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MileHiCon 45

 MileHiCon is celebrating its 45th year. Congratulations! Rose over at MileHiCon sent over the panel listings, and I’m on three plus the signing. Here’s my schedule: Friday: 7pm in Mesa Verde C: Animation for Adults M. Dane, G. De Marco, L. Givens (M), C. Kemp, J. Stith 8pm in the Atrium: Author Signing & Meet/Munch/Mingle Catherynne […]

Archon St Louis

 Unfortunately, it looks like I will not be going to Archon St Louis. I was looking forward to driving out there, but after a long hard look at the return on the investment, it didn’t make economical sense to make the trip this year. Since I’ve heard good things about Archon, hopefully I will be […]

Compensating the Entertainment

 Something that has come up often concerns panelists at conventions. Many conventions require panelists to pay full price to get into the con. Most of the ones I attend grant the panelist at least one, but sometimes two, tickets to the show. Of course, this is assuming the panelist will be on a set number […]

Back from WHC New Orleans

 We’re back from the World Horror Convention (WHC), this year held in the hot and muggy city of New Orleans. Tonya and I enjoyed our trip, but we had to leave a day early due to an event at the Thornton Barnes & Noble. One of the things we did was venture out on a […]

Panel Schedule for Denver Comic Con

 Denver Comic Con 2013 Here’s my schedule for Denver Comic Con. Hope to see you there! FRI-4-5 The Future of Storytelling Room 109 James Rourke, Jesse Bullington, Molly Tanzer, Guy Anthony De Marco, Stephen Graham Jones (m) SAT-2-3 Creating an Indie Publishing Co-op Room 103 Bryan Young, Dave Jackson, Paul Lell, Travis Heerman, Guy Anthony […]

Denver Comic Con

 Coming up at the end of May 2013, the Denver Comic Con is the largest convention in the Denver region. This year, they’re expecting 50,000 attendees. I will be attending this year, along with Peter J. Wacks, to promote our Bram Stoker Award® nominated graphic novel, Behind These Eyes. We’ll be nea Kevin J. Anderson […]

COSine Convention Conclusion

 Here we are, the final day of COSine. I say that knowing this may actually be the very last COSine Convention in Colorado Springs, at least as run by the First Friday Fandom group. Brings a sense of melancholy as I head into the last day. The panel schedule is light today, with only one on my […]

COSine Day 1

 The panels are done for the first day of COSine, a science fiction convention in Colorado Springs, CO. Before my panel, I stopped in on several panel discussions and a reading by David Boop. Today’s panel was “What Works and What Sells”, moderated by Sarah Hoyt. David Boop and Sam Knight joined me in a […]