Appearances Conventions Heroes in Hell Science Fiction Sha'Daa Writing

Weekend Road Trip

So yeah, I’ve been working the “real” job so much this past week that I haven’t had time to update here.


This Thursday I leave for Libertycon24 in Chattanooga, TN. Next weekend I’m in Louisville, KY for FandomFest. In between, I have a short story due.


The schedule for Libertycon24 is as follows

  • Friday, 5Pm — Room A: I’ll be reading the entire short story from Lawyers in Hell,  titled And Injustice For All. You may have heard me talk about that one a little bit. Just perhaps?
  • Friday, 6pm — Room A&B: Opening Ceremonies. I might pop my head in, but I’ll be there primarily to sign autographs. If you bought a copy of Corruptor or Lawyers in Hell, then I’ll sign it.
  • Friday, 9pm — Room B: I’ll be with editor/publisher Janet Morris, Chris Morris and the rest of the writers from Lawyers in Hell answering all the questions people may have about the series. It’s going to be a huge panel (15 panelists) so be aware that I might not do a lot of talking. That’s a good thing, right?
  • Friday, 10pm — Room C: I’ll be hanging with Toni Weiskopf, Michael Z Williamson and John Ringo and talking about the possible growing cultural divide between military and civilians.
  • Saturday, 11am — Room B: At this ungodly hour I’ll be with Janet & Chris Morris, Michael Z Williamson and John Ringo and I’ll be trying to keep up with the new horizons of SF.
  • Saturday, 6pm — Room B: This’ll be a reading from Lawyers in Hell for all the authors. However, since I’m reading my short story in its entirety Friday night, I will be simply hanging out.
  • Saturday, 11pm — Room A: Finally! This panel I’ll get to talk more about Kasyarna, my massive sea dragon, in the Sha’Daa series created by Michael H Hanson. I’m not sure what all we’re going to talk about, but I do know that bringing in Navy SEALs to deal with a sleeping sea dragon is just itching for something bad to happen.
  • Sunday, 12pm — Room A: Last panel of the con. I’ll be hanging with Michael Z Williamson (again), along with Janet & Chris Morris and John Ringo and discussing if writing military SF requires military experience.

That’s the con schedule. Yes, I’ll be a busy boy. No time for carousing, drinking or cutthroat killer spades (sigh). I guess David Weber won’t have the opportunity to make me look like a fool again.

By 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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