OryCon 27 Program Participant Index

As of November 2, 2005

Please note that this list is alphabetical by FIRST name.

A Chronological Program Listing is also available.

NOTE: This schedule is a work in progress!

AARON CURTIS
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon C
Gaming conventions: why attend?
AARON NABIL
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon C
Gaming conventions: why attend?
ALAN M. CLARK
Sat 11:00 am, Salon F (T3)
A Paintbrush in the Door: the Artist/Editor Relationship
Sat 12:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 12:00 Alan M. Clark - Elton T. Elliot
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 2:00 Alan M. Clark / 2:30 Ken Scholes
Sat 3:00 pm, Art Show
Tapping the Creative Well: Strange & Unexpected Inspirations
Sat 6:00 pm, Art Show
The Business of Art
ALAN OLSEN
Fri 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Supernatural TV: Why the new fad?
Fri 3:00 pm, Columbia Room
Bad SF movies you watch anyway. Come pick up a new recommendation or two, bring some of your own.
Fri 5:00 pm, Eugene
Best and worst of the summer films.
Fri 5:00 pm, Salon D
The web in 2015 - a look ahead
Fri 6:00 pm, Eugene
The web in 2015 - a look ahead
Sat 11:00 am, Salon B
How to work on a sci-fi con and remain sane
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Magic realism in film
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon B
The rating system for games: Is the violence too much for kids to handle?
Sun 10:00 am, Portland
"We`ve already lost Europe": Can liberal democracy resist Islam?
Sun 11:00 am, Portland
Protecting the Internet from censorship
AMY STERLING CASIL
Fri 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Building Near Historic Worlds
Fri 5:00 pm, Portland
What makes a strong character in SF?
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon D
The Bush administration and the demise of public education
Sat 10:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Balancing Writing with Family/Real Life -- Deadlines vs. diapers
Sat 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Writing fiction in collaboration
Sat 2:00 pm, Eugene
What do editors look for in a manuscript?
Sat 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Not my job: Does SF predict the future?
Sun 11:00 am, Salon B
Critiquing Writing - Why and How
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 1:00 Amy Sterling Casil
ANDREW M. ROSS
Fri 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
Introduction to filk
Fri 4:00 pm, Eugene
Media songs
Sat 5:00 pm, Eugene
Kinderfilk (mini-concert or concert set for children)
Sun 1:00 pm, Eugene
Harmony Workshop
ANDREW NISBET III
Fri 9:00 pm, Portland
Tales from the Columbia River Hotel years
Sat 11:00 am, Portland
Alternate History: What events were highly unlikely
Sat 8:00 pm, Salon C
Story Time with Uncle Andy
Sun 10:00 am, Portland
"We`ve already lost Europe": Can liberal democracy resist Islam?
Sun 12:00 pm, Portland
Alternate History: What events really would have made a difference?
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon A
Crying and Whining
ANINA 501 BENNETT
Fri 4:00 pm, Art Show
Anina Bennett: Artist G.O.H.Presentation
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sat 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Writing fiction in collaboration
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon A
Making Comics
Sat 6:00 pm, Columbia Room
Sex Toys of the Future: Will robotics and biotech make dating obsolete?
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Real World Utopias - Possible/Desirable?
ANTHONY PRYOR
Fri 3:00 pm, Columbia Room
Bad SF movies you watch anyway. Come pick up a new recommendation or two, bring some of your own.
Fri 5:00 pm, Eugene
Best and worst of the summer films.
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon B
Game Masters: the Good, the Bad, + the Ugly
Sat 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Bashing your way through: accurate portrayal of fights and battle scenes
Sat 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Serenity: Firefly Lives Again on the Big Screen
Sat 8:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line Is It, Anyway?
Sat 9:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line is it anyway? Part 2
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon B
How to write for the RPG industry
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon B
Geek Like Me: Gamer Culture, Tradition and Recent Events
APRIL V FAIRES
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon D
The Bush administration and the demise of public education
Sat 10:00 am, Eugene
Inventing Languages: Alien Linguistics
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon D
Wearable Art
ARLENE"CALLIE" HILLS
Sat 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
Jam in the key of R
Sat 5:00 pm, Eugene
Kinderfilk (mini-concert or concert set for children)
Sat 7:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concerts: Steve Dixon (7:00) / Callie Hills (7:30)
Sun 12:00 pm, Eugene
Filk classics
Sun 1:00 pm, Eugene
Harmony Workshop
BEN YALOW
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon D
Pros At Cons: Honored Guests or Hired Entertainers?
Sat 12:00 pm, Eugene
Running Conventions: Effective Internet Communications
Sat 4:00 pm, Portland
Fake lives and real crime: The dangers of cyberspace
Sun 11:00 am, Salon A
Re-writing our Past: Alternate histories
Sun 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Are ethics different in cyberspace? - Should they be?
BETTY BIGELOW
Fri 3:00 pm, Columbia Room
Bad SF movies you watch anyway. Come pick up a new recommendation or two, bring some of your own.
Fri 5:00 pm, Salon C
Elvish Pick-Up Lines
Sat 10:00 am, Eugene
Inventing Languages: Alien Linguistics
Sun 11:00 am, Salon D
Costuming as an Addiction/Lifestyle -Confessions of costumers and those who love them.
