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Old July 30 2013, 01:54 PM   #31
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Re: Shore Leave

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Here's the article Reanok is talking about: http://trekcore.com/blog/2013/07/tre...rview-preview/
Looking at the photos in that artical, David Mack, KRAD and Greg Cox all come across like the friendly chaps they do on here.
Thanks!

FYI: I see that Shore Leave has posted this year's schedule at its website.
http://www.shore-leave.com/schedule/
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Old July 30 2013, 01:58 PM   #32
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Looking at the photos in that artical, David Mack, KRAD and Greg Cox all come across like the friendly chaps they do on here.
Thanks!

FYI: I see that Shore Leave has posted this year's schedule at its website.
http://www.shore-leave.com/schedule/
Thanks for posting that!
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Old July 30 2013, 05:24 PM   #33
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Here's my blog post about my own scheduled appearances:

http://christopherlbennett.wordpress...g-shore-leave/
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Old July 30 2013, 06:11 PM   #34
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I'll be checking back all weekend for new book news!
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Old July 30 2013, 06:25 PM   #35
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For those interested, I was bored and copied the panels with TrekLit-relevant panelists (bolded) out of the Shore Leave Pocket Program (beyond that I think "some of them have single Q&A sessions, and I know KRAD also does a Karate workshop, but this is what's in their program):

Friday


7 PM
Humor In Sci-Fi - Sometimes Sci-Fi can be downright grim. Sometimes...NOT! A look at the lighter side of S/F -
Russ Colchamiro, Aaron Rosenberg, Peter David.


8 PM
Into Darkness: The Authors’ Panel -
Russ Colchamiro, A.C. Crispin, James Mascia, Ethan Wilson, Kelly Meding, Susan Olesen, and any other authors who can get away!


9 PM
TOR Books: New and Upcoming. -
Marco Palmieri, Greg Cox, Christopher Bennett


10 PM
Meet The Pros -
Meet all of your favorite authors, buy books, and get autographs


Saturday

10 AM
Warehouse 13: Check Your Artie-tude at the Door - Phil Giunta, Greg Cox, Lorraine Anderson, William Leisner


The Influence of Soundtracks and Scores on Writing - Jim Johnson, David Mack, Greg Cox, Bob Greenberger, Steve Wilson, Melissa Scott


11 AM
The Influence of Fanzines on Fandom - Did fandom create fanzines, or did fanzines create fandom? A love story. Steve Wilson, Martha Bonds, Lorraine Anderson, Phil Giunta, Paul Kupperberg.


Princess Leia Organa vs. Lt. Nyota Uhura (and some of the great women of Sci Fi!) -
Rigel Ailur, Amy Sisson, Stephanie Slater, Kirsten Beyer


Podcasting and Social Media
- with Justin Timpane, Wayne Hall, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Jay Smith, Steve Wilson


12 PM
Crazy 8 and the Terrible Twos? Two years in and this writing team is more dynamic than ever!-
Peter David, Bob Greenberger, Paul Kupperberg, Russ Colchamiro, Jan Michael Friedman, Steve Wilson, Aaron Rosenberg, Glenn Hauman.


Plotters vs. Pantsers - Do you like to plan your plot or let it unfold? -
Phil Giunta, Mary Louise Davie, Jim Johnson, James Mascia, Kelly Meding.


1 PM
Superheroes in Film -
Greg Cox, Dave Galanter, Peter David, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Steve Wilson, Ethan Wilson.


The Future History of Star Trek’s Past in Prose (try saying that five times fast)! Will our writers continue to write about Classic Trek as we know it, or the new Trek universe?-
Christopher Bennett, Michael Jan Friedman, David Mack.


Podcasting and Social Media
- with Justin Timpane, Wayne Hall, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Jay Smith, Steve Wilson


2 PM
Podcasting and Social Media
- with Justin Timpane, Wayne Hall, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Jay Smith, Steve Wilson


From Tie-in to Original -
Christopher Bennett, Ann C. Crispin, Peter David, Jo Wyrnick, Keith R.A. DeCandido


Time Management for Writers -
Phil Giunta, Aaron Rosenberg, Jim Johnson, Bob Greenberger, Russ Colchamiro, James Mascia


3PM
Did Man of Steel Tarnish Superman? -
David Mack, Christopher Bennett


Orphan Black: Klone Klatch -
Marco Palmieri, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Jen Rosenberg


4 PM
The Legend of Korra: Let’s Review -
Marco Palmieri, Christopher Bennett


Leverage: The Book of Jobs -
Keith R. A. DeCandido, Greg Cox


5 PM
Writing Alien Aliens! -
Rigel Ailur, Mary Louise Davie, Christopher Bennett


6 PM
Deep Space Nine: Still Defiant After All These Years -
Wayne Hall, Randy Hall, Lorenzo Heard, Andrew Kelley, Phil Margolies, Marco Palmieri


