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Tag Archives: conventions
I’m off to Worldcon tomorrow! I’m reading on Friday at 11. Stop in to listen and you may win a fabulous prize, since I’ll have a bunch of the Near+Far pendants with me. Right now I’m doing laundry and figuring … Continue reading
I’m arriving Thursday evening, departing Monday afternoon. I did sign up for a Kaffeeklatsch but haven’t heard anything about that yet. I’m also planning on spending some time helping at the SFWA table. Reading: Cat Rambo (Reading) (Participant), Fri 11:00 … Continue reading
Surviving the Slush Pile Thursday 4:00pm-5:00pm Cascade 2 If the editor doesn’t read past the first page, it doesn’t matter how good the rest is. How to quickly capture and hold a slush reader’s attention. Cat Rambo, Gardner Dozois, Jenna … Continue reading
I’m off to ArmadilloCon tomorrow, and looking forward to it. Questions about going to conventions often come up in the F&SF class, so I thought I’d answer the main one and then talk about what I do to prep for one.
Conventions — are they worth it? A little legwork can help make your experience more productive, and sometimes more fun. Continue reading
This will be the first blog post ever done on the iPad, so excuse both brevity and typos. MidSouthCon is great and everyone is super friendly. Yesterday I had a panel on con etiquette (really, it all just boils down … Continue reading
I was just at ArmadilloCon over the weekend, and had a fabulous time of it. There’s an account of that, with sundry photos, on my Google+ page. Continue reading
Here’s my schedule for Penguicon, where I’m a Nifty Guest this year. Continue reading
Here’s my schedule for Norwescon 34. I’m looking forward to it, particularly the chance to see my friends. Panels include “The Year’s Best Fiction,” “Supernatural Seattle,” “Has the Future Arrived? The E-book and the Publishing Industry,” “First Pages” (fiction workshop), “Writing Good Dialogue,” “Flashes of Brilliance – Writing Flash Fiction,” “Bad Writing, No Cookie” and a reading on Sunday at noon. Continue reading