A little over a week after her “Steampunk Aesthetics Through a Black Lens” panel at Michigan Magick and Machine on July 25, our co-founder, Aiesha, will be on a panel at the first-ever Super Heroines Con! The virtual convention, which takes place Aug. 3-9, will celebrate feminist creators with panels and events every night.
During “Finding Creative Inspiration in History,” participants will hear from a variety of writers and creatives on how they find inspiration in history. The panel is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 7 p.m. EST. Panelists are:
Sean Andres, Queens of Queen City
Leanna Renee Hiber, Actress, Playwright, Author
Chelsie Hoskins, Queens of Queen City
Nick Keeling, Urban Planner and Historian
Aiesha Little, Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance
Dr. Nikki Taylor, Howard University
The panel will be moderated by Emily Logue-Rose of the Cincinnati Museum Center.
The convention is free but a donation is suggested so that the organization can continue providing programming to its fan base year round. Click here for more details.