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Teen Wolf Conventions! (A MasterPost)

notanotherteenwolfpodcast:

With so many Teen Wolf conventions popping up this year (and next!), we thought it would be a good idea to start a big post with all of the current information we have on these events. We’ll be keeping this post updated and will reblog when new information is received. 

Also, you can visit our “TW Cons" tag to see other posts on these conventions!

As always, you guys can always visit our Teen Wolf Events page for more links to the websites and the conventions’ social media pages!

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Updates as of 9/30/2014:

*Linden Ashby will be appearing at Howler Con.





eaddymays:

teenwolfwiki asked me: Is it ever okay to share your fic with the talent/crew? 

Thanks, TeenWolfWiki, for asking this.  Odd that I didn’t think to address this before now.  I guess I am just bothered that the quesion even exists. Breaks my heart. 

"So, is it ever okay to share your fic with the talent/crew?”
The Question gets answered in pieces:

Is it ever okay…..  Yes.  I answer unequivocally, because it is Yes, for me.  I’d love to hear or read fic.  Writers must bear in mind, though, that “Is it ever okay” is NOT the same as “Is it always okay….”  which leads me to the next part;


Every day I still work on the notion that just because I think it, does not mean I have to vocalize it at the moment it spawns in my brain.  Obviously, you know me as one who speaks her mind.  Yet, when to speak and when to hold one’s tongue is an indication of sensitivity, consideration and respect for other humans with whom we must co-exist.  Let me be specific with an innocuous example:  If you want to share with me what you thought of the way some movie ended, I might ask you to wait until we’re not standing in front of other people who haven’t yet seen it.  Doesn’t make me ashamed or timid; makes me conscientious.  Savvy?


The next part of the question is pivotal:  “Your fic”…by which I know you, TWWiki, mean the author sharing their own writing.  Yes and only if it’s indeed YOUR fic.  It s a violation of the author’s rights to reproduce (by reading out loud, for example)  a piece of their work in a publically accessible venue.  …which frankly, in this day age is any place is public (“Hi, Social Media!  I know you hear me!  ;)


Perhaps most important to me, though, is HOW said fic is shared.  Blindsiding a talent/crew member with fic is rude, selfish, thoughtless, and disrespectfuL IF the writing is known to make the person to whom they want to read is uncomfortable.  This is particularly infuriating to me right now (I just posted a comment on a recent contentious YouTube Vid and am awaiting one last bit of information to take big next steps to cut down the violator *clenches teeth.*  I’ll post about THAT soon, don’t worry >.<


Also, trigger alerts apply when sharing fic with anyone, right?  Then the same courtesy must apply to sharing with Talent/Crew.  People don’t know my triggers.  If someone stands up during a Q&A, for example, and starts reading me something that spins me sideways, I’m going to have a big problem and likely have a temper tantrum :D  Just sayin’.  


There’s probably more, but nothing  more that I can think of this very moment.  


Does that mostly answer your question?  If something’s unclear, just let me know! Plus, I’m super sleepy right now and so may not be very articulate. If so, I’ll clear it up soon. 

Thanks again, teenwolfwiki, for asking the smart, relevant questions. You keep me on my toes :)
with Love and Respect,
Eaddy

eaddymays:

teenwolfwiki asked me: Is it ever okay to share your fic with the talent/crew?

Thanks, TeenWolfWiki, for asking this.  Odd that I didn’t think to address this before now.  I guess I am just bothered that the quesion even exists. Breaks my heart.

"So, is it ever okay to share your fic with the talent/crew?

The Question gets answered in pieces:

  1. Is it ever okay…..  Yes.  I answer unequivocally, because it is Yes, for me.  I’d love to hear or read fic.  Writers must bear in mind, though, that “Is it ever okay” is NOT the same as “Is it always okay….”  which leads me to the next part;

  2. Every day I still work on the notion that just because I think it, does not mean I have to vocalize it at the moment it spawns in my brain.  Obviously, you know me as one who speaks her mind.  Yet, when to speak and when to hold one’s tongue is an indication of sensitivity, consideration and respect for other humans with whom we must co-exist.  Let me be specific with an innocuous example:  If you want to share with me what you thought of the way some movie ended, I might ask you to wait until we’re not standing in front of other people who haven’t yet seen it.  Doesn’t make me ashamed or timid; makes me conscientious.  Savvy?

  3. The next part of the question is pivotal:  “Your fic”…by which I know you, TWWiki, mean the author sharing their own writing.  Yes and only if it’s indeed YOUR fic.  It s a violation of the author’s rights to reproduce (by reading out loud, for example)  a piece of their work in a publically accessible venue.  …which frankly, in this day age is any place is public (“Hi, Social Media!  I know you hear me!  ;)

  4. Perhaps most important to me, though, is HOW said fic is shared.  Blindsiding a talent/crew member with fic is rude, selfish, thoughtless, and disrespectfuL IF the writing is known to make the person to whom they want to read is uncomfortable.  This is particularly infuriating to me right now (I just posted a comment on a recent contentious YouTube Vid and am awaiting one last bit of information to take big next steps to cut down the violator *clenches teeth.*  I’ll post about THAT soon, don’t worry >.<

  5. Also, trigger alerts apply when sharing fic with anyone, right?  Then the same courtesy must apply to sharing with Talent/Crew.  People don’t know my triggers.  If someone stands up during a Q&A, for example, and starts reading me something that spins me sideways, I’m going to have a big problem and likely have a temper tantrum :D  Just sayin’.  

  6. There’s probably more, but nothing  more that I can think of this very moment.  

  7. Does that mostly answer your question?  If something’s unclear, just let me know! Plus, I’m super sleepy right now and so may not be very articulate. If so, I’ll clear it up soon.

Thanks again, teenwolfwiki, for asking the smart, relevant questions. You keep me on my toes :)

with Love and Respect,

Eaddy



Holland Roden for BCBGeneration

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scottlinski:

scott holding his newborn daughter and saying “i always knew that there would be an allison mccall in my life” (◡‿◡✿)





Tyler’s reaction while JR is imitating him (video will be posted when I get home on Friday) - Wolf Moon Con

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