My Shore Leave 42 Schedule

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Finally, I am getting to once again walk the halls of the Hunt Valley Inn as I attend Shore Leave 42. Accompanying me will be a legion of authors, many of whom I have not seen in years. Me and the Crazy 8 Press gang will have a table and I look forward to chatting with fans and friends alike.

In addition to my emcee duties, I will be on a scad of panels (and I apologize now for flogging my Kickstarter campaign for Thrilling Adventures 2022) at each one. Oddly, this will be the first year in memory where I won’t be kicking off Saturday program with an hour of bable and trailers. Glenn Hauman will be handling that solo for a change. Here’s my schedule for those attending or curious as to how I will spend my weekend.

Friday

4 p.m. Belmont

Never Have I Ever What have you never done as an author, either because it’s something you wouldn’t do or because it’s something you just haven’t had a chance to try? Robert Greenberger, Lorraine J. Anderson, Mary Fan, Greg Cox, Ian Randal Strock, Susan Olesen

7 p.m. Salon A

Small Screen Dominance Star Wars and Star Trek have both had incredible new lives on the small screen, with multiple series thriving on TV. What does long-form storytelling enable that’s limited by two-hour movies? Dayton Ward, David Mack, Laura Ware, Robert Greenberger

Saturday

11 a.m., Salon F

Crazy 8 Press What have the folks at Crazy 8 been up to lately? And what do we have in the works? Come find out! Michael Jan Friedman, Robert Greenberger, Glenn Hauman, Aaron Rosenberg, Russ Colchamiro, Mary Fan, Hildy Silverman, Peter David

2 p.m., McCormick

C8 Writing Workshop: Story Structure

4 p.m. Salon A

Anthologies, Assemble Putting together an anthology presents many challenges, from fundraising to inviting authors vs. holding open submissions to paying contributors to making books available for purchase. Hear from some brave editors. Joshua Palmatier, Mike McPhail, Robert Greenberger, Michael Jan Friedman, Keith R.A. DeCandido

5 p.m., Belmont

Mapping It Out How important are maps for your books? Do you create them yourself? At what point in the writing process? And what do you use to create them? Jenifer Rosenberg, Aaron Rosenberg, Robert Greenberger, Christopher D. Abbott, Richard C. White

Sunday

10 a.m. Hunt/Valley

Bob & Howie Show. Once again, for something like the 42nd time, Howard Weinstein and I will riff about writing, debating which TV shows and movies are worth our time, all things Star Trek and whatever else comes to mind.

11 a.m. Salon A

Shows That Overstayed Their Welcomes We often discuss shows that ended too soon, but what about those that went a season (or two or seven) too long? Which favorites ran out of storyline or went in directions they shouldn’t have? At what point should they have quit while ahead? Hildy Silverman, Robert Greenberger, T. A. Chafin, Amy Imhoff

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