Seattle-area writer-types (and reader-types, for that matter): This coming weekend, November 2-3, brings Northwest Bookfest to Kirkland (at Northwest University). Digital publishing is this year’s theme, and they have a terrific lineup of workshops and panels.
On Sunday morning at nine, I’ll present a workshop on “Connecting With Readers: Analog Adventures in a Digital World.” That one’s for registered participants.
Then at 10:30, I’ll join a panel of really cool science fiction and fantasy writers (Terry Persun, Nicole Persun, Elizabeth Guizetti, and Alma Alexander ) and we’ll converse wittily about writing science fiction and fantasy. (Of course we’ll be witty! All writers are witty!) The panel is free and open to the public and will run until about noon.
For those of you who will be suffering from baseball withdrawal, I’ll do my best to toss in at least one metaphor from America’s past time. And you’ll still have time to get home (or to your favorite pub) to watch the Seahawks game, and you’ll feel so much better having exercised your mind before settling in front of the big screen.
Come one, come all!