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April 29, 2010


Most people probably don’t realize it takes about a year to plan a conference of any size. This year, the DFWCON will have approximately 450 attendees, and 20 agents and editors.  That’s pretty big. I mean, we’re no RWA or anything like that, but we’re well staked for the area.  The planning and ingenuity that […]

Poker success at writers’ conferences

April 27, 2010


Hey all, long time no type. Sorry, I’ve been busy as a one-legged man in an ass-kicking contest. I was talking to a writer friend today who got asked for a full from an agent at a conference. I don’t know if you know this, but there are really only five things that can happen […]

DFWCON: a volunteer’s perspective

April 14, 2010


We didn’t know what we were doing. It all started (well technically it started months and months and months ago) Friday afternoon. I got the call from Michelle asking me to meet her up at the place. She wanted to go over some last minute details about how we were going to handle around 250, […]