My schedule for ReaderCon 2017
I’ve just gotten back from teaching Clarion West. Three days at work then I go to ReaderCon. (Yes, I planned poorly.)
As usual, ReaderCon has put me on a bunch of really interesting panels that I’m looking forward to. My reading this year is Saturday at 2:30pm. Come hear me read a story that’s actually finished, copy-edited and published. It’s also I think one of the best things I’ve written. (Last year, what I read was literally what I’d written several days before. I think it’s become one of the best things I’ve written but it wasn’t at that form then.)
Friday July 14
1:00 PM 6 A Golden Age of Asian Speculative Literature in English. John Chu, Neil Clarke, Liz Gorinsky, Caroline M. Yoachim. There’s a growing body of English-language speculative works by writers from Asian and South Asian cultures—works in translation from writers working in Asian languages, and works written...
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