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Friday, October 28 • 7:00pm - 7:50pm
Is Space Really the Final Frontier?

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If space isn’t the final frontier, what is? The ocean’s depths, the human mind, unexplored genomes, something we have yet to discover?


Thea Hutcheson

Lois Tilton of Locus Magazine said Thea Hutcheson's work "is sensual, fertile, with seed quickening on every page. Well done..." As Thea Hutcheson, her work has appeared in such places as Hot Blood XI, Fatal Attractions, where her story, "Not a Meat Puppet, a Magic Puppet," garnered an Honorable Mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror: 17th Annual Collection; Baen's Universe Issue 4, Vol. 1, also reprinted in The Best of Jim Baen's... Read More →


Boom Baumgartner

Boom Baumgartner is the author of Dora's Jinx and The Death of Isreal Leventhal. She also writes about science fiction at ScienceFiction.com and LovingTheAlien.net.

David Dvorkin

David Dvorkin was born in England, lived in South Africa, and attended high school and college in the U.S. He now lives in Denver, Colorado. He has worked as an aerospace engineer, software developer, and technical writer. He is the author of a number of novels—science fiction, horror, mystery, and three Star Trek novels—as well as book-length non-fiction. In recent years, David has switched entirely from traditional publishing to... Read More →

Greg Hyde

Greg Hyde is a member of the Northern Colorado Writers Workshop (NCWW). He's been a finalist in the Writers of the Future contest and has seven honorable mentions in the St. Martin's Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror anthology. He's also appeared in the anthologies High Fantastic and Christmas Magic—a collaboration with Wil McCarthy—as well as the magazine Midnight Graffiti. His short story collection, Ezra by the Pound, was... Read More →

Lou J. Berger

Lou J. Berger lives in Denver with three kids, three Sheltie dogs and a kink-tailed cat with nefarious intent. He's an active member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, has been professionally published in short form and is writing his first novel, a non-genre YA book set in 1978s North Carolina. He is on the staff for the 2018 Westercon in Denver. His website can be found at: http://www.LouJBerger.com

Friday October 28, 2016 7:00pm - 7:50pm
Mesa Verde B Ground Floor