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See you at RadCon

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I’m excited for RadCon to be underway! I haven’t been to a con since World Fantasy last November, so I’m ready to see old friends, meet new ones, and see what people are up to. I have a big schedule on Saturday, but some free time on Sunday. Hope to see some of you in Pasco, WA Februay 17 and 18!

My schedule:

Saturday

10:15 AM – Rm 2211 – Reading from At the Table of Wolves

12:45 PM – Rm 2207 – Alternate History & Social Justice/Injustice

3:15 PM – Rm 2207 – Keeping it Interesting

7:00 PM – Rm 2207 – Writing Compelling Villains

Sunday

9:00 AM – Rm 2207 – How to Write a Series

11:00 AM – Merchandise boothSelling, signing my books Read More…

Radcon friends

Had a great time at Radcon catching up with friends. A couple of my favorite panels: Where the Next Global Conflict Will Be, where one got erudition, a sure grasp of history and much pessimism, and Selling It Again where the likes of C.J. Cherryh and Ellen Datlow held forth on the convoluted world of short story markets.


Patty Briggs and Kristine Kathyrn Rusch Read More…

RadCon schedule

The best little SF con in the world or at least in Eastern WA, the home of the celebrated brew, toxic waste, Radcon is coming Feb 12 to 14 in Pasco, Washington.

I’ll be there, along with a plethora of other SF/F writers, fans, and general celebrants, such as KrisĀ Rusch, Ellen Datlow, Steven York, C.J. Cherryh and Louise Marley. Read More…

RadCon At Its Toxic Best

Those of you who thought you knew RadCon in Washington’s Tri Cities, think again. This weekend just past it had a few people short of 2,000. Harry Turtledove was the writer GoH, and the whole deal was smoothly run by Bob Brown and crew. A good time, and no fire alarms went off in the middle of the night.

Why, you might ask, is RadCon toxic? Because they want to be. They are celebrating the Hanford nuclear reservation and Richland (one of the tri in Tri Cities) –the city with the most PhD’s per capita in the nation, and the sheer grit of local fans who are not afraid to hoist a tot of toxic waste in celebration of science fiction. Bring it on. Read More…