If you’re coming to Norwescon, here’s where you can find me! I’ll also be spending much of my time at Jennifer Brozek’s booth in the dealer room – and will have swag! Come say hi. THURSDAY Go, Flash, Go! Flash … Continue reading →
The Mystery Writing class is canceled, but three others remain this weekend, wrapping up a great month of classes.
Demystifying Outlines with Margaret Dunlap, Saturday, March 26, 2022, 9:30-11:30 AM Pacific Time.
Beginnings & Endings with Cat Rambo, Saturday, March 26, 2022, 12:00-2:00 PM Pacific Time.
Dunking the Reader in the Details: Tools for Creating Immersive Worlds with Cat Rambo, Sunday, March 27, 2022, 12:00-2:00 PM Pacific Time.
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I’m super pleased to be able to announce that I’m Author Guest of Honor at Norwescon this year. Norwescon’s the first con I went to as an author and will always have a special place in my heart accordingly. While … Continue reading →
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, an august non-profit on whose board I have served in the past, held its business meeting in January of this year, and since it was virtual, I had the chance to attend, … Continue reading →
CAT RAMBO: One aspect of the great appeal of the Hap and Leonard books is their enduring friendship, including its ups, downs, and petty annoyances like one of them eating all the animal crackers every once in a while. Presumably … Continue reading →
I recently taught a Patreon and Other Forms of Crowdfunding workshop for Clarion West, focusing on running an effective Patreon, and thought I’d provide some of the notes from that. When I first started on Patreon, I remember one elderly … Continue reading →
And here are the May classes, hurray! Important Change: While the 9:30-11:30 AM Pacific slot remains the same, the other slot has moved from 1-3 PM to 12-2 PM Pacific. Class cost is $79 for Patreon supporters and former students; … Continue reading →
Because I’ve got so much going on, classes are on hiatus till March, but once they start, there’s a bunch! May is coming within the week; I am still nailing down two classes for it. Important Change: While the 9:30-11:30 … Continue reading →