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Old 02-02-2010, 09:54 AM   #5
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It seems to me you could meet the same people at a SF convention, have a lot more fun for a lot less money.

I've always found the writers at cons to very approachable - you could get a one-on-one discussion about writing with pretty much anyone of them if you wanted. Invite 'em to lunch - that almost always works!

Lots of good cons on the East Coast- Boskone is less than two weeks away, for example.

http://www.nesfa.org/boskone/

Wow! I just looked up the writing conference you're attending - you could go to 10 cons for that price and have money left over for a really cool costume!

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