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David Lee Pancake
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TammyJo Eckhart, PhD
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Five Year Mission
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Located in Logansport, Indiana, MagicHouse Productions, Inc. is an energetic, up-and-coming company on the verge of becoming one of the midwest's premiere motion picture production houses. With an 8,300 square foot facility at their disposal, they can shoot any size of production, from the modest to the magnificent.
Led by founder Mark Racop, the talented staff writes, designs, builds, shoots, edits, effects, and scores commercials to full-length motion pictures for the silver screen. MagicHouse films movies, documentaries, commercials, music videos, training films, events, and weddings.
For additional information, please refer to MagicHouse Productions's Web Page.
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Michael Z. Williamson
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The business card for Samuel Travis Clemmons lists him as an Author - Lecturer - Philosopher - Time Traveler - Public Nuisance - Sometime Ne'er Do Well. The man claims to be an "Alternate Reality Counterpart" of the man that everyone knows as Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens). Yes this is all a load of bullfeathers ... But you've got to start a biography somewhere.
The man who created the character of Samuel Travis Clemmons was born and raised in Central Kentucky. Being someone who loves an intricately woven tall tale (the more absurd the better) he wrote and began performing a comedy routine called Marc Twain: The Time Traveler. In order to keep his storytelling from being railroaded into following the actual events of Mark Twain's life, he decided it would be best to create a fictional Marc Twain who had been born in an alternate realm of existence.
So if a friend tells you that he's headed to a science fiction convention to meet Marc Twain ... Ask him to spell the first name before you call him a liar.
For additional information, please refer to Travis Clemmons's Web Page.
Andy has been an InConJunction con-chair four times and has appeared in every InConJunction play but one for the last twenty years. He's a former President of the Circle of Janus and is an associate member of First Fandom. He likes to roam the halls of the convention late at night just to see who is up and what's going on. He also thinks peanut butter & jelly sandwiches are an endagered species.
James is the author of "Thief King", a historical fantasy novel. He grew up in the Ohio River Valley region and has been teaching and telling stories most of his life. James is a father, an amateur archaeologist, and holds a Masters in Ancient and Classical History. He teaches outdoor and historical related courses and writing workshops to students of all ages. James now lives in a small town near Lake Erie with his wife and children where he writes and runs a small publishing company called, Loconeal Publishing. He is currently working on his second book of Orenck, "Imposter".
For additional information, please refer to James Barnes's Web Page.
Biography available soon.
Chuck has been working on independent films for many years. He is a founding member of the MagicHouse Productions crew. Chuck is the co-writer of the soon to be released film "Starship 2: Rendezvous with Ramses". The sequel to the 1996 release "Rock N Roll Starship". He also doubles as Production Sound Supervisor and wrote the musical score for "Rock N Roll Starship". One of the hallmarks of low budget, independent films is that you must ware many hats. Chuck has preformed almost every film job imaginable. Chuck mainly works on Indie films, but has also done commercial and industrial work.
Chuck launched IndyFilmNews.com, a website devoted to promoting a working relationship between filmmakers in the Midwest. He is also a voluntary board member of The Indiana Filmmakers Network.
For additional information, please refer to Chuck Budreau's Web Page.
David L. Burkhead
David L. Burkhead first appeared in Analog Science Fiction & Fact Magazine and Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine in 1991. He is a veteran of the US Air Force, has a degree in physics, and works in Atomic Force Microscopy at Advanced Surface Microscopy in Indianapolis, Indiana. He is married with two children, three dogs, and two Goldfish.
For additional information, please refer to David L. Burkhead's Web Page.
Chris Canary has been a part of InConJunction, from it's "golden age", to modern day. A locally reviled fan of movies, comics, and oddities, and a pope in the Church of the Subgenius, Chris has worn many hats at InConJunction over the last several years, and is currently a student, seeking to better his life. Computer Geek, B-Movie Magnet (Bad... as if there were any other kind of B Movies), Movie Soundtrack Obsessive, and a former InConJunction chairman, Chris enjoys fun in almost any capacity... And we're not just talking alcohol here.
Tracy Canfield's short story Starship Down won Analog's 2009 Anlab award. She has new stories appearing soon in Analog and in Fantasy Magazine.
Tracy is a computational linguist (think machine translation, search engines, and speech recognition) and recently traveled to Australia to record the Klingon audio tour for the Jenolan Caves. She blogs about language in science fiction and fantasy at www.alientongues.com.
