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Armadillocon Writing Workshop Manuscripts Due Soon and Maybe Sooner…

by Rebecca Schwarz The workshop last year was nearly at capacity. Honestly, if I had my druthers I would love to coordinate an infinitely scaleable writing workshop, but alas we are bound by space and time i.e. the hotel’s undeniably … Continue reading

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New Workshop Teacher

K. Tempest Bradford is the latest addition to our Writers’ Workshop teaching faculty.

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Programming Second Wave

We’ve added several more Regional Guests who will be panelists at ArmadilloCon.

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Guest News

Dr. Moriba K. Jah, from the University of Texas Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, has agreed to be our Science Guest. His expertise is in space object detection, tracking, identification, and characterization, as well as spacecraft navigation.

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Programming News

We’ve posted the initial set of Regional Guests who will be panelists at ArmadilloCon.

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New Teacher for Writers’ Workshop

Suyi Davies Okungbowa is joining the faculty of our Writers’ Workshop.

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Art Show Update

Theresa Bayer, Michael Kucharski, and Jacob Walker will now be exhibiting in our Art Show.

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Writers’ Workshop Faculty Grows More

Urania Fung and Michelle Muenzler have joined the list of teachers for the ArmadilloCon Writers’ Workshop.

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Hugo Nominees at ArmadilloCon

Dublin 2019, the 77th Worldcon, has just announced finalists for the Hugo and John W. Campbell Awards. Nominees who will be appearing at ArmadilloCon 41 include Rebecca Roanhorse, Martha Wells, John Picacio, and Sara Felix.

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Join me at the ArmadilloCon Cabin at Camp Nanowrimo this April

by Rebecca Schwarz Do you have two thumbs and some writing to accomplish in April? I know I do. I did a traditional National Novel Writing Month YEARS ago and enjoyed it for what it was. While I did NOT … Continue reading

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