I've been so busy with my head down getting ready for my Creator Connections pitch that I completely missed this.
However, have no fear. I have roughly 36 hours to prepare my story pitch. I took a first stab at my Shaman/Overnight Tow Operator story for the Creator Connections, so I at least have a base to work from. I think I'll work at it using the same setup, obviously replacing the comic book artist stuff and trying to fill in more novel details.
For anyone else who might be interested in these pitch sessions, see here:
Here's the base information:
Del Rey Books and Hydra, the science fiction and fantasy imprints of the Random House Publishing Group, will be scheduling a limited number of original story pitch sessions and art portfolio reviews at Comic-Con International 2013 at the
. Session time slots will be available Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21 at the Random House booth #1514. San Diego Convention Center
To sign up for this rare opportunity, candidates must come to the Random House booth #1514 between 9:00-11:00am on the day of their desired session. Advance sign-ups for the following day will not be allowed. For example, if a candidate wants to sign up for a Saturday session, that candidate must come to the Random House booth on Saturday (and Saturday only) between 9:00-11:00am to secure a time slot.
Please also note:
- Session time slots will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis
- Candidates will not be allowed to sign up (or line up) before 9:00am
- Candidates must have a Comic-Con badge in order to enter the convention center
- Badges will not be provided by the publisher
- Story pitches and portfolio reviews will be limited to 5-minute sessions
- All sessions will be timed
- Please keep your pitch short and to-the-point
- All story pitches should contain elements of science fiction or fantasy
- Candidates who arrive late to their scheduled session will not be allowed extra time
- Candidates who miss their scheduled session will not be allowed to sign up for a future session
Okay, enough talking. Back to preparing my pitch!