Can-Con is this weekend and that means a three-day extravaganza of literary and scientific conversations. For the first time, the convention is sold out, but here are some of the panelists who have appeared on Literary Landscape and a sampling of the kinds of discussions that will be happening. If you don't have a ticket the vendors room will still be open for sales and book signings!
|Intro - Can-Con 2019 is bigger, better. . . and sold out!|
|Interview - Amelinda Berube on poltergeists, psychology, ballet, and femininity.|
|Interview - Marna Nightingale on editing: "I'm the midwife."|
|Interview: Kate Heartfield and Matt Moore on what makes a short story a short story, and a novel a novel. Also, the emotional core of fantasy versus horror.|
|Follow @CanConSF and #CanCon2019 on Twitter to keep up this weekend!|