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Being a Panelist in a Virtual World

Being a Panelist in a Virtual World 

As you know, over the summer I attended some amazing virtual literary events—like TorCon2020 and Comic-Con@Home—and I waxed poetic about how amazing those two events were and how great it was that I, a geek who lives in the Land of the Midnight Sun also known as Alaska, could attend these two powerhouses of literary […]

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Words of Wisdom from Comic-Con@Home

Words of Wisdom from Comic-Con@Home 

In a move that probably shocks no one, I went to yet another virtual convention—this time Comic-Con@Home back in July. But this time instead of waxing poetic about how awesome this shift to virtual is or exclaiming how this could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for some like I did before, this time I wanted to […]

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San Diego Comicon 2014 Report

San Diego Comicon 2014 Report 

I got lucky once more this year and managed to join the mass nerd migration to the San Diego Comic Convention. As always, the lines go for miles (literally) and it’s the worst place to be if one isn’t somewhat comfortable moving in an extremely close mass of humanity. There is way too much for […]

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Epic Fantasy Dream Team do a panel together

Epic Fantasy Dream Team do a panel together 

When I was younger I’d spend hours talking with friends about football, usually we’d discuss which players should form a team together and take on the world: Fantasy Football, I think it’s a thing now. I wanted David Beckham, Steven Gerrard, Freddie Ljungberg and Frank Lampard all playing together in my midfield (sorry, I do […]

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San Diego Comicon 2013 Report

San Diego Comicon 2013 Report 

As everyone probably already knows, Comicon landed on the city of San Diego like the usual ton of bricks. All traffic slowed to a crawl in the vicinity of the convention halls, it took over the large ballrooms of nearly every hotel in a block radius, nearly every single hotel room in the county was […]

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San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Report – Part Three

San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Report – Part Three 

When I say say I went to “a lot” of panels this year, I meant that it climbed into the double digits. Usually things like the need to eat something other than granola bars, long lines, and panels featuring things like the entire cast of Firefly mean I miss a few that I wanted to […]

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San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Report – Part Two

San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Report – Part Two 

To read the first article in this series on Comic-Con 2012, click here. Strangely enough, this year was a good year for panels that I was interested in. Unfortunately, that bounty meant that there were a few times where I wanted to clone myself in order to see them all. For another point in the […]

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San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Report – Part 1

San Diego Comic-Con 2012 Report – Part 1 

Ah Comic-Con. Site of one of the largest nerd migration sites in the world and certainly the largest that I know of in North America. Simultaneously awesome and dreadful to behold. Under normal circumstances, for an extremely large convention with a lot of things I likely want to go see, I try to purchase a […]

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San Diego Comicon 2011

San Diego Comicon 2011 

Comicon. The word invokes the image of vast masses of comic nerds and SFF geeks as they all perform the annual migration to San Diego to commune with others of their kind and bask in the presence of their grand high poobahs of the comic book, movie and publishing industries with all the merchandise associated […]

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