Can-Con is coming up! Sept. 9 to 11. I won’t be there Friday evening, but I will be there all day Saturday and Sunday. I’ve volunteered to be the con’s accessibility liaison, so if you have any questions, comments or concerns, please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am really looking forward to all these panels, with friends and people I admire. On Sunday, I’ll read a bit from “The Seven O’Clock Man” at the Clockwork Canada launch — you can come to that for free without a convention registration. Just talk to the people at the registration desk.
- Saturday, 2 p.m. Locally sourced: Drawing on local history. With Amal El-Mohtar, Dominik Parisien, Mary Pletsch, Kate Heartfield (m)
- Saturday, 4 p.m. Shakespeare in SF. With Kate Heartfield, James Alan Gardner, Lesley Donaldson, Kelly Robson (m)
- Sunday, 11 a.m. Being a Woman in the Publishing Industry, Then and Now. With Sheila Williams, Tanya Huff, Sandra Kasturi, Marie Bilodeau, Kate Heartfield (m)
- Sunday, noon. Readings from Clockwork Canada. Dominik Parisien, Kate Heartfield, Rati Mehrotra, Brent Nichols