Hokey smokes, it cannot be Thursday already! A week since SDCC began! I have got to wrap up this wrap-up!
Well, first things first. The Comics for Teens panel recap I promised is up at GeekMom today. Excellent lineup of writers—Cecil Castellucci, Hope Larson, Gene Yang, and Nate Powell, with moderator Scott Westerfeld—talking about their work. This kind of discussion is exactly why I brave the crowds each year.
Next: some important shoe business. I had a few inquiries about those zombie ballerina flats I posted the other day. Here’s a link to the Iron Fist website, but be warned: not safe for kids. Because I mean come on, how can you model shoes without an unlaced black leather bustier? Ahem.
My SDCC roundup so far:
My favorite costume: Neo-Victorian biologist (at GeekMom)
Things My Kids Can’t Wait to See at SDCC (at GeekMom)
The Streets of San Diego (at GeekMom)
SDCC Teen Comics Workshop (at GeekMom)—emphasis on art
SDCC Comics for Teens Recap (at GeekMom)—emphasis on writing
I’m in the middle of my Comics in the Library recap now. And I should do a Sunday diary post before a whole new Sunday rolls around…
But I get kinda busy with other stuff, you know? Like watching someone read herself to sleep…again.
*ETA last links:
Greater San Diego Reading Association Authors Fair, part 2
And suddenly it was June.
This First Day
In Which I Use a Lot of Capital Letters