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Saturday, October 29 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Kiddie Kosplay: Dress Up Your Kid

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Costuming for kids—everything from cute baby costumes to getting your teenager in on your group cosplay. Share tips, tricks, trials, and errors.

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Meg Ward

Active Track Coordinator, MileHiCon
Meg Ward is a longtime science fiction enthusiast whose hobbies include roller derby, beer brewing, cryptography, convention running, and fiber arts. She resides in Denver with three cats, two geeks-in-training, and an equally geeky husband.

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Ian Brazee-Cannon

Ian Brazee-Cannon is a writer, film maker, game designer, podcaster, and father. His short stories have been published in The Fifth Di..., Wondrous Web Worlds, Forgotten Worlds, Tales of the Talisman, May-December Publications' anthology, Say Goodnight to the Bad Guy, and the shared world anthology, Taurin Tales. Ian has been working with Nomadic Delirium Press on supplements for the Ephemeris RPG. He is one of the founders and regular co-hosts... Read More →
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Melanie Unruh

Melanie Unruh is an artist and maker based in the Denver area specializing in decorative and functional pottery, and fantasy and historical sartorial arts. A lifelong fan of science fiction and fantasy literature, alternate worlds influence the styles and themes of her art. Currently focused on steampunk themes, Melanie is an instigator for the Denver Victorian & Steampunk Society. Inspirations are also drawn from other science fiction... Read More →
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Richard Blake

Richard Blake is a full-time father and part-time educator who spends his life embracing the bleeding and bludgeoning edges of both science fiction and science education. As his alter ego Dok Science, Richard designs and delivers scifi-inspired STEM and writing programs to local elementary and middle schoolers. Currently he is working on his STEMpunk initiative: a year-long makerspace, project-based, role-playing narrative adventure set in a... Read More →


Saturday October 29, 2016 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Chasm Creek B Second Floor