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1. Thursday, February 14 – 10am: How To Write a Video Game: How can one craft a compelling narrative that keeps players interested, fits well with the gameplay, and is properly paced?
- Friday, February 15 – 4pm: Crowdfunding a Game’s Development: As crowdfunding becomes an increasingly popular way to finance new games, how can the technology best be leveraged?
Saturday, February 16 – 9am: Developing Rules for Board Games: Once you’ve got your board game idea, how do you put it down into a playable game?
Saturday, February 16 – 10am: Not Your Ordinary Princess: Shannon Hale, Patricia Wrede, and Gale Carson Levine: Princess stories have been around centuries. Shannon Hale, Patricia Wrede, and Gail Carson Levine have taken princess stories to a whole new level with humor, strong characterization, and engaging stories.
Saturday, February 16 – 3pm: What Makes a Book a Book: Experimental Formats: Some authors are getting a little far afield with their narratives. Whether it’s a pile of scraps, an interconnected narrative, a series of webpages, or something else entirely, learn more about the ways that our very notion of a “book” is evolving.
Saturday, February 16 – 4pm: The Works and Worlds of Roger Zelazny: Zelazny weaves worlds with a mix of modern and mythology to create tension and push beyond the familiar. He pushes still further by moving beyond the linear storyline, mixing genres, and crossing worlds.
- What would you want as your fairy tale fortune?
- What ridiculous things should I say on my panels?