Sun 12:00 pm, Art Show
Art Auction
Sun 1:00 pm, Art Show
Art Auction
BRENNA SHARP
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon C
Props from Junk
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon B
99 cent costume workshop and competition
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon A
Scary Elements in Costume Design -Why do Darth, Xenopmorphs and Cenobites scare you.
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Texture in costume
BRIAN HERBERT
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon C
Tapping the creative process
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sat 1:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
GOH Presentation: Herbert/Anderson - DUNE
Sat 4:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 4:00 Brian Herbert - K.J. Anderson
Sat 5:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 5:00 Brian Herbert / 5:30 Rebecca Moesta
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon A
Are Writers, Artists, etc., really crazier than"normal" people?
BRIDGET LANDRY
Fri 6:00 pm, Salon D
Making an original costume: What you need to get started
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon D
Costuming 101: Pattern bashing for beginners
Sun 11:00 am, Salon D
Costuming as an Addiction/Lifestyle -Confessions of costumers and those who love them.
BRUCE TAYLOR
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon C
Tapping the creative process
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon C
KAFKA’S UNCLE AND OTHER STRANGE TALES - Book Launch
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Exploring modern magical realism
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Magical realism - contempory, fantasy, or fabulist fiction?
CECILIA A. ENG
Fri 12:00 pm, Salon D
Harry Potter: How will it end?
Fri 7:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concerts: Rhianon Louve (7:00 pm) / Cecilia Eng (7:30pm)
Fri 8:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concert: Frank Hayes (8:00 pm) / Cecilia Eng (8:30)
Sat 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
Jam in the key of R
Sat 1:00 pm, Portland
When Christianity and Islam die, what will replace them?
Sat 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Serenity: Firefly Lives Again on the Big Screen
Sun 12:00 pm, Eugene
Filk classics
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon B
When Help is `Just a phone call away` and you don`t have phones: How fragile are our lifelines? What can we can we learn from Katrina?
CHRISTINA F. YORK
Sat 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Writing fiction in collaboration
Sat 12:00 pm, Portland
Writing for Young Adults and Bringing in the new readers
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 1:00 P. Irene Radford / 1:30 Christina F. York
Sat 3:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 3:00 Dianna Rodgers - Christina F. York
Sat 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Serenity: Firefly Lives Again on the Big Screen
Sun 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
How to write media fiction.
Sun 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
Writing As a Business: Keeping Track of the Numbers
CRAIG ENGLISH
Fri 6:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 5:00 John Bunnell / 5:30 Craig English
Sat 10:00 am, Salon F (T3)
Nice Guys, Bastards and Soulful Men : The Psychology of the Male Character
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Co-authoring: The Art of Collaboration
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
How to do a fantastic reading
DAN C. DUVAL
Fri 3:00 pm, Columbia Room
Bad SF movies you watch anyway. Come pick up a new recommendation or two, bring some of your own.
Fri 4:00 pm, Portland
"I made that run in 2 parsecs": Bad science in SF
Sat 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Bashing your way through: accurate portrayal of fights and battle scenes
Sat 4:00 pm, Portland
Fake lives and real crime: The dangers of cyberspace
Sun 12:00 pm, Portland
Alternate History: What events really would have made a difference?
DAN DUBRICK
Sat 12:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
The rest of the world`s last year in space/Japanese Space Program. What they`ve done, what they are doing, what they have planned.
Sun 10:00 am, Salon D
The rest of the world`s last year in space/Japanese Space Program. What they`ve done, what they are doing, what they have planned.
DAVID HOWELL
Fri 3:00 pm, Salon D
Game Design 101
Sat 10:00 am, Salon F (T1)
Flash fiction: What can you say in 500 words (and why should you try)?
Sat 11:00 am, Salon B
How to work on a sci-fi con and remain sane
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon A
Practical privacy in the electronic age
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon B
`Want to Play a Game?` Teaching Other People to Play
DAVID LOHKAMP
Fri 5:00 pm, Columbia Room
Battlestar Galactica: I thought Starbuck was a guy?
Fri 10:00 pm, Salon D
Pagan Circle
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon B
Game Masters: the Good, the Bad, + the Ugly
Sat 10:00 pm, Salon D
Pagan Circle
DAVID SCHABER
Fri 9:00 pm, Portland
Tales from the Columbia River Hotel years
Sat 12:00 pm, Eugene
Running Conventions: Effective Internet Communications
Sat 2:00 pm, Art Show
Digital Art - Art in electronic medium
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon A
Crying and Whining
DAVID W. GOLDMAN
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon D
How to write about something you don`t really know about
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon C
Tapping the creative process
Fri 5:00 pm, Portland
What makes a strong character in SF?
