My tentative schedule for Capclave

It is hard to believe that on the heels of Worldcon, Capclave is now less than a month away.

This time around, the good folks who run Capclave have given me a pretty heavy schedule of programming. And while, tentative, it all look very, very good. Here is what is on my plate for the weekend:

Saturday

  • 9am: Online Presence with Morgan Keyes, Nick Mamatas, and John Scalzi.
  • 12:30pm: Reading. Note: this is my first-ever reading!
  • 5pm: Golden Age SF with Roger MacBride Allen and Tom Doyle.
  • 6pm: Unwritten Secrets of Writers Groups with Meriah Lysistrata Crawford, Aly Parsons,and Jim Stratton
  • 10pm: Who Are the Early Master of Modern Science Fiction with Michael Dirda, Tom Doyle, Doug Fratz, and Darrell Schweitzer
  • 11pm: Shortest Fiction with Larry Hodges, Dina Leacock, Craig Allen Loewen, and Jennifer Pelland.

Sunday

  • 1pm: How Many Years in the Business Before They Stop Calling Me a New Writer? with Diana Peterfreund, Jamie Todd Rubin, Alan Smale

And now a few comments:

  • OMG! I am on a panel with John Scalzi, Nick Mamatas, and Morgan Keyes on Online Presence. Dude! That is so awesome.
  • OMG! I am on a panel with Michael Dirda. That, too, is pretty darn cool!
  • OMG! I am on a panel with Jennifer Pelland, whose stories–particularly ones like “Organ Nell”–I’ve always admired.
  • OMG! I am going to do a reading–my very first. Now I have to think about what to read…?
  • OMG! I am on panels until midnight on Saturday. That is going to make for one long day!

Again, this is just a tentative schedule. I imagine a more finalized version will be forthcoming in the next couple of weeks. But it looks like a pretty amazing schedule.

Published by Jamie Todd Rubin

Jamie Todd Rubin writes fiction and nonfiction for a variety of publications including Analog, Clarkesworld, The Daily Beast, 99U, Daily Science Fiction, Lightspeed, InterGalactic Medicine Show, and several anthologies. He was featured in Lifehacker’s How I Work series. He has been blogging since 2005. By day, he manages software projects and occasionally writes code. He lives in Falls Church, Virginia with his wife and three children. Find him on Twitter at @jamietr.

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