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Here you will find a list other events, that is those that are not Book Tours, that we have been advised of, in which Raymond E. Feist will be taking part. Please confirm times with the venue where possible. 

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Thu Jul 5th, 2007

San Diego Comic Con 2007

Ray posted the following to the Newsgroup

From: Raymond Feist
Date: 05 July 2007

I will be doing one appearance only, at the Marvel booth on Saturday (don't know the time yet), in support of the comic adaptation of Magician: Apprentice.

Best, R.E.F.

For anyone who is going to show up, I'm going to give early warning. I may be up against a huge time issue so if you bring a lot of books to sign, don't be upset if I can only do three. My usual routine is to sign three and make you go to the back of the line so those behind don't have to wait too long, and then to get to everything eventually. This time, however, I may be out the door 1 minute after the end of the scheduled time and won't have time to linger and sign everything. You've been warned! smiley

Best, R.E.F.

ADMIN NOTE: The event takes place from 26-29 July. Ray will be there on the 28th July 2007 based on the above.

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Sun Feb 12th, 2006

Imaginales in Epinal France - Public appearance

Ray posted to the Feist Mailing list

OK, one of my rare public appearances is coming up.

I will be a guest of honor at Imaginales in Epinal France, May 11 to 14.

For those of you close by, consider dropping in and saying hello.

Best, R.E.F.

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Tue Jul 20th, 2004

Dabel Booth Signing

Les Dabel posted to the Feist Mailing list:

Hi guys I wanted to let you know that Raymond E. Feist will be doing a signing at our booth in San Diego on Saturday at 11:am. We will have free posters and lots of other goodies to give away so make sure you stop by.

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Wed Jul 14th, 2004

Comic-Con 2006

Ray will be at Comic-Con 2006 at the Diamond Books Distributor booth (2401) on Saturday July 22 2006
during the convention at 2pm for an hour to sign books

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Fri Apr 9th, 2004

Mysterious Galaxy San Diego

Ray will be at Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego on April 10th, 2004 at 2:30

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Wed Aug 28th, 2002

TV and Radio Appearances

Ray Posted to the Feistfans-l the following regarding TV and Radio Appearances
Here's what I've got so far:

SYDNEY
2RRR SMEG Radio with Peter Bryant Tuesday 24th September

MELBOURNE
3RRR Zero G with Rob Jan Friday 20th September
3LO - ABC The Conversation Hour with Jon Fain Friday 20th September
TBC - Triple J - TBC Morning Show with Francis Leach Friday 20th September

BRISBANE
4QR - ABC - TBC Early Evening with Andrew Lofthouse Wednesday 25th September

ADELAIDE
AM ADELAIDE Pre-recorded Interview Thursday 19th September
5AN - ABC Live interview on Drive Program Thursday 19th September
5DN - TBC With Jeremy Cordeaux Thursday 19th September
5EBI Pre-recorded Interview Thursday 19th September

PERTH
6RTR FM Faster Than Light Tuesday 17th September
6WF - ABC Morning program with Liam Barlett Wednesday 18th September

TBC = To be confrimed.

That's it so far.
Best, R.E.F.

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Thu Jan 20th, 2000

EOS Con III - Ray will not be there but Janny Wurts will

I received this announcement from HarperCollins about its upcoming Sci-Fi/Fantasy convention. Ray won't be there, but Empire co-author Janny Wurts will be.

HarperCollins Publishers announces
EOS CON III
January 29, 2000, 4-8pm EST
http://cybertown.com
(NOTE: The eoscon3.com site will be available after January 23, 2000.)

EOS CON III, The Third Annual Real-Time Online Science Fiction Convention, begins At 4:00pm EST featuring lectures and panels with authors such as Gregory Benford, Anne McCaffrey and Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

HarperCollins's science fiction and fantasy imprint, Eos, has announced the return of EOS CON, the real-time online science fiction convention initiated in 1998 as part of its launch publishing season. On Saturday, January 29, 2000, EOS CON III will begin at 4pm EST continuing the tradition established by the original EOS CON, the first online convention ever sponsored by a publisher. The convention is part of an overall commitment by Eos to help expand the existing science fiction and fantasy readership, and to effectively introduce outstanding popular and literary science fiction and fantasy works by new and established writes.

