I will be at WisCon this weekend in Madison, Wisconsin. I will be hanging around the Broad Universe table when not in panels. Below is my schedule :

Help, Gender Essentialism Is Everywhere! (scheduled) participant Sat, 4:00–5:15 pm Room 623
Participants Gyan Davies, Megan Arkenberg, Keffy R. M. Kehrli, Kimberley Long-Ewing 
Describing characters is tough, whether you’re writing a world with two genders or two hundred. Gender essentialism is an easy shortcut, but what do you really mean when you talk about “feminine features” or “masculine appearance”? How are your own descriptions furthering social attitudes about gender, appearance, and presentation? Start thinking beyond the box on gender and describing your characters as who they really are.
The Unheard Voices of SF/F/H (scheduled) participant Sun, 10:00–11:15 am Conference 4
Participants Kimberley Long-Ewing, Catherine Lundoff, Victor J. Raymond, Julia Rios
What amazing voices and stories are we missing out on in science fiction, fantasy, and horror due to lack of representation, support, or a myriad of other things? What are some things that suppress/oppress different voices and stories? What is being done to boost the signal of women, authors of color, and QUILTBAG authors? What can readers do to find these voices? Members from Broad Universe, the Carl Brandon Society, and Outer Alliance discuss these issues and more in a lively panel discussion.
Outer Alliance: New Writings in LGBTQ SF/F/H (scheduled) participant Sun, 1:00–2:15 pm Conference 2
Participants Julia Rios, Julie Andrews, Megan Arkenberg, Kimberley Long-Ewing, Catherine Lundoff, JoSelle Vanderhooft, Sunny Moraine, Cliff Winnig
Outer Alliance is an organization for writers and readers of science fiction, fantasy and horror that advocates positive portrayals of LGBTQ characters. We will be reading from a wide range of fiction that fits this description.
Build a World (scheduled) participant Sun, 4:00–5:15 pm Room 634
Participants Lisa Blauersouth, Kimberley Long-Ewing, S. N. Arly, Dylan Moonfire
Whether it’s for movies, TV, literature, or games of all kinds, creative people in SF&F have to build their worlds up from scratch. Let’s see how they do it. We’ll start with some categories (tech level, economic system, climate, races, etc.), get ideas about each of them from the audience, select the best ideas in each category, then watch the panelists writhe as they try to figure out how to make them work together.