FenCon programming

So … 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23. Who puts a little fish like me on the same panel as Joe R. Lansdale? What can I add to a discussion about horror subgenres when Joe freaking Lansdale is on the panel? Not to mention Charlee Jacob, Angeline Hawkes-Craig and Rie Sheridan. I’ll probably be tongue-tied, but hell, it’ll be fun, anyway.

My FenCon schedule is actually pretty light. They were needing warm bodies for some more panels and I volunteered for a few, so I may be busier than it appears today. We’ll see.

Sara’s having way too big an influence on Jacob. Ask him a question now and he’s very likely to answer you and end his response with “Duh!” He’s all of three years old.

I really don’t have a damn thing to say. I could mourn the Vikings’ loss from yesterday, but coupled with the way the Oklahoma Sooners are playing this season, it’s just too depressing. I could talk about the cat sitting on my front porch, looking into the house. She won’t come inside; this is the one that adopted us when we moved in a couple of years ago. She loves to be stroked, will reluctantly let you pick her up, but freaks out if you try to bring her inside.

No new writing, but I hope to make some more progress on Ulrik this evening, once the kids are in bed. The cops have come to visit Chris in the chapter I’m working on.

0 responses to “FenCon programming”

  1. Ooh! I’ll give you an “in” with Lansdale — Please please PLEASE tell him that Cherie Priest says THANK YOU for the blurb. I wrote him an email through his website, but I bet he never got it ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. FenCon’s going to rock – but I hear ya. and I are on a collaboration panel with SM Stirling and Larry Dixon. Them Big Fish, Us Little Guppies. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
    You’re going to do fine. Joe’s WONDERFUL. But it reminds me of my very FIRST EVER convention panel (where I was the moderator) on Horror writing – which I didn’t realize I was qualified for. I look out into the audience into the face of Brian Hopkins and wondered what the hell was doing on that panel.

    • But you have great verbal skills, so I’m sure you had no problem with your first panel.
      I’m not really so worried about the panel, though it is a bit intimidating to be there with someone so well known.
      And hey, I get to see you and Angie in those shoes, too! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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