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Thursday, May 17 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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Often the best conversations at a convention are the ones that carry over after a panel. Here we have provided a space for authors, editors, agents, and our partners to share their expertise in intimate meetings.

Available topics this hour are:
  • Copyright, Licensing, Open Licensing, Creative Commons
  • Writing for Kids, Historical Research, Whimsy
  • Neuroscience
  • Psychology
  • Genetics
  • Partner/Spouse Roundtable
  • Supporting Your Writer
  • Trade Terms and More
  • Taking Care of (the) Business
  • Short Fiction, Novelettes, Novellas
  • Workshops, MFAs, Clarions
  • Research
  • Awards and Juries
  • Forteana and Weirdness
  • White Cane Training Exercises - we WILL be walking around
  • Disability inclusion
  • Editing non-fiction
  • Online Marketing: Websites, Blogs, and Email Lists
  • Self Publishing
  • Board Game Design
  • Book Design

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Michelle Appel

Working to connect partners and spouses of writers. I'm just here to set the table... (In my non-spouse role, I crunch data and implement software.)
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Vera Brook

Vera Brook is a neuroscientist turned science fiction & fantasy writer, braving the indie publishing route. Her debut novel, Sand Runner, was published in June 2017, and Cage Runner, book 2 in the series, followed in February 2018. She's also working on several short stories, but... Read More →
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Ellen Klages

Writer, self
I write historical fiction for middle grade readers and SF/F for adults. I have won multiple awards in both fields. I love research. I have played poker every Tuesday night for 35 years. I collect lead civilians and other odd, old toys. I sometimes give ultraviolet tours of my dining... Read More →
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Jo Miles

Jo Miles lives in Maryland and writes optimistic science fiction and fantasy. Their stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Analog, Fireside, and more.
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Todd Sanders

Director, Air and Nothingness Press
I have run my own press - Air and Nothingness Press - since 1997. I’ve published five books of the translated poetry of Robert Desnos, three of my own books of poetry and am now publishing the writing of Jamie Lackey and UK fantasy authors Steph Swainston and Jonathan L. Howard.I... Read More →
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Ethan Senack

Outreach and Policy Manager, Creative Commons USA
As Outreach and Policy Manager for Creative Commons USA, Ethan's focus is on crafting a message and strategy around open licensing, educating decision-makers about its potential, and expanding use of the Creative Commons licenses in the US. Previously at U.S. PIRG, Ethan worked as... Read More →

Elsa Sjunneson

Hugo, BFA and Aurora award winning editor Elsa Sjunneson is a Deafblind hurricane in a vintage dress. Her written work has appeared in CNN Opinion, Uncanny Magazine, Women of Marvel #1, and many other projects and venues. Being Seen, her debut memoir on media and disability releases... Read More →

Thursday May 17, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
Grand Ballroom