Preliminary Program Grid for Walter H. Hunt
This is the Preliminary program schedule. Walter H. Hunt may or may not actually be on these items, but probably will. However, due to circumstances beyond our control, modifications to the program can occur throughout the convention.
|Friday 5:00 pm: Walter H. Hunt Reading (Ends at: 5:25 pm) Bethesda|
Author:Walter H. Hunt
|Saturday 11:00 am: Alternate & Secret History (Ends at: 11:55 am) Salon A|
Panelists:Neil Clarke, Walter H. Hunt, Edward M. Lerner, James Morrow (M), Tim Powers
Although alternate and secret history seem related, they are quite different. What are the differences? How do you tell them apart? What factors must you keep in mind when writing in either area?
|Saturday 2:00 pm: Military SF: More Than People With Guns (Ends at: 2:55 pm) Frederick|
Panelists:Tom Doyle (M), Walter H. Hunt, Bud Sparhawk, Hugh Taylor
The panelists will delve into the many non-military elements that help flesh out military science fiction, discussing the complex nature of this genre.
|Saturday 3:00 pm: When to be Stubborn (Ends at: 3:55 pm) Bethesda|
Panelists:T. Eric Bakutis, Kelly A. Harmon, Walter H. Hunt (M), James Maxey, Lezli Robyn
All writers face moments when something they've written is hated by a critique group, a beta reader, or an editor. When should a writer learn from criticism and when stand firm?
|Saturday 4:00 pm: 1632: A Continuing Saga (Ends at: 4:55 pm) Bethesda|
Panelists:Iver Cooper (M), Meriah Lysistrata Crawford, Bjorn Hasseler, Walter H. Hunt
This long running series is still growing. Panelists will talk about their part in the series and where the stories are going.
|Saturday 10:00 pm: Eye of Argon Reading (Ends at: 11:55 pm) Suite 1209|
Panelists:Walter H. Hunt, Hildy Silverman, Ian Randal Strock, Michael A. Ventrella (M)
The worst science fiction story ever written gets a reading by our brave panel as they compete to go the longest without tripping over a misspelled word or laughing uncontrollably. Audience members are also encouraged to take a chance. Can you keep a straight face, especially when the panel begins acting out the story?
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