Saturday's Werewolf (mark your calendars now)


I will be reading my paper "Saturday's Werewolf: Vestiges of Premortal Romance in Stephanie Meyer's Twilight Novels" in Cupertino at the 2009 Sunstone West symposium on either the 27 or 28 of March --- although almost certainly the 28.

Everything 28 will be at the Hilton Garden Inn:

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You are all, of course, welcomed to come and listen to me read. I will strive to be less than deadly boring.

Important notice: I have three big thankyous here. 1) To Tyler for getting me on this project, to Ben for coining the phrase "Saturday's Werewolf" and to Lady Steed for letting me have the hours and hours and hours it took last week to write this thing. Slightly smaller thankyous to all those of you who have read it for me, viz. Mel, eg, TB, Schmett, RC, Laura.

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  1. berzerkcarrottop2/24/2009 8:53 PM

    I've registered. Looking forward to it.

  2. berzerkcarrottop2/24/2009 8:54 PM

    PS - Don't know if you care, but her name is spelled Stephenie.

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    Yeah, I better register too, huh?

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    Crap. I thought I had it down now too!

    By the way, I'm definitely Saturday.

  5. If my situation were different, I'd make the trip to Cupertino! It sounds wonderful.

  6. I wish I could be there. Break a leg! :)

  7. It's a good paper. Wish I could be there to hear you read it. Alas, I'll just have to live with reading it myself.

  8. I'd love to hear you read it. Alas--no trip to sunny California is planned during that week.

  9. That sounds like an interesting topic.

  10. Ah, boo, now I want to go to Sunstone West even more, but I'll be out of town that weekend. Boo! Hiss! Best of luck!

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    Thanks, everybody. I'll be asking from some advice from those of you with symposium experience, so I'm sure I'll have reason to thank you again soon.

  12. I think you owe a thank you to berzerkcarrottop for allowing you to borrow her books for so very very long.

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    This is a very good point. I've had them for months.

  14. Can people roughly 8000 miles away get an email copy?

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    You bet, Chosha. All you need to do is ask.

    Although a polished copy will appear online here shortly afterwards.

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    That was me.

  17. berzerkcarrottop2/25/2009 9:31 PM

    You're welcome.

    And if I had wanted/needed them back, I knew where you lived.

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    Knew, past tense. I thought you might want them back sometime, so we moved.