Sat 11:00 am, Autograph table
Autographs 11:00 Michael L. Wentz - David W. Goldman; 11:30 Rebecca Moesta - P. Irene Radford
Sat 1:00 pm, Eugene
Translating Technospeak: Explaining Science to Non-Scientists
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 4:00 David W. Goldman / 4:30 Lizzy Shannon
Sun 11:00 am, Salon B
Critiquing Writing - Why and How
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon A
Stop procrastinating and just write
DEVON MONK
Sat 10:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Balancing Writing with Family/Real Life -- Deadlines vs. diapers
Sat 11:00 pm, Salon C
Midnight Horror Readings II
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 12:00 Devon Monk / 12:30 Elton T. Elliot
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon A
Stop procrastinating and just write
DIANNA RODGERS
Sat 10:00 am, Salon C
Reading: 10:30 Dianna Rodgers
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon D
Stress and the creative lifestyle
Sat 2:00 pm, Portland
Portraying workplaces in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sat 3:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 3:00 Dianna Rodgers - Christina F. York
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Inside the Villian`s Mind
Sat 11:00 pm, Salon C
Midnight Horror Readings II
Sun 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Scum and Villainy: The bad guys
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon A
Stop procrastinating and just write
DONNA MCMAHON
Fri 5:00 pm, Portland
What makes a strong character in SF?
Sat 11:00 am, Salon C
Reading: 11:00 Renee Stern / 11:30 Donna McMahon
Sat 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
The City as Character
Sat 2:00 pm, Portland
Portraying workplaces in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sat 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Not my job: Does SF predict the future?
Sun 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Scum and Villainy: The bad guys
DOROTHY CORDOCHOREA
Sat 10:00 am, Salon F (T2)
Fine Jewelry as Art
DRESDEN LIAM MOSS
Sat 1:00 pm, Art Show
Beyond technique: getting the message and emotion into a piece of art.
Sat 4:00 pm, Art Show
Art Jam - Everybody Draws
EDWARD MARTIN III
Fri 7:00 pm, Eugene
The splatter effect: are gore and violence a substitute for horror?
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon D
Polyamory
Sat 8:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line Is It, Anyway?
Sat 9:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line is it anyway? Part 2
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon A
Ultra Low Budget Film Making
ELIZABETH C FELLOWS
Fri 12:00 pm, Salon D
Harry Potter: How will it end?
Sat 11:00 am, Salon F (T2)
Beaded netting on Fabric
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon D
Fabric manipulation-How to twist, dye, stitch, fold, pleat and otherwise bully your fabric into submission.
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon D
Fabric manipulation-How to twist, dye, stitch, fold, pleat and otherwise bully your fabric into submission.2
Sun 11:00 am, Salon D
Costuming as an Addiction/Lifestyle -Confessions of costumers and those who love them.
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon D
Wearable Art
ELTON T. ELLIOT
Fri 12:00 pm, Salon D
Harry Potter: How will it end?
Fri 5:00 pm, Eugene
Best and worst of the summer films.
Sat 12:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 12:00 Alan M. Clark - Elton T. Elliot
Sat 11:00 pm, Salon C
Midnight Horror Readings II
Sun 10:00 am, Portland
"We`ve already lost Europe": Can liberal democracy resist Islam?
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 12:00 Devon Monk / 12:30 Elton T. Elliot
FRANK HAYES
Fri 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
Introduction to filk
Fri 8:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concert: Frank Hayes (8:00 pm) / Cecilia Eng (8:30)
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon A
Practical privacy in the electronic age
Sat 1:00 pm, Eugene
Translating Technospeak: Explaining Science to Non-Scientists
Sat 4:00 pm, Portland
Fake lives and real crime: The dangers of cyberspace
Sat 5:00 pm, Eugene
Kinderfilk (mini-concert or concert set for children)
Sun 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
The Closet Luddite`s Revenge: Why we don`t use computers
G. SCOTT HECKENLIVELY
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Magic realism in film
Sun 11:00 am, Art Show
My inspiration - My art: Why I did what I did
GARETH VON KALLENBACH
Sat 5:00 pm, Salon A
Films of 2006 - 2008 (1)
Sat 6:00 pm, Salon A
Films of 2006 - 2008 (2)
GERALD DAVID NORDLEY
Fri 2:00 pm, Salon C
When is enough research too much?
Fri 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Murdering stemcells and frankenfood: modern biology and the far left and right
Fri 5:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
What impact does technology really have on history
Sat 10:00 am, Eugene
Inventing Languages: Alien Linguistics
Sat 1:00 pm, Eugene
Translating Technospeak: Explaining Science to Non-Scientists
Sat 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Not my job: Does SF predict the future?
Sat 5:00 pm, Portland
Globalism and outsourcing: economic oppression or the emerging world culture
Sun 11:00 am, Salon C
Reading: 11:00 Gerald David Nordley
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Fear of the future: Is science fiction too conservative?
GLENN SLATE
Fri 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Murdering stemcells and frankenfood: modern biology and the far left and right
Fri 5:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
What impact does technology really have on history
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon A
Practical privacy in the electronic age
Sat 4:00 pm, Portland
Fake lives and real crime: The dangers of cyberspace
Sat 5:00 pm, Portland
Globalism and outsourcing: economic oppression or the emerging world culture
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon D
Polyamory
Sun 11:00 am, Portland
Protecting the Internet from censorship
Sun 12:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Boffers!:
Sun 1:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Boffers!: 1
GREG GORDEN
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon C
Gaming conventions: why attend?
Fri 3:00 pm, Salon D
Game Design 101
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon D
Stress and the creative lifestyle
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon B
`Want to Play a Game?` Teaching Other People to Play
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Games; Threat or Menace? Games, pop culture and politics
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon B
The rating system for games: Is the violence too much for kids to handle?
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon B
How to write for the RPG industry
Sun 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Stupidity as a plot mechanism - But, NO!! We have to go back for Fluffy!!
