Saturday, November 13, 2004

At Fiddler's Green

Fiddler's Green is happening, thanks to the hard work of a bunch of dangerously crazed people. There are lots of people here. It appears to be running more or less like clockwork, it's a real convention, and it's enormously fun.

So far I've done a signing for the DreamHaven "Shoggoth's Old Peculiar" book with Jouni, the dinner for CBLDF-winners, a reading of "Sunbird" and a bit of Anansi Boys, and a Mirrormask Presentation, and then worked with the auction crew going over all the swag and booty I brought in from home, figuring out what it all was and setting reserve prices and such.

The convention book is a gorgeous thing.

Tonight's big cool news is that Mirrormask will definitely be going to the Sundance Film Festival in January, which means that Dave McKean and I will be going there too.

And it's time to sleep now.