C2E2 is in a couple of weeks (March 18-20) and I'll be there to write about it for Robot 6. With any luck, I'll have some Kill All Monsters! ashcans with me too. Since I'm there as press, I won't have a table, but there are a few panels I know I'll be going to:
- Archaia Presents: How to Make a Great Indie Graphic Novel (Saturday, 2:30 - 3:30 pm)
- Webcomics Roundtable (Satuday, 4:30 - 5:30 pm)
- The Lost Genre: Getting Wild with Jungle Comics (Sunday, 2:30 - 3:30 pm)
Those won't be the only ones, certainly, but those are my Can't Misses. If I can make it to the Oni and Dynamite panels, I will, and there are a few writing ones that sound interesting, particularly the one on Horror comics from a writer's perspective.
Anyway, if you spot me, please stop me and say hello even if you don't want to buy a KAM! book. Running into people from online is one of the best parts of conventions.
I've sent in my RSVP and confirmed that I'll be attending SpringCon again this year as a Guest Creator on May 21-22. I should have KAM! ashcans there as well to sell. Mine probably won't have a Jason Copland original sketch inside, but you can still own a printed version of Chapter 1 for your very own.
I'm also planning to attend FallCon on October 15, but that's barely a gleam in anyone's eye yet. I don't expect to be able to confirm anything until probably around the end of summer.
Finally, I'm especially excited that I'm going to be one of the curators at the Minneapolis Indie Xpo on November 5-6. That was a great show last year and it's going to be awesome to be one of the people bringing in artists for it this year. I'll probably have more to say about this as I learn more. Right now, I'm just really, really thrilled.