See you at ClexaCon March 3-5!

ClexaCon 2017

I’m excited to share that I’ll be heading to ClexaCon with my writing partner and colleague Emily London March 3-5!

ClexaCon 2017 is the launch of a con that I hope will last for quite some time, inspired by the

ClexaCon provides a platform to build community, bringing together a diverse group of LGBTQ fans and content creators from around the world.

Emily and I will present two panels together: Girls Love 101: A Primer on Yuri and Shoujo-Ai Anime & Manga along with Lez Read! LGBTQ Women in Science Fiction & Fantasy Books. We’re really excited to present both of these for a variety of reasons, not least because both of us regularly read and review titles that fit both panels for Girls in Capes: we originally met in Rosemont’s MA Publishing program, and Emily is a bookseller who specializes in children’s and young adult books.

I’ll also moderate a third panel on Using Fan Power for Good. Based loosely on the panel I moderated at Flame Con, this panel will discuss how different people used their dissatisfaction with their fandoms to create positive forces.

Finally, if you’re interested in learning more about how I launched and currently run Girls in Capes, you can come to one of two workshops I’ll be teaching: Fan Blogging 101 and Fan Blogging 201. These will be skill development courses that will teach you how to choose a blogging platform and create an editorial calendar (101) and best practices to expand your blog’s reach through in-person and online outreach (201).

You can drool over the rest of the ClexaCon programming here, and you can also follow ClexaCon on Facebook and Twitter.

Published by Feliza

Feliza Casano is a writer and editor with a love of speculative fiction, graphic novels, and good books. She writes and edits at Girls in Capes (GirlsinCapes.com) and contributes to other websites on science fiction and fantasy topics.

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