For additional information, please refer to Tracy Canfield's Web Page.
SFRA award-winning SF scholar Sarah Canfield-Fuller specializes in Victorian SF who teaches SF and fantasy in her college English courses.
Named a "Naptown notable resident" by Intake Magazine, as well as one of the "most talented writers around today" by the Writer's Page, Kate Chaplin is an multi-award-winning film maker whose projects have appeared on MTV, local television, film festivals, in print and online. Ms. Chaplin's latest film project First They Came for... won awards the Indy Award, the Gold Award and was nominated for the Hoosier Lens Award. Ms. Chaplin works on many film productions in Indiana as a Co-Producer, Assistant Director, or Script Supervisor. She is the author of The Belief Test and president of the Indy Writers' group. Ms. Chaplin is passionate about film and sought after to provide film classes at local schools, libraries and leadership organizations to help inspire others to learn more about film making.
For additional information, please refer to Kate Chaplin's Web Page.
A SF fan since reading Heinlein's Have Space Suit, Will Travel in the first grade, Dennis worked Video at InConJunction 1 where he had his first date with his future wife. He started on the Art Show the following year and helped run it for the next 15 years. Dennis enjoys too many hobbies and goes broke enjoying them.
Longtime SF fan and gamer, Lynette has been helping out at InConJunction and a member of the Circle of Janus for many years. She is the author of GURPS Rogues and INWO: SubGenius. She also compiled the original FAQ for the Christian Gamers Guild and currently holds the positions of President and Newsletter Editor in the CoJ. She is married to Mike and mother of Megan and Ren, who are all avid fans as well. This year you can probably find her assisting in the Art Show.
Mike Cowper is a professional geek. He has been managing the technical side of an Internet Service Provider for over ten years. He is (or at least was when he used to have time) an avid reader of science fiction and fantasy. Mike has been attending InConJunction since 1984 and volunteering since about 1991. He is a past convention chairman and past president of Circle of Janus. He is an amateur actor and has been in many InConJunction plays. He also does game demonstrations for two game companies (Steve Jackson Games and Looney Labs Games) and is very involved with his church (Valley Mills Christian Church).
For additional information, please refer to Mike Cowper's Web Page.
Nicole Cushing is an author of weird, dark fiction. Her short work has appeared in the mass market anthology WEREWOLVES AND SHAPE SHIFTERS: ENCOUNTERS WITH THE BEAST WITHIN (Blackdog & Leventhal, 2010) and the forthcoming Cemetery Dance Richard Laymon tribute anthology IN LAYMON'S TERMS (Cemetery Dance Publications). Eraserhead Press recently published her first book of dark satirical stories, HOW TO EAT FRIED FURRIES. She is currently at work on her first novel, a work of science fiction. You can find out more about Nicole and her writing at www.nicolecushing.com.
For additional information, please refer to Nicole Cushing's Web Page.
Biography available soon.
A lifelong writer just now publishing her first serious attempt at fiction, Rose Streif lives in Indianapolis with her husband / business partner and their many cats. While she has traditionally published poetry in the past, the DIY movement gave her the creative control necessary to complete and publish a full-length paranormal fantasy, The Bearkeeper.
For additional information, please refer to Das Krakenhaus's Web Page.
Attorney and co-author of Law and the Multiverse, where the legal ramifications of comic book characters, stories, and tropes are examine.
For additional information, please refer to Ryan Davidson's Web Page.
Anjala currently resides on the East-side of Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband of 13-years, Dillan, and their three "children", Emma, Cedar, and Gato. She currently runs her own in-home business, DreamWeaver Designs. Her specialties are snoods (aka crocheted hair nets) and beanie hats. She also makes stuffed animals, pot holders, sweaters, and footies. In January 2011, Anjala was elected to the position of Vice-President for Circle of Janus. In her my spare time, Anjala crochets like a mad woman, watch many shows on TV like Stargate: Atlantis, Dexter, Ghost Hunters, Ghost Hunters International, and many others. Anjala also loves to read.Her favorite book series are "Harry Potter", the "Twilight Saga", and "Percy Jackson".Many of my friends call her Molly Weasley. This is something she holds in high regard. Other than that, Anjala am a Trekkie and proud to be one. Her mom raised me on all things Star Trek and she's done the same with my eldest son, Corey. Her youngest (Johnathan) just thinks it weird. There you have it. If you want to know more, just ask.
Biography available soon.
