Unlike other people, when I get to the end of a book, I quit writing. (Howard Waldrop)
At Saturday evening panel on Science Fiction for Today's Undergraduate:
Paradoxically, Science Fiction is very much a dialog with its time.
At Saturday evening panel on The One Right Form of a Story:
I always think a lot about serious literary stuff, but I know that no one will ever know that I'm thinking about it. (Judith Berman)
You can't write the story until you know the thang.
(Judith Berman, quoting Howard Waldrop)
No two people have the same process. Learn what your process is. (Judith Berman, possibly quoting Delaney's On Writing.)
At Sunday afternoon panel, Effing the Ineffable: Writers Who Think Cinematically:
I have lots of things to say that are ill-informed. (Maria Dahvana Headley, introducing herself.)