MisCon 29 Attending Professional
James C. Glass is a retired physics and astronomy professor and dean who now spends his time writing, painting, traveling, and playing didgeridoo or native American flute. He made his first story sale in 1988 and was the Grand Prize Winner of Writers of the Future in 1991. Since then he has sold nine novels, four short story collections, and over fifty short stories to magazines such as Aboriginal S.F., Analog, and Talebones. A novel SEDONA CONSPIRACY and a new double anthology came out from Wildside Press in 2011. BRANEGATE came out in September of 2012 from Fairwood Press, and EAGLE SQUAD in May of 2013. For details, see his web site at www.sff.net/people/jglass/ . He now divides his time between Spokane, Washington and Desert Hot Springs, California with wife Gail, who is a costumer and healing dancer.
Web site: http://www.sff.net/people/jglass/
Scheduled Panels and Presentations:
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Fri 4:00 - 4:50 PM, Writers' Workshop Meet and Greet, Great Hall (Upstairs)
Panelists: Josie Beaudoin, Carol Berg, Larry Bonham, M. H. Bonham (Maggie), Brenda Carre, Ann Gimpel, James Glass, Rhiannon Held, Andrea Howe, C.L Norman (Candi), J.A. Pitts, Joyce Reynolds-Ward, Patrick Swenson
Participants and Critiquing Authors get together to meet and discuss how the workshop works. They'll also discuss workshops in general, and how to take criticism. Open to anyone interested in the Writers' Workshop.
- Break Fri 4:50 - Sat 11:00
Sat 11:00 - 12:50 PM, Writers' Workshop, Programming Tent 1 (The Tent)
Panelists: Carol Berg, Larry Bonham, M. H. Bonham (Maggie), Brenda Carre, Ann Gimpel, James Glass, Rhiannon Held, Andrea Howe, C.L Norman (Candi), J.A. Pitts, Joyce Reynolds-Ward, Patrick Swenson
MisCon's Galaxy-Famous Writers' Workshop. Submit your writing to us a month before MisCon, show up at the hotel, and meet with our professional critiquing authors and editors. They'll help improve your writing.
- Break Sat 12:50 - Sat 2:00
Sat 2:00 - 2:50 PM, Space Opera Rising?, Thunderdome Left (Big Room Left)
Moderator: Dave Bara; Panelists: Dave Bara, Steve Diamond, James Glass
Fantasy has held the public's fascination for a while now, but is SF/space opera on the rise again? Films like GotG, Jupiter Ascending, the new Star Wars are obviously box office hits. How does that affect science fiction literature? How will it affect genre book sales?
- Break Sat 2:50 - Sun 10:00
Sun 10:00 - 10:50 AM, Author Book Signing, Thunderdome Right (Big Room Right)
Moderator: Justin Barba; Panelists: Dave Bara, Carol Berg, S. A. Bolich, Larry Bonham, M. H. Bonham (Maggie), Terry Brooks, Brenda Carre, C.J. Cherryh, Steven Erikson, Jane Fancher, Ann Gimpel, James Glass, Rhiannon Held, David Keck, Todd Lockwood, Peter Orullian (Rock Lord), L.F. Patten (Laurey), John Picacio, J.A. Pitts, Joyce Reynolds-Ward, Shawn Speakman, Patrick Swenson, Mark Teppo, Eldon Thompson
All authors are invited. Terry Brooks's signing is moderated, and we will maintain a STRICT 3 item maximum per person--zero exceptions. In order to keep the line moving, Terry can only personalize one item per person per trip through the line.
- Break Sun 10:50 - Sun 1:00
Sun 1:00 - 1:50 PM, Near Future Science Fiction, Upstairs Programming 1 (259)
Panelists: Dave Bara, Steve Diamond, James Glass
Where will the next big Near Future Science Fiction (like today's Bladerunner) come from? Comics? Genre literature? TV? Films? What about games? What will it be?
- Break Sun 1:50 - Sun 4:00
Sun 4:00 - 4:50 PM, What's New In Science, Great Hall (Upstairs)
Panelists: C.J. Cherryh, James Glass, Hugh S. Gregory
Fusion reactors? Hand transplants? Adamantium-laced bones? Flying cars? What's new in science this year? Come find out.
- Break Sun 4:50 - Mon 11:00
Mon 11:00 - 11:50 AM, Reading: Jim Glass, Upstairs Programming 3 (261)
Panelists: James Glass
Jim will read from one of his latest works.