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C2E2 schedule

I've received my schedule for the Chicago Comics Expo next month (see my Appearances page for a link with further details as to date, place, etc.)

I'm coming in to promote the release of the first issue of the FEVRE DREAM comic, scripted by Daniel Abraham (of Albuquerque) and illustrated by Rafa Lopez (of Spain).



Here are the scheduled public functions:

FRIDAY

12 noon - 2pm signing at Avatar booth

4 pm - 6 pm signing at Avatar booth

8pm - 10pm Avatar Friday Night Event - reading from A DANCE WITH DRAGONS
(this item requires a separate admission, available from Avatar)



SATURDAY

11 am - 1pm signing at Avatar booth


3 pm - 6 pm signing at Avatar booth



SUNDAY

11:15 am - 12:15 noon Q&A panel, room E353

1 pm - 4 pm signing at Avatar booth

As you can see, I will be spending a lot of time hanging at the Avatar booth. I expect there will be some "down times" when I'll be glad to chat... but that depends on the crowds. I have never done this con before, so I don't know what to expect.

Avatar will have copies of the first issue of FEVRE DREAM for sale at their booth, and I am told they also plan to stock many of my books.

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grrm
Mar. 27th, 2010 06:44 am (UTC)
Re: Comic-Con?
Oh, I know all about San Diego Comicon, thanks. I've been a guest there a number of times, going all the way back to the 80s.

Yes, there's some possibility that I might be there this year. It all depends on when I finish DANCE. Watch the appearances page on my website for updates.
bigdan1974
Mar. 27th, 2010 05:17 pm (UTC)
Re: Comic-Con?
That's great to hear. I'm actually a part of the production of that event, and I hope you get the opportunity to join us! Let me know if you have any questions or if there's any way I can help!

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