Panels and Personal Appearances

PANELS

  • Surprise guest panelist at VoltCon 2021 for the panel “The Legend of Vehicle Team Voltron” with Greg Tyler and Marc Morrell of the LET’S VOLTRON PODCAST. Learn more here. (2021)
  • Surprise guest panelist at VoltCon 2021 for “Voltron Voice Actors Panel” with Marc Morrell and Greg Tyler from the LET’S VOLTRON PODCAST. Learn more here. (2021)
  • AAUW-East San Gabriel Chapter, moderated author luncheon panel featuring Jill Amadio, D.J. Adamson, Janet Lynn, and Pamela Samuels Young. (2019)
  • Moderated author panel on “Mysteries Take You Everywhere” featuring Janet Lynn, Will Zeilinger, and Jill Amadio for the Torrance Library, sponsored by Friends of the Torrance Library (2018).
  • LosCon 44, moderated panels such as “She Was My Princess,” “Blending Mystery and Speculative Fiction,” “Going from Fan to Pro,” and “Connecting Writers and Readers,” as well as appearing on the panel “Facebook Gaming”. See a program book sample here. (2017)
  • AAUW-East San Gabriel Chapter, appeared at author luncheon panel with fellow Sisters in Crime/Los Angeles members Pamela Samuels Young, Jill Amadio, and Will Zeilinger; moderated by Nancy Cole Silverman. (2017)
  • Orange County Science Fiction Club, guest speaker at October 2017 meeting. (2017)
  • Long Beach Comic Expo, hosted solo talk on “Social Media and Fandom”. (2017)
  • LosCon 43,  moderated “Book Blogs: Are They Shaping How We Find New Reads?”, “Reboots, Reimaginings, and Fandom,” “Social Media and Fandom,” and “The Evolution of Gaming: What Next?” and appeared as a panelist on “The Path to Fandom,” “Where Is My Flying Car?”, and “Science Fiction and Fantasy Podcasts”. (2016)
  • Long Beach Comic Expo, appeared on panel “Adventures in New Pulp Fiction” with Kevin Paul Shaw Broden. (2016)
  • LosCon 36, appeared on panels such as “Voltron Goes Silver,” about 25 years of VOLTRON; “How Has Anime Impacted Western Culture,” on how anime has affected popular culture; “Web Comics,” with web comics creators and fans; and “When to Join a Critique Group” with with Ace Hall, Kelly Green, Sheila Finch. See a program book sample here. (2009)
  • JemCon, solo presentation panel on “From Animated Concept to Production”. (2008)
  • Anime Los Angeles, panel on Animation Writing and Production along with Craig Miller. (2008)
  • Pacific Media Expo, solo presentation panel on the challenges of bringing Japanese animation to dub for Western audiences. (2007)
  • Comic-Con International-San Diego, moderated panel on “The Animation Production Process” with Greg Weisman, Tad Stones, and Stephanie Graziano (2007).
  • Wondercon, moderated panel on “The Animation Production Process” with Greg Weisman, Stan Berkowitz, Dwayne McDuffie, Adam Beechen. (2007)
  • Gathering of the Gargoyles, appeared as part of the “From Fan To Pro” and the “Web Comics” panels. (2004)
  • Popular Culture Association of America -American Culture Association, “Learning With Disney: Examining Walt Disney Studios as a Driving Force in Early Animated Educational Films” at the National Conference on March 25th, 2004 in San Diego, CA. (2005)
  • Comic-Con International-San Diego, appeared as part of “Animation Roundtable” with Jerry Beck, Craig Miller, and Russell Calabrese on Thursday, July 19th at 4PM. Also, panelist on “Classic Animation vs. Modern Animation,” with Jerry Beck, Craig Miller, Michael Mallory, Bill Morrison, and Ric Meyers on Friday, July 20th at 4PM. (2001)
  • Gathering of the Gargoyles, panelist on “From Fan to Professional.” Fellow guests included fiction writers Christine Morgan, Meredith Patterson, and Rashaan Footman, along with artists Aimee Major and Karine Charlebois. (2001)
  • Comic-Con International-San Diego, moderated Con-sponsored panel “Breaking and Entering – Careers in Animation.” Panelists included writer/producers Craig Miller and Marv Wolfman, writer/Story Editors Bob Skir and Stan Berkowitz, and artist Bob Miller. (2000)