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My 2018 Philcon Schedule

Here is my Philcon schedule for 2018. Hope to see you there!

Fri 7:00 PM in Plaza II (Two) (1 hour)
HOW DIFFERENT WAYS YOU READ A STORY AFFECT WHAT YOU GET OUT OF IT (3052)

[Panelists: Brandon Budda (mod), Alyce Wilson, Nicholas
MacDonald-Martell, Eric Hardenbrook, Glenn McDorman]

People differ in how they read (or listen) to a story. They may read
fast or linger over the text. They may search back for “clues”
or just go for the ride. How can the different modes impact your
experience


Sat 12:00 PM in Plaza V (Five) (1 hour)
FOR PANELISTS, BY PANELISTS (3141)

[Panelists: Hildy Silverman (mod), Alyce Wilson, Joseph Haughey,
Lawrence Kramer, Phil Giunta]

Tips on how to answer moderator questions, audience questions, not
monopolize the panel, get a word in edgewise, combat imposter
syndrome, and other aspects of handling your appearance as a Panel
Presenter at cons


Sat 4:00 PM in Plaza IV (Four) (1 hour)
THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (3126)

[Panelists: Jeff Warner (mod), Steve Vertlieb, Alyce Wilson, Brandon
Budda, Daniel Kimmel, Samuel Delany]

"Fifty years ago, Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke set out to
make a new kind of sci-fi. How does their future look now that
it’s the past?" This question was asked in a recent article in The
New Yorker, and now we're asking you


Sat 10:00 PM in Crystal Ballroom Two (1 hour)
SHOWS WE’RE (STILL) NOT OVER THE ENDINGS OF (3123)

[Panelists: Tony Finan (mod), Marshall Ryan Maresca, Alyce Wilson,
Hildy Silverman]

Whether it was because of a surprise cancellation that left us with
a massive cliffhanger, or the intentional plotting of a
Machiavellian team of writers, some series ended in ways that- even
years later- make us want to shriek. What finale left you agape


Sun 11:00 AM in Crystal Ballroom Three (1 hour)
YOU'RE ALWAYS LEARNING HOW TO WRITE BETTER (3065)

[Panelists: D.L. Carter (mod), Gregory Frost, Alyce Wilson, Joshua
Palmatier, Sally Wiener Grotta, Marilyn 'Mattie' Brahen]

Even established long-term professional writers still work to
improve their skills. Authors discuss things they have learned along
the way, and how they have gained new levels of expertise

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