There are still a few registrations left for GenreCon – they do close on 25 October, however, so if you’ve been wavering might I suggest you get your butt into gear?
Now, let me be clear: this isn’t a ‘con’ in the sense
Yup, if you’re coming to Brisbane for GenreCon at the end of October (and why wouldn’t you be?) the program is here.
On Saturday 31 October I’ll be running this two-hour workshop:
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
BEST FOOT FORWARD: EDITING AND POLISHING
Okay, my fellow Brisneylanders: on Oct 29 at 6pm, Lisa L. Hannett will be at Avid Reader launching her new book Lament for the Afterlife. Do you want to be there?
Of course you do, you’re all folk of exquisite taste.
It’s the night
The lovely folk at GenreCon have put out a last call for volunteers, Brisneyland people.
Go on, you know you want to. It’s good for your karma – also, there may be cookies.
Go here for the details.
So, it was a huge hit last year in Melbourne. It will be a huge hit again in Brisbane this year.
Here’s the blurb:
For those of you who missed last year’s show, here’s the official pitch: the AWM
And so there is this, GenreCon, which is an initiative of the Australian Writer’s Marketplace, and is being shaped and force into submission by Peter M. Ball’s organisational skills. It’s running from 2-4 November this year in Sydney.