Check out the Kickstarter for the fantasy anthology CHAMPIONS OF AETALTIS. I will have a new story in it. So will a bunch of excellent writers including Erin M. Evans, Ed Greenwood, Bill Willingham, Dave Gross, Elaine Cunningham, Mel Odom, Cat Rambo, and Marc Tassin.
BLACKGUARDS (in which I have a story) is now available in both print and electronic editions.
What professional events am I doing at Gen Con, you ask? So far, these. (This is all my Gen Con Writer's Symposium stuff. Editors and publishers may ask me to do additional panels, signings, or whatever closer to the time.)
Business of Writing 101 - 9 AM
Where to Start the Story - 11 AM
When to Show, When to Tell - 2 PM
Writer's Organizations (SFWA, IAMTW, and More) - 3 PM
Authors to Inspire You - 3 PM
Characters: Epiphanies and Defining Moments - 6 PM
Sentient Non-Humans - 2 PM
Satisfying Conclusions - Noon
An in-depth review of BLACKGUARDS (in which I have a story):
Project Radio interviewed me at the World Horror Convention. Check it out:
The preliminary Gen Con Event Schedule is now available for our perusal, although we won't actually be able to buy tickets until next week.
The schedule includes our Gen Con Writer's Symposium seminars. These are free, and we won't boot you out if you don't have a ticket...unless the people who do have tickets take up all the available seating. If that should happen, non-ticket holders are out of luck, so it really is a good idea to sign up.
Besides, the tickets we collect are turned in to Gen Con and demonstrate that our seminars are popular and deserve a place in con programming next year. So if you like the seminars and want to make sure they continue, please take the time to get tickets.
You can check out the list of Symposium seminars and add them to your Wish List here:
Thanks to everyone involved in putting on the World Horror Convention/Bram Stoker Awards weekend. I had a wonderful time.
Thanks to Oasis 27 for having me as a guest this weekend. It was a lot of fun.