Mark C. Dooley is "De Boss" of the Whoosier Network, Indiana's Doctor Who and Sci-Fi Connection. He is a noted columnist, comic book writer and artist, the creator of the comic book and online comic strip THE ACTUAL, SEMI-TRUE ADVENTURES OF MARK AND DEE, ongoing episodes of which can be found at De Boss' Bally Blogspot. He is also the award-winning writer/artist of the satire comic WHOOM COUNTY, mixing the humor of Berkely Breathed's BLOOM COUNTY with the world of DOCTOR WHO. Mark blames his mother for the way he is for exposing him to the Joker in "The Great Joker/Clayface Fued" in Batman comics and letting him stay up to watch horror movies at age 7.
For additional information, please refer to Mark Dooley's Web Page.
Christopher Doty might be an uplifted panda and is unquestionably a linguist from Eugene, Oregon, specializing in native languages of the Pacific Northwest, with a sideline in fictional languages. The Klingon Dictionary was a required textbook for one of his courses, and he's also worked with the Na'vi language from Avatar and other more obscure SF languages. He blogs about SF, fantasy, and linguistics at the Clarion website and at AlienTongues.com.
For additional information, please refer to Christopher Doty's Web Page.
Laura Edwards is a helpful Fun Police person, and secretary of the Circle of Janus club. Look out for sweets, treats, and essentials for your convention journey, and ask her anything. She knows the score.
Judy Eudaly has been attending InConJunction since 1982 and has been Chairbeing twice and Department head of almost every department at one time or another. She is a retired biochemist/belly dancer. Her interests are so varied, it would make your head spin.
Joe 'Volg Clawtooth' Greene: Amateur roboticist, LEGO® collector, and costumer. A Critter Crunch veteran since 1995 (OK, so I missed a few), with his robots built from 100% genuine LEGO parts. Author of the Critter Course rules based upon the original Critter Crunch rules. His exploits also include captain of the winning team of the LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer Speed Build Contest at Star Wars Celebration III and MC for the First Critter Course at Capricon XXVI. Being the geek he, is he is always finding new ways to integrate his hobbies of computers, robotics, LEGO®, gaming and costuming.
For additional information, please refer to Joe Greene's Web Page.
Author of The Red Menace, a sci fi/alternative history novel, Scott is a veteran of the US Army and many Christmas Seasons in retail employment. Scott is a Member of the Military Writer's Society of America and the Heinlein Society. He organizes the annual Blood Drive at GenCon Indy for the Heinlein Society. An avid gamer, Scott plays Sci Fi and Horror RPGs (Tabletop) as well as historical wargaming, both figs and tabletop.
For additional information, please refer to Scott Hann's Web Page.
Drew Happli has over 15 years experience in the computer field, this includes network administration, desktop support, help desk, network design, along with just about anything else you can do with a computer and a few things you most likely shouldn't. Not only does he work on computers, he plays on them too. You are likely to find Drew playing Battlefield 2 (If you see HavenIndy in a vehicle, and are on the other team, stay off the road, sidewalk, or greenways), Battle for Middle Earth 2, Galactic Civilization, Guild Wars or City of Heroes/Villians. Drew also plays non-computer gamees and is the Cell Leader for Indianapolis for Steve Jackson's Men in Black. Other fan interests of note are Comic books (Drew has been collecting comic books for over 20 years), Anime, and Drew is a voracious reader. Drew first attended InConJunction in 1992, and started helping at InConJunction in 1993. So far he has headed A/V, Anime, Programming and Dealers Room.
A Louisville, Kentucky native, Ronald Hawkins is a journalist with more than 30 years experience during which he's won multiple awards. He has written the Indiana Science Fiction Sojourns column and blog for nearly three years. He has been a news editor and staff writer for the Reporter-Times for 5-1/3 years and is a former New York bureau chief for Cable TV Business magazine. His most recent honor was a first place award for watchdog reporting in the first quarter of 2010. He's a lifelong science fiction enthusiast. He made his first appearance as a panelist at InConJunction in 2009.
For additional information, please refer to Ronald Hawkins's Web Page.
David Henninger has been active in Fandom since the mid seventies. With a lot of help he started The Circle of Janus and InConJunction in 1979. He is an artist and worked in EMS since 1983, and has been an employee of LifeLine Critical Care Transport for 21 years. He is also a member of First Fandom.
Retired science teacher who has helped with InConJunction, Starbase Indy, numerous international Harry Potter conventions, and the upcoming Twilight convention this month.
