Balticon 49 has been and gone. Unfortunately, I didn’t get my schedule far enough ahead of the con to post it. This year’s schedule was a little lighter than years past, but I did manage to get recordings for most, if not all, of my panels. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to record a lot of other panels. In years past, this would have been a minor thing. This year, I’m producing the Balticon Podcast! So I really need audio from this year’s con for the podcast! Actually, I need audio from Balticon 46, 47, 48, and 49, because the Balticon Podcast has been on a hiatus for the last few years, and we need to make up the gap. So, who has audio they can share?
Unfortunately, I can’t compensate anyone monetarily for the use of their audio, but I can mention you in the podcast, and if you have promos, I can run them in future episodes. If you have audio and are willing to let me use it for the Balticon Podcast, please leave a comment or send me an e-mail letting me know what panels you have and from which Balticon.
Also, if you were at Balticon, and got some pictures of me, would you be kind enough to let me use your pictures on this blog? Usually I try to get lots of pictures at the con, but this year it just didn’t happen. I think I shot something like 4 pictures total. I especially need a picture of me wearing the minion t-shirt. More on that in a later post.
I hope everyone had an excellent Balticon, and for those who didn’t make it to the con, go subscribe to the Balticon Podcast and in a few weeks I’ll be able to start the flow of audio to show you what you’ve missed. Or listen to the back episodes. Lots of goodness there.
That’s it for now. Talk to you soon. No, really.