Join me at FOGcon in Walnut Creek, March 6-8th!

I am thrilled to announce that I will be attending and speaking at the Friends of Genre Convention, or FOGcon, in Walnut Creek, CA from March 6th-8th.

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I have a great schedule booked for the con, which you can check out below. Or if you want to just say hello, swing by and say hi! Registration is available here and I hope this will be a great convention!


Fri, 9:30–10:45 pm

I will be reading an excerpt from my novel, The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus, along with fellow authors Chaz Brenchley and Heather Rose Jones.
Small Scale SFF
Type Program
Description So many well known SFF stories focus on saving or changing the world, yet smaller scale stories matter. Many people have talked about the difficulties of making domestic concerns story shaped.However it’s important to have stories about care-taking, love and warmth and good food. There’s value in small scale stories about people solving problems without violence, and stories about forming communities. These stories help us imagine that we can use the skills that we have to mend the world. So let’s celebrate small cosy and domestic stories!
Location Salon A/B
Schedule Sat, 3:00–4:15 pm
Panelists M: Debbie Notkin. Laura Davy, David D. Levine, Alanna McFall, Tina LeCount Myers
Tweet! #SmallScaleSFF
SFF Podcasts: What’s out there and what does it sound like?
Type Program
Description There are too many podcasts for genre fiction readers and writers for any one person to keep track of on their own. What are the best for readers? Which are the most helpful for writers? How does the medium of podcasting change a story?
Location Salon F
Schedule Sun, 9:00–10:15 am
Panelists M: Heather Rose Jones. Sheryl R. Hayes, Trish Henry, Alanna McFall
Tweet! #SFFPodcastsWhatsoutthereandwhatdoesitsoundlike

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