MisCon 32 Panel Volunteer
Krista writes mostly Fantasy, in novel-length and short fiction. She has been a finalist in several contests (SiWC, PNWA, Colorado Gold), and won a couple of them (Pulp Literature, Fraser Valley Writers). Her work is published in Pulp Literature magazine and Electric Spec, with another one coming out in the 49th Parallels anthology later this year. Her passion for reading aloud has recently taken her into the realm of audiobook narration. She is an actor, and sings jazz in both a big band and a duo. Besides writing, a favourite pastime is working as Musical Director for high school shows (In the Heights, Les Mis, Anything Goes, etc). She writes in a closet in Port Coquitlam, BC.
Scheduled Panels and Presentations:
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Sat Noon - 12:50 PM, Spotlight: Thompson, Wallace, Frishberg, Spotlight
Panelists: Manny Frishberg, Tex Thompson, Krista Wallace
Meet a few of our authors, get signatures, and see what they're up to these days.
- Break Sat 12:50 - Sun 2:00
Sun 2:00 - 2:50 PM, MisCon Workshop: Brainstorming, Ballroom C
Moderator: Krista Wallace; Panelists: Rhiannon Held, Krista Wallace
How to Get Really Good at Brainstorming! Join us for a hands-on workshop in which Rhiannon Held and Krista Wallace will demonstrate how to get really good at brainstorming! Attendees will then get to practice their own brainstorming with each other.
- Break Sun 2:50 - Mon Noon
Mon Noon - 12:50 PM, Why Write Short Stories?, Ballroom B
Moderator: James Glass; Panelists: James Glass, Krista Wallace
It used to be you’d write short stories as a road to novel publication. Today, however, that’s changed. So why should you write short stories? How can they benefit you as a writer?
Mon 1:00 - 1:50 PM, Opponents, Dragon Pavilion (1)
Moderator: Brenda Carre; Panelists: Dave Bara, Brenda Carre, Sanan Kolva, Krista Wallace, Danica Winters
We’re not talking about villains here. We’re talking about those characters who attack your hero’s weaknesses and oppose him in every way. What are some examples of opponents in popular stories? How can you write a decent opponent?