Announcing my final (in person) appearance for the year, and it’s… a busy one. I’ll be at GenCon in Indianapolis, IN as opposed to Loncon (same weekend!), as it is far cheaper and within driving distance from my house. Bonus!

Also, I can avoid the Hugo ceremony there. Because that’s going to be special, for a host of reasons.

I’ll have books for sale at Gencon, INCLUDING copies of the (apparently!) highly anticipated THE MIRROR EMPIRE. You should be able to find these in the dealer’s room at the Indy Reads Books booth.

For those unfamiliar with the Writers’ Symposium area/track of Gencon, well, here’s your chance. This is actually a separate wing/track of the broader convention, with fewer crowds and more authors. It’s the first time I’ve done it, and I’m curious to see how things go.

So without further ado, here’s where I’ll be at:

 

Thursday August 14

12:00 PM: Room 243. Writer’s Craft: Not a Minority Anymore.

2:00 PM: Room 245. Writer’s Craft: How Much Description?

3:00 PM: Room WKS. Industry Pro:  Publicity, Marketing & PR

6:00 PM: Room 245. Writer’s Craft:  Editing Your Work

7:00 PM: Room 244. Non-Medieval  Fantasy

 

Friday August 15

12:00 PM: Room WKS. Worldbuilding: Nations and History

2:00 PM. Room 243. Business of Writing: Author Networking 101

4:00 PM. Dealer’s Room. Indy Reads Books booth. Author Signing. (books available)

 

Saturday August 16

10:00 AM: Room 245. Writer’s Life: Writer Support Networks

11:00 AM: Room WKS. Worldbuilding: Religion & Mythology.

12:00 PM: Room WKS. Worldbuilding: Magic & Technology.

2:00   PM: Room 245. Writer’s Life: Persistence & Realities of Being a Writer

 

Sunday, August 17

Avoiding the Hugos

 

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