I'm delighted to be able to contribute to the programming at Worldcon this year -- a privilege I try never to take for granted. I'll be joining panel discussions on podcasting, online fannish community, and Regency fantasy, as well as doing a reading and being available for autographs.
I'll be bringing a limited number of the Alpennia books, as I doubt that the book vendors there will be carrying them. So if you'll be there and know you want a copy of something, let me know in advance and I'll earmark one for you. I'll also be bringing a small number of chapbooks of "The Mazarinette and the Musketeer" to give away. (I really need to come up with my next free chapbook because these are nearly gone.)
I've also had this crazy idea for doing a bunch of micro-interviews and cobbling them together for a podcast episode. Not sure how well it will work. On the one hand, it gives me a structure for interacting with people (one of my tricks for successful conventions) but since I'll either be recording on my phone or on my little dictaphone device, I need to check how well it excludes background noise.
And above all, it you're going to be there, find me and say hi!