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Thoughtful Thursday - Can-Con Schedule



I can't believe it starts tomorrow. So much to do before then! Like figure out what food to bring. I figured out a schedule at least.
Officially, I am only on one panel and have nothing in the dealer's room, nor am I pitching anything, so I'm pretty wide open to take it all in. My panel is at noon on Sunday. It's Swordfighting 201. Oh, and the parties too.

Otherwise, I think I'm going to go to one or two workshops on Friday followed by the following panels:

  • Ursula K. Le Guin: Contributions and Legacy

  • Challenging Creative Marriages: Comic Book Writers and Artists Working Together

  • Portraying Non-Verbal Communication in Prose


Saturday

  • Character Arc and Mental Health

  • Epic Fantasy

  • The Ed Greenwood Group

  • Stormtalons

  • Either Renaissance Press Readings OR Unarmed Combat

  • Stormtalons: Closed World Building

  • Want to Dominate the World?

  • 2-hour BREAK from 5-7

  • What if vN is Just The First Circle of Hell: The Dark Future of Sexuality

  • Paper Airplane Thing OR Selling at Conventions

  • Witchcraft, Druids, and the Occult

  • Party


Sunday

  • Finances

  • Bodies of Difference

  • Swordfighting 201

  • The Diversification of the Comics Industry

  • Jay & Silent Dom on Comic Creation


At some point before the Swordfighting panel, I may miss something due to needing to practice for my panel, though.

Then I'm off to a friend's place for our B Movies Group. It's awards night.

Ciao,

R~

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