Category Archives: Conventions

Authors I met at BayCon 2018

I meant to post this as a follower for the con report, and it still is even with a week’s break in the middle. I mentioned in my con report that I met/re-met many authors who intrigued me enough to … Continue reading

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5 Interesting Links for 06-08-2018

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Finance (Animals) A dog has figured out currency transactions…sort of. https://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=12050682 Universal Income (Economics) The meaning of and research behind universal basic income in these uncertain times. https://lifehacker.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-universal-basic-income-1825172737 Science (Photography) … Continue reading

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BayCon 2018 Con Report

Oh, where to begin… This year was a wonderful one on so many levels. Thanks to a new assistive device called Grover–officially a LifeGlider–(I really need to introduce you all to him soon), I could participate more fully in BayCon … Continue reading

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My “Annotated” BayCon 2018 Panel Schedule

BayCon season is upon us and my panel assignments look like they’ll be fascinating discussions. I am the moderator for most them, so I plan to do my best to make that happen. Good questions from the attending members are … Continue reading

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Notes from World Building Techniques and Approaches at BayCon 2017

Panelists: Kevin Andrew Murphy, Ms. Jennifer L. Carson, Jon Chaisson, and Katharine Kerr Moderated by me (Margaret McGaffey Fisk) Note: I’ve tried to get the correct attributions, but sometimes multiple people spoke on the same concept so no guarantees I … Continue reading

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