Arisia 2018!

Will you be at Arisia this coming weekend? So will I!

Come and see me at:


“If You Don’t Know, Now You Know” – Friday 5:30pm Marina2

SFF Authors use foreknowledge of events, whether predictive models, visions, or prophecy, to give characters future knowledge, often to solve story problems. In this panel, we’ll look at the problems this foreknowledge creates, for the characters, for the author, and for the reader.


“Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading” – Saturday 10am Adams

Come discover your new favorite writer as we read short excerpts from our work. Each writer has just a few minutes to show you what she’s capable of!  We offer chocolate and the chance to win prizes.

Broad Universe is an international organization dedicated to promoting, encouraging, honoring, and celebrating women writers and editors in science fiction, fantasy, horror, and other speculative genres.


“Frankenstein Turns 200” Sunday 10am Douglas

Mary Shelley’s novel “Frankenstein” was published in London in 1818, and is often considered to be the first science fiction novel. I will moderate the panel discussing its impact on the genre and culture in general, including its role in the genre canon, its status as a classic novel, works inspired by it, and whether or not it’s even really that good a book.


The Broad Universe table in the Dealers’ Room

…various times during Saturday and Sunday, selling Timepieces and Timekeepers!

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