Confusion Convention & Subterranean Press

Hey folks,

I’ll be in Novi, Michigan (Jan 22-25) this week for Confusion SF. I consider Confusion my home convention and it’s definitely one of my favorites. The guests-of-honor this year are Alaya Dawn Johnson, Kentaro Toyama, Gordon Smith, and Jessica Zerwas.

On top of that, Confusion SF is home to Subterranean Press, a fantastic publisher who creates beautiful limited edition books. The Subterranean guests this year are Ann Leckie, Kelley Armstrong, and Cameron McClure. I also may have big news coming from them soon.

You can find the entire Confusion programming here!

I also will be signing books with a bunch of cool authors at the local B&N at 7PM Friday night. Find out more about the event here. Come hang out with us!

Here’s where I’ll be during the con:

Friday 6:00PM SFF Debates 2016!

Six of your favorite SFF personalities debate the issues of our time in this live debate, moderated by Robert Jackson Bennett.

Diana Rowland, John Scalzi, Wesley Chu, Delilah S. Dawson, Robert Jackson Bennett (M), Mark Oshiro, Brent Weeks

Friday 7:00PM Tor Author Signing

Barnes and Noble 
17111 Haggerty Rd.
Northville, MI 48168

Saturday 4:00PM Interview: Cameron McClure

Agent extraordinaire and Subterranean Special Guest, Cameron McClure is interviewed by science fiction author, Wesley Chu.

Wesley Chu (M), Cameron McClure

Saturday 5:00PM Autograph Session 2

Saturday 6:00PM Cover Art: The Good, the Bad, and the WTF

No genre places more emphasis on stunning cover art than science fiction and fantasy. It often goes right, but not always. With powerful visual projection, the panelists will observe a series of good, bad, and WTF covers from science fiction and fantasy, provide commentary, both in praise and… not.

Jim C. Hines, Susan Dennard, Wesley Chu, Justin Landon (M), Megan E. O’Keefe

Sunday 10:00AM Singularity for the Rest of Us

Is post-humanism really as straight, white, and Western as it often seems? How can science fiction talk about post-body identities without diminishing or dismissing embodied identity and experience? This panel will discuss the stories out there that complicate the uploaded experience.

Wesley Chu, Jason Sanford, Tom Doyle (M), Andrea Phillips, Cameron McClure

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