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Blogging about the Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop for Writers

Quite a few attendees are blogging this week about their experiences at the workshop.  Christian Ready has compiled a list, and will continue to update it through next week.  I offer it to you here with his permission:

Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop

One of the great things about having an astronomy workshop for writers is that they tend to write about the workshop as it’s going on. That’s a good thing for me because as an instructor, the near-real-time feedback on our lessons is invaluable.

The downside to being an instructor is that there is no time to blog, myself. So, while I shall endeavor to offer my thoughts on a later date, I’ll share the posts from the attendees here and keep updating throughout the week (in theory):

Sunday, July 14 2013

Brenda Clough – Liveblogging Launch Pad

Monday, July 15 2013

Liz Argall – Monday, day one of Launch Pad (Liz also has a running comic she’s making during the workshop as well)

Chaz Brenchley – Liveblogging Launch Pad

Jennifer Campbell-Hicks – Launch Pad workshop: Day 1

Jamie Todd Rubin – Launchpad Day 1: Space is Big… And So Are Robots

Tuesday, July 16 2013

Liz Argall – Day 2 at Launch Pad, part one. All kinds of light and a little angular momentum

Chaz Brenchley – Liveblogging Launch Pad

Jennifer Campbell-Hicks – Launch Pad workshop: Day 2

Jamie Todd Rubin – Launchpad Day 2: Sex In Space and Other Interesting Scientific Tidbits

Wednesday, July 17 2013

Chaz Brenchley – Liveblogging Launch Pad

Chaz Brenchley – Liveblogging Launch Pad (second post)

Jennifer Campbell-Hicks – Launch Pad workshop: Day 3

Brenda Clough – Liveblogging Launch Pad

Anna Leahy & Doug Dechow – Launch Pad: Astronomy for Writers

Jamie Todd Rubin – Launchpad Day 3: At the Top of the World

Thursday, July 18 2013

Jennifer Campbell-Hicks – Launch Pad workshop: Day 4

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