We told you yesterday that we’d be at MCM Comic Con in London but that’s not the only place our authors are hanging out this weekend. Both Kaaron Warren (Slights) and James A Moore (The Last Sacrifice) will be at World Fantasy Con, with the former being Guest of Honour.

Here’s where the pair will be all weekend. As always, programmes are subject to change so do double check your schedule on the day to see that all is in order.

Angry Robot author Kaaron WarrenKaaron Warren

Thursday

23:00 – 23:55
WaterTable BC
Open Mic (poetry slam) (Ends at: 11:55 pm)
Panelists: Linda Addison, Kaaron Warren
Come one, come all to share and enjoy poetry. This poetry slam will be moderated by Linda Addison. #WFCOpenMic

Friday

10:00 – 11:00
Maryland Ballroom
Q&A

16:00 – 16:55
Kaaron Warren Interview with Q&A
Interviewer and Interviewee: Ellen Datlow, Kaaron Warren
#WarrenInterview

17:00
Federal Hill 
Reading

Saturday

10:00 – 10:55
Maryland Ballroom
Kaaron Warren solo presentation on Australian landscape
 (Ends at: 10:55 am)
Presenter: Kaaron Warren
#WarrenPresentation

17:00
Federal Hill 
Reading

Sunday

16:00 – 16:55
Homeland
Judges Review Panel
Panelists: David Anthony Durham, Christopher Golden, Juliet E. McKenna, Charles Vess, Kaaron Warren
WFC 2018 Judges will discuss the awards for this year. #WFCJudgesReview

James A Moore

James A Moore

Sunday

12:00 – 12:55
Watertable BC
Optimism in the New Dark Age
Panelists: Michael J. Deluca, Sarah Beth Durst, Matthew Kressel, James A. Moore, A.C. Wise
The ’00s brought us a glut of dystopian fiction, but in this new dark political era, what value or function can positive or so-called “hope-punk” fiction bring? Is optimistic fiction head-in-the-sand denialism, or is it mindfully visionary? Who are some of the writers creating this type of fiction? #HopePunk

AR Author D B Jackson

D B Jackson (David B Coe)

Thursday

16:00 – 16:45
Homeland
Families in Fantasy and Horror
Panelists: J.S. Breukelaar, David B. Coe, Aliette de Bodard, Tina Myers (M), Jean Marie Ward
From safe havens to the need to escape, examining the role of family as a broadly defined social unit. How characters grow up to create or reject a family structure. To what extent do idealized or demonized familial constructs reflect aspects of a historical or current context? Examining the role of the family as a broadly defined social unit. #FantasyHorrorFamilies

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