My Lunacon 2012 Schedule

I will be participating as a guest at the 2012 Lunacon science fiction convention on the weekend of March 16th. There are some great guests this year, including many who have been interviewed on this blog: Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Neil Clarke, Myke Cole, Keith DeCandido, Genevieve Iseult Eldredge, Esther Friesner, C. J. Henderson, Marvin Kaye, Michele Lang, Gail Martin, Mike McPhail, Joshua Palmatier, Tamora Pierce, KT Pinto, John Ringo, Lawrence M. Schoen, Ian Randal Strock, and Howard Tayler (among many others)…

Below is my schedule. It’s not as crowded as last years’, but I should still have a great time. I’ll even be doing a reading from my upcoming novel BLOODSUCKERS. And then there’s “Blindfolded Sculpting” where a group of guest artists (including my wife!) will compete to make clay sculptures in a few minutes from ideas from the audience — while blindfolded. (I’m the MC for that one!)

And of course, the old favorite “The Eye of Argon” which has this description: “The worst science fiction story ever written gets a reading by our brave panel as they compete to go the longest without tripping over a misspelled word of laughing uncontrollably. Audience members are also encouraged to rake a chance. Can you keep a straight face, especially when the panel begins acting out the story?”

Fantasy Without Gods (Friday 7:00 pm)

LARPing 101 (Saturday noon)

Michael A. Ventrella Reading (Saturday 1:30 pm)

Blindfolded Sculpting (Saturday 3:00 pm)

Marketing and Promotion for Authors and Artists (Saturday 7:00 pm)

The Eye of Argon (Sunday 10:00 am)

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