Message from the Chair
Diversicon continues to provide a variety of programming that you don’t find at other cons around town. We provide great panels, discussions, readings and a really fun auction. Join us for a great weekend with a strong literate focus, with a bunch of serious nerdy fun.
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Adult Through Diversicon 22: $25.00 - Through Ides of March (15 March) 2015: $30.00 - Through Bastille Day (14 July) 2015: $35.00 - At the Door: $45.00
Student (ages 12-25) Through Diversicon 22: $15.00 - Through Ides of March: $20.00 - Through Bastille Day: $25.00 - At the Door: $35.00
Supporting Through Bastille Day: $5.00 - Converting: $30.00
Child (ages 5-11) $5.00 anytime
To sign up for Diversicon 23 by mail you may print and fill in a registration form. Payments are also electronically—go to PayPal.com and end the appropriate dollar amount to firstname.lastname@example.org, then send an email to email@example.com with your name(s) and contact info.
Ytasha L. Womack is a filmmaker, author, journalist, and choreographer. She is the author of Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-Fi and Fantasy Culture (2013), and author/creator of the popfuturist novel 2212: Book of Rayla, first in a series. Her other books include Post Black: How a New Generation is Redefining African American Identity (Lawrence Hill Books). She also co-edited the anthology Beats, Rhymes, and Life: What we Love and Hate About Hip Hop (Harlem Moon/Random House). Her film projects include The Engagement (director) and Love Shorts (producer/writer). She is a Chicago native.
Rob Callahan is a professional purveyor of made-up stories about the way we really are. His works of fiction include the novel Hellbound Snowballs and the short story collection, A Wish Upon a Fallen Sky. He has written and performed two award-winning spoken shows, Idiosychronicity and The Last Ditch (co-written with Allegra Lingo), and he regularly joins the Minneapolis entertainment troupe The Rockstar Storytellers on stage. His nonfiction has been featured in Secrets of the City, salon.com, l’etoil Magazine, and cracked.com. He lives in the Twin Cities.
Sun Ra (1914-1993), progressive jazz musician, philosopher, pioneer of afrofuturism.
Leigh Brackett (1915-1978), author of novels including The Long Tomorrow and the screenplay The Empire Strikes Back.
Gene L. Coon (1924-1973), TV writer/producer, whose Star Trek contributions include “The Devil in the Dark.”
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