We are so delighted that Martha Wells will be appearing at ArmadilloCon!
Here are the places to look for her during ArmadilloCon!
Cultural SF/F & Non-Western Fantasy Settings
Fri 8:00 PM-9:00 PM Ballroom E
D. A. Durham, E. Roberts, B. Jensen*, M. Wells
Far too many SFF settings rely on tropes of “medieval Europe” or “modern America” with the serial numbers only lightly buffed off, when there are whole worlds full of other options. Our panelists talk about finding and writing work that goes beyond those old tropes.
Writing Large Series
Fri 9:00 PM-10:00 PM Ballroom D
K. Baldwin, D. Cohen, M. R. Maresca, K. Redford, M. Wells*
Trilogies, pentologies, dodecologies, heptatriacontologies in three phases… how can anyone hope to keep anything straight in these gigantic epics? Especially the people trying to write them! Our panel talks about the perils, pitfalls and pleasures of writing stories of immense scope and scale.
Meet the 2021 Award Nominees
Sat 11:00 AM-Noon Ballroom E
C. Brown, S. Felix, B. J. Stufflebeam*, M. Wells
Meet some of this year’s nominees for the Hugo, Nebula, and Philip K. Dick Awards.
Sat Noon-1:00 PM Dealers’ Room
C. Brown, M. R. Maresca, C. Panatier, M. Wells
Sat 2:00 PM-3:00 PM Conference Center
The Rise of the Novella Market
Sun 11:00 AM-Noon Southpark A
D. Cherry, R. Klaw*, A. Latner, M. Wells
The growth of ebooks has led to an explosion of interest in shorter fiction and those who write it. Discussing the new opportunities from Tor.com, Tachyon, and others.