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At World Fantasy Convention this weekend

Donald and I will be at the World Fantasy Convention in San Antonio this weekend. We’re sharing a table in the dealers’ room with some author friends, so if you’re attending, be sure to stop by and say hello! (And … Continue reading

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Boskone 2017

I had posted earlier about my schedule for Boskone–I was going to be on several panels, and participating in the Boskone Book Party to promote Mysterion.  Donald and I were also planning to throw a party. Unfortunately, we’re now unable … Continue reading

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World Fantasy 2012 Report and Crochet Update

I think at this point I should just accept that I’m not going to get around to blogging about Readercon back in July or the World Science Fiction Convention in September. So … World Fantasy!  This was the first weekend … Continue reading

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At World Fantasy this weekend

Donald and I will be attending the World Fantasy Convention in Toronto this weekend.  This is like a science fiction convention, only for fantasy.  It focuses on the writing and art of the genre, whereas many other conventions have a broader … Continue reading

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Boskone 2012

Donald and I went to Boskone in February, over a month ago, and I’m so woefully behind on my blogging that I haven’t mentioned it yet. Boskone is Boston’s other annual science fiction convention.  Arisia is much bigger, and a … Continue reading

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Arisia 2012

A couple of weekends ago, I attended Arisia, one of Boston’s local science fiction conventions.  I usually think of Arisia as more of a party convention than a writers’ convention.  I’ve attended Arisia in past years without sitting in on … Continue reading

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World Fantasy Convention schedule now available

Donald and I will be at the World Fantasy Convention in San Diego next week. After years of attending conventions and sitting in on panels (or not, mostly–I’ve been known to attend a convention without taking in a single panel), … Continue reading

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Note to World Fantasy Convention …

… Apt 1 and Apt 2 are separate addresses! My boyfriend Donald and I are both planning to attend this year’s World Fantasy Convention in Columbus, Ohio. Donald and I have kind of an unusual living arrangement, in that we … Continue reading

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Readercon photos

I took my camera to Readercon, but didn’t remember to take a single picture. Fortunately, others are not so lax. Here’s my friend Matthew Kressel’s Readercon photo album. There a few pictures of me. Interestingly, I think there are more … Continue reading

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Readercon 2010

My boyfriend Donald and I attended Readercon at the Burlington Marriott Hotel this weekend (Burlington Massachusetts, not Burlington Vermont). Readercon is one of my favorite science fiction conventions, and I’ve gone every year since 2005, except for 2008 when I … Continue reading

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