San Diego Comic-Con SFX Signing Schedule
[UPDATED] Come and meet top writers on our stand at Comic-Con, and see SFX writers and editors discuss sci-fi journalism on stage
It’s the highlight of the sci-fi calendar and it’s almost upon us! San Diego Comic-Con International kicks off next week, and SFX is pleased to announce our schedule including some brilliant signings on our booth. Please note an alteration on the Sunday.
Look out for the SFX panel! Yep, editor-in-chief Dave Bradley will be hosting a panel in room 4 at 6:30pm on Thursday 21 July entitled “So, you want to be a sci-fi journalist?” More on that in an upcoming post, but be assured it features insight from Richard Edwards (SFX deputy editor), Tara Bennett (author and SFX‘s east coast US editor), Joseph McCabe (associate editor of FEARnet.com and SFX‘s west coast US editor) and Bonnie Burton (author, SFX columnist and senior editor for Starwars.com).
Moreover, we are extremely pleased to announce that you’ll be able to meet the following fantastic writers and comic creators on our SFX stand (#1502) – click the picture for more details about them…
12pm-1pm – author and blogger Bonnie Burton signing
5pm-6pm – journalists and authors Joseph McCabe and Tara Bennett signing
6.30pm-7.30pm - the SFX panel, “So, you want to be a sci-fi journalist?” in room 4
11am-12pm – comics writer Tony Lee signing
11am-12pm - comics writer, screenwriter and novelist Paul Cornell signing
2-3pm – comics artist Mark Buckingham signing
4.30pm-5.30pm – screenwriter Toby Whithouse signing
2pm-3pm – horror novelist Mira Grant signing [NB this is a change in the schedule]
There’s more information about them all here. That’s a brilliant line-up of SFXy stuff at Comic-Con in San Diego this year so if you’re about, don’t forget to drop by stand 1502 – there’s free stuff. And our Dave, Rich, Ade, Hannah and Senel will also be around the stand for most of the week, not to mention a few other of our writers, so look out for us. See you out there!
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