After the December hiatus, I’m back on the convention schedule. This weekend, the first of the year will be Arisia in Boston (back at the Park Plaza for this year).
As always, I’ll be spending a lot of time at the Fantastic Books table in the dealers’ room. We’ll be open Friday from 5 to 9pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 7pm, and Monday from 10am to 2:30pm. And be sure to stop by for your first look at both Release the Virgins edited by Michael A. Ventrella, and Father of the Bride of Frankenstein by Daniel M. Kimmel.
And again, I’ll be on programming, though not a lot this weekend. They’ve got me scheduled for three panels:
Saturday at 2:30pm in the Cabot room, “Creating Cover Art” with Athena Andreadis, Michael Bailey, Elizabeth Leggett, and Kevin McLaughlin
Saturday at 4pm (despite my request to not have back-to-back panels while the dealers’ room is open, and I’ll be looking for someone willing to watch the table for me) in the Brandeis-Fast Track room, “Short Story Contest” with Kevin McLaughlin (I’m kind of surprised, given the dearth of available panels for me, that so few people have been assigned to this one)
Sunday at 8:30am (yes, you read that correctly: 8:30 in the morning) in the Winthrop room, “Siblings in SFF” with A.J. Odasso, Julia Gilstein, Nathan Comstock, and Debra Doyle
Hope to see you there!