And now we have the last day of Worldcon, plus a whole bunch of links to other people's all-con reports.

Discussion of Diana Gabaldon, Madeleine Robins reading, Panel on Dead People )

Slightly-Annotated List of Other People's Reports )

(By the way, anyone who responded to my Tolkien and religion post and doesn't have comment notification, sorry for the delay—I've been tired or busy or thinking—but I've finally answered you.)

Sunday was actually a fairly programming-heavy day for me. This is appallingly long, as a result. But we're almost done!

'DOA: Books that Died Despite Everything' )

Pratchett reading )

'Creating Gods' )

Tor new books; dealer's room; Legal Seafoods )

Masquerade and 'One Man Star Wars' )

Quick note: summary of the exposition panel is up at the Noreascon blog. Hey, I wasn't awake enough to do actual work. And now must run or will be late for lunch appointment.

Don't mind me, I'm not really posting content, just dumping possible Noreascon panels of interest somewhere where I can find them later.

Hey, [livejournal.com profile] prince_eric: you coming to this? Friday night dinner, even if you aren't?

everything looks so interesting )
From the Noreascon 4 Preliminary Program:

Saturday 11:00am: Fantasy of Manners

How do we define it? How do we draw the line, and what is its appeal? Is it a truth (universally acknowledged...) that only women can write it?

You sure you can't make it to Worldcon?

(Kidding! But this is just the kick-in-the-pants I need to re-read Swordspoint like I've been meaning too.)

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