I am SO excited to be part of Flights of Foundry, Dream Foundry’s SFF convention 2020! The schedule just went live and it looks absolutely epic, with Hugo/Nebula winners across the slate including people I greatly admire like Ken Liu and Becky Chambers in the lineup. I’ll be reading from Sofia and the Utopia Machine, offering a creative workshop where you work on an original piece based on a poem/passage from a language you don’t understand (“Translating Blind”) and participating in a panel on Translation not occurring in a vacuum, aside from just hanging out with some awesome people. What better way to spend quarantine than in an entirel virtual SFF convention? Do sign up and  register now, it’s free (with suggested donations – highly recommended since it’s a lot of effort/$ to organize) and hope to see you there! Here are a list of my sessions, 

Saturday, May 16: (times listed here are for GMT +8)

2PM : One Doesn’t Simply Translate in a Vacuum Panel

Sunday, May 17:

11 AM: Reading (from Sofia and the Utopia Machine and other works)

4 PM: Translating Blind Workshop(creating an original work with a poem/passage from a language you don’t understand)

Do check out the times according to your timezone because it’s being organized in CST in the USA but the website niftily tells you what time it is in yours!

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