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8 February, 2011

Conferences and Speaking
Filed under: — Psychochild @ 2:35 AM

Check here for where I’ll be during conferences.

August 30- September 2, 2013
Dragon*Con in Atlanta, GA
Dragon*Con is a great fan conference that I love attending. If there’s a geek culture for it, it’ll be represented there. I particularly love the writing track and highly recommend it if you’re an aspiring writer looking to get published. Also a great chance to meet up with TV and movie stars if you’re into that.

I’ll be speaking on the fun MMORPG track as well as others. I’ve spoken about game development, writing, legal issues in games. Come join the fun!



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