2:00pm - All Things Who Track: Hello Sweetie! A Love Story in Time and Space, with Patrick Taylor, Lee Martindale, and others TBD. The write-up: “Since her first appearance in “Silence in The Library” to her latest appearance in this past year’s ‘The Husbands of River Song’, River Song has proven to be fan favorite of Doctor Who fans. We take a look back at River’s story, and how it has affected both The Doctor and the Whoniverse.”
4:30pm - Main Programming: Opening Ceremony. We get the party officially started.
2:00pm - Literature Track: Sword & Sorcery, with James Moore (M), Lee Martindale, and Arthur Hinds. The write-up: “In which we explore the history and current state of sword-and-sorcery (a term coined in 1961) in fiction, film, and television.”
8:00pm - Literature Track: The AnachroCon Salon, with Leanna Renee Hieber, Lee Martindale, Christopher Stasheff, James Moore, Lev Butts, Charlotte Henley Babb, James Palmer, Stephanie Osborn, Jannaea Adams, Charles Rutledge, and More! The write-up: “In which many of our author guests read from, sell, and sign their works.”
10:00am - Literature Track: How to Write a Killer Opening. I’ll be leading a hands-up workshop on grabbing the reader right out of the gate.
Noon - All Things Who Track: A Decade of Modern Doctor Who 2005-2017, with Patrick Taylor, Lee Martindale and others. The write-up: “In 2005, the BBC brought back Doctor Who to television screens across the world. From the early years featuring Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant to the more recent years featuring Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi, we’ll take a loving look back at the modern day iteration of Doctor Who and how it has evolved over the past decade. In addition, we’ll discuss the future of the series sense Steven Moffat departure as showrunner and of his replacement Chris Chibnall.”
2:00pm - Literature Track: 866-1066: The Viking Age in Fact and Fiction, with Kathryn Hinds, Lee Martindale and others. The write-up: “In which those with an interest in vikings and the TV show Vikings gather to celebrate and vent about our favorite “barbarians” and their depiction in popular culture.”
4:30pm - Main Programming: Closing Ceremony.
For the complete list of panels, check out the Programming Tracks page at http://www.anachrocon.org.