Holy moly. How is Feb 6th already? Here’s my schedule for RadCon 6C in Pasco, Washington next weekend: NEW SESSION ADDED on Young Adult Fiction.
Friday, Feb 13 5:30:pm-6:30:pm
Student Writers: Tips for Growing as a Writer
Our visiting writers and editors give out tips and tricks to our aspiring young writers! If you are a student writer, interested in improving your writing, this is a “must attend” panel!
Alma Alexander, Laurel Hill, Frances Anne Pauli, Robert L. Slater.
Friday, Feb 13 6:30:pm-8:00:pm
Sex, Violence, and the Modern YA Story
The Current trend of sex and violence in young adult books seems alarming…but is it really? Or is it a good thing? And is there a proper way for the author to approach it?
Jaleta Clegg, Sam Knight, Anna Sheehan, Kaye Thornburgh, Robert L. Slater.
Saturday, Feb 14 11:00:am-11:30:am
Robert L. Slater: Reading Room
Robert L. Slater reads fro his selected works.
Saturday, Feb 14 12:30:pm-1:30:pm
Can Not Put It Down Pacing
What distinguishes the book you can not put down from an interesting character story or a stylistic triumph? Is it the same for everyone?
Maggie Bonham, Harold Gross, Elizabeth Guizzetti, S. Evan Townsend, Robert L. Slater.
NEW Saturday, Feb 14 5:30:pm-6:30:pm
Young Adult Fiction
A quickly growing genre, what does it mean to write young adult fiction? Discuss the challenges and rewards of writing for young adults.
Alma Alexander, Frog Jones, Kaye Thornbrugh, Robert L. Slater.
Sunday, Feb 15 11:00:am-12:30:pm
Coal, solar, oil, hydro-electric, bio-fuels, nuclear (gasp!)… the possibilities for energy seem endless. How can we become energy independent? Are some options “better” than others? Discuss the driving factors behind various energy options and what the common consumer can do.
Hugh Gregory, Vandy Hall, Guy Letourneau, G. David Nordley, Robert L. Slater.
If you’re coming to RADCON 5C, please consider bringing Classic SF novels for donation to the Heinlein For Heroes [H4H] Program.