This weekend, I’m attending Flycon 2009, which is an international, round-the-clock sf/f convention, complete with panels, a dealers’ room, and all that good stuff that happens at cons.
Friday at noon, which is Eastern time, I will serve on the panel, "When is Young Adult not really for Young Adults? Panel: sex and violence are standards now, what makes a young adult novel for kids? And what makes one really for adults?" with Jana Oliver, Tessa Gratton, and Jeri Smith-Reidy.
Tomorrow, you can drop in on our panel discussion by visiting Flycon’s LiveJournal. They will have links to our panel, as well as links to all of the other festivities. For a complete Flycon schedule, go here.