Morgan’s Quick Virtual Balticon Round-Up

I learned this weekend that it’s a LOT harder to attend ALL-THE-PANELS when you’re trying to moderate the Discord and monitor all the social media.

I took notes at a few panels, but for most of the ones I hit, I’ll probably want to watch the recording once the closed-captioning is adhered and it’s up on youtube.

A longer post to come, but for my own tracking purposes, these are the panels I managed to make it to: 13 panels/presentations, 1 show, 2 readings, was on 3 panels, and ran tech for 1 panel.

I definitely hit a wall halfway through Sunday.

FRIDAY

6pm Writing For Themed Anthologies
7pm Bad Book Covers
9pm This Kaiju Life LIVE

SATURDAY

10am You Can’t Shop at Target in Middle Earth
11am Readings: DeCandido and Martell
12pm Tips for Writing Combat
2pm Kingdom of Warrior Women: The Dahomey Kingdom and its Amazons
5pm Dealing With Literary Rejection – I WAS A PANELIST!
7pm Science Fiction Has Always Been Political
8pm Making Painful Edits
9pm Readings: Kimmel and Ventralla

SUNDAY

10am Beta-Reading Propositions, What Are You In For? – I WAS A PANELIST!
12pm What’s This About A Social Media Presence – I WAS THE MODERATOR – my first time
1pm Dinosaurs: The Update (90 min)
3pm Momentum for writers
4pm How to Self-Edit That Lousy First Draft
NAP
8pm Choosing Your Perspective
9pm Body Disposal – A Primer for Writers

MONDAY

11am Ran tech for Reference Like An Artist
1pm Novel, Novella, or Short Story


If you managed to hit any of Virtual Balticon, let me know which panels/presentations YOU enjoyed!

I’ll be back again on Thursday with a more in-depth view.

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