The SFT Panel This year’s Speculative Fiction in Translation panel at WisCon43 was a fantastic blend of insightful conversation, big ideas, and honest discussion about what it means to bring a speculative fiction text from one language into another. It was an honor for me to moderate this panel, which included the wonderful Arrate Hidalgo,
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In time for WisCon 43, here’s the SFT19-catalog!
Wiscon– the world’s leading feminist science fiction convention–is currently happening (through Memorial Day weekend) and offers a wide range of panels, workshops, readings, academic papers, and much more (including a wonderful dealer’s room and lots of opportunities to network and nosh). This is my second time participating in the SF in Translation panel, and, as
Wiscon– the world’s leading feminist science fiction convention- just wrapped up its 41st meeting here in Madison, Wisconsin, and it was as exciting and diverse as ever. With panels, workshops, presentations, parties, and more, Wiscon showcased the talent and keen inquiry of the writers, students, translators, artists, and many others who packed its halls. I
Today, I attended the Science Fiction in Translation Panel at WisCon: the feminist science fiction convention held each year in Madison, Wisconsin (#SFinTranslation, #wc40). Moderator Jaymee Goh and translators S. Qiouyi Lu (Chinese into English) and Arrate Hidalgo (English into Spanish) explored the ins and outs of translating science fiction, discussing their own experiences with