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Saturday, October 29 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
All the Ways We Read

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Dead tree, audio, large print, Kindle, and more … how do we read, what technologies are involved, and what impact on the experience do the different formats have?


Hilari Bell

Hilari Bell writes SF and fantasy for kids and teens, and with 22 books published she thinks it should be getting easier, but it never does. Could that have something to do with her? Surely not.


Dr. Andrew Burt

Dr. Andrew Burt (www.ReAnimus.com), former SFWA VP, has lots of published SF; runs Preditors & Editors (defanging scammers); and herds Critters (www.critique.org), the first writers workshop on the web and home to other writers' resources. He's CEO of ReAnimus Press and Hugo-winning Advent Publishers, helping authors such as Ben Bova, Robert Silverberg, Ursula K. Le Guin, and Ed Bryant breathe life into great books. He's been a computer... Read More →

Rachael Tanger

Rachael Tanger wrote her first story at age five, heavily plagiarizing from Beatrix Potter. After that she wrote a lot of short stories and literary fiction until she discovered made-up spaceships and became a genre author. She was an English major at Purdue and studied writing at Vermont College. She reads, writes, and drinks coffee in Chicago.

Sarena Ulibarri

Sarena Ulibarri is editor-in-chief of World Weaver Press. Her short fiction has appeared in Lightspeed, Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, The Molotov Cocktail, and elsewhere. She is a graduate of the Clarion Fantasy and Science Fiction Writers' Workshop, and earned an M.F.A. from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Find more at sarenaulibarri.com.

Scott Tefoe

Scott Tefoe, one of those reading junkies who read cereal boxes every morning at breakfast, ended up working in the bookselling business later in life. Reading is one of Scott's passions; mainly fiction with a smattering of non-fiction—usually history or science/nature based. He is a fan of the classics, not the more contemporary ones, but Shakespeare, Homer, Euripides, Epicurus, etc. Scott prefers his fiction with a twist, encompassing but... Read More →

Saturday October 29, 2016 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Mesa Verde A Ground Floor