Category Archives: Conventions

It’s January, Which Means Arisia Is on the Horizon

Originally posted on Dr. Doyle's Blog:
Doyle’s Arisia Sked What Lies Beneath: Adding Subtext to Your Story Alcott Fri 8:30 PM ??? In real life and in storytelling, what -isn’t- being said is often more gripping than the actual…

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What I’m Up To

This weekend Doyle and I will be at Arisia down in Boston. On Monday I’ll be teaching Naloxone Community Training in Littleton (at the North Country Health Consortium). Then, on Friday the 22nd I’ll be doing a couple of evening … Continue reading

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Live at Boskone

Doyle and I will be at Boskone in a couple of weeks. This is our schedule: Saturday, 14 February, 10:00 AM Marina 2 The Future of Forensics Advances in science and technology are driving the future of forensics. How will … Continue reading

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My Boskone Sked

This weekend I’ll be at the Boskone science fiction convention. Here are my panels: Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial? Friday 17:00 – 17:50 When we finally meet the aliens, how will the encounter affect the Earth’s religions? Does their sentience … Continue reading

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