The legendary Robert Sheckley (1928-2005) is recognized as science fiction's seminal humorist. This panel will examine his massive career and the future life of his work.
How effective are book trailers and what makes a good one? A publisher and two authors discuss the ups and downs of book trailers and more.
Graphic novels are now prevalent in almost every genre. Our panelists will discuss why they used this medium to document a variety of genres.
Two authors discuss the role of food in their writing, and how it helps tell the story of place, passions and people.
What does it mean to be Latino living in the US? Members of Los Porteños will read from their own bilingual work and the works of other Latino writers who inspire their dreams.
Reportedly far more women read fiction than men. Can an author deliberately court the male market?
How does language redraw the line between dream and reality? Members of Los Porteños will read from their own bilingual work and the works of Latin American writers who have dared to reimagine the world.
Teens may love books about the paranormal or dystopian worlds, but one trend that will never go away in YA lit is the contemporary novel.
A cartoonist, a humorist and a filmmaker sit down to discuss collaboration between writers and artists in visual mediums.