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Friday, October 23 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Books to Movies: What Happened to the Story?

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Why ARE movies often so different from the books? How much can be attributed to the needs of a different medium, and how much to other forces at work in Hollywood? 

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Lou J Berger

Lou J Berger writes mostly science fiction and fantasy, but is working on a literary novel set in 1978 North Carolina and centers around a young boy who lost his mother.He's a member of SFWA and has been professionally published in Galaxy's Edge Magazine, as well as in a variety of... Read More →

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Connie Willis

Connie Willis’ latest published book is The Best of Connie Willis. Her next novel, Crosstalk, a romantic comedy about telepathy,will be out in 2016. She is the author of Blackout/All Clear, Doomsday Book, To Say Nothing of the Dog, Bellwether, Passage, Remake, Fire Watch, Impossible... Read More →
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Edward Bryant

Edward Bryant has spent more than three decades as an award-winning writer of fiction and non-fiction, reviewer, teacher, screenwriter, editor, mentor and friend of MileHiCon.  One of his most recent stories appears in the anthology Nightmares Unhinged. Watch for others is upcoming... Read More →
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Karen Morrissey

CEO, Thursday Night Press
Karen A. Morrissey read her first science fiction in the third grade, leading her toward a career in software engineering and an avocation of editing and publishing. She published her first novel, Fisher King: Percival's Descent, in 2013.

Friday October 23, 2015 3:00pm - 3:50pm MDT
Mesa Verde C Ground Floor