GUY LETOURNEAU
Fri 9:00 pm, Salon D
Fanfic Fake Trailers
Sat 11:00 am, Portland
Alternate History: What events were highly unlikely
Sat 2:00 pm, Art Show
Digital Art - Art in electronic medium
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Making Navigation Instruments
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Rebuilding Lost Technologies
Sat 6:00 pm, Eugene
Do you need to meet your teacher?: online education
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon B
How to make AMVs and other music videos
Sat 8:00 pm, Salon B
How to Make AMVs and other Music Videos 2
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon D
Anime music video parody trailers
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon D
General and Comedy AMVs
Sun 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
The Closet Luddite`s Revenge: Why we don`t use computers
HOWARD L. DAVIDSON
Fri 4:00 pm, Portland
"I made that run in 2 parsecs": Bad science in SF
Sat 1:00 pm, Eugene
Translating Technospeak: Explaining Science to Non-Scientists
Sat 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Not my job: Does SF predict the future?
Sat 6:00 pm, Columbia Room
Sex Toys of the Future: Will robotics and biotech make dating obsolete?
Sun 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
The Closet Luddite`s Revenge: Why we don`t use computers
J. STEVEN YORK
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon D
Stress and the creative lifestyle
Sat 1:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 1:00 J. Steven York
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 3:00 Jean Lamb / 3:30 J. Steven York
JAMES RAPSON
Sat 10:00 am, Salon F (T3)
Nice Guys, Bastards and Soulful Men : The Psychology of the Male Character
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Co-authoring: The Art of Collaboration
JANET BORKOWSKI
Fri 6:00 pm, Salon D
Making an original costume: What you need to get started
Sat 11:00 am, Salon D
Period costumes beyond Victorian and medieval: Why don`t we see more eras?
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon D
Fabric manipulation-How to twist, dye, stitch, fold, pleat and otherwise bully your fabric into submission.
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon D
Fabric manipulation-How to twist, dye, stitch, fold, pleat and otherwise bully your fabric into submission.2
JEAN LAMB
Fri 7:00 pm, Portland
The Creative Lifestyle and Stress
Sat 11:00 am, Art Show
I`m not bad--I just draw that way. Why Royalty Free Clip Art is Your Friend.
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Electronic fanzines and other time-sinks
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 3:00 Jean Lamb / 3:30 J. Steven York
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon D
Women and Gaming - is it just a testosterone fest?
JEFF STURGEON
Sat 1:00 pm, Art Show
Beyond technique: getting the message and emotion into a piece of art.
Sat 4:00 pm, Art Show
Art Jam - Everybody Draws
JEFF, C GOETZ
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 3:00 Jeff C Goetz
JENNIFER ROSENBERG
Fri 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
Introduction to filk
Fri 3:00 pm, Salon C
Old Filk Remedies (tips/tricks for improving your singing voice)
Sat 5:00 pm, Eugene
Kinderfilk (mini-concert or concert set for children)
Sun 1:00 pm, Eugene
Harmony Workshop
Sun 2:00 pm, Eugene
Songwriting workshop
JIM FISCUS
Fri 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Building Near Historic Worlds
Fri 5:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
What impact does technology really have on history
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon F
Endeavour Awards Ceremony (doors open at 7:30)
Sat 11:00 am, Portland
Alternate History: What events were highly unlikely
Sat 1:00 pm, Portland
When Christianity and Islam die, what will replace them?
Sat 4:00 pm, Eugene
How Quinine Changed the World (Medicine & History)
Sun 11:00 am, Salon A
Re-writing our Past: Alternate histories
Sun 12:00 pm, Portland
Alternate History: What events really would have made a difference?
JOHN C. BUNNELL
Fri 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
Introduction to filk
Fri 6:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 5:00 John Bunnell / 5:30 Craig English
Sat 10:00 am, Salon F (T1)
Flash fiction: What can you say in 500 words (and why should you try)?
Sat 12:00 pm, Portland
Writing for Young Adults and Bringing in the new readers
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Electronic fanzines and other time-sinks
Sun 11:00 am, Salon B
Critiquing Writing - Why and How
JOHN VERNON HEDTKE
Sat 10:00 am, Salon A
Why I blog
Sat 6:00 pm, Portland
Filk: TBA (6;00) / John Hedke (6:30)
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon A
Are Writers, Artists, etc., really crazier than"normal" people?
Sat 9:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concert Hedtke/ Filking: Chaos Circle
Sun 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
Writing As a Business: Keeping Track of the Numbers
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon D
Editing 101 -- What they do + Why, explaining the inexplicable
JUDITH R. CONLY
Fri 7:00 pm, Eugene
The splatter effect: are gore and violence a substitute for horror?
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon D
Stress and the creative lifestyle
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon A
Sci-Fi and Fantasy in theater
Sat 6:00 pm, Eugene
Do you need to meet your teacher?: online education
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon A
Stop procrastinating and just write
Sun 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Stupidity as a plot mechanism - But, NO!! We have to go back for Fluffy!!
JULIE ZETTERBERG
Sat 11:00 am, Salon D
Period costumes beyond Victorian and medieval: Why don`t we see more eras?
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon B
99 cent costume workshop and competition
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon D
Costuming 101: Pattern bashing for beginners
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon A
Scary Elements in Costume Design -Why do Darth, Xenopmorphs and Cenobites scare you.
