Cary Osborne is an author in several genres, including science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mystery. She has received awards from Writers of the Future and from Oklahoma Writers Federation, Inc. Among her current projects are the third Sydney St. John mystery, Wildfires, to be released later this year. Book two of the quest fantasy, When God Was Stolen is also due this year. Since retiring as an archivist at New Mexico State University, she has also published stories in several anthologies and zines, including Pick Your Poison, Hydrophobia (proceeds going to Hurricane Harvey victims in Houston), The Martian Anthology, and Astounding Outpost (zombie ezine). She posts on Facebook as Cary Osborne. Come visit.
Saturday, June 8, 2019 5:00 p.m. | Location: Sooner B
Libraries in the Digital Age
In a world where we can get almost anything at the touch of a button, including books, (e-books and audio books), who needs libraries? YOU do! Come learn why libraries (and librarians) are the best soldiers we have in the war against ignorance.
Sunday, June 9, 2019 2:00 p.m. | Location: Boomer A
What's in a Nom de Plume?
Why do many authors use a pen name? To hide identity, or to change genres while escaping reader expectations based on the name alone? When is it a good business decision, and how do you go about choosing that new identity?