The good people at Denvention in Denver (August 6th-10th) have plonked me on quite a few panels, across which my knowledge level varies wildly, but that's the joy of it.
Post-apocalypic fiction: why is it such a big draw? Wed 13:00
The Greatest Villains in SF. Wed 16:00
Does Science Fiction Matter? How does it impact the world and our future? Thur 10:00
Shakespeare's themes in SF. Fri 10:00
Levers in the Time Stream: the most Change for the Least Effort. Fri 14:30
Doctor, Doctor, Who's the Best Doctor? Sun 10:00
I'm very much looking forward to them. Especially that juicy Shakespeare one. And shall make sure to do my revision.
Also, on the Friday at 9.00, I’ll be joining a daily event they’re calling ‘Stroll with the Stars’, where myself, Pyr editor Lou Anders (who just sent me a copy of David Louis Edelman’s new novel, Multireal, bless him), artist John Picacio and Weird Tales editor Stephen H. Segal will be wandering around Denver with the host, Stu Segal, and a bunch of signed-up attendees. It’ll be good for the circulation.
I hope to see some of you there, and until next time, Cheerio.