Huzzah! A WisCon 43 Recap

Written by Ryan R. Campbell

Ryan R. Campbell is an International Book Awards finalist, the founder of the Writescast Network, and the co-founder of Kill Your Darlings Candle Company.

Posted on May 28, 2019

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I had a wonderful time at this last weekend’s WisCon 43, which was held in Madison, Wisconsin at the Concourse Hotel. Not only did I attend as a vendor peddling my EMPATHY-verse wares, but I was also included on a panel about writing a series and had the chance to lead a couple of workshops on the craft of writing.

There were dozens of engaging sessions throughout the weekend that covered everything from capitalist anxiety, labor exploitation in space, queer storytelling versus stories that feature queer characters—you name it, there was a panel or discussion about it.

Here are some photos from the weekend!

SFF Series Panel

From the “Plotting Past Book One: Writing a Series” Panel with Laurie J. Marks, Sarah Kozloff, David D. Levine, and your truly.

Lacey at Booth

Lacey held down the fort when I was in sessions or had to step away.

Out in Hall

The setup on day one, when we were just outside the dealers’ room.

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And here’s day two when we were moved into the dealers’ room!

Resolution Gesture

Taken during Saturday evening’s session on scene structure. We had a great turnout!

And there you have it–another event on the EMPATHY spring and summer tour has come and gone. There are still a number of chances to meet up in the coming months, so be sure to check those out.

If you’re unable to attend any event—or simply can’t wait for them to arrive to get your hands on a copy of a book in the EMPATHY series—you can find books one and two below!

Imminent Dawn

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | NineStar Press | Kobo | SmashwordsGoodreads | Author Website

Mourning Dove

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | NineStar Press | Kobo | Smashwords | GoodreadsAuthor Website

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