KAILEA ROSENBERG
Sat 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
Jam in the key of R
Sat 5:00 pm, Eugene
Kinderfilk (mini-concert or concert set for children)
KARIN WALLER
Sun 10:00 am, Salon F
Do you miss Steve Barnes? - Yoga with Karin Waller
KARYN HOFFERT
Sat 10:00 am, Salon B
Mask making with Karyn - make your own mask (all ages)
KEN SCHOLES
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon D
How to write about something you don`t really know about
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon C
Tapping the creative process
Fri 5:00 pm, Columbia Room
Battlestar Galactica: I thought Starbuck was a guy?
Sat 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
The City as Character
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 2:00 Alan M. Clark / 2:30 Ken Scholes
KEVIN J. ANDERSON
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon D
Pros At Cons: Honored Guests or Hired Entertainers?
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sat 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Writing fiction in collaboration
Sat 1:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
GOH Presentation: Herbert/Anderson - DUNE
Sat 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
GOH Presentation: Things I wish some pro had told me when I was just starting out
Sat 4:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 4:00 Brian Herbert - K.J. Anderson
Sat 6:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 6:00 Kevin J. Anderson
Sun 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
Writing As a Business: Keeping Track of the Numbers
KEVIN STANDLEE
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon D
Pros At Cons: Honored Guests or Hired Entertainers?
Sat 11:00 am, Salon B
How to work on a sci-fi con and remain sane
Sat 12:00 pm, Eugene
Running Conventions: Effective Internet Communications
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
How to start a fan group and keep it going
L. KIRSTEN MCELLIGOTT
Fri 5:00 pm, Art Show
Drawing what you see
Sat 1:00 pm, Art Show
Beyond technique: getting the message and emotion into a piece of art.
Sat 3:00 pm, Art Show
Tapping the Creative Well: Strange & Unexpected Inspirations
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon D
Wearable Art
L. PIERCE LUDKE
Sat 1:00 pm, Art Show
Beyond technique: getting the message and emotion into a piece of art.
Sat 3:00 pm, Art Show
Tapping the Creative Well: Strange & Unexpected Inspirations
Sun 11:00 am, Art Show
My inspiration - My art: Why I did what I did
LAURA MAJERUS
Fri 5:00 pm, Salon D
The web in 2015 - a look ahead
Fri 6:00 pm, Eugene
The web in 2015 - a look ahead
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon A
Practical privacy in the electronic age
Sat 4:00 pm, Portland
Fake lives and real crime: The dangers of cyberspace
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Thought control, theory and practices
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Real World Utopias - Possible/Desirable?
LIZZY SHANNON
Sat 2:00 pm, Eugene
What do editors look for in a manuscript?
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 4:00 David W. Goldman / 4:30 Lizzy Shannon
LOUISE OWEN
Fri 6:00 pm, Salon D
Making an original costume: What you need to get started
Fri 10:00 pm, Salon D
Pagan Circle
Sat 11:00 am, Salon D
Period costumes beyond Victorian and medieval: Why don`t we see more eras?
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon A
Practical privacy in the electronic age
Sat 10:00 pm, Salon D
Pagan Circle
Sun 11:00 am, Salon D
Costuming as an Addiction/Lifestyle -Confessions of costumers and those who love them.
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Magical realism - contempory, fantasy, or fabulist fiction?
M.K. HOBSON
Sat 10:00 am, Salon A
Why I blog
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon D
Stress and the creative lifestyle
Sat 3:00 pm, Eugene
Food in SF
Sat 5:00 pm, Portland
Globalism and outsourcing: economic oppression or the emerging world culture
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon C
Broad Universe - Readings
Sun 11:00 am, Salon A
Re-writing our Past: Alternate histories
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon A
Stop procrastinating and just write
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 2:00 Mike Shepherd Moscoe / 2:30 M.K. Hobson
MADELEINE ROBINS
Fri 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Perverting historical fiction: altering the past to support a political agenda.
Fri 5:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
What impact does technology really have on history
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 12:00 Madeleine Robins / 12:30 Richard A. Lovett
Sat 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
The City as Character
Sat 2:00 pm, Portland
Portraying workplaces in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sat 4:00 pm, Eugene
How Quinine Changed the World (Medicine & History)
Sat 8:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line Is It, Anyway?
Sat 9:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line is it anyway? Part 2
Sun 1:00 pm, Portland
Sustaining fantasy elements in a modern setting
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Magical realism - contempory, fantasy, or fabulist fiction?
MARC OWEN TURLEY
Fri 5:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
What impact does technology really have on history
Sat 5:00 pm, Portland
Globalism and outsourcing: economic oppression or the emerging world culture
Sat 6:00 pm, Eugene
Do you need to meet your teacher?: online education
Sun 11:00 am, Portland
Protecting the Internet from censorship
MARC WELLS
Sat 5:00 pm, Salon B
Improv `do it yourself Whose line is it anyway` (90 mins)
Sat 6:00 pm, Salon B
Improv `do it yourself Whose line is it anyway (90 mins) pt 2
Sat 9:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line is it anyway? Part 2
MARGARET A ORGAN-KEAN
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon D
Pros At Cons: Honored Guests or Hired Entertainers?
