Gen Con 2018
Hello readers! It’s been a while. So long in fact that it’s almost time for Gen Con again! I will be at Gen Con this year. If you too will be at Gen Con, here’s where you can find me.
11:00 am, –Creating History in Your Speculative World
You’ve got a setting and a story, but how can you make it feel even more real? By giving it a history! Panelists discuss how writers can bring their worlds to life with historical details.(Downtown Marriott, Ballroom 1)
3:00 PM–Religion in SF&F
Religion can play a small or big role in your world. Come learn how to create a convincing religion or spiritual system and weave it into your world seamlessly. (Downtown Marriott, Ballrooms 3-4)
10:00 a.m.–Dealing with Imposter Syndrome
Imposter syndrome plagues everyone from rookies to New York Times bestsellers. Our panelists discuss how to deal with it. (Downtown Marriott, Atlanta)
1:00 p.m.–What Makes a Story Fantasy?
What exactly is a fantasy story, and how can you tell if yours fits the bill? (Downtown Marriott, Boston)
3:00 p.m.–Where’s the Restroom?: Dealing with minutiae of character life
They say the truth is in the details, but how many of those details should you include in your story? Where is the line between necessary info and TMI? Our panelists have answers! (Downtown Marriott, Boston)
4:00 p.m.–Signing with Cat Rambo and Chris Jackson
Cat Rambo and Chris A. Jackson are both brilliant, prolific writers. Cat and I both had stories in Champions of Aetaltis. Chris and I have yet to share a TOC, but he has excellent real-life stories about sailing. This is the best way to get a chance to talk to me! (Exhibit Hall, back of the exhibit hall)
9:00 a.m.–What system of government is right for your world? How do you design
something that is convincing? Our panelists show you how. (Downtown Marriott, Ballrooms 3-4)
4:00 p.m–Costume Contest!
I’m judging the costume contest this year! If you haven’t been, it’s a wonderful show. I don’t actually know where this is yet!
I will add to this as more things come up, so check back! And hope to see you there!
For those of us not in America, are (some of) these going to be recorded and put online?