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Friday evening, 2012

Event organized by Paizo Seminar

Fiction—Pathfinder and Otherwise!

Friday evening, 6:00–7:00 pm, 2012 • Robert Hughes Room

This panel will start of with a discussion of Pathfinder Tales—what's coming next, and where you'd like to see the line go. From there, we'll move into a larger discussion of how to get your own original fiction published, the state of the publishing industry, and tips and tricks to get past an editor's slush pile. A must for any writer—come armed with questions!

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Event # 13568
When PaizoCon 2012:
Where Redmond Town Center Marriott Hotel
Robert Hughes Room
7401 164th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Category Seminar
Speaker James L. Sutter, Christopher Carey, Dave Gross

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