Tom recently retired from spending over 45 years working in all aspects of the computer industry (support, engineering (hardware and software), writing, teaching, repair, marketing). He is an avid fan of science fiction and fantasy media, has written several short stories, and is finalizing a major novel series for publication. He and is wife enjoy travel and spoiling grand kids (what grandparents do best).
For additional information, please refer to Thomas Nevin Huber's Web Page.
il Troubadore, known on the planet Qo'noS as bomwI'pu' has been performing tlhIngan QoQ (Klingon music) live since 2009.
il Troubadore's mission is to record and perform all existing songs in the complete musical oeuvre of the Klingon Empire. Everything from the grand ghe'naQ nIt to the vernacular may' bom and HIvje' bom will be able to be heard and appreciated by Terran audiences throughout the planet Earth.
During their travels through space (and time) il Troubadore have managed to also learn a number of songs from many alien races throughout the multiverse including tunes in the tongues of the Ewoks and the languages Huttese, Fremen, Vulcan, Tenctonese and Shyriiwook. Also, the group has managed to quickly learn tunes in dozens of languages on the planet Earth.
For additional information, please refer to il Troubadore Klingon Music Project's Web Page.
Tom Jaquish has been an electronics engineer for 32 years and has participated in panels at the InConJunction and TusCon science fiction conventions and the National Space Society annual conference.
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Debra A. Kemp
Debra A. Kemp writes her historical/fantasy series The House of Pendragon because King Arthur commanded her: "Don't let it be forgot". Ms. Kemp was, after all, a teenager and impressionable. She saw the movie Camelot in the 70's and her main character, King Arthur's daughter--Lin was conceived. Ms. Kemp is now the author of the multi-award nominated The House of Pendragon I: The Firebrand and Book 2: The Recruit published through Amber Quill Press. She lives near Indianapolis and is currently writing book three.
For additional information, please refer to Debra A. Kemp's Web Page.
Melissa Kocias is a conference and meeting planner by day, part-time bellydancer and samurai Avon lady by night. (Trust her - she's a professional!) When she's not managing the registration for dozens of conventions (or out saving the world), she is working on getting published in something other than a textbook or a peer-reviewed journal.
She has been a fan of science fiction ever since the neighbor kids across the street let her play with their Star Wars action figures in 1980. She sometimes has to play the You Took Me To See The Wrath of Khan In The Theaters When It First Came Out card when her mother, who is clearly a closet Trekkie, pooh-poohs any involvement in Melissa's lifelong pursuit of getting to use a functioning transporter.
Upon entering graduate school for the second time, Melissa turned the lens outward, and began studying fans and fan behavior. She did an ethnographic study of some Klingon groups, and has promised, after suffering one too many Dian Fossey jokes, that her eventual publication of the experience will be called, Klingons in the Mist.
Louisville fan Timothy Lane graduated from Purdue with a degree in computer science,which doesn't prevent occasional bursts of Ludditism. He found his fannish calling 20 years ago as editor of FOSFAX, which has collected 7 Hugo nominations for Best Fanzine (though never coming close to winning). He has served on panels on a wide variety of subjects at several worldcons, and he and coeditor Elizabeth Garrott were Fan GOHs at Windycon in 1997.
Sara J. Larson grew up in Shelbyville, a small Indiana town where she was never more than fifteen minutes (by bicycle) from the corn fields. At IUPUI, she studied Religion and English, and took far too many psych classes. After a brief attempt at journalism, she realized she had no talent for telling the truth and went back to fiction. She lives in Indianapolis with her husband, two dogs and two cats, and spends her days making jewelry and her nights creating monsters.
For additional information, please refer to Sara J. Larson's Web Page.
Tom Lee is a roleplayer who has run limited-duration games and multi-year campaigns. He has done voice acting for a few small productions. He has sung with an a capella madrigal group and played recorder with a medieval dance band. He is also a fan of Doctor Who, Star Trek (TOS is still the best), Larry Niven and H.P. Lovecraft. He has an MS in physics and works as a computer systems administrator. He is married to TammyJo Eckhart and lives in Bloomington, Indiana.
Biography available soon.
Biography available soon.
Former co-con chair, masquerade chair, program book chair, and club secretary. Urban teacher, former journalist, and lifelong lover of dogs, gardens, SF&F, and her husband Andy.
