This is the second of two panels I participated in at LOSCON this year. The first was a panel I moderated about editing manuscripts and how to find a good editor, which I posted last week. I didn’t moderate this panel, but it gives such excellent information that I thought it would be good to add it to the show anyway.
This panel is all about how to take your idea and put it into action. The panel is moderated by Tony Todaro, founder of the Greater Los Angeles Writer’s Society (www.glaws.org). Also on the panel were writers Leslie Ann Moore (leslieannmoore.com; @leslie_annmoore on twitter), Justin Robinson (www.captainsupermarket.com; @justinsrobinson twitter) and S. P. Hendrick (http://sphendrick.blogspot.com/).
Even though I moderate a lot of panels, I don’t spend a lot of time as a panelist, so it was very nice to see somebody else moderate, and Tony did a great job keeping the conversation flowing. He’s been moderating for years now, and I’ve watched him lead all sorts of discussions. He kept the conversation on point and on pace.
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