Fri 7:00 pm, Portland
The Creative Lifestyle and Stress
Sat 12:00 pm, Eugene
Running Conventions: Effective Internet Communications
Sat 3:00 pm, Art Show
Tapping the Creative Well: Strange & Unexpected Inspirations
Sat 5:00 pm, Art Show
Selling the Offspring: Your Emotional Investment in Your Art and How Much do You Charge for It?
Sat 6:00 pm, Art Show
The Business of Art
MARGARET FORSYTHE
Fri 7:00 pm, Portland
The Creative Lifestyle and Stress
Sat 10:00 am, Portland
Christian Fandom
Sat 11:00 am, Portland
Alternate History: What events were highly unlikely
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
How to start a fan group and keep it going
MARILYN HOLT
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon F
Endeavour Awards Ceremony (doors open at 7:30)
Sat 11:00 am, Portland
Alternate History: What events were highly unlikely
Sat 1:00 pm, Eugene
Translating Technospeak: Explaining Science to Non-Scientists
Sat 3:00 pm, Portland
Medieval history
Sat 4:00 pm, Eugene
How Quinine Changed the World (Medicine & History)
MARK DAKINS
Fri 4:00 pm, Portland
"I made that run in 2 parsecs": Bad science in SF
Fri 7:00 pm, Eugene
The splatter effect: are gore and violence a substitute for horror?
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Best fantasy and sf for children
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon B
fun with high voltage
Sun 10:00 am, Salon C
Meteorites
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon B
lego robotics
MARK J. FERRARI
Sat 10:00 am, Art Show
Colored Pencil Demo
Sat 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
The City as Character
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Inside the Villian`s Mind
Sun 1:00 pm, Portland
Sustaining fantasy elements in a modern setting
MARY OLSEN
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon A
Dealers` Storage 8 a.m. until done.
Sat 11:00 am, Salon B
How to work on a sci-fi con and remain sane
Sat 3:00 pm, Portland
Medieval history
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon D
Women and Gaming - is it just a testosterone fest?
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon A
Crying and Whining
MARYBETH O`HALLORAN
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon A
How to remain sucessfully underpuplished
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon A
Are Writers, Artists, etc., really crazier than"normal" people?
Sun 11:00 am, Salon B
Critiquing Writing - Why and How
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon D
Editing 101 -- What they do + Why, explaining the inexplicable
MICHAEL L. WENTZ
Sat 11:00 am, Autograph table
Autographs 11:00 Michael L. Wentz - David W. Goldman; 11:30 Rebecca Moesta - P. Irene Radford
MICHELLE DOCKREY
Sat 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
Jam in the key of R
Sat 2:00 pm, Columbia Room
MAIN CONCERT: Escape Key
Sun 12:00 pm, Eugene
Filk classics
Sun 1:00 pm, Eugene
Harmony Workshop
Sun 2:00 pm, Eugene
Songwriting workshop
MIKE SHEPHERD MOSCOE
Fri 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Murdering stemcells and frankenfood: modern biology and the far left and right
Fri 5:00 pm, Portland
What makes a strong character in SF?
Sat 1:00 pm, Portland
When Christianity and Islam die, what will replace them?
Sat 2:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 2:30 Mike Sheperd Moscoe - S. D. Perry
Sat 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Not my job: Does SF predict the future?
Sat 6:00 pm, Columbia Room
Sex Toys of the Future: Will robotics and biotech make dating obsolete?
Sun 10:00 am, Portland
"We`ve already lost Europe": Can liberal democracy resist Islam?
Sun 12:00 pm, Portland
Alternate History: What events really would have made a difference?
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 2:00 Mike Shepherd Moscoe / 2:30 M.K. Hobson
MONICA ROXBURGH
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Easy professional-quality masks
Sat 6:00 pm, Art Show
The Business of Art
NEWSOM TED
Fri 3:00 pm, Art Show
Using Your Imagination to Write and Draw
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon D
The Bush administration and the demise of public education
Sat 1:00 pm, Portland
When Christianity and Islam die, what will replace them?
Sat 2:00 pm, Eugene
What do editors look for in a manuscript?
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Grammar? Aww, That`s for Chumps
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon F (T3)
Thought control, theory and practices
P. IRENE RADFORD
Fri 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Supernatural TV: Why the new fad?
Fri 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Perverting historical fiction: altering the past to support a political agenda.
Fri 5:00 pm, Columbia Room
Battlestar Galactica: I thought Starbuck was a guy?
Sat 11:00 am, Autograph table
Autographs 11:00 Michael L. Wentz - David W. Goldman; 11:30 Rebecca Moesta - P. Irene Radford
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 1:00 P. Irene Radford / 1:30 Christina F. York
Sat 2:00 pm, Eugene
What do editors look for in a manuscript?
Sat 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Serenity: Firefly Lives Again on the Big Screen
Sun 11:00 am, Salon B
Critiquing Writing - Why and How
PATRICK J. SWENSEN
Sat 2:00 pm, Eugene
What do editors look for in a manuscript?
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon D
Editing 101 -- What they do + Why, explaining the inexplicable
PATTY WELLS
Fri 9:00 pm, Portland
Tales from the Columbia River Hotel years
Sat 11:00 am, Eugene
Orycon Hotel:"you sold our what??"
Sat 6:00 pm, Eugene
Do you need to meet your teacher?: online education
PAUL GUINAN
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon D
Pros At Cons: Honored Guests or Hired Entertainers?
