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The Bakery Men Don't See By Jeanne Gomoll
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The Bakery Men Don’t See is a collection of fabulous recipes—and more. It includes valuable cooking tips, like “Never fry bacon with your shirt off.” It provides timely advice... More > on how to adapt a fruit crisp recipe for varying political tastes: “Take into consideration any special-interest groups, such as 5-year-olds.” It’s also a slice of science fiction history. Included are the 1991 WisCon Guest of Honor speeches by Pamela Sargent and Pat Murphy. In her speech, Pat announced the creation of the James Tiptree, Jr. Memorial Award. Named for Alice B. Sheldon, who wrote under the pseudonym James Tiptree, Jr., the award is presented annually to works of science fiction or fantasy that explore and expand our understanding of gender. The title recalls James Tiptree Jr.’s famous story “The Women Men Don’t See.” A second cookbook, Her Smoke Rose Up From Supper, published in 1993, takes its name from Tiptree’s “Her Smoke Rose Up Forever.”< Less
Space Babe Coloring Book By Jeanne Gomoll
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The Space Babe Coloring Book has 36 pages and 37 diverse representations of that amazing superhero Space Babe, perfect for coloring by wanna-be Space Babes of all ages. The original Space... More > Babe—a kick-ass gal with a raygun—was created decades ago by artist and science fiction fan Jeanne Gomoll. This year, Jeanne realized that the original Space Babe is not alone. And so Jeanne created many Space Babes, all ready to fight for the rights of all. With colored pencils, you can help reimagine the future with images of gender-fluid space babes, young space-babes-in training, explorers, activists, construction workers, bakers, athletes, intergalactic pirates, a woman POTUS, and other Space Babes of different shapes, ethnicities, jobs & attitudes. Space Babe is a symbol of the James Tiptree Jr. Award, a literary award presented annually to a work of speculative fiction that explores and expands gender roles. Our mission: Changing the world. Won’t you pick up a colored pencil and join us? < Less
Khatru Symposium: Women in Science Fiction By Jeanne Gomoll
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Originally published and edited by Jeffrey D. Smith in 1975, Khatru 3&4's symposium on women in science fiction was a detailed conversation among some of the most well-known authors of 70s... More > feminist science fiction, including Suzy McKee Charnas, Samuel R. Delany, Vonda N. McIntyre, Joanna Russ, James Tiptree Jr. (before her true identity of Alice B. Sheldon was known), Kate Wilhelm, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and others, The opinions expressed by participants are still radical today. This 1993 update of the symposium includes new material by some of the original participants and commentary by others, including Pat Murphy, Karen Joy Fowler, Gwyneth Jones, and Jeanne Gomoll. Cover by Judith M Weiss, illustrations by Georgie Schnobrich.< Less
The Tiptree Quilt Story By Jeanne Gomoll
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In 1996, a band of science fiction fans decided to co-opt a traditionally feminine activity to benefit a revolutionary gender-bending award — the James Tiptree Jr. Award. The Tiptree Quilt... More > Story tells the epic tale of this creative collaboration, which emerged from a community & created a greater community. Translating a complex artistic concept into the geometry of hand-sewn fabric squares isn’t easy. Fifteen years in the making, the quilt project involved 65 volunteers, 4000 pieces of fabric, & multiple sewing circles supervised by cats & fueled by tea & cookies. In photos, sketches, & diagrams, Gomoll captures the humor & complexity of the process. She documents moments of irony, of joyful chaos & of stark terror. The result is a beautiful work of fabric art, an amazing community, & an inspiring book. The quilt was created to benefit the James Tiptree Jr Memorial Award, which is presented each year to a work of speculative fiction that explores & expands gender roles.< Less
Carl Brandon By Jeanne Gomoll
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Terry Carr recounts the invention of an imaginary black science fiction fan named Carl Brandon, one of the field’s most (in)famous hoaxes. In addition to Carl Brandon’s complete history,... More > this volume includes his J.D. Salinger parody, "The Cacher of the Rye;" a more current parody by Carl Brandon 2.0, "The Kvetcher on the Racists;" and an essay by Samuel R. Delany, "Racism and Science Fiction.” To quote Carr: "In the late fifties, several of the fans of the Bay Area…presented fandom with a new fanwriter who was quickly acclaimed as one of the best writers around and who was, not incidentally, the first prominent fan who was black.” Read the book for more of this fascinating tale. All proceeds go to the Carl Brandon Society, which promotes discussions on race at conventions and conferences, and through its support of the Parallax and Kindred literary awards, and the Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship Fund.< Less
Tiptree Award Cumulative List, 2019 By Jeanne Gomoll
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The Tiptree Award Cumulative list contains the lists of Tiptree Award winners, honor lists, and short lists for each award year, from 1991 to the current year. Judges names, the location of each... More > award ceremony, art prizes, and lyrics for the songs sung at the ceremonies is also included. A short introduction describes the award.< Less
Carl Brandon By Jeanne Gomoll
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Terry Carr recounts the invention of an imaginary black science fiction fan named Carl Brandon, one of the field’s most (in)famous hoaxes. In addition to Carl Brandon’s complete history,... More > this volume includes his J.D. Salinger parody, "The Cacher of the Rye;" a more current parody by Carl Brandon 2.0, "The Kvetcher on the Racists;" and an essay by Samuel R. Delany, "Racism and Science Fiction.” To quote Carr: "In the late fifties, several of the fans of the Bay Area…presented fandom with a new fanwriter who was quickly acclaimed as one of the best writers around and who was, not incidentally, the first prominent fan who was black.” Read the book for more of this fascinating tale. All proceeds go to the Carl Brandon Society, which promotes discussions on race at conventions and conferences, and through its support of the Parallax and Kindred literary awards, and the Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship Fund.< Less

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