Joel Pierson is the author of the novels, Don't Kill the Messenger, The Messenger Adrift, and Messenger in a Battle. He is also managing editor at Author Solutions in Bloomington, a resource for authors looking to publish their books. He owns Mind's Ear Audio Productions, a studio specializing in audiobooks and drama.
For additional information, please refer to Joel Pierson's Web Page.
The filmmaking bug bit Mark Racop at an early age. Racop's father remembers that Mark was interested in making movies even at the age of two! While other children were reading short stories, Racop was reading Stephen Whitfield's "Making of Star Trek."
In 1989, Racop formed MagicHouse Productions, and he raised money to shoot the ultra-low budget, ultra spoof, "Rock N Roll Starship." The movie featured cheesy sets, cheesy dialogue, and cheesy acting "but it was all part of the plan. We watched Dark Star and Hardware Wars on the same night," Racop said, "And Starship was the result!" The campy, funny film has played to science fiction audiences across the country, and he self distributed over 1,000 copies on VHS.
The success of the first film brought about a demand for a sequel. "Starship 2" was greenlighted in October of 2000, and went before the cameras on May 19th, 2001. The movie was a radical step up from the original film, featuring great actors John Astin, Richard Biggs, Jason Carter, Richard Hatch, and Leslie Culton? and a tightly-written script with a great story. Shooting wrapped in August of 2001, but special effects continued for another five years. "It was tough waiting on the effects, but the results were well worth it. Massive Works blew me completely away with the quality of the finished product."
In May of 2004, Racop bought an 8,300 square foot facility in Logansport, Indiana that he is converting into a movie studio. With two sound stages, makeup, wardrobe, editing, a paint booth, and plenty of office space, Racop will be able to accommodate many feature films.
Racop is currently developing a spy thriller called "Plausible Deniability" for production in 2006.
For additional information, please refer to Mark Racop's Web Page.
Conchair InConJunction 30, Steve Jackson MIB, Looney Lab Rabbit, and pagan priestess.
Born to a father who loves anything Sci-Fi and Western related and a mother whose love for reading is genetically passed down, Emily Rodgers was born the week of "Black Monday" in 1987 when stocks around the world came to a crash. Her sister says this was a sign. Between working to feed her dog's treat habit and her own need for more books, Emily enjoys being a member of Circle of Janus as well as this year's Treasurer. She hopes to run into all of you at the convention.
Tracey Rollison is a serial information junkie, freelance writer, and web designer. She designs, develops and writes at KnowABit.com; designs and runs GoodLifeMenus.com; is launching Blue Newt WebDesign, sings/screams in a band, and is a homeschooling ballet/football mom of three. She's also married to The Duct Tape Blacksmith. When she has free time, she breathes and sometimes sleeps.
For additional information, please refer to Tracey Rollison's Web Page.
Biography available soon.
Professional Klingon translator and webOS developer Michael is responsible for the Sophos Klingon anti-virus as well as the Klingon translation of the Jenolan Caves audio tour. He has also released several Klingon and Trek themed webOS apps into the Palm App Catalog.
For additional information, please refer to Michael Roney, Jr.'s Web Page.
Kyra Shidler has been attending InConJunction since she was a young thing. At past InConJunctions she's been in charge of the "Fun Police", been Godzilla's Mom, and Godzilla's Wife (don't ask). She's currently biding her time at college untill she can take over the wor... InConJunction.
Dr. Wolfgang Spendel is experienced in developing emerging science knowledge to create new products and applied technologies. He constructively challenged the status quo to find solutions to improve products, invent products, and overcome manufacturing limitations (he holds 11 patents). He earned a Ph. D. in physical chemistry and has gone interdisciplinary ever since. To overcome technical challenges he developed expertise in surface chemistry, system science, material science, artificial intelligence, biology, engineering, markets, and cognition. His current research and development effort is in applied nanotechnology. Wolf is a cofounder of two startup companies, one focused on speeding up market introduction of recent scientific advances, the other working to commercialize a technology for growing nanoparticles inside polymers.
His personal interest is to strengthen science and increase public understanding of how science works.
Mike Suess has been a long time attendee at InConJunction. His father first introduced him to Incon in it's first or second year and he has been attending on his own since 1983. He enjoys science and science fiction as well as a little fantasy not only in what he reads but also in what he sees on television and in the movies. His interests also include collecting (go and ask him what), reading comics, and an ever-growing DVD collection.
