P1100069 Writers with their gadgets
Rachel Caine and Pauline Baird Jones, on a laptop and iPad correspondingly. Second row: Martha Wells, Matthew Bey, and Patrice Sarath. Third row: Nancy Holzner.
iPads took ArmadilloCon by storm this year -- every other person had them. I'm also impressed that live tweeting has finally taken off even among science fiction writers and fans, a demographics that always struck me as conservative when it comes to new media. (Yes, I realize the irony. :-))
My blog posts on ArmadilloCon 2010:
Writers' workshop, and sandwiches that cost their weight in gold.
Nancy Kress toastmaster speech: secret deal between Google and SFWA
What you should have read this year -- a list of recent science fiction and fantasy books recommended by our knowledgeable panelists..
Religion in worldbuilding -- why is it hard to add religion to your science fiction or fantasy novel without it looking like a caricature?
Time travel meanders
Ilona and Gordon Andrews' special guest interview -- when a non-native English speaker becomes a published author in the US, there has to be an interesting story in there.
Or see all my blog posts from ArmadilloCon 31 (2010) in one page.