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Table of Contents Welcome to Dragon*Con!..............................................3 Vital Information..........................................................4 Important Notes.....................................................4 Courtesy Buses......................................................4 MARTA Schedule...................................................5 Hours of Operation.................................................5 Special Events.......................................................6 Fan Tracks Information and Room Locations....................6 Other Important Room Locations..............................7 Hotel Floor Level Reference.....................................8 Fan Track Programming Main Programming (MAIN)......................................8 Friday..............................................................8 Saturday..........................................................9 Sunday..........................................................10 Monday.........................................................11 Alternate History (ALT)..........................................11 American Sci-Fi Media (AMSF)..............................13 American Sci-Fi Classics (CLSF).............................15 Animation (TOON)................................................17 Anime/Manga (ANIME).........................................18 Apocalypse Rising (AR).........................................19 Art Show Programming (ART)................................21 Autograph Sessions (AUTO)...................................23 BritTrack (BRIT)...................................................23 Comics and Pop Art (COMICS)...............................25 Costuming (CSTM)...............................................26 Electronic Frontiers Forum (EFF)............................28 Fantasy Literature (FL)..........................................29 Filking (FILK).......................................................30 Film Festival and Film Track (FILM)........................31 Gaming Programming (GAME)...............................33 Horror (HT).........................................................35 Kaleidoscope (KT)................................................36 Live Performances (LIVE)......................................37 Live Performances—Concourse (CONC)..................37 2

Online Gaming (MMO)..........................................38 Paranormal Track (PN)..........................................91 Podcasting (POD).................................................93 Puppetry (PT)......................................................94 Reading Sessions (READ)......................................95 Robotics and Maker Track (ROBOT)........................96 Sci-Fi Literature (SFL)...........................................96 Science (SCI).......................................................98 Silk Road: Asian Cinema & Culture (SILK)...............99 Skeptics (SKEP).................................................100 Space (SPACE)...................................................101 Star Wars (SW)..................................................103 StarGate Multiverse (SGM)..................................104 Tolkien’s Middle-earth (TOLK)..............................105 Trek Track (TREK)..............................................106 Urban Fantasy (UF)............................................107 Video Gaming Track (VGT)...................................108 Whedon Universe (WU)......................................110 Workshops (WKS)..............................................110 Writer’s Track (WRIT).........................................112 X Track (X).........................................................113 Young Adult Literature (YA)..................................114 Special Events Armory Programming (ARM)..................................20 Guests Alphabetical Listing.......................................116 Pull-Out Section, page 39–90: Quick References.......................................................39 Schedule Grids Friday.................................................................40 Saturday.............................................................44 Sunday...............................................................48 Monday...............................................................52 DC TV Schedule.........................................................54 Film Festival Schedule................................................55

Walk of Fame............................................................58 Dealers Tables...........................................................60 Exhibitors Booths.......................................................62 Comics Artists Alley....................................................64 Art Show: Participating Artists.....................................66 Hyatt Atlanta Hyatt Regency Hotel Map......................................68 Hyatt: Ballroom Level...........................................69 Hyatt: International Level......................................70 Hyatt: Exhibit Level..............................................71 Hyatt: Conference Level........................................72 Hyatt: Embassy Hall.............................................73 Marriott Marquis Marriott Marquis Hotel Map...................................74 Marriott: International Level...................................75 Marriott: Marquis Level.........................................76 Marriott: Lobby Level............................................77 Marriott: Atrium Level...........................................78 Hilton Atlanta Hilton: Lower Level..............................................79 Hilton: First Floor.................................................80 Hilton: Second Floor.............................................81 Hilton: Third Floor................................................82 Hilton: Forth Floor................................................83 Sheraton Atlanta Sheraton: First Floor.............................................84 Sheraton: Second Floor.........................................85 Sheraton: Third Floor............................................86 Westin Peachtree Westin Peachtree: Sixth Floor................................87 Westin Peachtree: Seventh Floor............................88 Westin Peachtree: Eighth Floor..............................89 AmericasMart, Building 1 First Floor............................................................61 Second Floor..................................................61, 63 Dragon Con Footprint Map..........................................90 Dragon Con 2013


Welcome to the 27th Dragon*Con!

