SF in Minnesota

I’m in St. Paul, ready to head home this morning. Diversicon turned out to be the best little sf con in the universe. Scott Lohman, Eric Heideman, Greg L. Johnson and others put together a book-centered con that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Had a blast. They treated me royally, including an umbrella during a thunderstorm and a grand tour of Minneapolis. I signed at the famous Uncle Hugo’s, met some wonderful people, and had really stimulating discussion on topics like lost worlds, what is a hero, gender roles in sf, moral development in fiction. Came away with a list of books to read and these pictures:


Kay and reviewer Janice Bogstad.

With panelists Eleanor Arnason, Martha Hood, Ruth Berman, Sandra Lindow and Greg L. Johnson.

Greg L. Johnson, reviewer for SFSite and others, interviewing yours truly.

4 Responses

  1. tbclone47 says:

    Great! Hopefully you saw Mark Rich in the dealer room schlepping Fairwood books. 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    Seeds of Time

    I am probably not in the right place so I apologize, but I couldn’t find another place to ask. i am really enjoying Seeds of Time and there is something really bothering me. Teeg has a Dharhai slung over his right shoulder. What is a Dharhai? I googles and found no answer. My name is Shannon and please e-mail me at shannon.cheek@hotmail.com. Thanks for your time. I really cannot wait to reed you other books.

  3. Kay says:

    Yup, Fairwood was there, and lookin’ good!

  4. Anonymous says:

    review of A World Too Near http://www.sfra.org/sfra-review/286.pdf

    You can find an online copy of my review of A World Too Near at this URL. http://www.sfra.org/sfra-review/286.pdf
    Janice B

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