Thursday, March 27, 2014

Emerald City Comic Con Schedule

Where to find me?
Talaria Press Booth (JJ-21)

Panels

Friday:

Writing Dialogue That Works
Room: WRITERS BLOCK (309-310)
Time: 11:00AM - 11:50AM

Writing great dialogue does not always come easily to writers. Join John Scalzi and local authors to learn how to know if your dialogue works and what to do if it doesn't.

12pm: 
At the signing room in the writer's block until 1pm.

New Media and Book Publishing
Room: WRITERS BLOCK (309-310)
Time: 4:00PM - 4:50PM

Ever-evolving technology has changed and will continue to change how readers find and read books. Explore current options and future possibilities with local authors in a discussion of how to use technology to find your audience or distribute your book.

5pm: 
At the signing room in the writer's block until 6pm.


Saturday:

Producing a Professional Book Without Breaking the Bank
Room: WRITERS BLOCK (309-310)
Time: 1:00PM - 1:50PM

People really do judge books by their covers. This panel will show independent authors how to create a professional product on a shoestring budget.

2pm:
At the signing room in the writer's block until 3pm.

Fairytales and Folklore as Inspiration
Room: WRITERS BLOCK (309-310)
Time: 5:00PM - 5:50PM

Join bestselling author Cornelia Funke, Ren Cummins, Kiri Callaghan, and Marie Frances as they discuss why these “tales as old as time” have seen such a significant uptick in popularity, and how you, too, can look to them for inspiration.

6pm:
At the signing room in the writer's block until 7pm.

Sunday:

Archetype vs. Stereotype
Room: WRITERS BLOCK (309-310)
Time: 12:00PM - 12:50PM

Most characters naturally fall into literary archetypes, from the wise old mentor, to the temptress-- the challenge is making your characters multifaceted and compelling. Join Dave Wolverton, Kiri Callaghan, Ellen Beeman and Ren Cummins in a discussion of how to avoid cliché and stereotype in your writing.

1pm:
At the signing room in the writer's block until 2pm.

Rad Libs!
Room: WRITERS BLOCK (309-310)
Time: 3:00PM - 3:50PM

Help Ren Cummins and Kiri Callaghan create the best con stories of all time-you supply the nouns, adjectives and exclamations-audience participation encouraged.

4pm:
At the signing room in the writer's block until 5pm. 
 
 
 
 

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