Marissa Lingen (mrissa) wrote,
Marissa Lingen
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World Fantasy stuffs

johnjosephadams notes a World Fantasy Con event for Saturday: "1:00 PM - Shimmer: The Pirate Issue. Featuring readings from: Rajan Khanna, Justine Graykin, J. Kathleen Cheney, Jill Snider Lum, and Marissa K. Lingen."

So there I am. Stop by and have a listen. I promise not to say yarrr, or shiver your timbers, or anything alarming like that.

Which of you should I look for at World Fantasy? And approximately when are you coming, and are you staying in the main hotel or somewhere else? If you want my cell phone number, e-mail me. I'm in the main hotel. I'm arriving around midday on Thursday and leaving again around midday on Sunday.

I have picked out which books to pack for on the plane, so, y'know. I'm ready. The rest is details, right?
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