It’s Archon time again.

I look forward to the Archon convention in St. Louis every year, and this year is especially exciting: they have a new location. I checked it out a couple of weeks ago, and it looks fabulous. They are still spread out a bit with activities in two separate hotels and the attached convention center, but it’s very walkable (even for a gimp like me). There are also a number of restaurants on site and plenty of parking.

I’ll have art in the show, both on display and in the print shop. Remember: bid high, bid often!

The pocket program is online, and a big thank you to my book club buddy Barry for pointing out that I will be doing four sessions, not just the three I knew about.


  • 5:00 PM – Thumbprint Drawings (Children’s Programming) "Well Picasso, What do you see?" /Zermatt


  • 2:40 PM – Small Wonders – Making and collecting tiny works of art in the ACEO format. /Lugano
  • 5:00 PM – One If By Land, Three If By Space: British versus American Science Fiction. Adrian Matthews, Marella Sands, Linda Wyatt, Allison Stein /Basel
  • 7:20 PM – The Rise & Expansion Of The Independent Press: How the small press is challenging the New York publishing model. SELINA ROSEN, Allison Stein, Barbara M. Hodges /St Moritz


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One thought on “It’s Archon time again.

  1. skyflame

    September 28, 2010 at 5:00am

    This would be a really good weekend to get out of town.

    Unfortunately, I always forget about Archon and by the time I remember, the place is sold out.

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      September 28, 2010 at 5:43am

      They still had rooms available at the Sheraton Plaza Westport last week. There are a couple of other hotels nearby, but you’d have to drive over and back from them.

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  2. sf_reader

    September 28, 2010 at 1:43pm

    I would love to get back there sometime, but the first weekend of October has so many things happening year after year.

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