It’s been an interesting six months. But I’ll blog about that later. Right now, I want to talk about Denver Comic Con, happening June 17th, 18th & 19th at the Denver Convention Center. Last year I participated in two panels at DCC. (That’s what the hip kids are calling it!)
This year I am participating in SIX PANELS! Yes! Count them, SIX! This is a big deal for me. If you’re planning on attending, check out my schedule!
|Schedule A||Schedule B||Friday||Saturday||Sunday|
|11:45-12:35||Let History Be Your Guide (506/507)|
|12:15-1:05||What is our Fascination with the Living Dead? (Room 403/404)|
|1:00-1:05||Diversity in Sci-Fi & Fantasy (Room 506/507)|
|3:30-4:20||Sci-Fi vs. Fantasy (Room 506/507)|
|4:00-4:50||Historical Inspiration for Game of Thrones (Room 403/404)|
|5:15-6:05||Game Master Best Practices (702/703)|
If you’ve never been to Denver Comic Con, I highly suggest you check it out. Celebrities, old comic books, panels on geekdom and science. It’s really fun for the whole family.
I get to be on panels with some of my favorite people. Peter Meredith, Zombie Apocalypse writer extraordinaire, Stant Litore, author of the Anisble chronicles and the Zombie Bibles. Nikki Ebrite, who runs Myth & Legends Con, Catherine Winters, Vampire writer and professional singer. The list goes on and on.