Worldcon Report Part One


We arrived home from Worldcon late Monday. It was a good convention–a lot of fun to see old friends, meet a few new ones, and connect with readers.

I have often said that everyone who goes to Worldcon has a completely different experience. One fan told me that she spent her entire Worldcon in the reading rooms, listening to writers read their work. Another never attended paneling at all.

I spent most of my Worldcon either talking to editors or old friends. Despite my best intentions, I didn’t manage to see any panels at all.

I will do these Worldcon posts in parts, partly because I’m so tired and partly because I want some time to filter all those conversations and experiences.

Watch this space for more.