information from Margaret (some excellent research tips)

Margaret wanted me to pass along the following resources to you:

 

  • Here is the academic SF website I mentioned to some:  Hal Hall’s sf bibliography? (http://sffrd.library.tamu.edu/)
  • the Locus article about publishinghttp://www.locusmag.com/Perspectives/2013/10/kameron-hurley-everybody-already-knowshow-silence-about-the-realities-of-publishing-hurts-authors/
  • info on feminist zines:
    pdfs for all 26 issues of Janus and Aurora on the SF3 website. Since they were published in the 1970s and 80s, pre-computer days, there are no electronic files. The issues were all scanned (by the wonderful  Roxanne Samer). Thus each page is a graphic and you won’t be able to select and copy text. But there is an html table of contents linked with each issue.
  • The folks who created WisCon, started with the fanzine Janus.
    http://sf3.org/history/janus-aurora-covers/
  • book on linguistics: Joanna Russ is central to chapter 4.   the official original announcement  for Making the Invisible Visible can be found at: http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/1465640#ixzz2eneNRQZA. An ebook version is available.
  • A version of the Russ material is also in one of the WisCon Chronicles I gave the library.  Author is MJ Hardman.  See Linda Long about access to the
    WisCon Chronicles.
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Carol Stabile is a founding member of Fembot , an online collaboration of scholars conducting research on gender, new media, and technology. She teaches at the University of Oregon. View all posts by cstabile

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