Here are my upcoming conventions, signings, appearances, etc. etc.


February 12- 14: Boskone has gone online, and I’ll be participating.

March 18-21: International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts is also online this year, and I’m a program participant.

2021 is going to be weird and strange and all the rest. I’m looking at Worldcon in Washington DC and a couple of other events. I’m trying to keep my online calendars up to date, but I’ve been moving a bit slower than I like. Please be patient with me. Thank you!


All my events for 2020 have either been cancelled or gone virtual. The one silver lining is that virtual conventions offer an opportunity for people who can’t normally get to conventions for whatever reason to get a taste of the convention experience from the comfort (and safety) of their homes. Do check back for other online events that might be happening. Thank you for your support. Wear your masks and stay safe.

October 16-18, 2020:  Capclave in Rockville, MD has gone virtual:  they have some great deals for both online-only memberships, and a combo membership that includes this year and next year.

October 23-25, 2020:  MileHi Con has also gone virtual. Check the site for more info!

The Broadway Book Mall may still have some signed books available. They’ll also take orders. Phone: 303-744-BOOK (2665).

The Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe also has my books for sale, many of them signed.

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