[LMB] Panel discussion on heroism on Chalion
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Fri Jun 25 08:37:00 BST 2021
Lois posted the following on Baen's Bar:
> The 4th Street Fantasy Convention, a long-running literary spec fic convention here in Minneapolis, took place this past weekend.
>Being virtual this year, panel discussions were via internet, and thus recorded and more widely sharable than the rather more
>intimate/ephemeral conversations of the before times.
> Anyway, they took on Chalion in honor of its 20th anniversary since publication, here:
> Pat and I figured out, in discussing it later, that the sequence of events was that I took the Spanish history course in the summer
>or fall of '97, the abortive letter game was in the summer of '98, and the novel got its start (in the shower, one of the few inceptions
>I remember clearly) in February of 1999, two months after I'd turned in the manuscript of A Civil Campaign and was scratching
>around for something different to write.
> If you have never attended an SF con, this is a fair sample of what the panel discussions are like.
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