Brad’s schedule for LTUE 2014

It’s that time again! Utah’s premier science fiction and fantasy conference for writers and artists. Life, The Universe, and Everything will be held February 13, 14, and 15 in Provo, Utah. Click the LTUE link to go directly to the site. This year’s guest of honor is none other than Orson Scott Card, of Ender’s Game fame. Card will be joined by a bevy of talented authors and artists (including me) for three days of panels and discussions regarding both craft and business. Last year’s LTUE was the most successful yet. Come on down (or up, if you’re coming from the south) and attend.

My schedule (current as of February 12):

Thursday, February 13, 2014
12:00 PM: Slower Than Light Travel
● J. David Baxter
● Ami Chopine
Brad R. Torgersen
● Emily Martha Sorensen
4:00 PM: How to Submit Your Writing
● Anne Sowards
Brad R. Torgersen
● Christopher Loke
● Michael Young
● Shallee McArthur
● Mark Forman

Friday, February 14, 2014
9:00 AM: The Rules of the Genre
Brad R. Torgersen
● Eric Swedin
● Michaelbrent Collings
● Stephen Miller
● Anne Sowards
● Elana Johnson
1:00 PM: Selling Your Short Story
Brad R. Torgersen
● Emily Martha Sorensen
● Eric James Stone
● Jaclyn M. Hawkes
● Megan Hutchins
● Suzanne Vincent
7:00 PM: Learning from Failure
Brad R. Torgersen
● Daniel Coleman
● Jenniffer Wardell
● Charlene C. Harmon

Saturday, February 15, 2014
9:00 AM: Character Development
Brad R. Torgersen
● Candace J Thomas
● Jaclyn M. Hawkes
● Jenniffer Wardell
● Julie Wright
● Peter Orullian
4:00 PM PRESENTATION: Why you should write short fiction and how it can help launch you as a novelist
Brad R. Torgersen

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Science Fiction & Fantasy Author - Hugo, Nebula, and Campbell award nominee
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4 Responses to Brad’s schedule for LTUE 2014

  1. sfmurphy1971 says:

    Have you read any of Alastair Reynolds’ work? Worth the time given his preference for slower than light travel.

    Respects,
    Murph
    On the Outer Marches

  2. I have a couple of his novels in my “to read” drawer. I look forward to them, as he has quite a Hard SF rep.

  3. sfmurphy1971 says:

    He is worth the time. I definitely recommend Chasm City and The Prefect.

    Respects,
    Murph
    On the Outer Marches

  4. Scott W. Baker says:

    I thought you should know, I just nominated you for (okay, more bestowed upon you) a Liebster Award. Here’s what it is: http://scottwbaker.net/2014/01/31/and-i-thought-i-won-a-lobster/

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