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Sunday, October 30 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
31 Flavors of Dystopia

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It’s not all nuclear-scorched post-apocalypses a la The Road; sometimes dystopia can be more subtle. From Fahrenheit 451 to V for Vendetta, The Windup Girl to The Hunger Games, what are different forms a dystopia can take?

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Richard Friesen

Richard Friesen's first novel, The Tower of Dreams, came out in January 2016. The second novel in the series, Oathbound Sisters, came out in August, and the third, An Uncivil War, is available for pre-sale now.

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Evangeline Denmark

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Evangeline Denmark writes fiction with hints of whimsy, glimmers of fantasy, and strokes of the supernatural. Her debut novel, Curio, was an RT Reviews Top Pick. USA Today called the world-building “two levels of genius.” A steampunk fantasy with shades of The Wild, Wild West and The Wizard of Oz, Curio sets coming-of-age and first love against a backdrop of steam-propelled greed and societal repression. Evangeline lives in Colorado... Read More →
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Eytan Kollin

Born when Star Trek was new, Eytan Kollin had a typical American public school education—pretending to learn from people pretending to teach. He indulged in other seminal activities for a future sci-fi author: role-playing games, drugs, sex, movies, TV, sex, and lots of reading science fiction. In a humorous turn of events, he became a public school teacher. Then his brother said, "Hey story man, we should write a book together.&rdquo... Read More →
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John Barnes

John Barnes has 31 commercially published and two self-published novels, some of them to his credit, along with hundreds of magazine articles, short stories, blog posts, and encyclopedia articles. Most of his life he has written professionally, and for much of it he has been some kind of teacher, and in between he has held a large number of odd jobs involving math, show business, politics, and marketing, which have more in common than you'd... Read More →
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Warren Hammond

Warren Hammond is known for his gritty, futuristic KOP series, of which the third book, KOP Killer, won the 2012 Colorado Book Award for best mystery. Warren's latest novel, Tides of Maritinia, released in December 2014. His first book independent of the KOP series, Tides is a spy novel set in a science fictional world. His stories have appeared in the Nightmares Unhinged and Crossing Colfax anthologies.


Sunday October 30, 2016 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Mesa Verde A Ground Floor