WorldCon: Day Three (Saturday)

I had a great day. I attended nonstop, back-to-back panels from 11:30 through about 7:00pm, and enjoyed myself quite thoroughly. I whipped out a couple of caricatures for panelists, and a sketch or two for Schlockers in the audience who "made" me (it's not like I'm hiding, but I AM kind of short). I placed a few books in notable hands. I ate dinner with Phil Foglio (you may have heard of Girl Genius), and learned plenty from this master of self-publishing. Later in the evening I got to talk at length with James P. Hogan (you may have heard me go SQUEEEE!) about all kinds of things, including the fact that there's a comic-book adaptation of one of his most memorable novels. Once I've gotten my hands on it I'll let you know why you should buy it instead of whatever else it was you were planning to spend the money on (unless you're choosing between it and a Schlock book, in which case I'll strive to be unconvincing.) There are a zillion other things I want to link to, but right now I need to go to bed. We've got a long drive ahead of us tomorrow.