Yes, it’s that time again, or slightly past time. If you’d like to potentially be a panelist, let me know! Here are some panels that have been proposed but have 3 or fewer panelists so far:
[ul][li]Finding Time: Working Writing In[/li]
[li]Furries and the “Other”[/li]
[li]Power and Privilege in an Anthropomorphic World[/li]
[li]Tricks of the Action Scene[/li][/ul]
There are ten panels pending so far, which don’t include my own theoretical typography and layout panel, any readings from authors or publishers, or any FWG “meet and greets,” so we’re still open to ideas for new panels, also. I don’t know how many we can realistically squeeze on to the schedule but we should aim for More Writing Than You Require, I think.
You can create a panelist profile for yourself and submit a panel here:
And, of course, you can just reply here and ask questions and/or volunteer. I’ll monitor this thread and invite you to any panels, and I’ll also double-check on the panels that I haven’t listed here to see how open the organizers are to guests. We traditionally aim for 3-4 panelists, unless it’s a presentation or author reading.