I had missed the kaffeeklatsch with John Scalzi by arriving at the Con at 12:15pm on Day One (registration opened at 12). I was not going to miss China Miéville. I strode confidently into the convention centre at 8 a.m. It was very empty – I was well and truly first in line (the next person showed up around 9). A solid line was forming by 9:30.
At 9:55 we were informed that the kaffeeklatsch had been rescheduled for the following day. Frustrating, but I was happy to do it all again the next morning. After all, Worldcon comes to
once in a decade. Still, not the best start to Day Two. Australia
|Scalzi, moments before learning|
something my mum has
claimed for years...
|Yep... I say nice things.|
|Best. Panel. Ever.|
|Teaching is the most|
|The peerless George R. R. Martin.|
|Sorry guys, best I could find.|