I’m absolutely thrilled to announce that not only will I be attending Norwescon 38 April 2-5, I’ll also be sitting on a few panels and giving a reading! So if you’re planning to attend as well (or if you’re in the Seattle area and want to hang out) let me know!
Reading: Between the Garden and the Thorns
Thu 8:00pm-8:30pm – Cascade 1
Faced with a monstrous enemy she cannot touch, a warrior must choose between the family she is charged to protect and her dying comrades. Dark military fantasy. Rated PG
Fri 3:00pm-4:00pm – Evergreen 3 & 4
Tod McCoy (M), Michael G. Munz, Stephanie Herman, Annie Bellet, Kurt Cagle
Not quite New York, not quite indie. What are the new, hybrid publishing models all about and what can they do for your career as an author?
Ask the Experts: Biology
Fri 4:00pm-5:00pm – Cascade 3 & 4
Dr. Misty Marshall (M), Alan Andrist, David J. Peterson, Stephanie Herman
Writers, looking to fine-tune the details of your story? Our panelists will take your questions about biology, evolution, language, medicine and more!
Pantsers & Structure
Sat 12:00pm-1:00pm – Cascade 7 & 8
Tori Centanni (M), Stephanie Herman, G. Willow Wilson, Patrick Swenson, John (J.A.) Pitts
Whether you write with an outline or fly by the seat of your pants, story blueprints are a powerful tool to help you get unstuck.
Your Anti-Procrastination First Aid Kit
Sat 1:00pm-2:00pm – Evergreen 1 & 2
Nina Post (M), Jennifer Brozek, Stephanie Herman, Kevin Scott, Harold Gross, Gregory A. Wilson
Do you love to write but don’t get as much writing done as you’d like to? Conquer your fears… and your rough draft.
Sat 5:00pm-6:00pm – Cascade 5
Annie Morton (M), Stephanie Herman, Christina Coonradt, DameRuth
Whether you have a large yard or a small apartment balcony, you can create a safe, welcoming space for wildlife. Join our experts as they talk about what you can do to help bees, bats, ladybugs, sparrows and other critters. (Kid friendly.)
Sun 1:00pm-2:00pm – Olympic 1
Folding paper into beautiful shapes.
Hope to see you there!