Readercon 2009 schedule

My schedule at Readercon. I hope to see some of you there.

Friday 7:30 PM, NH / MA: Reading (30 min.)
From my first collection, Scenting the Dark and Other Stories


Friday 8:00 PM, Room 458: Kaffeeklatsch

Saturday 1:00 PM, RI: Talk (30 min.)
The Intersection of Puppetry and Science Fiction.

Much like science fiction and fantasy, puppetry is often seen as a childhood interest. Professional puppeteer and Campbell award-winning author Kowal talks about what the speculative fiction community can learn from the world of puppetry.

Saturday 2:00 PM, VT: Group Reading
Clockwork Phoenix 2 Group Reading (60 min.)

Mike Allen (host) with Saladin Ahmed, Leah Bobet, Mary Robinette Kowal, Barbara Krasnoff, Catherynne M. Valente
Readings from the second volume of the annual non-theme anthology
(subtitled More Tales of Beauty and Strangeness) edited by Allen and just published by Norilana Books.

Sunday 11:00 AM, ME/ CT: Panel
The Future of Speculative Fiction Magazines, Part 2: Online Magazines /Conclusions.

K. Tempest Bradford, Neil Clarke, Robert Killheffer, Mary Robinette Kowal (L), Matthew Kressel, Sean Wallace
Are print magazines doomed? (Heck, if _newspapers_ can’t make it …) Or will they survive in their tiny niches? Are there ways to make them more viable? Is that even worth the bother? After all, online magazines are now easy and relatively inexpensive to start-are they the answer? Part two of our discussion concentrates on online magazines and then moves onto the Big Picture.

Sunday 1:00 PM, RI: Workshop (60 min.)
How to Give an Effective Reading

Mary Robinette Kowal with participation by Robin Abrahams, Mike Allen, Nick Antosca, Inanna Arthen, Daniel P. Dern, Laurel Anne Hill, Shariann Lewitt, Sarah Smith
You may be a good writer, but reading aloud is a separate skill. Learn to make your words sound as great out loud as they do on the page. Using both demonstration and audience participation, we will explore voicing, narration and pacing.

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5 Responses

  1. Michael Curry

    I guess it’s time to see how many things I want to attend are exactly opposite other things I want to attend. I’m sure I’ll see you though!

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