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Shore Leave approaches

As usual, and barring unforeseen complications, I’m going to be attending the Shore Leave 32 convention in Baltimore, MD this July 9-11.  For information on the con, visit http://www.shore-leave.com/.  The guest information page for yours truly is here.

Shore Leave is a Star Trek/science fiction convention which is pretty much the primary annual gathering of Pocket Star Trek fiction writers and editors.  Though this year it’s just authors and a couple of former editors, since the current Pocket editor won’t be able to make it.

This will be, I think, my sixth Shore Leave.  And it will be the first one since I started a blog, so I may well do some posting from the con, given the opportunity.

Oh, and there will be some actor types around too, like Edward James Olmos and Kevin Sorbo.  But it’s the writers who are the big draw, right? … Right?  (crickets chirping)

  1. Charlie
    May 27, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    I was wondering…after you go to shoreleave…will you be able to post on here a list of all upcoming books? Just curious as to where to find all that information as i am unable to attend the convention! thanks again…

    • May 27, 2010 at 9:41 pm

      This year, due to the lack of editorial presence at the convention, the upcoming-books announcements aren’t being held off until Shore Leave, but are coming out as projects are approved (which is why I’m able to talk about ST:DTI). Probably the best place to find an up-to-date list of known upcoming projects is here:


  2. Charlie
    May 28, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    Thankyou! Cant wait to read your next book! I was pretty bummed that your other book got shelved for the time being. Maybe someday we will all get to read it too. thanks again…have a great one!

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