Princeton Romance Symposium
I’m finally getting out of the house and back into speaking mode. Okay, one speaking engagement: one of the keynotes and a panel on gender in romance at the Princeton Popular Romance Author Symposium on Oct 24 at 5:30. Travel is now dicey for me but the wonderful people at Princeton are sending a car so I can do this:
I’m keynoting the first night and appearing on a panel in Betts Hall with people I really like so probably no snarling, and that’s all free, but you have to register. The papers are presented the next day, Oct. 25, and for that you have to pay twenty bucks, but it will be well worth it; Princeton has been very open and supportive of romance scholarship, so they tend to attract very good papers.
Just wanted to let you know I’m leaving the house at the end of October. Krissie is dogsitting so the dogs are delirious with joy, and I get to talk about gender and the romance industry. Happiness abounds.
Also, last draft of “The Frog Principal” first scene tomorrow. This week turned into a dental nightmare.