Tag: Writing Conferences
Yay! Comic Con time again. I’m very excited about my panels this time around, so here are the details. First of all, let me just say that this is probably my favorite Salt Lake Comic Con banner yet–Gates McFadden, Dick Van Dyke, John Cusack–I mean, come on! This will be an awesome convention. My Panel Schedule I’m on two very different panels, but interestingly, … Read More Comic Con 2017 Panels: Steampunk Goodness and the End of the World, Ragnarok-Norse-Apocalypse Style
Writing is often wonderful but just as often, it’s a total slog, so I love the opportunity to step back and attend conferences or conventions. This past weekend, participating in panels at Salt Lake Comic Con 2015 was a blast and I enjoyed meeting so many writers and readers. Here’s a recap! First off, we broke a world record, no big deal… Second, a … Read More Action, Austen, Alice, and More: Salt Lake Comic Con 2015 Recap #SLCC15
As a writer, I’ve learned to love the conference scene. Actually, I’m completely drained by large social gatherings–evidence that I am a legitimate introvert. But here’s why I have evolved to deem conferences worthy of the energy expenditure! This list is in context of a few highlights from Life, the Universe, and Everything 2015 (LTUE), a symposium for speculative fiction authors, which was absolutely awesome … Read More Highlights from LTUE 2015: Why I Love Writing Conferences!