ConFusion 2020 Schedule

2020…that’s a strange thing to type. The future is here, I guess.

Anyway, on January 16th-19th 2020, I’ll be at ConFusion in Detroit, MI. This will be my second time at this convention and I’m so excited! It’s a smaller convention with a great SFF writing track and lots of excellent people in attendance. The schedule was announced a few days ago and here’s mine:

Saturday, January 18th, 1:00 pm – Reading: A. T. Greenblatt, Stephanie Malia Morris, Patrick Lofgren

Saturday, January 18th, 3:00 pm – Mass Autographing Session

Sunday, January 19th, 11:00 am – Panel: The Epistolary Resurgence

Epistolary fiction is experiencing a renaissance: Max Gladstone and Amal El-Mohtar’s This Is How You Lose The Time War, K Arsenault Rivera’s The Tiger’s Daughter, and other titles are showing modern audiences just how much depth and range letters can have as a storytelling device. What do we love most about the epistolary format, and where would we like to see it take us next?

Panels: Emma Törzs (m), A. T. Greenblatt, Alexandra Manglis, Scott H. Andrews, Sarah E Gibbons

If you’re planning on being there, please feel free to come say hello!

World Fantasy Convention 2018

I’m planning on attending WFC in Baltimore this year.  I’m super excited for it! This is my second time going to World Fantasy, but the first time I’m on programing. I’ll be on a panel on Sunday and have a reading Friday night.

Here’s my schedule:

Author Reading – Friday, 10/2 at 10:30 pm

Not sure what’ll I’ll be reading yet, but I’m planning on bring homemade cookies for the audience.

Best Meals Ever Written – Sunday, 11/4 at 11:00am

“A discussion of feasts and meals and what makes them
great is it a tragic ending like the Red Wedding or a highly
detailed description of the food so fans can replicate the
cuisine, or something in between.”

The panelists are Scott Edelman, Aliette de Bodard, S. M. Stirling, S. A Chakraborty, A. T.
Greenblatt

As always, if you’re attending the convention and you spot me, please feel free to come say hello.