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Friday, October 28 • 6:00pm - 6:50pm
The Second Time Around

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Our panel will remember books that changed or deepened when read at different stages and ages, and explore what qualities give a book that longevity.


Emily Hash

Emily Hash is the producer and official book reviewer for Beyond the Trope, a Denver-based podcast for nerds. She was an elementary school teacher for nine years before launching herself into the great unknown of a new career. She cannot live without books, tea, and a furry companion, preferably of the feline persuasion. She lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband, Giles, and their master, Edmund the cat.


A.G. Henley

A.G. Henley is a contributor to Wicked Ink Books' 2016 anthology, TICK TOCK: Seven Tales of Time, and the author of the Amazon best-selling Brilliant Darkness series. The first book in the series, The Scourge, was a 2016 Library Journal SELF-e Selection and a finalist for the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Award.  Also a clinical psychologist, when not writing fiction or shrinking heads, A.G. can be found herding her children and their... Read More →

Connie Willis

Connie Willis’ latest book is Crosstalk. Other works include The Best of Connie Willis, Blackout/All Clear (winner of Hugo, Nebula, and Locus Awards for best novel), Doomsday Book, To Say Nothing of the Dog, Bellwether, Passage, Remake, Fire Watch, Impossible Things, Miracle, Inside Job, D.A., The Winds of Marble Arch, and All About Emily. She has won 11 Hugos and seven Nebulas. First author to win Hugos and Nebulas in all four fiction... Read More →

J.L. Forrest

J.L. Forrest writes from the frosty mountains of Colorado, from the Old Country of Roma, Italia, and from the wet techno-forests of the Pacific Northwest. Published by Analog Science Fiction and Fact, Crossed Genres, the Robot Cowgirl Press, and others, Forrest's stories span humanist science fiction, space opera, fantasy, literature, and slipstream. Found on Twitter @WordForrest or online at http://jlforrest.com.

Marc MacYoung

Marc MacYoung—author of the "Writing Violence" series of e-booklets—spends most of his time in the realm of non-fiction. With over 25 published titles he's a leading expert in a rather unpleasant and dangerous topic. When he discovered he was considered a 'resource' for romance writers, he had to ask 'why?' The answer was, "Because you've lived the things we write about." (He's still trying to get his head around that one.) Based... Read More →

Friday October 28, 2016 6:00pm - 6:50pm
Wind River B Ground Floor