Anomaly Con was a blast this weekend. I had such a good time visiting with everyone and making new friends. All of my panels were a lot of fun, and the audiences all had great questions. A big shout out to my boothie Sandra, thanks for the awesome help all weekend!
One of the panels I was on, So Charming, Not Creepy, was filmed, you can watch it below. (Thanks Josh!)
Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center
7800 East Tufts Avenue
Denver, CO 80237
I’ll have a table out with books of course, and I have a great looking panel schedule, so drop in and ask questions!
So Charming, Not Creepy
Join our gentlemen (and ladies) of class in discussing how to approach people and be friendly (or even strike up a romance) without being that creep. A lesson on etiquette, common sense and fandom with respect. C. Kemp, J. Vogt, J. Brawner, T.A. Fowler.
Closing the Loop
Editing and re-editing and outlining and reviewing and getting your book out to an agent…you have so much to do now that you’ve finished your first novel draft. Where do you go from here? B. Dornbusch, S. Chambers, J. Brawner, Ay-leen the Peacemaker
Things I Learned From Books (That I Should Have Learned From…)
Sexuality and surprises in fiction, and the stories we read that opened our eyes to a bigger world. Did you get “the talk” from a book? This one’s for you. T. A. Fowler, J. Campbell, J. Brawner, P. Nihiser
Privacy and Practicality on The Web
Where does privacy give way to social interaction on the web? How can you protect yourself? And what about Facebook? C. Doctorow, J. Brawner, G. DeMarco, Psyche Corporation
Physics and Astronomy in Science Fiction
Real astronomers talk about writing astronomy into fiction the right way. Denver Astronomical Society Presenting. J. Brawner, L. Berger, Sorin