We are glad you are here. Labor Day is becoming Atlanta’s favorite holiday weekend. The people, the memories, and the costumes all come together to make for the most wonderful four days of fun around. This year we have more space for programming, more fans, and more fun than ever. We have relocated the vendors to the AmericasMart, just one block from the front door of the Hyatt and adjacent to the Westin, allowing us to expand to include even more great opportunities for the shopping experience you love. The Walk of Fame is now located in the Marriott’s Marquis Ballroom filled with more celebrity guests than ever. Literary Autographing will be moving to the International Hall South in the Marriott and the Imperial Ballroom and Hilton’s Grand Ballroom will be used for programming and events.

Once again we have arranged an outstanding line up of guests and professionals. Please respect the privacy of our guests and stars. They will be available for autographs in the Walk of Fame, or in the autograph area, but not on the convention floor or in hotel restaurants. Some of our stars ask to be photographed only in a controlled environment. Many have photo ops that you can sign up for in advance or at the show. We ask that you not take photos of the guests while they are autographing. Please ask the stars or their agents what their photo policy is and adhere to it. Basically, please allow them to enjoy their Dragon Con experience too!

All of the information that you are used to finding in our pocket program plus much more will be available on your smart phone.

Speaking of allowing others to enjoy the experience, we have expanded our harassment policy with a more thorough definition of “being a jerk,” as well as enhanced the process to report instances should they occur. Be sure to check out the Program Book or website for those details.

Because everyone cannot always get into all of the most popular events, we will live broadcast select events from the Centennial Ballroom on Dragon Con TV. We will also be videotaping select events in the Atrium Ballroom for later broadcast on Dragon Con television. Please see the schedule in this Pocket Program or the app.

We will again be doing badge checks to control access and occupancy of the hotels and will be expanding the hours to other high traffic times. This is to insure that there is plenty of space for you members to move about. Please wear your membership badges in plain view whenever you are in convention space or the public areas of the hotels. We have a new app again this year built for the iPhone, Droid and Blackberry. This will keep you updated with the latest information changes throughout the convention.

Thursday night is Dragon Con at the Atlanta Braves game. They are offering special discounted rates on tickets and will be contributing a generous portion of ticket sales to the Dragon Con charities. Please see the Dragon Con website for details. Saturday night from 7:30 pm–11:00 pm, will be Dragon Con night at the Georgia Aquarium. The aquarium is set up to sell discounted tickets at the Sheraton, outside of Registration.

On behalf of our 1800 volunteers, we wish you a wonderful Dragon Con experience. Thanks for making us part of your Labor Day weekend.

Pat Henry Chairman

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Vital Information IMPORTANT NOTES Don’t Forget Your Badge!

To ensure the safety of all of our attendees, there will be times that the hotels will require you to have your badge in order to enter the hotel. Alternatively, a valid hotel key (to the hotel you are trying to enter) may be used.

Large Room Capacity Policy

All event and program rooms have limited capacity as set by the Fire Marshal. Even though your badge is needed to get into all events, it does not guarantee you access to any event if the room has reached its capacity. Additionally, all large ballrooms will be cleared in between panels.

Line Formation Policy

Lines for ballroom events will not be allowed to form more than one hour prior to the event, or until the line for the current event has completely entered the ballroom. Each ballroom will have signage marking the location where the line may start to form. Those in line will not be allowed to enter the ballroom until the previous panel has been completely cleared.

Weapons Policy

All weapons must be non-working and peace bound. No functioning projectile weapons, including water pistols, silly-string guns, and pingpong pistols. Bladed weapons must be cased or sheathed at all times. Please check with Security in Room M102 on the Marquis Level of the Marriott Marquis if you need clarification on this policy, or if you are unsure about the status of your props.

