For all things official, please visit the BoucherCon 2010 website.
Thank you, BoucherCon, for choosing this third-generation San Franciscan to be the US Guest of Honor! It was an honor—and a responsibility: Could LRK live up to San Francisco’s reputation for fun? Well, she sure tried!
Some of the LRK goodies at BoucherCon were exclusive to Real Life, like—
*Books (Thanks to my publishers Bantam and Picador!)
*Bottomless cups of coffee or tea from Bantam and Random House, to fuel your concentration (or as Heather Neill’s banner over the BCon coffee table says, “Time for a hundred visions and revisions, before the taking of a toast and tea.” –TS Eliot)
But—in case you couldn’t make it to San Francisco in mid-October 2010, or are discovering this page after the fact, never fear! We have a:
right here, with which we counted down each Wednesday until the opening ceremonies:
Sept 22: a Laurie King guide to San Francisco (Please note: many of the downtown locations will be included in the BoucherCon cable car tour.)
Sept 29: The Mary Russell site
Which means that you could drink your tea from a LRK mug, wearing a God of the Hive t-shirt, and have BoucherCon fun, all without leaving your home.