Events Calendar

Updated 6/1/2018

2018 Events I’ll be Attending:

  • Denver Comic Con 2018 — June 15-17, 2018 :  Come see me at the RMFW IPAL/PAL Tables in Author Alley!  A16, A18, A20. We have three tables, 11 fantastic authors!  The following are the panels I’ll be moderating or sitting on!  You may need to come back to see if I’ve added panels. There’s been a lot of scheduling snafu’s at DCC this year (I feel for the programming staff), so I’ve agreed to jump on a few panels last minute to help out some friends who had other folks drop their panels due to overscheduling!
  • Stranger Things – The Horror of Alternate Realities — Friday, June 15 at 12:30pm – 1:20 pm in Room 605
  • Scared Silly – Friday, June 15 at 1:30- 2:20pm  Room 402-403 [ADDED]
  • Self-Pub Ain’t Just Writing – Saturday, June 16 at 10:30 – 11:20 am Room 405   [ADDED]
  • Wynonna Earp, Lady & Legend   Saturday, June 16 at 11:30 – 12:20 pm Room 405 [ADDED]
  • From Guardians of the Galaxy to The Orville — Saturday, June 16, at 3:30pm in Room 405
  • Witches and Ghosts – Pop Culture Staples — Sunday, June 17 at 1:30pm in Room 402/403

  • Colorado Gold Conference – September 6-9, 2018  (Not a public event, except for the Friday Night Book Signing)  Confirmed Workshops: Writing Without Fear and Cultivating the Online Persona (time and days forthcoming) I will also be moderating the IPAL First Sale Panel and heading the annual IPAL Meeting. If you are an author with a question about this event – contact me and I can hook you up with details.


  • MileHiCon 2018 – October 26-28. 2018 (might be sharing a table with a friend. As it draws nearer, panel info and hours will be posted)


Please note this schedule is subject to change. If you are running a large readers conference and are interested in having me attend your event as a speaker or teacher, please Contact Me. For smaller events with under 100 attendees, including anything esoteric related, please note that I may charge for these events if they are outside Colorado (Denver metro area) or if I hadn’t planned to attend on my own. Only because traveling to conferences that don’t offer a lot of exposure, on my own dime, is generally not worth the money I spend on flight, hotel, etc and it uses up all my vacation time.  However, if your conference is in a great location that I actually WANT to visit –  I might consider packing up the family and making a vacation of it. I will decide this on a case-by-case basis.