As per usual, I will be taking part in some Comicpalooza events, albeit fewer than years past because I like the idea of not burning out and also making time to go frolic in Discovery Green. But you didn’t click the link to read a lengthy introduction.
Here’s where you can come find me:
Friday, May 25
- 11 a.m. through 12 p.m.: Special guest of Matinee Heroes‘ live podcast discussing Wonder Woman, panel room 9.
- 12:30 p.m. through 1:30 p.m.: Leading the Houston Great Books Council’s annual Reading Comics as Literature workshop, panel room 9. No need to bring anything, as I will be providing all the reading material. However, if you’d like to read ahead, I plan to discuss Milton Lawson (local writer!) and Rem Broo’s Roger Ebert and Me.
Saturday, May 26
- 12:30 p.m. through 1:30 p.m.: Midnight Lair Presents: Writing for Film and Television, panel room 5. On first glance, I admit it probably seems weird that I’d be on a panel like this given that I’ve only ever worked on one TV show, but I was invited to give a new screenwriter’s perspective.
Sunday, May 27
- 11 a.m. through 12 p.m.: Moderating the Working with Non-Superhero Licenses in Comics panel, featuring Amy Chu, Joe Eisma, and Sara Richard, panel room 3.
In addition, Comics Experience and the aforementioned Midnight Lair will be in attendance. Both projects with which I am involved, both of which are well deserving of your time and attention. The people with whom I work are all passionate and talented and it’s an honor to have a chance to learn from them.
Looking forward to seeing you there!