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 (room 317C).
- 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 (room 317C). 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 (room 315F). 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, Matt Frank, and Sara Richards, panel room 3 (room 351B).
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. You might even catch me at one of the booths.
Looking forward to seeing you there!