So. It should be the biggest and best day of the convention, and there's a few last-minute things to mention. (Did I mention that I rhyme some of the time?) First, there's another scheduled guest appearance at the Bull Spec dealer table. local author Mark Van Name will be on hand to sign his just-out book Children No More from 4-5p, and, if I can track down a typewriter, he'll be writing flash fiction for charity on demand for Falling Whistles, the charity he's supporting with Children No More. If we can't track down a typewriter, we'll be taking ideas and e-mails down. This should be completely awesome. Did I mention that this should be completely awesome?
Put that together with: Clay Griffith coming by to talk about the forthcoming from Pyr The Greyfriar from 1-3, David Halperin on hand to talk the forthcoming from Viking Journal of a UFO Investigator from 2-4, and the afternoon should be a very fun time to stop by.
Also late to appear on the NASFIC schedule is: John Kessel and James Patrick Kelly are doing a Kaffe Klatch session which, having just been scheduled a handful of hours ago, is not in the printed schedule. Check the daily schedule and talk to them about editing anthologies like The Secret History of Science Fiction, about Fractal, about IAFA, ... and if you'd like to have a copy of The Secret History of SF on hand for them to sign, well, I can think of at least one place to get it...
But one thing you won't find? Mur Lafferty's books. We sold out! Now that's a good day.