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Friday, May 27 • 9:00pm - 9:50pm
The Classics - In Space and Beyond! LIMITED

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A panel discussing adapting classic stories - Shakespeare, folk or fairy tales, Homer. etc. – to speculative fiction.


Jan S. Gephardt

Jan S. Gephardt commutes daily between her Kansas City-area home and two other universes: the sunny balcony in the Wizards’ Village where she makes her paper sculpture, and a habitat space station the size of New York City, far from Earth and several hundred years in the future, where she writes science fiction mystery novels. Her assorted apprenticeships included teaching, parenting, graphic design, marketing, art-publishing, news writing... Read More →

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Sean Demory

Founder, Pine Float Press
Sean Demory is a Kansas City-based author and founder of Pine Float Press, a small press specializing in short, immersive genre fiction. His work ranges from backwoods horror to alternate-history science fiction and has been recognized by Locus Magazine, The Year's Best Horror and the Horror Writer's Association.
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Bradley Denton

Bradley Denton's first story was published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in 1984, and his first novel, WRACK & ROLL, was published in 1986. He's also the author of BUDDY HOLLY IS ALIVE AND WELL ON GANYMEDE, LUNATICS, LAUGHIN' BOY, and BLACKBURN. His first story collection, THE CALVIN COOLIDGE HOME FOR DEAD COMEDIANS and A CONFLAGRATION ARTIST, won the World Fantasy Award, and his work has also been honored with both the Theodore... Read More →
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Dora Furlong

Dora Furlong is a speculative fiction writer who lives in the southern wilds of the Kansas City Metro with her husband, two cats, and hermit crabs. She grew up on a steady diet of Battle Star Galactica, Buck Rogers, Star Trek, and Batman. These shows inspired her to create universes in her head. It’s hard to contain the infinite, it just doesn’t work. Eventually it had to come out. She started her creative career with poetry and animation... Read More →

Friday May 27, 2016 9:00pm - 9:50pm
Van Horn A 2345 McGee Street · Kansas City, Missouri, 64108

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