"Cons," short for conventions, are a tradition and a staple of the SF/F genre. All over the country, throughout the year, cons large and small bring together authors, readers, artists, reviewers and publishing professionals to network and exchange information and ideas. Featured guests at EOS CON III include some of the most notable names in science fiction and fantasy such as Dennis Danvers, Dave Duncan and Guy Gavriel Kay. Eos's online real-time con will feature panels and lectures all with question and answer sessions.

EOS CON III will be brought to you in part by its host http://www.cybertown.com. Cybertown is the "Sci-fi Community of the Future"---a futuristic off-world city accessible via the Internet. It has become one of the largest 3D communities on the web with over a quarter of a million members. Multi-national citizens inhabit and socialize in richly detailed 3D Bladerunner-type worlds using 3D avatars to represent themselves. Citizens immerse themselves in these virtual worlds by owning personal 3D homes and objects, holding jobs, forming clubs, shopping in the virtual mall and much more. Members are actively involved in the community and with each other. Cybertown also provides special programming for its members through entertainment and educational formats including contests, celebrity chats, parties, classes, town meetings and more. Cybertown is produced by blaxxun interactive and uses blaxxun Contact to offer members a wide range of multimedia communication features.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

4-5pm ROOM A
Worldbuilding From The Ground Up
DAVE DUNCAN, DENNIS JONES, ANNE McCAFFREY, and JULIET MCKENNA discuss what it takes to build a world and bring it alive with characters and story.

4-5pm ROOM B
Technological Access: The New Caste System
KAGE BAKER, DENNIS DANVERS, KATHLEEN ANN GOONAN, and SEVERNA PARK talk about how access to technology and information will create new class distinctions.

5-6pm ROOM A
History of the Alternate
DAVE DUNCAN, ELIZABETH HAND, GUY GAVRIEL KAY, and MARTHA WELLS know how to make history suit their needs. Find out how they do it in this panel discussion.

5-6pm ROOM B
The Science of Disaster
Things will always go wrong-it's just a matter of time. GREGORY BENFORD, ELIZABETH HAND, JACK MCDEVITT, and WALTER JON WILLIAMS explain how scientific fact plays a role in their novels.

6-7pm ROOM A
Military Maneuvers in SF and Fantasy
We have a wealth of military history and theory at our disposal. Join TRACY HICKMAN, SUSAN R. MATTHEWS, and KRISTINE SMITH as they discuss how they put this knowledge to use.

6-7pm ROOM B
Fantasy Outside the Box
JEFFREY FORD, SHARON GREEN, JANE ROUTLEY, and MAGARET WEIS don't write your typical fantasy novels. Find out what drives them toward redefining the genre and making it truly their own.

7-8pm ROOM A
How to Get Published
Get the facts straight from acquiring editors and published authors. Eos Editors CAITLIN BLASDELL, JENNIFER BREHL and DIANA GILL team up with authors JAMES ALAN GARDNER, VICTORIA STRAUSS, and MAGARET WEIS and explain what to do in order to get published.

7-8pm ROOM B
How To Promote Yourself: Spec Fiction and the Media
A publicist can't do everything. Publicists Andy Heidel and Lindsay Lifrieri team up with authors SUSAN R. MATTHEWS and JANNY WURTS to explain how to promote yourself once you've been published.

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Sat Jan 23rd, 1999

Ray Talks to College Students... and you too!

Ray posted this announcement to the list:

For those of you who 1) care 2) are in the Middle West and 3) are burning to hear me yank about writing and the business of such, I am going to be a featured writer at the Sophomore Literary Festival at Notre Dame University, South Bend Indiana, on February 17th.

Now, while I have no patience for Indiana in February (it's COLD!), I am honored to be included with the like of Walter Miller, Robert A. Heinlein, W.P. Kinsella, Harland Ellison, Alice Walker, and a whole bunch of other writers who's pen I'm not worthy to dip in ink.

I have no idea if non-students can attend, and it's a work/school day, but I thought I'd post the info for those among you who complain, "You never come to Elkheart, Indiana or Niles, Michigan!"

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Sun Oct 25th, 1998

Ray posted this to the list: 'November 6/ San Diego Signing

MYSTERIOUS GALAXY
7-8:30pm 3904 Convoy St #107, San Diego, CA 92111 (tel) 619-278-4004.' If you live in the San Diego area, be sure to take the trip, as books signings are good fun (speaking from experience). Also, there is an audiobook version of Legends being released.

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