From Big Screen to Page: Movie Novelizations -
Greg Cox, Ann C. Crispin, Peter David, Bob Greenberger, Keith R. A. DeCandido, Michael Jan Friedman


7 PM
The Women of Galactica - Old and New - Amy Sisson


Sunday


10 AM
Writing in Collaboration. Are two pens better than one? -
Melissa Scott, Aaron Rosenberg, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Bob Greenberger, Michael Jan Friedman


11 AM
The New Frontier: Self- and E-Publishing -
Jim Johnson, Aaron Rosenberg, Melissa Scott, Russ Colchamiro, Glenn Hauman, James Mascia, Steve Wilson


12PM
Janeway is Back! In the Novels - Kirsten Beyer


Amazon Kindle Worlds - Does this hurt writers or help them? -
Marco Palmieri, Jim Johnson, William Leisner


1 PM
Science Fiction of Asteroids - FINALLY! Our scientists and our authors meet! -
Scientist Paul Abell and authors, Christopher Bennett and Melissa Scott discuss bringing scientific realism to science fiction.


2 PM
ReDeus Anthology: The stories and their authors. -
Aaron Rosenberg, Paul Kupperberg, Bob Greenberger, William Leisner, Kelly Meding, Steve Wilson, Dave Galanter, Phil Giunta, Allyn Gibson, Lorraine Anderson


Writing Prequels and Sequels -
Michael Jan Friedman, Russ Colchamiro, Phil Giunta, Joshua Palmatier


ST:TOS: Where Hundreds of Writers Have Gone Before -
Keith R. A. DeCandido, Greg Cox, David Mack,
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Old July 30 2013, 06:32 PM   #36
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Wow, that was above and beyond the call of duty! Thanks.

A couple of personal notes:

I see that I'm scheduled for two panels at 10 am Saturday. Sadly, I'll probably have to skip the movie soundtrack panel to do the WH13 panel.

Also, there's some uncertainty about that 2 pm TOS panel on Sunday. It's listed on the Pocket Program but not on the main Sunday grid, so it may be a glitch.
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Old July 30 2013, 07:16 PM   #37
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I like the way the people doing the program think I can be in two places at once. *sigh* Also it's unclear when the podcasting panel is exactly.

Anyhow, I'm going to be doing the Boogie Knights concert at 11am on Saturday, and I'm doing the self-defense workshop Saturday at 6pm (sign up at registration! limited to 20 people! it'll be awesome!), and those both supersede anything I might be listed as being on.

Also I'm participating in the "Sci-Fi Squares" riff on Hollywood Squares Friday evening.
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Old July 30 2013, 07:17 PM   #38
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Thanks for that list, Defcon! Looking forward to catching up with folks at Shore Leave once again.
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Old July 30 2013, 07:18 PM   #39
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I like the way the people doing the program think I can be in two places at once. *sigh*
A well-timed transporter accident can take care of that problem . . .
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Old July 30 2013, 07:22 PM   #40
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I like the way the people doing the program think I can be in two places at once. *sigh*
They probably expect that you and Greg know how to create a transporter double/clone/holographic representation simply because you write Star Trek/SciFi.


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Also it's unclear when the podcasting panel is exactly.
I was wondering about that. Seemed strange to have the same panel three times within such a short time.
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Old July 30 2013, 07:34 PM   #41
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Here's what I'm hoping is my schedule.
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Old July 30 2013, 07:35 PM   #42
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Also it's unclear when the podcasting panel is exactly.
I was wondering about that. Seemed strange to have the same panel three times within such a short time.
The grid we were sent says that it's a two-hour panel from 1-3pm. Doesn't matter to me, as I can't do it at any of those times.
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Old July 30 2013, 09:27 PM   #43
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For those interested, I was bored and copied the panels with TrekLit-relevant panelists (bolded) out of the Shore Leave Pocket Program...
You left a few Trek Lit-relevant people unbolded, although they haven't done Trek Lit recently. Melissa Scott wrote DS9: Proud Helios and VGR: The Garden. Steven H. Wilson wrote three stories for DC's Star Trek Vol. 2 (a Trelane sequel called "A Little Man-to-Man Talk," a Pike-on-Talos story called "Door in the Cage," and the Saavik/Valeris focus "A Question of Loyalty"). And Rigel Ailur wrote "Brigadoon" in Strange New Worlds 10.
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Old July 30 2013, 09:28 PM   #44
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I find I am double booked three times throughout the weekend and I await the con to tell me where I really should be. It's messier than usual which is a shame for the 35th anniversary. In addition to the above, I will be the center square for Friday night's Hollywood Squares and serving as auctioneer the charity auction right after.
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Old July 30 2013, 10:16 PM   #45
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Oy. We (This is our collaborative account) are supposed to be on the collaboration panel and we aren't listed. We had signed up for the historical fiction workshop too, and I don't even see that listed.
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