Fans and folks, this coming weekend, April 7-9 in Tarrytown, NY, is Lunacon 2017, which is, according to the website, “the New York area’s longest-running Science Fiction convention.” Pretty cool, yes?
And this year, the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers will be there, doing it up right! We have a reading on Friday night as a group, and also one of our own rising superstars, S. A. Chakraborty, will have her own reading of The City of Brass, which comes out this fall from Harper Voyager.
If you’re going, or can go, please consider supporting our gang as we stalk the halls of our most local convention.
Also, I’ll be a panelist (and moderator!) for a few panels:
- Writing Groups 101–Saturday at noon
- Writing About/For LGBT–Saturday at 6:00 pm
- Writer’s Groups, Degrees, Programs Oh My! (Moderator)–Sunday at 2:30 pm
If Lunacon is not on your schedule, there’s still plenty of time to consider Readercon, which the BSFW considers our home convention. This will be the second year that 20-25 of us will be there. Practically a gang!