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Good evening everypony, how are you all this fine Saturday evening? Well, this event has been a long time coming, that's for sure, and I hope you'll all enjoy it very much! For those of you who may have missed the initial announcement thread, Chengar Qordath, Comma-Kazie, and Ponibius are joining us this evening for our monthly fandom Q&A. All three are truly exceptional authors and editors on Fimfiction, and together have created and fleshed out the main body of very popular stories in the Winningverse, originating with Chengar's insanely well-written ballad of the Winning Pony herself, Cloud Kicker, in The Life and Times of a Winning Pony (which, speaking as a fan myself, if you haven't yet checked out, GET ON THAT SILLY FILLIES, IT'S AMAZING! ). They've all got an immense, extensive, and varied body of stories worth checking out, and now's your chance to ask them anything at all, whether it be about their head canon, the characters they write about, tips for writing fanfiction of your very own, or just how in the world does one come up with a Winning Pony like Cloud Kicker in the first place. Since we have three guests this time, feel free to either clarify that any of them may answer or your question, or direct them at a specific guest, your choice. To start things off, I will get the ball rolling with a question I've been wondering since I first got into the Winningverse... What would qualify as a Losing Pony? :comeatus: Throw all your questions at them people, like peanuts at monkeys, the more the merrier! Also, if you would like to support Chengar Qordath's writing, check out his Patreon by clicking on the following link: Support Chengar Qordath. Writers like Chengar and his friends are all too rare in this fandom, and the more support they receive, the more wonderful works of pony fiction they can produce!
Simon posted a topic in BABSConKapow! Blamo! Wham! Apart from writing and illustration, what makes a comic book special is the story and dialogue that narrates the action. Colorful pastel ponies (while infinitely adorable) can’t tell their own story, and that’s where writers and editors work their magic. From speech bubbles to characterization, there can be no doubt that the IDW My Little Pony comic writers are nothing but magic! Talented wordsmith and self-proclaimed eater-of-pie, Heather Nuhfer is the American comic writer that brought us issues 5-8 and 13-16 of IDW’s My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic series. She also has written for The Vampire Diaries, Strawberry Shortcake, Simpsons One-Shot Wonders: Lisa, Scooby Doo, and several others. Stand-up citizen Bobby Curnow, writer and editor, is known for writing My Little Pony Micro-Series #4: Applejack in addition to his extensive editing repertoire in the MLP comic series. He also wrote for comics such as Battle Beasts, Godzilla Legends, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Heavy Metal. Not only that, Bobby has also written for Ghostbusters, Godzilla, G.I. Joe: Infestation, Jurassic Park, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The X Files: Conspiracy, and many others. Curnow’s exhaustive experience in comic writing makes him a perfect fit for the IDW My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic series. Heather Nuhfer and Bobby Curnow join our spectacular lineup of Guests of Honor including Tara Strong, Andrea Libman, Cathy Weseluck, Peter New, Claire Corlett, Ian James Corlett, Brian Drummond, Brynna Drummond, Marÿke Hendrikse, Danny Ingram, Steffan Andrews, G.M. Berrow, Heather Breckel, and Tony Fleecs—to bring you a bigger, better, badder BABSCon this April. So, ensure your chance to meet all of these amazing personalities by registering now at https://registration.babscon.com! Be sure to apply for The Voice: Equestria competition as well! Applications are closing soon, so apply at http://www.babscon.com/post/the-voice-equestria-2. The Bay Area Brony Spectacular (BABSCon) is the first convention devoted to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic in the San Francisco Bay Area. In our first year, we became the second-largest MLP con anywhere, and we’re back for our second year April 3–5, 2015 at the SFO Hyatt Regency in Burlingame, CA. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! babscon.com • www.facebook.com/babsconsf • www.twitter.com/babsconsf