There’s a lot going on in June, including the June 9 performance of “Bloomsday” (see previous post).

Now, though, I want to tell you about what’s happening at this year’s InConjunction.

The fan-focused science fiction and fantasy convention (held July 5-7) has, once again, asked me back as a guest. And every year I’m there I try to mix established programs with new stuff.

On the established side, I’ll once again be auctioneer for the Saturday charity auction, this year benefiting Indy Reads as well as the Kurt Vonnegut Museum & Library. If you have anything to add to the auction–memorability, tickets, games, toys, books, whatever–touch base. I look forward to helping turn each item into funds for these worthy causes as well as to put cool items into the hands of fans.

I’ll also be bringing back my annual SF/Fantasy/Horror Pub Trivia competition, this time on Sunday.

Shakespeare Theatre Company’s The Tempest. Photo: Scott Suchman.

New to the mix will be a panel on The Fantasy Worlds of Williams Shakespeare (with director/ actor Doug Powers. Also, I’m updating one I did a few years back on Science Fiction and Fantasy Musicals and serving as a panelist for one on book publishing.

In and around all of this, I’ll be playing board games. Perhaps, with you.

And, of course, attending Rob Pyatt’s always fascinating and fun Weird Science program.

Check out the whole program here.