Context is the big little speculative fiction convention in Columbus, Ohio, that I love to attend. It appears that I'll be attending with a pretty painful toothache for the second year in a row, so if my behavior is a little more "off" than normal, at least part of it is the drugs.
My short story collection, Back Roads and Frontal Lobes, will be available at the Post Mortem Press table in the dealer room all weekend. I'll spend quite a bit of time at the table when I'm not doing panels or fighting my toothache.
I'll arrive Friday evening. Here's my schedule, for those interested in finding me:
SATURDAY, September 29
-10 a.m., "Maybe I Am Too Normal to Enjoy This Book," in Pickaway (room)--with Gary Braunbeck and Tim Waggoner
-1 p.m.-2 p.m., Meet the Authors autograph session on the Upper Terrace
-2p.m., "Overlooked Books and Overrated Novels," in German Village--with Christopher Shearer, Geoffrey Landid, and David L. Burkhead
-7 p.m., "Fantasy: High, Low, and In-Between," in German Village--with Steven Zimmer, L.E. Modesitt, and Evan Dicken
SUNDAY, September 30
-1 p.m., "Don't Ever Let Me Catch You Doing This," in Pickaway--with Gary Wedlund, A.J. Scudiere, and Tim Waggoner
-2 p.m., "Why Short Stories Are Still Worth Writing," in Arena District--with Marian Allen, T. Lee Harris, and Nicole Cushing