…because, you know, I don’t travel nearly enough. (ha)
This coming weekend, it’s back to Albany for Albacon: an intimate science fiction convention.
As usual, I’ll be at the Fantastic Books table in the dealers’ room for a bunch of hours (we’re scheduled to be open Friday from 4 to 7pm, Saturday from 11am to 6pm, and Sunday from 11am to 2pm). I’m also scheduled to appear on three panels:
Friday at 3pm (part of their pre-convention Writers’ Workshop): “How much worldbuilding is enough?” with Jim Cambias, Debra Doyle, Elektra Hammond, and Ryk Spoor.
Saturday, 8pm: “Why does bad science lead to good stories?” with Tom Easton, Carl Frederick, Elaine Isaak, and Movie Mike Oshan.
Sunday, 11am: “Asimov Centennial” with Wendy S. Delmater, Tom Easton, Carl Frederick, Vaughne Hansen, Herb Kauderer, and Barry B. Longyear.
I hope to see a lot of you there!