My Gen Con 2013 Schedule
This will be one of the busiest years I’ve had at Gen Con; but unlike other years, it’ll be easy to pin me down! Here’s my schedule:
Panel: Ask the Paizo GMs
Thursday, Aug 15th, 2pm-3pm — ICC 231
James Jacobs, Erik Mona, F. Wesley Schneider, Ryan Macklin
Some of Paizo’s most experienced in-house GMs reveal their best GM secrets & help you troubleshoot your Pathfinder campaign.
Thursday, Aug 15th, 3pm-4pm — Booth #101
Note that I’ll be working across the way at Paizo during the other signing on Sunday.
Panel: Behind the Scenes at Paizo Publishing
Thursday, Aug 15th, 4pm-5pm — ICC 231
Chris Carey, Adam Daigle, Ryan Macklin, Andrew Vallas
How does a Pathfinder product go from a designer’s head to your gaming table? Join Paizo staff for an insider look behind the curtain at Paizo Publishing. How does a Pathfinder RPG product go from a designer’s head to your gaming table? Join Paizo editors, developers, and graphic designers for an insider look behind the curtain at Paizo Publishing.
Panel: Writing & Editing Workshop
Sunday, August 18th, Noon-1pm — ICC 231
Judy Bauer, Logan Bonner, Chris Carey, Ryan Macklin
Join Paizo editors for a workshop aimed at improving writing skills. From using the right words to properly integrating rules content, this seminar will help to take your writing to the next level. Join Paizo editors for a hands-on workshop aimed at improving your writing skills. From using the right words to properly integrating rules content to editing your own work, this informative seminar will help to take your writing to the next level.
The Rest of the Time
If the exhibitors’ hall is open and I’m not at one of the aforementioned events, there’s a good chance that I’ll be at the Paizo Publishing booth (#203, in front of the left-most door to the hall, and prominently displayed on the map.) [Edit: graphical representation of my day hours are on G+.]
I’ll sign whatever. It’s been a running joke in the past few years that I’ll sign any book, but seriously, if you have something you want me to sign, I’m game.
Also, and this is key: this year, I will not be bringing my army of flasks. I might have a couple, but overall, since I won’t be able to go around the hall to give bourbon to my friends. In a sense, I’m calling in a marker: if you’ve appreciated me plying you with fine alcohol over the years, and you happen to have some on you and want to share in the bounty, please swing by and see me. My liver will curse your name, but the rest of me will thank you.
Hope to see you guys at the show!
 Okay, there are limits. I won’t sign your dead dog. Ewww.
 Day Macklin reserves the right to refuse, if accepting in that moment would get him in trouble. Night Macklin, though…