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08 July 2008 @ 01:54 pm
comic con schedule, version 1  

Ok, my Comic Con schedule is starting to take shape. Currently it looks something like this:

WEDNESDAY, JULY 22:
Daytime is free, with a potential lunch with (of all things) a friend from Ireland :)
Evening is Preview Night. Expect incoherency from the chick who’s flown over from Ireland.

THURSDAY, JULY 23:
Evening: Random House party (that sounds totally different than what it actually is! *laughs*)

FRIDAY, JULY 25
1:00-2:00
Looking at our World: Eye on the Present
Authors discuss how they use the supernatural in stories of contemporary society: Kelley Armstrong (Women of the Otherworld), LA Banks (The Vampire Huntress Legend Series), Kate Brallier (The Boundless Deep), Marjorie M. Liu (The Iron Hunt), C.E. Murphy (The Negotiator Trilogy), Justine Musk (Lord of Bones), Lilith Saintcrow (The Dante Valentine Series), and moderator Samantha Sommersby (Forbidden: The Revolution).

2:00-3:00
Looking at our World: Eye on the Present panelists autographing in the Comic-Con Autograph Area

SATURDAY, JULY 26:
11:00: LUNA-sponsored book signing. HOUSE OF CARDS will be available. Other books should perhaps be purchased ahead of time and brought for signing. :)

SUNDAY, JULY 27:
12:30ish: Lunch with sanguinepen/Goth_Huntress

still unscheduled:
“Carpe food” with my editor (her phrasing, not mine. *snickers*)
catching up/eating with JG
catching up/eating with Jim/Cam, which I EXPECT TO HEAR FROM CAM ABOUT, SIR o.o
hopefully some kind of CBLDF thing
hopefully some time at the Dabel Bros booth
time at the Del Rey booth to do a video interview

(x-posted from the essential kit)
 
 
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T.M. Thomastmthomas on July 8th, 2008 03:07 pm (UTC)
You're earning that tax write off with this business trip, no question.
Have fun.
kitmizkit on July 8th, 2008 03:08 pm (UTC)
Except there's no such thing in Ireland, because writers aren't taxed anyway. :)
T.M. Thomastmthomas on July 8th, 2008 03:12 pm (UTC)
I actually thought of that when I was typing, but decided to leave it in anyway since I had no Irish counterpart to describe the standard insane Murphy scheduling.

Now we just need to find a country where solicitors aren't taxed and I'm there...