>copy and paste and send off to his agent.
Dude you don't have to show me what you write -- this is an exercise for your own self-development.
>But first I must create for myself a fursuit in the guise of a raven
I just play loud techno, myself. But as I said, this is for the writer, not any potential reader that might arise.
You could always just show up without arrangements.
I have a lot of fun, and look forward to it every year but sometimes words are ... not for the faint of heart.
You could use the opportunity to work on your handwriting. Break out that fountain pen and write your short story on lined notebook paper, goal of about 8 thousand words in thirty days, all neatly penned and completely legible.
Alternately, LaTeX has modules for music notation. Honore del Belzac quoted a friend about coffee, saying it was an affair of about three days. Just about enough to write an opera
Spend November writing a ballet or something.
Or a poem. Learning the formal descriptions of poetry is all on its own, a veritable rabbit hole to be lost in over many weekends.