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WAYNE VALERO
Home > 2017 Clive Cussler Collector's Society

Wayne Valero with Clive Cussler holding up Wayne's newly
published "Collector's Guide To Clive Cussler", in 2000.

 

Books for sale from the Wayne Valero Estate

Please contact Sue Connelly if you want to make an offer on the books listed below. Let her know what books you are interested in and how much you want to pay. Sue will be taking bids on this listing. She will then pack and ship them for a nominal fee. Then the next set of books will be listed.

All books listed below are SIGNED FIRST EDITIONS (unless otherwise noted) from Wayne's personal collection.

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Sue Connelly at: csue3@q.com

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The Grandmaster Fiction Writers Roundtable

The Grandmaster Fiction Writers Roundtable is something that the CCCS experimented with at the 2006 convention with some success.

The roundtable is designed to be an informal critique and discussion group. Space at the convention location will be provided for this continuing event. All levels of writers interested in the adventure genre are welcome and a limited number of participates will be accepted.


Prior to the convention, participants will submit a chapter or short story (adventure-related genre) and will be given copies of each others work beforehand. The roundtable will begin with the moderator determining the time available for the critique and discussion process of each chapter/story. Each writer will be asked to give a very brief overview of his/her submitted
writing, its history and thought-process. Each piece of writing will be read and discussed, followed by other roundtable writers giving a non-judgmental critique. Comments and suggestions on how that particular piece of writing might be improved for future use and publication will also be provided. This process will continue until all works have been presented and discussed. Non-participating observers may be present as space permits and (at the discretion of the moderator) take part in critiques and discussions.

For more information, contact Kerry Frey