As I've mentioned, at the end of the month, I will be in Williamsburg, VA, attending RavenCon as a guest.
And they've decided to let me moderate! BWAHAHAHAAHAHA
.... Yeah, moderating should be about as hard has hosting my radio show. Come up with a few questions, and let them talk.
Yup. This one again. I've only done this blog, what? Three times? At least twice.
I will do the panel with...
Rob Balder (M)
D. Alexander Ward
Though, isn't Rob Balder actually a filker? Though it could be someone with a similiar name.
Science Fiction as Epic
Description: Often science fiction that is epic in nature is dismissed as "space opera," but science fiction can be epic without resorting to the world destroying of Edmond Hamilton or the dogfighting X-Wings of Star Wars. What constitutes epic science fiction and what does it do that more personal stories can't?
Moderator: Me. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Follow that Clue! The Making of a Great Mystery
Description: Part of the fun of reading mystery novels is to discover the clues and figure out the resolution before the detective reveals what happened. As an author, how does one make sure the clues are planted properly without falling into the Holmesian trap of keeping the main clue hidden from the reader.
Jeanne Adams (Moderator)
Moderator: Me. Again. Heh heh heh
Jennifer R. Povey
Truth In HistoryDescription: Where do we fail in the truthful dissemination of history, why and what can we do to fix that?
Nathan Vernon Madison (Moderator)
Harry “Jack” Heckel
Me for 25 minutes.
Description: Is this science fiction, fantasy, or horror? Whatever it is, fans love it! Learn what makes paranormal romance unique from other genres.
Nancy Northcott (M)
While I think of it, the Dragon Awards are open and ready for nominations. If you don't have any thoughts on what to nominate, I have a list of suggestions you might want to take a look at. If you already have a good idea of what you want, just click here to go and vote for them immediately. The instructions are right there.