At the end of April, I will return to my homeland – the Mitten State (Michigan) for Penguicon, a weekend of fun stuff to do and learn. I’m going to sit on several panels, mostly for the Literary Track. I was also asked to speak on one in the Film Track, since I used to be an actress and heavily involved in the Michigan film community.
The names of the panels have been shortened (because I can’t remember the full names off the top of my head):
April 24th: OPEN! I have no programming scheduled. A good time to find me, talk to me, and otherwise be social. Last year, I ran around like a crazy person the whole weekend. This will be nice.
April 25th: 2pm – Editing, 4pm – Traditional vs Self Publishing, 5pm – Rejection (where I may read a couple of my recent rejection letters!), 9pm – Undead (where we talk about vampires, ghouls, etc)
April 26th: 9am – Scriptwriting (I’ll be leaving shortly after this one ends, as I have a loooong drive back down to Kentucky)
Times are subject to change, of course. Dates might as well. Penguicon takes place at the Westin Hotel in Southfield, Michigan. Check out the website at www.penguicon.org for more information.