Denver Comic Con Schedule

Here’s my DCC schedule (so far) for panels. Remember, Denver Comic Con opens on Friday, but takes place on Saturday through Monday this year during Memorial Day. Make sure you stop by and say hello!


Guy: 2:30 – 3:20 The Better Half: Sidekicks in Fiction
ROOM: 203 (With Tonya)
Films and literature and full of awesome sidekicks, but what is their role is storytelling?
Travis Heermann (M), Lou Berger, Tonya L. De Marco, Quincy J. Allen, Guy Anthony De Marco, Amalie Howard, Mario Acevedo, Jeanne Stein

Guy: 5:35 – 6:25 Speedy Stories – The Craft of Flash Fiction
ROOM: 205 (With Tonya)
Flash fiction is an amazing form for genre stories…but here’s what you need to know to pull it off!
Josh Vogt (M), Vivian Trask, David Boop, Guy Anthony De Marco, Tonya L. De Marco, Quincy J. Allen, Peter J. Wacks, Stephen Graham Jones


Guy: 1:20 – 2:10 Fearing Your Own Voice
ROOM: 203
When the Novel of Your Dreams Consists of Nightmares
Alexis Newton (M), Rob Peaslee, Rob Weiner, Sam Knight, Guy Anthony De Marco, Stant Litore

Guy: 6:00 – 6:50 Finding Firefly: mixing genres in fiction
ROOM: 203
Discussion of the best instances of genre mash-ups and why they work.
Sherry Ficklin (M), Sarah Hoyt, Guy Anthony De Marco, Jim Butcher, Molly Tanzer, Mario Acevedo


Guy: 11:45 – 12:35 Going Down the Research Rabbit Hole
ROOM: 205
A discussion of research tools, techniques, and tribulations for writers.
Travis Heermann (M), Jeanne Stein, Warren Hammond, Betsy Dornbusch, Guy Anthony De Marco, Mario Acevedo

Guy: 2:30 – 3:20 The Facts About Media Tie-In Writing
ROOM: 203
Does media tie-in writing make you a sellout or is it a viable career move?
Josh Vogt (M), David Boop, Peter J. Wacks, Guy Anthony De Marco, Dan Wells, Kevin J. Anderson

Guy: 4:25 – 5:15 Wish You Were There: Worldbuilding
ROOM: 402 (With Tonya)
Learn the two types of worldbuilding to make your fictional world not only come to life but make people want to be there.
Josh Vogt (M), Betsy Dornbusch, Travis Heermann, Mark Ryan, Guy Anthony De Marco, Tonya L. De Marco

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