Pathfinder Tales Author Chats!

Thursday, November 17th, 2011

This Saturday and Monday, the Paizo chat room will be hosting a free-for-all discussion with a smorgasbord of authors from Pathfinder Tales—the novels, the journals, and the web fiction! If you thought last time was fun with just the novel authors, this one's going to be even bigger and crazier, with a ton of authors stopping by to hang out, answer questions, and wax philosophical about whatever they feel like. Unlike an in-person author event, there's no waiting to have your voice heard, so come prepared to toss out your questions and comments and hear our team of all-star authors take them on in a literary free-for-all!

Since we know folks have busy schedules, Master of Ceremonies Dave Gross has set up two sessions. Pick the one that works for you, or drop in for both!

Pathfinder Tales Web Fiction I
Saturday, November 19
12:00 PM PST (20:00 GMT)

Pathfinder Tales Web Fiction II
Monday, November 21
6:00 PM PST (02:00 GMT on 22/11)

See you there!

James Sutter
Fiction Editor

More Paizo Blog.
Tags: Pathfinder Tales
Dark Archive Contributor

The past couple of these events have been big fun. Paizo readers ask good questions.

Dark Archive Contributor

Here's a list of the authors we expect to attend tomorrow's session. Check out the stories you haven't already read on the web fiction page (they're free!) so you can arrive loaded with questions.

Pathfinder Tales Web Fiction I
Saturday, November 19
12:00 PT
Richard Ford, author of Kultus and The Dragons of Lencia. His web story is “Noble Sacrifice.”
Dave Gross, author of Prince of Wolves and Master of Devils. His latest web story is “A Passage to Absalom.”
Liane Merciel, author of The River Kings' Road, Heaven's Needle, and the forthcoming Pathfinder Tales novel Nightglass. Her web story is “Certainty.”
Erik Mona, publisher of Paizo Publishing. His web story is “Two Pieces of Tarnished Silver.”
Kevin Andrew Murphy, one of George R.R. Martin's Wild Cards authors with a story in the latest volume, Fort Freak. His web story is “The Secret of the Rose and Glove.”
Steven Savile, author of Silver, Black Chalice, and the #1 UK Bestselling Primeval: Shadow of the Jaguar. His web story is “Blood and Money.”
Amber E. Scott, freelance author and game designer. Her latest web story is “The Seventh Execution.”
Bill Ward, managing editor at Black Gate. His web story is “The Box.”


Dave Gross wrote:


Bill Ward, managing editor at Black Gate. His web story is “The Box.”

I've been promoted! woot!

Just to clarify, the irreducible Howard Andrew Jones is Managing Editor, I'm just a plain old ed.

Looking forward to the chat tomorrow; I have a special outfit all picked out.

Dark Archive Contributor

Bill Ward wrote:
Dave Gross wrote:


Bill Ward, managing editor at Black Gate. His web story is “The Box.”

I've been promoted! woot!

Just to clarify, the irreducible Howard Andrew Jones is Managing Editor, I'm just a plain old ed.

Looking forward to the chat tomorrow; I have a special outfit all picked out.

!

D'oh! Sorry, gents.

Contributor

There are dozens of enthusiastic Pathfinder Tales fans in the Paizo Chat Room right now! Come on over and chat with some of the best fantasy authors in the biz.

Sczarni

Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure, Companion, Lost Omens Subscriber
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
There are dozens of enthusiastic Pathfinder Tales fans in the Paizo Chat Room right now! Come on over and chat with some of the best fantasy authors in the biz.

D'oh! I thought today was 6pm PST

Liberty's Edge

Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Starfinder Superscriber

Thanks for the chat, all. It was great to virtually meet you- really cool that y'all participate in something like this. Thanks for organizing, Dave, and hosting, Lilith.

Sovereign Court RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8

Shame on me missing the saturday chat, would have been a hell of a birthday present.

That said, thank you to all the authors last night, and to Dave Gross especially for dealing with the continuing trauma of me visiting.

Community / Forums / Archive / Pathfinder / Pathfinder Tales / Paizo Blog: Pathfinder Tales Author Chats! All Messageboards

Want to post a reply? Sign in.
Recent threads in Pathfinder Tales