I’m off to Baltimore Comic Con this Friday, September 22-Sunday, September 24, where I will be on a panel called “How I Broke Into Comics,” moderated by DC publisher Dan DiDio. I’ll also be at table 2502, so if you’re at the con, come on by and ask me about Mystik U, Cadaver & Queen, Future Echoes and Liminal Comics. And yes, you can also ask me Neil Norse Gods questions.
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I’m very excited to be attending MoCCA in Manhattan this year (April 1 and 2). I’ll be wearing my editorial hat and representing Liminal Comics, along with my amazing assistant editor Maggie Vicknair. Come check out our soon-to-be-released first comic, Future Echoes by Al Davison and Yen Quach. https://www.societyillustrators.org/mocca-arts-festival.
Here’s the link to the Liminal website: http://www.brainmillpress.com/liminal-comics/
Didn’t make it to San Diego? Live near Poughkeepsie? Come check out the comic book show at the Civic Center this Saturday and Sunday July 23/24. (I’ll be on a Comic Book Creators panel at Saturday, July 23 at 12 pm). And I’ll have a table Saturday (Sunday I’m back to writing). Here’s the press release: http://hv.iheartmedia.com/features/the-ultimate-comic-book-trade-show-963/
I’m going to be holding a workshop on Visual Storytelling Techniques (using cinematic and graphic novel storytelling methods to make your prose more vivid, dynamic and compelling) at Fiction Fest this September, in Norwalk Connecticut, courtesy of the Connecticut chapter of RWA. There are other fabulous sounding workshops by folks like Barbara Samuel, Kristan Higgins and Damon Suede. www.ctfictionfest.org
I’m going to be at my local comic book store, Alterniverse, this Wednesday, April 8, between 5:30 and 7:30 pm, so come by if you’d like to say hello, ask me any Stephanie Brown or Cassandra Cain questions, or would like your copy signed. Alterniverse is located at Rockledge Plaza, 1164 Rte 9G #6, Hyde Park, NY (845) 233-4234
Fans of Science Fiction writer Robert Sheckley, rejoice! This Monday, April 7, at 6:30 pm, the New York Times Review of Science Fiction Readings is holding a tribute to the satirical, philosophical author who inspired Douglas Adams. The event is being held at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art, on 138 Sullivan Street in New York City.
Alisa Kwitney (Sheckley) will be reading the existential short story Warm, along with Nebula Award Winning author Michael Swanwick. A panel afterward will feature award winning SF editor Ellen Datlow, author and Temporary Culture publisher Henry Wessells, and psychotherapist and journalist Ziva Kwitney, who was married to Sheckley during his beatnik Greenwich Village phase and his first expat in Majorca phase.
The event is being organized by Jim Freund, host of the Pacifica Radio show Hour of the Wolf and curator of the New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series. For more information click here»