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Sunday, May 17 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Research Tools for Worldbuilding

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A panel on academic resources and how to direct research toward worldbuilding. All speculative stories have grains of truth in them, but finding the knowledge to back up your speculative world can be a journey in itself. Let our panelists show you how to utilize academic resources to add depth and verisimilitude to your speculative worldbuilding.

Moderators
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Jenny Rae Rappaport

Attendee
Jenny Rae Rappaport has been published in Lightspeed Magazine, Escape Pod, and Daily Science Fiction, among other magazines. She is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing workshop, and holds a BA in Creative Writing from Carnegie Mellon University. She lives in New Jersey with her family... Read More →

Speakers
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Kat Otis

Kat Otis writes speculative fiction – everything from historical fantasy to urban fantasy, with a bit of science fiction thrown in for good measure. She lived a peripatetic life for almost two decades and is now rather bemused to be living in one place; she’s not recycling her... Read More →
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Phoenix Alexander

Science Fiction Collections Librarian, Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool
I'm a queer, Greek-Cypriot writer and scholar of science fiction, fantasy and horror. I hold a Ph.D. in English and African American Studies from Yale University and am currently the Science Fiction Collections Librarian at the University of Liverpool, where I steward the largest... Read More →
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JT Greathouse

J.T. Greathouse’s short fiction has appeared, often as Jeremy A. TeGrotenhuis, in BCS, Deep Magic, IGMS, and elsewhere. Upon graduating with a degree in history and philosophy from Whitworth University, he taught ESL in Taiwan before returning to Spokane, WA. After working as a... Read More →


Sunday May 17, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Porthos Stream