There were a couple of late panels that sounded interesting, but by then I was really hungry, so I grabbed dinner in the hotel restaurant and then went back to the con suite, which was hopping with nice people and fun conversation, and I spent two hours standing around and chatting with people about all kinds of things. Once nice thing about FogCon is that every year, I feel like I find more people who are in fandom and who are familiar with the fanfic community -- there are a lot of writers at this con, most of them writing for publication, but many of them write and/or read fanfiction as well -- and it's one of the few offline places that I can be really, truly comfortable with being open in my identity as a writer. I have to say, it feels pretty good.
And now to wind down a little bit before bedtime, and my Big Afternoon. Let's hope I don't die of nerves between now and then.
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