Episode 18: Interview with Meg Elison at PCon 2020

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Meg Elison is an American science fiction author and feminist essayist whose writings often incorporate the themes of female empowerment, body positivity, and gender flexibility.  Her debut novel, The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, won the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award; her second novel, The Book of Etta, was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award. Meg is a James A. Tiptree Award honoree (now known as the Otherwise Award, an award encouraging the exploration & expansion of gender) and also a producer of the Cliterary Salon, a monthly Bay Area performance celebrating inclusive female sexuality in all its forms.

Meg shared her very honest opinion about both PantheaCon and its final event.

Our dear friend Red Dragon also joined us during this interview. We will hear more from Red Dragon in a later episode.

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