P1100183 Mikal Trimm, Matt Cardin, Matthew Bey
in the "Religion in Worldbuilding" panel. I thought the panel's official synopsis: "Religion plays a part in worldbuilding, but if you just lift aspects of current religions, they may not fit well into the world you are creating. How can religion be added without making it a caricature?" -- contained a nugget of unintended irony. Read more about it in my blog post.
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.