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sat 11:00 am, Salon F (T3)
A Paintbrush in the Door: the Artist/Editor Relationship
Sat 12:00 pm, Art Show
Paul Guinan: Artist G.O.H.Presentation
Sat 4:00 pm, Portland
Fake lives and real crime: The dangers of cyberspace
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon A
Art: Erotic or Pornographic?
PHOENIX TURLEY
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Poetry and Prose
Sat 2:00 pm, Art Show
Digital Art - Art in electronic medium
Sun 11:00 am, Portland
Protecting the Internet from censorship
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Rendering Photography to Art Media
Sun 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Are ethics different in cyberspace? - Should they be?
REBECCA MOESTA
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon D
Pros At Cons: Honored Guests or Hired Entertainers?
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sat 10:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Balancing Writing with Family/Real Life -- Deadlines vs. diapers
Sat 11:00 am, Autograph table
Autographs 11:00 Michael L. Wentz - David W. Goldman; 11:30 Rebecca Moesta - P. Irene Radford
Sat 12:00 pm, Portland
Writing for Young Adults and Bringing in the new readers
Sat 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
GOH Presentation: Things I wish some pro had told me when I was just starting out
Sat 5:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 5:00 Brian Herbert / 5:30 Rebecca Moesta
Sun 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
How to write media fiction.
Sun 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
Writing As a Business: Keeping Track of the Numbers
Sun 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Are ethics different in cyberspace? - Should they be?
REBECCA NEASON
Fri 2:00 pm, Salon C
When is enough research too much?
Fri 4:00 pm, Portland
"I made that run in 2 parsecs": Bad science in SF
Sat 12:00 pm, Portland
Writing for Young Adults and Bringing in the new readers
Sat 2:00 pm, Portland
Portraying workplaces in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sun 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Stupidity as a plot mechanism - But, NO!! We have to go back for Fluffy!!
RENEE STERN
Fri 2:00 pm, Salon C
When is enough research too much?
Fri 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Building Near Historic Worlds
Sat 11:00 am, Salon C
Reading: 11:00 Renee Stern / 11:30 Donna McMahon
Sat 3:00 pm, Portland
Medieval history
Sun 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Scum and Villainy: The bad guys
Sun 1:00 pm, Portland
Sustaining fantasy elements in a modern setting
RHIANNON LOUVE
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon C
Gaming conventions: why attend?
Fri 3:00 pm, Salon D
Game Design 101
Fri 7:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concerts: Rhianon Louve (7:00 pm) / Cecilia Eng (7:30pm)
Sat 3:00 pm, Portland
Medieval history
Sat 4:00 pm, Salon D
Women and Gaming - is it just a testosterone fest?
Sat 6:00 pm, Columbia Room
Sex Toys of the Future: Will robotics and biotech make dating obsolete?
Sun 1:00 pm, Portland
Sustaining fantasy elements in a modern setting
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon A
Art: Erotic or Pornographic?
RICHARD A. LOVETT
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon D
How to write about something you don`t really know about
Fri 4:00 pm, Portland
"I made that run in 2 parsecs": Bad science in SF
Fri 5:00 pm, Portland
What makes a strong character in SF?
Sat 12:00 pm, Salon C
Reading: 12:00 Madeleine Robins / 12:30 Richard A. Lovett
Sat 2:00 pm, Portland
Portraying workplaces in Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sat 3:00 pm, Eugene
Food in SF
RICHARD PURTILL
Fri 2:00 pm, Salon C
When is enough research too much?
Fri 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Building Near Historic Worlds
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon A
Sci-Fi and Fantasy in theater
Sat 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Bashing your way through: accurate portrayal of fights and battle scenes
Sun 11:00 am, Salon A
Re-writing our Past: Alternate histories
Sun 12:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Mining world cultures
RICK LINDSLEY
Fri 7:00 pm, Eugene
The splatter effect: are gore and violence a substitute for horror?
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon B
Game Masters: the Good, the Bad, + the Ugly
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Digital quicksand: Changing data to match an agenda
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon A
Are Writers, Artists, etc., really crazier than"normal" people?
Sun 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Are ethics different in cyberspace? - Should they be?
ROBIN CATESBY
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon A
Sci-Fi and Fantasy in theater
RORY A. MILLER
Fri 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Perverting historical fiction: altering the past to support a political agenda.
Fri 7:00 pm, Eugene
The splatter effect: are gore and violence a substitute for horror?
Sat 9:00 am, Salon F
Do you miss Steve Barnes? - Basic Martial Arts Exercise
Sat 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Bashing your way through: accurate portrayal of fights and battle scenes
Sat 5:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Police policies on use of force
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon A
Are Writers, Artists, etc., really crazier than"normal" people?
S.D. PERRY
Sat 10:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Balancing Writing with Family/Real Life -- Deadlines vs. diapers
Sat 12:00 pm, Portland
Writing for Young Adults and Bringing in the new readers
Sat 2:00 pm, Autograph table
Autographs 2:30 Mike Sheperd Moscoe - S. D. Perry
Sun 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
How to write media fiction.
