it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
it's a great life, if you don't weaken

Torcon Journal Part the First

Location: Crown Plaza Hotel Internet cafe

Sounds of clickingsurrpund me. The convention is a rousing success for me so far on a personal level, although the consensus is that the programming is... in the terms of a congoer not me.... "A dog's breakfast."

I'm having the time of my life, although a little sad that the boy cannot be here.

In any case, I am alive, and extremely well fed. Ahh, Toronto. Land of the magical many good restaurants.

The OWWers and the small press scene have been making the Con for me: This is the first time I've spent alone in three days. (Alone=surrounded by strangers typing in the internet cafe).

Life is good, although my sleep deficit for the last 72 hours is exceeding 60%.

Film at 11.


Also, congratulations to the 2002 Gaylactic Spectrum Short Fiction Award winner.

You know who you are.

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