My FanX Schedule

I actually put this on my blog for me, not for you, so I can just glance at my phone instead of trying to use their app. When I’m not on these panels I’ll probably be in the Bard’s Tower booth signing books. (and I just noticed they spelled my name wrong) 😀


Strange Collaborations: Tales of Co-Authoring :: 255 C

Michael Anderson, Jay Boyce, Shelly Brown, Larry Corriea, Paul Genesse, Aaron Michael Ritchey
Thursday September 22, 2022 :: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Building A World Your Reader Cares About :: 250 A

Todd McCaffrey, James A. Owen, Brandon Sanderson, Michael A. Stackpole, Larry Corriea, Kaylynn Flanders, J.R. Johansson
Thursday September 22, 2022 :: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm


Funny Writing with Funny Writers :: 255 C

Richard Pini, Wendy Pini, Larry Corriea, James Dobbs
Friday September 23, 2022 :: 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm


Storytelling For Younger Audiences :: 255 B

Larry Corriea, James Dobbs, Marion G. Harmon, Rick Heinz, Gama Martinez
Saturday September 24, 2022 :: 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Building Perfect Flawed Characters in Writing, Gaming, Worldbuilding and Beyond! :: 355 C

Jay Boyce, D.J. Butler, Larry Corriea, Mark Hansen, Nathan Shumate, Daniel Swenson
Saturday September 24, 2022 :: 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Creating An Apocalypse and Then Moving On :: 150 G

D.J. Butler, Larry Corriea, James Dobbs, Brian Lee Durfee, Marion G. Harmon
Saturday September 24, 2022 :: 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

WriterDojo S3 Ep12: Interview With a (Completely Different) Vampire
Armstrong and the Mexican Mystery

10 thoughts on “My FanX Schedule”

  1. Don’t feel too bad, they screwed up some other names as well. For instance, who is that Michael Stockpole guy? Sounds familiar, 🙂

  2. Man, I’d attend some of those panels just for who’s on them, forget the content.

    Wait, are we allowed to comment on this since it’s not for us?

  3. “Storytelling For Younger Audiences” isn’t a panel I’d expect to see “Larry Corriea” on in the slightest. Nearest I can recall him ever getting to explicitly for younger audiences is mentioning having gotten mail thanking him for making a book a “non-reader” adolescent actually reads (because it wasn’t deliberately made to be boring like the stuff they are legally required by truant officer to read) . Wonder what that’s about.

    1. Maybe expertise in curbing a potty mouth via use of world specific cussing?

      Love your work Larry, but I have to admit I agree that is a surprising panel to see you’re on. I tend to think of all your works as R rated action adventures/Epics.

      1. Having read what is now acceptable by school librarians for grade school children, I think the worst that Larry can be accused of is a very mild pg rating!

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