R.J. Sullivan and his family live in Heartland Crossing, Indiana, south of Indianapolis. He's published short fiction in Midnight Graffiti and Strange Weird and Wonderful eZines, has composed dozens of articles for local magazines and newspapers, and "ghost writes" newsletter content for several Indiana companies. R.J. is a member of the Indiana Horror Writers.
For additional information, please refer to R.J. Sullivan's Web Page.
With a list of qualifications including (but not limited to) b-movie maven, sub-genius preacher, amateur improv enthusiast, sci-fi fan, computer programmer and author, amateur prop and costume designer wanna-be, amateur astronomer, playwright, webmaster, follower of all things urban-legend and/or myth, past InConJunction con-chair, and hard-core chili-head, Jeff Thompson is either a modern-day renaissance man, or someone that will do anything once you get a drink in him.
Jeff's been attending InConJunction since 1983 and has been working for the convention since 1992. You can regularly catch Jeff at the Top Ten Worst Movies panel, Video Trivia Contest, Sci-Fi Whose Line, as an occasional member of InConJunction's acting troupe (the "It's Not Our Fault Players") or preaching at InConJunction's on-again/off-again Sub-Genius Devival. If you can't find him there, odds are he's in the bar.
For additional information, please refer to Jeff Thompson's Web Page.
Beginning as an illustrator for such games as Star Trek the RPG and Battle Tech, Cliff moved on to creating and publishing his own game Justifiers. Later, Cliff worked for Valiant Comics as a writer, penciller, designer and production artist. He went on to found Comicolor, providing digital coloring, graphic design and lettering for books from Valiant, Marvel, DC and Image. Cliff has since worked as a visual effects artist, designer, web developer and video editor. Currently he is publishing his own characters, writing and drawing the webcomic/print comic Belter, and writing Orion the Hunter.
For additional information, please refer to Clifford VanMeter's Web Page.
Katt McConnell is a student pursuing a Bachelors in Media Arts and Sciences in the School of Informatics at IUPUI. Aside from spending two years each in middle and high school in choir, Katt had one semester of formal vocal training at IUPUI. Otherwise, she is an entirely self-taught vocalist. She is primarily a singer-songwriter, though she does dabble in percussion and is a student guitarist. Her music of choice is filk, but she's also been known to dabble in everything from rock to metal. Katt lives on the north side of Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband and three cats.
For additional information, please refer to Wax Chaotic's Web Page.
Michael Allen Williams is a native born filmmaker and actor. He's an active LARPer and enjoys game design as well.
Mike decided to become a film maker about 15 years ago. He began working with video back in High School in program called C.I.R.T - the Indianapolis Center for Instructional Radio and Television, producing the Indianapolis Public School systems weekly in-house news program. His first film project was with MagicHouse Productions as an actor and recently has begun to work regularly as an Assistant Director. Mike likes MagicHouse because he feels that he is a good fit with its style and personnel. He feels that his virtues mesh well with the company.
Crystal Wolf is a 29 year old polyamorous-poet / songwriter / musician / blogger / friend / aunt / bereaved mother / fiance / girlfriend / puppy / mama-wolf / lover / protector / child / freak / gypsy / homebody / storyteller / superhero. If you really need that thing done, she knows a guy. If you wanna know more about her, you should ask questions. You can also check out the website www.crysthewolf.com, where the musings, musics, and poems live. Her Facebook is available if you tell her who you are and why you're friending her, the twitter is @lalobalunanueva.
For additional information, please refer to Crystal Wolf's Web Page.
Stephen Zimmer is an award-winning author and filmmaker based in Lexington, Kentucky.
Stephen is the author of the epic medieval fantasy Fires in Eden series, which includes Crown of Vengeance (Winner of the 2010 Pluto Award for Best Novel) and Dream of Legends. His epic-scale urban fantasy Rising Dawn Saga includes The Exodus Gate and The Storm Guardians (Book 3 is scheduled for a summer 2011 release). Recent short fiction work includes the steampunk tale "In the Mountain Skies" from the Dreams of Steam anthology from Kerlak Publishing.
As a filmmaker, Stephen feature and short credits in the fantasy and horror genres, including the feature Shadows Light, the horror short film The Sirens, and the 2011 short film Swordbearer, a fantasy short film adapted from the David Blalock novel Ascendant.
Press, reviews, appearances, and other information can always be found at www.stephenzimmer.com. His blog can be found at stephenzimmer.blogspot.com and those with Facebook are encouraged to friend Stephen at www.facebook.com/sgzimmer.
For additional information, please refer to Stephen Zimmer's Web Page.
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