Now that the preliminary programme for WorldCon 75 has been released, I can tell you that I will be in two panel discussions. If you want to hear what I and the other panelists have to say about these subjects (and see what I look like when I’m not an eggship), please join us.
Flash Fiction Online
Thursday Aug 10, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Flash fiction, fiction of very few words, suits very well being published online. The panelists discuss their favorite online media for publishing and reading drabbles, dribbles and sudden fiction.
Friday Aug 11, 3:00 – 4:00 PM
Publishing is changing. We talk about Indie (self) publishing, but what else is there? Co-operative publishing (Book View Cafe)? Patronage (Patreon, fundraiser sites such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo)? How does the different publishing work? How do readers find out about it?
You might also be interested in hearing what Andrei Tuch, who translates my stories to Russian at @MicroSFFru, has to say in a panel about translating:
Names in Translation
Sunday Aug 13, 3:00 – 4:00 PM
One of the hardest things to translate are names which carry so much cultural significance with them. Our panel of translators talks about their experiences and struggles with translating names.