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    Reporting Sexual Harassment in SF/F (Conventions), 2013 Edition I first put together this resource list in 2010. I intend to keep updating and reposting it every year until it’s no longer necessary.///also: http://whatever.scalzi.com/2013/06/28/reporting-harassment-at-a-convention-a-first-person-how-to/ Reporting Harassment at a Convention: A First-Person How To "My friend Elise Matthesen was creeped upon at a recent convention by someone of some influence in the genre"

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    Jim C. Hines - Magic Ex Libris series. Highly enjoyable, interesting website.

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