Gaming Guide

We have taken all of the Tournament Gaming information and moved it into its own book! Copies of the Gaming Guide are available at Gaming Registration in the Galleria Ballroom at the Hilton.

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DC TV: Live Broadcasts

Dragon Con will again be presenting many of the more popular panels LIVE on DC TV! And because there’s just too much to do at once, we will also be presenting many panels on tape delay! Again this year, DC TV presents The Dragon Con Late Show, broadcast LIVE every morning at 9:00 am on DC TV—now with live studio audiences! The channels for DC*TV are: Hyatt Regency: 42 Marriott Marquis: 74 Hilton Atlanta: 3/65 Sheraton Atlanta: 72 Westin Peachtree: 49 The full DC TV schedule listed on page 55 of the pull-out section in the middle of the book. So sit back, and watch from the comfort of your room!

All Hotel Bars Closing Early

As per Georgia regulations, all of the hotel bars will be closing on Sunday, September 1, 2013 at 12:00 midnight (Monday morning).

Pre-Recorded & Copyrighted Music Policy

It is the policy of Dragon Con not to allow any prerecorded music or copyrighted music to be played in the convention areas without written permission from the copyright holder, unless you are the recording artist/band or copyright holder. Violations of this policy will not be tolerated.

Daily Dragon

The Daily Dragon will be available each day of the convention at the information booths, registration desk, and in the fan track rooms. The Daily Dragon covers schedule changes as well as publishes articles, and party announcements, so be sure to pick one up today! Don’t worry if you can’t find one, there’s an online version that is regularly updated throughout the convention at: dailydragon.dragoncon.org.

** †Meliá Hotel (on the northwest corner of West Peachtree St. and Linden Ave.) ** Ritz Carlton/Courtyard Atlanta Downtown (on the northeast corner of Peachtree St. and Ellis St.) ** Twelve Hotel & Residence (on the northwest corner of West Peachtree St. and Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd.) ** The W Hotel (on the northeast corner of Spring St. and Ivan Allen Blvd. across the street from the hotel)

BUS SCHEDULES Courtesy Bus Schedule

Several buses will run between our various sites during Dragon Con. The buses run approximately every 30–45 minutes and have Dragon Con signs in the window. All of the buses are handicap accessible and travel to the following convention sites (though not necessarily in this order.) We have an EXPRESS BUS (Bus A) which will travel between the five host hotels and AmericasMart only and an additional bus (Bus D) which will travel between all of the stops on Friday–Sunday. Please note: the courtesy buses will pick up and drop off at these locations ONLY, additionally, those marked with a † symbol will be the ones with service during the parade hours on the right: ** †AmericasMart (on the south side of John Portman Blvd. in front of the side entrance) ** Hyatt Regency (on the northeast corner of Baker St. and Peachtree St.) NOTE: this stop is for those in wheelchairs only. All others should use the Hyatt/Marriott stop. ** Hyatt/Marriott Marquis (on the northwest corner of Baker St. and Peachtree Center Ave.) ** †Atlanta Hilton (on the northeast corner of Baker St. and Courtland St.) ** †Sheraton Atlanta Hotel (on Courtland St. in front of the hotel) ** Westin Peachtree Hotel (on north side of Andrew Young International Blvd. across the street from the Westin Hotel’s side entrance) ** †The Glenn Hotel (on the southwest side of Marietta St. in front of the hotel) ** †Hilton Garden Inn (on the west corner of Luckie St. and Baker St.) ** †Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Atlanta Downtown (is located on the east corner of Spring St. and Luckie St.)

