To all our friends attending the “Snowcone,” er, Boskone science fiction convention in Boston this weekend – stay warm and dry! Think of this as an opportunity to read some of those books you just bought…Read More →
I will be traveling this coming week to Farpoint in Timonium, Maryland. This Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Super Hero and Media convention has been around since 1993. It offers a wide variety of programming and fun. It runs from 2/17/2012 to 2/19/2012.
As I will be an author guest at this convention (Hey, I did write a 2012 book, Coffee with Thunderbolts), this will be a new experience for me. I will be on 4 panels:
1.What to Do with ...Read More →
Looking forward to attending and seeing lots of friends at Capclave, the annual convention of the Washington Science Fiction Association, which starts on Friday just up the road in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Now entering its second decade, Capclave has evolved into a lovely, literature-centric con that always draws fun and interesting people.Read More →
Are you a science fiction fan? Into steampunk? Hooked on anime? Love LARPing? You might want to try attending a convention, if you haven’t already. These days there are conventions dedicated to almost every facet of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, from literature to media to costuming to gaming. If you’re having trouble finding conventions to attend in your region, try visiting the web site con-news.com.
Big conventions like Comic-Con, Dragon Con, or Worldcon are exciting, but can sometimes be overwhelming. Smaller regional conventions can also be a lot of fun – and often afford a better opportunity to meet writers and other professionals in the industry.
If you are in the mid-Atlantic region, and enjoy attending small, relaxed science fiction conventions with a literary emphasis, we encourage you to consider Capclave. This year’s convention will be held October 14 – ...Read More →