In a little over a week, I’ll be in Spokane, Washington for the annual World Science Fiction Convention, this year entitled Sasquan.
I’m a bit of a convention junkie. I enjoy meeting and mingling with other writers as well as meeting fans and readers–ideally introducing new readers to my work. I always come back feeling fired up about writing, and about the science fiction and fantasy genres. This year’s worldcon promises to be especially stimulating for a variety of reasons.
I’ll be mentoring as part of the writer’s workshop (for which registration is closed–sorry–but look for it next year!). You can also find me at these events:
Kaffee Klatche – E. C. Ambrose
Thursday 13:00 – 13:45, 202B-KK3 (CC)
Join a panelist and up to 9 other fans for a small discussion. Coffee and snacks available for sale on the 2nd floor.
Requires advance sign-up–please join me!
Learning to Love the Deadline
Thursday 15:00 – 15:45, Bays 111B (CC)
Deadlines – love ’em or hate ’em? Are they different depending on the length of your project? Are they different depending on whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction? Can the deadline make you a more disciplined writer?
Reading – E. C. Ambrose
Friday 16:00 – 16:30, 303B (CC)
And I will be minding the Science Fiction Writers of America table for a bit, probably on Wednesday, as well as autographing there on Sunday. Times TBA