Shannon Muir, administrator of THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF, will appear at LosCon 43. LOSCON is run by the Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society, the world’s oldest, continuously active science-fiction and fantasy club founded in 1934. Shannon appeared on several panels several years ago for LOSCON 36 and really looks forward to making a return appearance.

While she will be there all weekend, one panel in particular discusses book blogs like THE PULP AND MYSTERY SHELF – and will certainly delve into other online sources – as a force for finding new reads, with an emphasis on science fiction and fantasy,which find their roots in the pulp era. If you are into these genres, come check out the panel, along with other great panels on BOOKS AND LITERATUREat LOSCON 43 on Thanksgiving Weekend of 2016!

Title: Book Blogs: Are they Shaping How We Find New Reads?
Description: Bloggers appear to be making impact with their social media influence in a variety of areas. Are they having any influence on people discovering new reads in the science fiction, fantasy, and related genres, or not? This discussion tackles the topic from a variety of angles.
Participants: Shannon Muir, Aviya Amir

Date, Time, and Room: FRI 14:30 Boston 

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