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Sunday, October 25 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Eulogies for the Lamented Departed

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We’ve all suffered losses, even if we’re not a Game of Thrones fan. From Old Yeller to Wash, Boromir to Dark Phoenix… our panelists will commemorate characters gone too soon. Audience members will have a chance to eulogize their favorites as well.

Moderators
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Melissa Koop

Melissa Koop is a professional library lady and wrangler of writing. When she’s not making sentences behave with her red pen, she can be found reading crime novels or sassing folks who misuse semi-colons. She is the editor of the young adult House of Phoenyx trilogy and the erotic... Read More →

Participants
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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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Jennifer Campbell-Hicks

Jennifer Campbell-Hicks is a writer, journalist, editor, wife, mother and lifelong fan of science fiction and fantasy. Her short fiction has been published in many places, including Galaxy’s Edge, Intergalactic Medicine Show, Nature and Daily Science Fiction. She blogs at jenni... Read More →
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Jessica Coyle

Jessica L. Coyle has attended conventions since she was a tween, and has participated in several costume contests. She earned her Master’s in Museum Education from The George Washington University, and currently works at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History. She serves as Bubonicon’s... Read More →
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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... Read More →
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Rob S. Rice

Ambassador from the Past
Rob S. Rice has long had a fascination with the histories of war, technology, and always the sea.  He has delivered papers before the American Philological Association, lectured at Annapolis and has taught subjects from Mythology to Roman History.  Before all THAT, he won the 1st... Read More →


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