Full Readercon Program Revealed

The full Readercon 26 schedule has been revealed on their website. I believe this schedule is final, typos, grammatical errors, misspelled names, and behind-the-scenes notes to the programming committee included. (Readercon, you know better — you should hire a proofreader immediately!)

You can see my own schedule here. The only possible change is that I may be giving my ChiZine Publications reading slot on Saturday at noon to another ChiZine author who doesn’t already have a solo reading at the convention, which I do. But I don’t know for sure yet, so I may read from Chasing the Dragon or I may not! Come find out! (Even if I’m not reading, all the other authors are top notch. You won’t be disappointed.)

Speaking of solo readings, come to mine on Friday at 1:30 PM to hear an excerpt from a brand new, unpublished story.

See you this weekend!

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