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Saturday, October 29 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Blind Submission: The Live Slush Panel

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Wonder what makes an editor stop reading a submission … or keep reading? Come hear a live slush panel as our panel of editors consider submitted manuscripts.

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Angie Hodapp

Angie Hodapp holds an MA in English and is a graduate of the Publishing Institute at the University of Denver. She is a 2012 Writers of the Future semifinalist and has taught writing for Writer's Digest University as well as at local writing conferences. She works at Nelson Literary Agency in Denver.

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Carol Hightshoe

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Small Press Publisher | Books, Bookmarks, Buttons | Carol Hightshoe—a native Texan—found her way to her current home in Colorado by way of a five-year detour in The Nederlands courtesy of the U.S. Air Force. An avid reader at a young age, her strong desire to write came from her love of Star Trek, which led her to the science fiction and fantasy genres. To learn more about Carol's writing, visit her website at... Read More →
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Dana Bell

Dana Bell enjoys writing regional tales and has lived many places including Massachusetts, Idaho, and Oregon. Currently residing in Colorado, many of her stories are set there and star the various cats she’s been owned by. Her works include her novels Winter Awakening and God’s Gift, a popular cat vampire short story series, and various other tales. She has edited several anthologies including Of Fur and Fire, Time Traveling... Read More →
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Edward Bryant

Edward Bryant has spent more than four decades as an award-winning writer of fiction and non-fiction, reviewer, teacher, screenwriter, editor, mentor, and friend of MileHiCon. A recipient of two Nebula Awards, he received the American Mystery Award for Best Critic in 1989. His oft-reprinted “While She Was Out” was adapted both for Lifetime Network (with Stephanie Zimbalist) and as a feature film with Oscar winner Kim Basinger. In... Read More →
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Patrick Swenson

Patrick Swenson edited Talebones Magazine for 14 years, and he still runs Fairwood Press, a book line, which began in 2000. A graduate of Clarion West, his first novel, The Ultra Thin Man, appeared from Tor in 2014. The sequel, The Ultra Big Sleep, appeared this summer. He has sold stories to the anthology Like Water for Quarks, and magazines such as Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Fantasy Magazine, Figment and others. He runs the Rainforest... Read More →
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Rachael Acks

Rachael Acks is a writer, geologist and dapper AF. Ze's written for Six to Start and been published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Daily Science Fiction and more. Rachael lives in Denver with zir two furry little bastards, where ze twirls zir mustache, watches movies, and bikes. For more information, see http://www.rachaelacks.com.


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