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robling_t
robling_t
{insert witty remarks about travel here}
Safely if temporarily lodged with agentxpndble for Day 0 of the WisCon Experience. "Won" the writer's workshop, or at any rate had the best positive-to-negative remarks ratio; basically mostly need to flea-dip for semicolons again and consider swapping parts of the info of page 3 with page 1, and I should be within striking distance...

Also, must address fact that 2 of 4 readers somehow began w/ impression that my narrator was a woman. This is kind of important, I think. :) But as this falls under "flea-dip for semicolons", above (I admit he does get verbose), it's readily fixable.



Bus trip was reasonable enough, as bus trips go, although we did have to switch buses (in the middle of a downpour, no less) when someone got the bright idea to consolidate two half-loaded Madison-bound buses that happened to be arriving in Janesville at roughly the same time. Still glad of having a ride-home lined up, though. ;)

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sleepykins From: sleepykins Date: May 26th, 2006 02:34 am (UTC) (permalink this entry)
hey Sam - please report if you go to any of John Scalzi's sessions. I'd be interested to hear your impressions (just read 3 of his books and have been a faithful reader of his blog for years). Thanks!
robling_t From: robling_t Date: May 31st, 2006 06:27 pm (UTC) (permalink this entry)
Alas, I didn't end up on Scalzi's general programming-track this year -- there's simply too much to see and do at the average WisCon even to feel that you've gotten a taste of each and every track on offer, and I know I missed stuff due to programming conflicts. Next year, maybe, when there aren't so many GoH-emeritii running about to distract me... ;)
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