I'll be teaching for two days at Rutgers University next month. I don't teach very often -- and less with each passing decade -- so this is a rare event for me.
Aaaaand... apparently they're full up. But there's a waiting list. You can find it and everything else about the conference here.
Anyway, here's everything I'm going to be on at the conference:
WRITING GENRE FANTASY
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Genre fantasy is very different from science fiction, much less well understood, and possessed of its own set of pitfalls for the unwary writer. This workshop will help you to avoid those pitfalls. Going back to the basics of world-building, you will learn to shape your fantasy world into something that both convinces and makes sense, while still retaining the magic that drew you to it in the first place. Exotic and richly detailed though your fantasy world may be, it is still ruled by the basics of narrative. Luckily, those basics are simple and easily mastered, leaving you free to exercise your imagination to the limit.
SCIENCE FICTION WORLD-BUILDING
Sunday, June 3, 2018
READING & SIGNING EVENT