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Category Archives: travel
Worldcon in San Antonio is nearly upon us, and people are starting to put up their schedules. If anyone’s going to be at the con and wants to come say hello or get a book signed, I’ll be at the … Continue reading
It’s that time again! Here’s my schedule for Norwescon: Friday 2 pm Cascade 6 Creature Feature What are our favorite fantasy creatures, and why? Do the fantasy archetypes (vampire, werewolf, fairy, etc.) give us a shortcut to understanding a particular … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again, ladies and gents, when my conventions sneak up on me and I forget to post my schedule until the last minute! If any of you will be at Radcon, c’mon over and hear my … Continue reading
I had a great time at Orycon! I’m a little worn out, since my job has me working off-site at the moment, rehousing a collection, so there’s more travel time and learning about resources at the new location. But I … Continue reading
First off, for housekeeping, I wanted to let everyone know I’ll be at Orycon next weekend, November 11-13. If you’re around Portland, drop by! Here’s my schedule: Fri Nov 11 4:00:pm Gender and Writing Gender free? Gender neutral? Stereotyping? How … Continue reading
I am returned! This weekend I’m tentatively planning to throw up a few thoughts about Con Networking for Introverts, but for now, pictures below the cut!
First off! I’ll be quiet next weekend, as I am off to World Fantasy in San Diego! At this very moment, I am completely failing to get up and start choosing clothes to pack. I hope to see some of … Continue reading
Out visiting a friend in Colville, Washington this weekend, and got to see some Irish step dancing and listen to a really great band. I did Scottish and English Country dancing back in the day, rather than Irish, but they … Continue reading
Field trip, today! I maintain it was research related. (And it was! Sorta.) I headed on down to Wolf Haven, near Olympia. I went once in middle school as part of a camp field trip, and had very pleasant memories. … Continue reading