Summer Reading from Phoenix Comicon Authors, Part 4 Beth Cato

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In my final of four author interviews, I spoke on Sunday with Beth Cato who’s just released the next in her Clockwork Dagger series. Continue reading “Summer Reading from Phoenix Comicon Authors, Part 4 Beth Cato” »

Summer Reading from Phoenix Comicon Authors, Part 3 Viola Carr

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In my third of four interviews with Phoenix Comicon Authors I had the chance to break with some supernatural literature and move into steampunk, while talking with Viola Carr about her new book The Diabolical Miss Hyde. Continue reading “Summer Reading from Phoenix Comicon Authors, Part 3 Viola Carr” »

Summer Reading from Phoenix Comicon Authors, Part 1 Alex Gordon

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If you’re like me, Summer, being a time of cons, is a season for enjoying new things. And by things I mean authors. At Phoenix Comicon I had the opportunity to sit down with some of Harper Fantasy’s authors of the convention to talk to them about they’re latest work, and it’s all material I can’t wait to get into. Continue reading “Summer Reading from Phoenix Comicon Authors, Part 1 Alex Gordon” »

Love SuperWhoLocK? Behold!

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While a slew of Phoenix Comicon posts are still due, I thought I’d take a moment and share what was one of the most entertaining moments of the con! When a geekily gifted writer cobbled together a script of the awesomeness that would occur if Supernatural, Doctor Who and Sherlock all shared a screen, several equally geeky SuperWhoLock enthusiasts read it in character, with the epic results below. Continue reading “Love SuperWhoLocK? Behold!” »

Phoenix Comicon Knows One Size Does Not Fit All

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While the statement that Phoenix Comicon knows that one size does not fit all could apply to the programming, including any and all pop culture genres and fandom, I literally mean that because fifty percent of their attendees and volunteers are female, they provide shirts in all sizes, including LADIES, something most cons don’t do. To get some details on how appreciated this is I spent time talking with the con’s Marketing director Jillian Squires before the convention last week. Continue reading “Phoenix Comicon Knows One Size Does Not Fit All” »

Growing Concerns About Phoenix Comicon, Fear NOT!

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Phoenix Comicon is less than a week away, with huge actors like Ron Perlman and Katee Sackhoff, and outstanding authors like Diana Gabaldon and Max Brooks it’s clear that the convention is growing, both in size and clout.

And looking at the numbers they’ve gone from around 30,000 attendees to 77,818 attendees in just three years, with attendance expected to rise again. So, what are they doing to make sure that all those attendees aren’t feeling lost in the shuffle? LOTS! Continue reading “Growing Concerns About Phoenix Comicon, Fear NOT!” »