First up, I’ll be at Nanocon at Dakota State University from November 8–10, along with luminaries like Richard Dansky, Geoffrey Long, and Ken Rolston. In particular, I have a keynote speech at 10 AM on November 9 about how intriguing choices are the common glue that makes both great games and stories stick together.
The following Tuesday, November 12, at 6:30 PM, I’m speaking at Mount Mary University with Patrick Tomlinson about world and language building. This is free and open to the public, so join us if you can.
The Thursday after that, November 14, I’ve been asked to join a local author fair at the Beloit Public Library, the place that taught me more about the love of reading than anywhere outside my home. That runs from 4–6 PM and, again, it’s free and open to the public.
Hope to see you out there!