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Say Hi at MidAmeriCon and Get a Special Thank You

I’m prepping frantically for WorldCon, and packing for five days of survival at a convention, including plenty of protein bars and laptop cables. Another part of that is assembling some giveaways. I’ve been clearing out my shelves and I will … Continue reading

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Where I’ll Be: Cat’s MidameriCon Schedule (Worldcon 2016)

Here’s my schedule. I’ll update this as I fill up time. If you want to talk with me, you’ll find earlier in the day better than later; I tend to hit the hotel room for a hot bath with a … Continue reading

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My Report from Sasquan: Mostly Glorious and So Many Thank Yous

For once I’m going to try to write a con wrap-up while it’s still (relatively) fresh in my head.
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Retreat, Day T-7

It feels like I have been here a shorter time than I have, but it’s been great and I have gotten so much work done. I’m filling in gaps on Hearts of Tabat right now and happy with its progress. I wrote a bunch of stories and one poem. I walked on the beach and among the redwoods, and I got to spend time petting a bunny, and watching deer. I saw a grey fox and a barn owl swooping along late at night and covey after covey of quail, including a mama with six bitty little perfect quail running as fast as they could to keep up with her. Tonight I’ll lie out under the stars and watch the Perseid meteor shower from probably the best vantage point I’ll have in my life.
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Convention Schedule: Sasquan (WorldCon 2015, Spokane)

Stroll with the Stars Thursday 09:00 – 09:45, Breezeway/Statue (CC) A gentle morning stroll with some of your favorite authors, artists and editors. Meeting each morning at 9AM in the Breezeway between the INB Theater and the Convention Center (check … Continue reading

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WorldCon Checklist

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

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LonestarCon3 (Worldcon 2013) Schedule

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

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Catching Up

What am I doing right now? Mainly I’m elbows-deep in the rewrite of the fantasy novel, currently titled THE MOONS OF TABAT, which may change. But on other fronts:
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10 Reasons I’m So Happy With The Way Near + Far Turned Out

I’m prepping for next week and the official release of the book. I’ll be doing some blog posts about the interior art over the next few days as well as trying to tie up a lot of loose ends. (And I’m prepping for the next round of classes – plenty of time to sign up still if you’re interested.) And at the end of the month, I’m off to Baltimore for a few days for the Baltimore Book Festival, yay!

The party at WorldCon was so! great! And it helps to have such a nifty book to show off. So I wanted to enthuse a bit more about it and why I’m so happy with it.
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Prepping for My First Book Launch Party

Tomorrow, I’m off to Chicago and WorldCon, the largest of the SF cons. I’ve been to one before, in Denver, and I’m happy that this one is in familiar territory, since I grew up near there. I want to wander over to the Art Institute some point to commune with the Marc Chagall windows there and maybe even walk as far as the Shedd Aquarium, scene of so many school trips.
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