Convention-goers across the world have found themselves unable to attend these events due to circumstances outside theirs and the organizers’ control. Nevertheless, some conventions have convened virtually through the Internet to provide fans with the essential parts of the celebration. DragonCon, typically held in Atlanta, Georgia, was no exception.
Among the panels that occurred virtually this year was the one you will find below. Five Superversive authors – L. Jagi Lamplighter*, Declan Finn*, Marina Fontaine*, Richard Paolinelli*, and Hawkings Austin – spent fifty minutes discussing the Superversive movement and their writings. The advice they have to offer is invaluable for any writer setting out on the road to publication, as they drop useful hints about the craft and the names of publishers already working in the field.
If you can find the time to listen to and enjoy this round table discussion, readers, then click the video below or save the link for later. This is one panel that no one should miss. And since it is free on the Internet, no one has an excuse to avoid it!
Have fun, readers – and let your imaginations soar!
Superversive Dragons to the Sky! Panel Dragon Con 2020
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