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Posts Tagged 'science fiction conventions'

  1. Balticon 42 Wrapup  • 
    Chaos and science fiction conventions go together like rum and Coke. Which makes Balticon 42 about 180 proof. But hey, just because Balticon was chaotic and organizationally challenged in places doesn't mean it wasn't fun.
  2. Balticon 42 Schedule  • 
    Yes, this weekend I'll be at Balticon 42, Baltimore's premier science fiction convention. I'll be on panels and giving a reading from "MultiReal." Read the article for my schedule, along with the descriptions from the pocket schedule.
  3. World Fantasy Convention 2007, Days 3-4  • 
    Alas, all the late night boozin' and schmoozin' has caught up with me. I'm sick. As a dog is sick, so I, too, am sick. So I will complete my report here of the goings-on at World Fantasy by summarizing the last two days of the con.
  4. Penguicon 5.0 Wrapup  • 
    Here's Penguicon 5.0 in a nutshell, from my perspective: one part serious business, two parts goofy SFnal fun.
  5. Capclave 2006 Wrapup  • 
    Capclave 2006 might be your kooky uncle who's continually rushing around in a frenzy of activity. He's a blast to hang out with, he's smart as hell, and he can teach you a thing or two about Standing Up to The Man. But when he drops you back home at the end of the day, you can't help thinking to yourself, "How can anyone live like that?"
  6. Readercon Report  • 
    Readercon 17 was indeed a fabulous time. Infoquake CDs, flyers, and business cards were distributed; hands were shaken; and I discovered the pleasures of Smithwick's beer (pronounced "Smitticks"). For those who were not present, here's a quick rundown of the highlights from my perspective.