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70 Years of SF Conventions

Locus 58(2): 80. February 2007.

A Donut for Tom Paris: Identity and Belonging at European SF/Fantasy Conventions

in: Telotte, J. P. and Duchovnay, Gerald, eds. Science Fiction Double Feature: The Science Fiction Film as Cult Text. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, 2015. p. 143-158

A Neo-Pro's Guide to Fandon and Con-Dom

in: Rusch, Kristine K., ed. Science Fiction Writers of America Handbook. Eugene, OR: Writer's Notebook Press, 1990. pp.127-139.

A Neopro’s Guide to Fandom and Con-Dom, or, Safe SF

in: World Science Fiction Convention. Noreascon Three Program Book, 1989. Cambridge, MA: Noreascon Three, 1989. p. 121-131.

AggieCon Highlights Sci-Fi Chicks

Bryan/College Station Eagle p. D1, 5. March 23, 2008

Archon 29

File 770 No. 146: 17-18. December 2005.

Archon's Programming at a Glance

Bulletin of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America 45 (3): 27-28. Summer 2011. No. 194.

ArmadilloCon 2005 Review

Internet Review of Science Fiction 2(9): [4 p.] October 2005.

Attending Horror Film Festivals and Conventions: Liveness, Subcultural Capital and Flesh-and-Blood Genre Communities

in: Conrich, Ian, Ed. Horror Zone: The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror Cinema. New York: Tauris, 2010 p. 87-102.

Attending Science Fiction Conventions for Fun and Profit

in: 1991 Novel and Short Story Writers Market. Cinncinati, OH: Writer's Digest Books, 1991. pp.55-58.

Being An SF And F Con Man

AB Bookman's Weekly 72(17): 2712-2715. October 24, 1983.

Business on an Astronomical Scale

Austin (TX) American Statesman Time Out, p. 5. June 15, 1993.

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