SARA A. MUELLER
Fri 1:00 pm, Salon D
How to write about something you don`t really know about
Fri 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Building Near Historic Worlds
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon F
Endeavour Awards Ceremony (doors open at 7:30)
Sat 10:00 am, Eugene
Inventing Languages: Alien Linguistics
Sat 11:00 am, Portland
Alternate History: What events were highly unlikely
Sat 3:00 pm, Eugene
Food in SF
Sun 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Scum and Villainy: The bad guys
Sun 12:00 pm, Portland
Alternate History: What events really would have made a difference?
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon F (T2)
Mythology -- Common roots for uncommon beings and subjects
SEAN WELLS
Sat 5:00 pm, Salon B
Improv `do it yourself Whose line is it anyway` (90 mins)
Sat 6:00 pm, Salon B
Improv `do it yourself Whose line is it anyway (90 mins) pt 2
SHANE SAUBY
Fri 5:00 pm, Eugene
Best and worst of the summer films.
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon D
The Bush administration and the demise of public education
Sat 1:00 pm, Eugene
Translating Technospeak: Explaining Science to Non-Scientists
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon B
`Want to Play a Game?` Teaching Other People to Play
Sat 4:00 pm, Columbia Room
Serenity: Firefly Lives Again on the Big Screen
Sat 6:00 pm, Eugene
Do you need to meet your teacher?: online education
SHEILA SIMONSON
Fri 4:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Building Near Historic Worlds
Fri 7:00 pm, Salon F
Endeavour Awards Ceremony (doors open at 7:30)
Sat 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Writing fiction in collaboration
Sat 3:00 pm, Portland
Medieval history
Sun 11:00 am, Salon B
Critiquing Writing - Why and How
SHYRL HESTER
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon A
Crying and Whining
SONIA ORIN LYRIS
Fri 10:00 pm, Eugene
Flirting 101: Beginning Flirting
Sat 9:00 am, Salon F
Do you miss Steve Barnes? - Basic Martial Arts Exercise
Sat 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Bashing your way through: accurate portrayal of fights and battle scenes
Sat 10:00 pm, Eugene
Flirting 301: Intermediate Flirting
Sun 12:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Boffers!:
Sun 1:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Boffers!: 1
Sun 3:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Are ethics different in cyberspace? - Should they be?
STEVE PERRY
Sat 10:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Balancing Writing with Family/Real Life -- Deadlines vs. diapers
Sat 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Writing fiction in collaboration
Sat 1:00 pm, Columbia Room
The City as Character
Sun 11:00 am, Mt. Hood Room
Scum and Villainy: The bad guys
Sun 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
How to write media fiction.
Sun 2:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Stupidity as a plot mechanism - But, NO!! We have to go back for Fluffy!!
STEVEN, E DIXON
Sat 5:00 pm, Eugene
Kinderfilk (mini-concert or concert set for children)
Sat 7:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk Concerts: Steve Dixon (7:00) / Callie Hills (7:30)
SUE RENHARD
Fri 10:00 pm, Salon D
Pagan Circle
Sat 12:00 pm, Eugene
Running Conventions: Effective Internet Communications
Sat 1:00 pm, Salon D
Costuming 101: Pattern bashing for beginners
Sat 2:00 pm, Salon D
Fabric manipulation-How to twist, dye, stitch, fold, pleat and otherwise bully your fabric into submission.
Sat 3:00 pm, Salon D
Fabric manipulation-How to twist, dye, stitch, fold, pleat and otherwise bully your fabric into submission.2
Sat 10:00 pm, Salon D
Pagan Circle
Sun 11:00 am, Salon D
Costuming as an Addiction/Lifestyle -Confessions of costumers and those who love them.
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon D
Wearable Art
TAMMY TRIPP
Fri 5:00 pm, Columbia Room
Battlestar Galactica: I thought Starbuck was a guy?
Sat 11:00 am, Salon F (T1)
What has What The Bleep done for us?
THERESA REED
Fri 2:00 pm, Salon C
When is enough research too much?
Fri 4:00 pm, Salon C
Tapping the creative process
Fri 7:00 pm, Portland
The Creative Lifestyle and Stress
Sat 10:00 am, Salon A
Why I blog
Sat 1:00 pm, Portland
When Christianity and Islam die, what will replace them?
Sat 6:00 pm, Columbia Room
Sex Toys of the Future: Will robotics and biotech make dating obsolete?
Sat 7:00 pm, Salon D
Polyamory
Sun 11:00 am, Portland
Protecting the Internet from censorship
Sun 1:00 pm, Salon F (T1)
Fear of the future: Is science fiction too conservative?
Sun 3:00 pm, Salon A
Art: Erotic or Pornographic?
TOM SMITH
Fri 8:00 pm, Salon F
Opening Ceremonies
Sat 11:00 am, Columbia Room
Speedfilking with Tom Smith
Sat 3:00 pm, Columbia Room
MAIN CONCERT: Tom Smith
Sat 8:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line Is It, Anyway?
Sat 9:00 pm, Mt. Hood Room
Whose Line is it anyway? Part 2
TONY FABRIS
Sat 12:00 pm, Columbia Room
Jam in the key of R
Sat 8:00 pm, Columbia Room
Filk concerts: Tony Fabris
Sun 1:00 pm, Eugene
Harmony Workshop
Sun 2:00 pm, Eugene
Songwriting workshop
TRACY PENNER
Sun 2:00 pm, Salon A
Crying and Whining

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