Re: Mythcon 38 reports?
- I'm sure there will be more later - it was great fun indeed and Ellen
& Delia were delightful guests. You would have howled at Foster and
*moi*, joined by the lovely and talented Anne (Osborn) Coopersmith and
Ellen Denham, as we presented the U.S. premiere of "Lord of the
Ringos, Part Deux" - some of the same songs Mike & Ted & bro did in
Toronto last year, plus some new ones.
And the Not Ready For Mythcon Players were *spectacularly* Not Ready.
And, due to Ellen Kushner's strong love of music and wonderful skills
as a performer, there was a lot of music incorporated in the
programming, and I know how you would have enjoyed that--
You must come to Connecticut next year, okay?!
-- Lynn --
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, David Bratman <dbratman@...> wrote:
> There's links to some published Mythcon reports at
> Maybe we'll regroup and have more later. Right now I think everyone's a
> little stunned. I had a glorious time, and that was with having to miss
> most of the actual con! (I think I got to about 1.5 papers and 2.1
> and that includes the panel I was on.)
> At 05:04 PM 8/9/2007 -0500, David Emerson wrote:
> >OK, those of you who attended Mythcon 38, how about some con
> >those of us who missed it? Don't be shy -- go into detail.
- Sorry folks; that should have gone to Ellie, not the list. Apologies
On Aug 24, 2007, at 11:06 AM, John D Rateliff wrote:
> Hi Ellie
> Just a quick note to ask if you got the book back safely.