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16673Re: [mythsoc] Wanted: Panel ideas for Mythcon

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  • Ellen
    Jun 1, 2006

      I noticed in the progress report there is a video room. If you think
      there might be some interest, Stephan and I can bring the videotape of
      The Willow Maiden, the ballet that I showed excerpts from at Mythcon two
      years ago.

      I also recall someone on the mythsoc list expressing interest in reading
      her work. If there are enough other writers, I would be glad to
      coordinate a reading. Perhaps we could get 4 or 5 people to read 10
      minute excerpts and have questions and answers afterwards. I know there
      are lots of writers in the group but am not sure how many are coming to
      Mythcon. I would be glad to participate in the reading, as I do have a
      second draft of my novel complete (an excerpt was just published in the
      last Mythic Circle). Though if we have enough higher profile, i.e.,
      professionally published authors, I would be glad to moderate instead.

      I will be attending the Odyssey writing workshop in New Hampshire for
      six weeks so I'm afraid to commit to too much, but am certainly open to
      working on a reading or participating in a panel. If anyone else is
      interested in writing related things, perhaps we could have a panel on
      writing workshops and I could share some of my experiences at Odyssey.

      Just let me know if any of this may fit in with the interests of other


      Ellen Denham

      Croft, Janet B. wrote:

      >We have a wonderful group of papers lined up (see them at
      >http://www.mythsoc.org/mythcon37.html), and now we need some ideas for
      >panel discussions. What would YOU like to see discussed? Do we need a
      >panel on the Narnia movie? On other recent movies? On Pullman? On comics
      >or manga? Do any of the paper topics suggest ideas to you? And we will
      >need volunteers to moderate and sit on the panels!
      >Thanks for putting on your thinking caps!
      >(Again, sorry if you get this message several times; I am trying to
      >distribute it fairly widely!)
      >Janet Brennan Croft
      >Head of Access Services
      >University of Oklahoma Libraries
      >Bizzell 104NW
      >Norman OK 73019
      >Fax 405-325-7618
      >Editor of Mythlore http://www.mythsoc.org/mythlore.html
      >Committee Chair, Mythcon37, http://www.mythsoc.org/mythcon37.html and
      >The Mythopoeic Society website http://www.mythsoc.org
      >Yahoo! Groups Links

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