ArmadilloCon 2007: The Story Unwritten, Mythology / Schmytology, etc.
A few quotes from ArmadilloCon 2007
From the panel “The story unwritten”
“The Story Unwritten” was a discussion of what stories are left to be told and why they haven’t been written yet): “Fortunately, writers today are no longer shackled to the idea that writing is original creative process,” said John Moore. If you can think of a spinoff, go with it. “For example, who’s to say Dudley Dursley shouldn’t have his own fantasy series? In each book he could team up with another 10-year-old wizard,” he said.
From “Mythology/Schmythology” panel
Laura Anne Gilman: “Is a hero someone who knows he has a destiny, or someone who fights against the odds to do something heroic? Somebody like Harry Potter, who knew he had a destiny, who was told by everybody he was special, and people trained him for that and protected him? I don’t think that’s a hero, that’s cannon fodder.”
On Sunday afternoon in a hallway, left to right: authors Ellen Klages, Louise Marley and Sharon Shinn