|I'll probably be wearing my TARDIS sneakers. . .|
This coming weekend, I'll be attending Arisia, one of the Boston area Science Fiction and Fantasy conventions. It's one of my favorite cons - essentially a 4 day party with a hotel full of fellow geeks.
Cosplayers and gamers and authors, oh my.
In addition to several panels and a reading, I'll be hanging out in the dealer's room with the lovely ladies of Broad Universe.
I'll have copies of my novels to autograph and look forward to chatting with readers, friends, and fans.
I hope to see you there!
Broad Universe Rapid-Fire Reading Adams Sat 10:00 AM
Description Come discover your new favorite writer as members of Broad Universe read short excerpts from their work. Each writer has just a few minutes to show you what she’s capable of! We offer chocolate and the chance to win prizes. Broad Universe is an international organization that supports women writers, editors, and publishers.
Kids and Families on the Autism Spectrum Burroughs Sat 11:30 AM
Description In this open-ended discussion, we will explore a wide range of issues related to children, parenting, communication strategies, schooling, and family issues that often come up when someone in the family (or perhaps more than one person!) is on the autism spectrum. The goal is for everyone to come away with a better understanding of how to work with themselves and with the people around them, whether they identify as an Aspie or not. Bring your questions!
Prospective participant information Panel participants can be people who identify as on the spectrum, those who are in close relationships with people who do, or professionals who have experience in this area.
Technology's not a Cure: Disability in SFF Burroughs Sat 4:00 PM
Description Uncanny Magazine's _Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction_ Kickstarter reached almost all of its stretch goals, and completed funding. _Defying Doomsday_, an anthology of post-apocalyptic survival fiction that focuses on disabled characters was published in 2016. The conversation around disability in SFF is growing, but there are still many problems and problematic tropes in common use. Where do we, as a genre, need to go to create a better genre for disability representation?
Writing Series, Sequels, and Spin-Offs Douglas Sun 2:30 PM
Description It's no secret that book series have a better chance of discoverability. What’s the secret to writing a successful series? How do you plan and develop multi-book series that sell? Create series arcs? And how do you keep track of multiple plotlines and characters across many books? How can you expand existing material to create a series? And when is it time to pull the plug and move onto other things?
Oh, and I'll also be displaying my ceramics in the art show!
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