February 9, 2011

Schedule Update

One final post for the day, I swear.

Here is my schedule for Mysticon (Feb 25-27) in Roanoke, VA. The people running this con have been helpful and responsive, which usually is a great sign for a fun con. You should attend. No, you MUST attend.

Friday 5-6pm  Opening Ceremonies

Friday 10-11pm  From SF to Us – Making It Real — other panelists: James Maxey, John Monahan, Catherine Asaro, Gray Rinehart

Saturday 1-2pm  Which Properties Will Survive the Test of Time? — other panelists: Stephen Zimmer, Andrew Fox, Mark Davis

Saturday 6-7pm  Where Has the Line Between SF and Fantasy Gone? — other panelists: AR Moler

Saturday 10-11pm  Making Mythology Fresh — other panelists: MB Weston

There’s also a panel on Sunday that looks like I’ll be on, though I haven’t received confirmation for it yet. I’ll add that once I know for certain.

And yes, I do see that I’m paired with just one other person on two separate panels. I feel sorry for them and I promise to not be too obnoxious. If you’d like for me to keep that promise, though, you’re going to need to make plans to attend. Besides, seeing me on a panel titled “Making Mythology Fresh” conjures up memories of Conjecture 2008 and the Midnight Panel of Doom.

 

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  1. And will you have copies of your book for sale at the con as well?

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  2. […] be a participant at. I haven’t been to a con in quite a while now, and I need a con fix. As I mentioned previously, I have posted my schedule (so far as I know it) and am eagerly awaiting a few of said panels. I […]

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About Jason Cordova

Born in Orange, California, author Jason Cordova has written books ranging from the fantastical realms of fantasy to the militaristic side of science fiction. His latest should be out soon. Really. You should probably buy it. Check Amazon. Demand it at your local store. Pay for his kitten kibble.

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