I have applied for a vendor table at Farpoint 29.

Farpoint is an experiment: I’ve seen what kind of business I can do at the smaller venues, so now I’m ready to try a larger one. It is also an opportunity for me to get out of the house for a few days, which is something I should probably be doing more of. And selling at conventions was always part of the plan.

So, we’ll see!

Moe Lane

PS: If you can’t wait… buy my books!

Debating whether to do Farpoint 29 in February.

Farpoint 29 is a SF/comic convention, February 25-27, in Hunt Valley. The table costs two hundred bucks, but it comes with two three-day con passes, each of which would cost ninety bucks. If I was going to go to it anyway this would be kind of a no-brainer (I’m going to see about vending at WashingCon, for example); but I wasn’t.

So I dunno. You work where you can work, but I don’t know what the atmosphere is like at this con. Some of them are fun; some are… not.