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Category Archives: travel
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
I am returned! Not over my jetlag yet, which has a lot to do with the cold my parents’ choir imported to Germany, spread amongst themselves, and then gave me as a gift to take home. In lieu of a … Continue reading