For anyone who wants to hunt me down at this weekend's Boston science ficiton convention, here is where I am scheduled to be:
Friday 6pm Reading: Alexander Jablokov (0.5 hrs)
I'll probably read a chunk of alternate transportation story that is the cover of Asimov's in a month or so.
Saturday 10am Autographing
Saturday 1pm Monsters in the City: Exploring Urban Fantasy
Hey, I'm moderating this! Only noticed it as I was pasting it in here. What's a good question to ask these people?
Suzy McKee Charnas
Alexander Jablokov (M)
Toni L. P. Kelner
Saturday 5pm Cambridge SF Workshop Flash Readings
I don't quite remember how I got on this. It's my workshop, but I don't write flash fiction, being too long-winded. I'll probably read a tiny piece of a story about alien sex.
F. Brett Cox
James Patrick Kelly
Sunday 10am The Spirit of the Place
Oh, for God's sake, who gets up at 10am on Sunday to go to a panel? "The spirit of the pillow" would make more sense. After my 10am signing on Saturday, I will know everyone who catches the worm.
Darlene Marshall (M)
When scenery is so much a part of the fabric of the story that it almost becomes a character. Stories set in localized areas. What does it add to have such intimate settings?
Sunday 2pm Kaffeeklatsch
I've never done one of these before. Come help me!
Walter H. Hunt