The Programming organizers at Westercon68 (July 2-5, Town and Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego, CA), just sent me the Participant Questionnaire, on which I indicate which of the proposed panel discussions and other programming activities in which I would like to participate. Not only were many of these things discussions in which I would love to be a panelist, the overwhelming majority were topics that I would gladly pay to be a member of the audience to see them discussed.
Topics range from questions that arise in Science Fiction such as “why would any aliens want to invade us in the first place,” to questions about future societies, being in love with a vampire or a zombie (a common problem in SOCAL, I hear), and issues in writing and publishing SF and Fantasy. The topics are well-conceived and are likely to produce lots of lively discussion among the panelists as well as audience interest.
It is still a few weeks before I know what panels will be afflicted with my participation and what the schedule of that participation will be. You may be assured, however, that I will post my schedule here, on my Facebook pages, and on my Amazon dot com author page.
I am truly looking forward to this and hope to see some of you in San Diego.
To learn more about Westercon68 or to pay the fee that lets you attend, go to one of these sites: