Archive for the 'Convention reports' Category

I went to ALA, and only brought you back a photo of a quicksilver jellybean

Monday, July 1st, 2013

I went to ALA, and only brought you back a photo of a quicksilver jellybean. For the past four days, Scott and I were either traveling from Wisconsin to Chicago, being at ALA, or traveling from Chicago to Wisconsin. This trip involved a panel (with Timothy Zahn, John Scalzi, Brandon Sanderson, David Brin, and Cory [...]

4th Street, Readercon, Gemmell Award, BOOK OF IRON, and shameless self-promotion is shameless.

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

I came home from the convention to the news that Range of Ghosts has been longlisted for the Gemmell Award (formally, the David Gemmell Legend Awards), which is (1) thrilling! and (2) ironically wonderful, since I just finished reading Legend last week. The way this works is that publishers nominate for the long list, and [...]

Worldcon, Worldcon, Worldcon, Squeecast, Worldcon.

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

So. I have survived Chicago and am safe back at my dear Mr. Lynch’s place in western Wisconsin. And as you may have heard by now, the SF Squeecast both did a live recording (with Sarah Monette and Jay Lake as guests) and won a Hugo. photo credit: I had an amazing con, despite [...]

Epic confusion at Epic ConFusion (or) how I spent my winter vacation

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

At Epic ConFusion, Subterranean Press hosted an all-author (and one editor) AD&D game. It was GMed by Saladin Ahmed and Myke Cole (two debut authors whose first novels are out these past two week!) and featured a party comprised of Joe Abercrombie, Scott Lynch, Jim C. Hines, Patrick Rothfuss, Brent Weeks, Peter V. Brett, and [...]