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I returned safely from Armadillocon last week, having had a wonderful time. I hung out at fantastically relaxing length with my lovely girlfriend. I discovered the spicy Bloody Mary. I went indoor rock climbing for the first time and found it pretty agreeable. Paolo Bacigalupi nearly killed me deader than French Toast with his Harlan Ellison story. There was a pleasant writers' workshop, interesting programming, and some watery hag turned me into a goddamn toad during a game of TALISMAN.

So, it's been a good year for one little experiment, that of being physically sociable. I've made it out to four cons, and each has been significantly less nerve-wracking than the last. I'm not doing so well on the internet anxiety front. Witness my scattered tweets and my silence here since I got back from Texas. Well, tonight that particular psychological monster gets a cock-punch, and damn the consequences.

By some miracle, I've updated my website, and it's full of stuff! Accurate stuff, even!

I'm going to be continuing my current project of occasionally leaving the house. In fact, I'm kind of hurling myself back into public in a big way over the next fourteen months. So, without further ado, here's the (minimal and subject to additions) rundown on where you can find me:


  • Viable Paradise (St. Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts) October 9-14
  • World Fantasy Con (San Diego, California) October 27-30
  • DaishoCon (Stevens Point, Wisconsin) November 18-20

  • EPIC ConFusion (Troy, Michigan) January 20-22
  • WisCon (Madison, Wisconsin) May 25-28
  • 4th St. Fantasy Con (Minneapolis, Minnesota) June 22-24
  • CONVergence (Bloomington, Minnesota) July 5-8
  • Readercon (Burlington, Massachusetts) July 12-15
  • Armadillocon (Austin, Texas) July 27-29
  • World Fantasy Con (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) November 1-4

    Also in contemplation for '12: Minicon (highly likely), Chicago Worldcon (fifty/fifty), and DaishoCon (schedule permitting). Plus other stuff!
  • Date: 2011-09-06 07:36 pm (UTC)
    fadeaccompli: (determination)
    From: [personal profile] fadeaccompli
    Being turned into a frog is a fine and honorable tradition in Talisman games!

    ...which, come to think of it, may explain why I go for Wrath of Ashardalon and its ilk more often these days. A lot less "do nothing for several rounds" incidents in that set.

    Date: 2011-09-10 02:24 am (UTC)
    soundingsea: (Default)
    From: [personal profile] soundingsea
    I always rob the bank and turn into a toad!


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