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Bear's Worldcon Schedule

NOTICE! The pocket program has me listed for two Monday program items. I will not be at those items, because I will be on an airplane.

Fantastic London

Thursday 2:00 - 3:00

London has inspired many fantasy writers, and continues to do so. Cornell, Bear, Willis, Doctorow, Kowal... What is it that intrigues us?

Gary K. Wolfe (M), Paul Cornell, David Liss, Elizabeth Bear, Gail Carriger

Escape the Earth! Science Fiction @ SAPL 3

Thursday 4:00 - 5:30 (This is at a library, not the convention proper)

Authors read their work and discuss their careers in science fiction at this special event at the San Antonio Public Library.

Catherine Asaro, Robin Hobb, Elizabeth Bear

My Favorite Dinosaur

Friday 12:00 - 1:00

Apatosaurus, Godzillasuarus, Stegasaurus, Sue, Albertasaurus, Triceratops, Gertie, Pteranodon, Velociraptor, or Barney: there are so many choices. What is your favorite dinosaur? Do we really need Apatosaurus, Supersaurus, and Ultrasaurus or is Brontosaurus good enough?

Bryan T. Schmidt (M), Elizabeth Bear, Takayuki Tatsumi , Spring Schoenhuth, G. David Nordley

SF SQUEECAST RECORDING

Friday 6:00-7:00 pm

Keeping Control of a Long Series

Friday 9:00 - 10:00 pm

So many participants, so many events, written over so many years -- is writing a long series more like wrestling a snake than writing a single volume novel?

Elizabeth Bear (M), Trina Marie Phillips, Steven Brust, L. E. Modesitt, Saladin Ahmed

Reading: Elizabeth Bear

Saturday 10:00 - 10:30 am

Elizabeth Bear

Novels You Should Have Read Since Chicon 7

Saturday 1:00 - 2:00

A rundown of the best novels published in the last year and a half.

Elizabeth Bear (M), Willie Siros, David G. Hartwell, Jess Nevins

Writing Combat

Saturday 5:00 - 6:00

How do you integrate combat into your writing? How do you make it believable? At what point do you reach a state of Too Much Information? How do different audiences affect your style? A look at writing fight scenes, from personal fisticuffs to fleet engagements and everything in between.

Elizabeth Moon (M), Elizabeth Bear, Martha Wells, Jean Johnson, Lois McMaster Bujold

Ernie's Pub: Drinks with Writers

Saturday 7:00 pm

The Future Two Hundred Years Out

Sunday 11:00 - 12:00 am

It's a difficult distance from the present, but a very appealing one for science fiction. What do we think it will be like?

Kim Stanley Robinson (M), Joe Haldeman, Elizabeth Bear, Sheila Williams

When will Zombies Die?

Sunday 2:00 - 3:00

A little over forty years ago, George A. Romero changed the nature of zombies with his low-budget breakthrough film, Night of the Living Dead. Since then zombies, combining visceral horror and social commentary, have shambled into the mainstream. We've had zombie horrors, zombie comedies, and zombie graphic novels. Zombie walks have become regular events in many communities, and AMC runs a prestige zombie television show. Why are zombies so popular? Have we reached a saturation point? Will zombies ever shuffle off their immortal coil?

Seanan McGuire (M), Elizabeth Bear, Adam Troy Castro, Charlaine Harris

Hugo Award Ceremony

Sunday 8:00 PM

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I love the all-female panel on combat. :-)

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