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April 28-30

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Archive for May, 2009

Progress Report, in which Robin Bailey makes me famous

Back home, after much traveling in the past week.  This must be what a rock star on tour feels like.  Kinda.  Except without the sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll.

OK, I guess there was a bit of rock ‘n’ roll. Read on, if you would know more . . .

ConQuesT Schedule

As previously reported, I’ll be in Kansas City this weekend for ConQuesT.

If you’d desperately like to see me while I’m there–or if you’re bored and have nothing better to do–here’s my schedule:

Saturday
11:00 am–Making a Living As a Writer
But not necessarily in fiction.  From start to success (or not?).

Nathaniel Williams
Matthew S. Rotundo
Brad Denton
Glenn Sixbury

3:00 pmReading

I’ll be reading from "The Multiplicity Has Arrived."

4:00 pm–Politics and Science Fiction
Can there be objectivity?

Matthew S. Rotundo
Martha Bartter
Brad Denton
Henry G. (H.G.) Stratmann

Sunday
10:00 am–You Should’ve Seen It!
Independent films.  A discussion.

Matthew S. Rotundo
Nathaniel Williams
Robin Bailey

3:00 pm–Playing God
Participate in a collaborative world-building exercise

Diane Turnshek
Matthew S. Rotundo

Look me up!  I don’t know too many folks in KC, so I’d like to rectify that.

Progress Report, in which there is no rest for the wicked

Inched forward on notes for the new novel last week.  A tad disappointing there; I should have accomplished more.

Also did some prep for ConQuesT, coming very, very soon.  I’m determined to avoid the mad scramble I had to do for last year’s MileHiCon–or at the very least, to get the mad scrambling done a little sooner this time.

Complicating matters is the fact that we’re leaving for Denver on Wednesday.  Then, on Friday, we drive straight from Denver to KC, and head back to the Big O on Sunday.  That’s a whole lotta drivin’.  I imagine I’ll be pretty fried come Memorial Day.

And somewhere in all that mad dashing to and fro, I need to make some serious headway on those notes.

Yeah, that writing life sure is glamorous.

No updates for Write Club.

Right.  Back to the scramble . . .