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Here is the Sunday Panel Schedule. This schedule is subject to change based on any number of factors, you should always check in to the PUB location for updates and changes.

On Sunday, Panels operate from 10pm-2pm.

10:00a-10:50a

SESSION 10 4/28 Sun STRONG CHARACTERS CAN BE WIMPS Colette Black    
One Oh One Gallery 10:00a - 10:50a Though we often think of strong characters as the kick-butt, beat-everybody-up, body-builder types, there are various ways to be strong. A character can be resilient, determined, smart, wily, etc...
SESSION 33 4/28 Sunday IT'S A CONVENTIONEER'S WORLD, WHERE DO I START? Hal Astell    
The Nile Coffee Shop 10:00a - 10:50a AZFandom.org documents the event scene in Arizona, but where do I start?
SESSION 49 4/28 Sunday SUNDAY FLASH FICTION CONTEST TBD    
Gotham City Comics 10:00a - 10:50a 15 Minutes to write the flash fiction, then the attendees pick a winner, for a $10 Starbucks Gift card
SESSION 17 4/28 Sunday I DRIVE, FLY AND RUN TO SELL BOOKS Bruce Davis    
Jarrod's Coffee, Tea and Gallery 10:00a - 10:50a Why "Hustle" is critical to building audiences, and book sales.
SESSION 07 4/28 Sunday WRITING FROM BOTH A FEMININE AND MALE PERSPECTIVE Nancy Martineau Tony Martineau  
My Darling Dragon 10:00a - 10:50a Is it possible for a female to write both male and female characters? There are many differences in the way a male and female see and interact with the world. Explore those differences and expand your writing horizons.

11:00a-11:50a

SESSION 38 4/28 Sunday POETRY HAS BECOME A 'THING' AGAIN Mark Young    
One Oh One Gallery 11:00a - 11:50a According to new NEA findings, in the past five years, the number of poetry readers in the United States has almost doubled to a total of 28 million adults. This is the highest number the NEA has seen since 2002.
SESSION 14 4/28 Sunday WAYS TO LEARN THE CRAFT Suzanne Flaig    
The Nile Coffee Shop 11:00a - 11:50a There are many ways to learn the craft the writing. Workshops at conferences, college classes, online classes, seminars, books on many facets of writing, and by joining writer's support groups and critique groups. Discussion with local resource list.
SESSION 28 4/28 Sunday DESCRIPTION DECIDES THE MOOD Sherry E Engler    
Gotham City Comics 11:00a - 11:50a Using adjectives and descriptions impact the reader's mood. If you take a simple sentence: "The house is _________." and add adjectives and descriptions, you can carry your reader's mood from happy, to scary, etc.
SESSION 20 4/28 Sunday LOVE THAT WITCH!
Margaret C. Morse
   
Jarrod's Coffee, Tea and Gallery 11:00a - 11:50a The presenter(s) lists the reasons why paranormal fiction is a great field.
SESSION 46 4/28 Sunday SUNDAY ONE HOUR POETRY SESSION TBD    
My Darling Dragon 11:00a - 11:50a 15 Minutes to write the poem- them the attendees pick a winner, for a $10 Starbucks Gift card

 

12:00p-12:50p

SESSION 23 4/28 Sunday HYBRID: COMBINING THE BEST OF TRADITIONAL AND INDIE Dharma Kelleher    
One Oh One Gallery 12:00p - 12:50p The battle lines between traditional published authors and indie authors is blurring. Writers are discovering that they can play in both sandboxes, giving themselves both validation and control over their work.
SESSION 25 4/28 Sunday REFINING YOUR GOLDEN NUGGET Jon Bonnell    
The Nile Coffee Shop 12:00p - 12:50p Boiling down what excited you about your idea to its unique center
SESSION 35 4/28 Sunday FICTION: HOW MUCH OF YOUR LIFE DO YOU REVEAL? Brad Graber    
My Darling Dragon 12:00p - 12:50p They say write what you know. And so in the case of fiction, there are surely elements of the author's life. But how much does a great novel borrow from the life of an author? Where are the boundaries? How do you strike the right chord?

1:00p-1:50p

SESSION 50 4/28 Sunday CIRQUE 2019 CLOSEOUT- 2020 ORG COMMITTEE SOLICITATION STAFF    
The Nile Coffee Shop 1:00p-1:50p Cirque 2020 cannot happen without you. Help us plan for next year by lending your time to the Organizing committee.