The courtesy buses will run according to the following schedule:

Thursday: Bus A

Friday, Saturday†, and Sunday: 10:00 am–Midnight Bus A† 9:00 am–3:00 am Bus B† † 10:00 am–8:00 pm Bus C * Bus D 12:00 pm–12:00 am

6:00 pm–Midnight

Saturday only limited stops during parade hours below: Bus A 8:00 am–1:00 pm Bus B 8:00 am–1:00 pm Bus C 8:00 am–1:00 pm Monday: Bus A 10:00 am–5:00 pm Bus B 8:00 am–6:00 pm Bus C 9:00 am–5:00 pm

*On Saturday, the C bus will become the Aquarium shuttle from 6:30 pm–Midnight. ATLANTA BRAVES SHUTTLE: On Thursday, August 29, 2013, there will be a shuttle bus running from 4:30 pm–6:00 pm for those going to the Atlanta Braves game. Pick-up will be at the Marriott Marquis driveway location (between the Hilton Atlanta and Marriott Marquis), and will drop off at Turner Field. A return shuttle will pick up at the East Gate after the game and return to the Marriott Marquis location.

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PARADE SHUTTLE: Due to the change in the parade route, and the new staging area, we will not be providing a special shuttle for this event.

Blood Drive

GEORGIA AQUARIUM SHUTTLE: On Saturday, August 31, 2013, the C bus will be running from 6:30 pm–12:00 am for those going to Dragon Con Invades the Georgia Aquarium. Pick-up will be at the Marriott Marquis driveway location (between the Hilton Atlanta and Marriott Marquis), and will drop off in front of the Aquarium.

Marriott Marquis, A701-A702, operation hours:

Marta Bus Schedule

Buses operate according to the following schedule: Monday–Friday: 5:00 am–1:30 am Weekends/Holidays: 5:00 am–12:30 am Trains operate according to the following schedule: Monday–Friday: Weekends/Holidays:

4:45 am–1:00 am 6:00 am–1:00 am

For more information on bus routes and train stops, go to: www.itsmarta.com.

HOURS OF OPERATION 2013 Parade Check-In

This year, all Parade participants were required to register in advance. However, if you are preregistered, you can check-in during the times below. Parade Check-In will be located near Convention Registration at Georgia Hall in the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, times are: Thursday: Friday:

10:00 am–10:00 pm 9:30 am–9:00 pm

Art Show

The Art Show will be located at the Hyatt Regency in the Grand Hall West, and open during the following hours: Friday: Saturday/Sunday: Monday:

1:00 pm–8:00 pm 10:00 am–8:00 pm 10:00 am–4:00 pm

The Blood Drive will be located at the Marriott Marquis Marquis and the Sheraton Atlanta! Thursday: Friday–Sunday: Monday:

11:00 am–8:00 pm 10:00 am–7:00 pm 9:00 am–3:00 pm

Sheraton, Atlanta Ballroom, operation hours: Thursday: Friday:

11:00 am–8:00 pm 10:00 am–7:00 pm

Charity Auction Donation Booth

The Charity Auctions’, benefitting Noah’s Ark, the Georgia Conservancy, and the Marcus Autism Center, drop-off booth will be located at the Marriott Marquis at the Marquis Ballroom Registration Booth. They will be accepting donations during the following times: Friday/Saturday:

9:00 am–7:00 pm

Comics Artists Alley

Comics Artists Alley will be located at the Hyatt Regency in the Grand Hall East, and open during the following hours: Friday: Saturday/Sunday: Monday:

1:00 pm–6:00 pm 10:00 am–6:00 pm 10:00 am–3:00 pm

Dealers/Exhibitors Halls

Dealers and Exhibitor Halls are Located in the AmericasMart. The Dealers Room will be on the second floor, while the Exhibitor Halls will be located on the first and second floors. Their hours are: Friday: Saturday/Sunday: Monday:

Dragon Con Store

1:00 pm–7:00 pm 10:00 am–7:00 pm 10:00 am–5:00 pm

This year we will feature full Dragon Con Store outlets at the Marriott and the Sheraton! The Marriott Marquis store is located on the Marquis Level in the Imperial Registration booth and the Sheraton store is located just outside of Convention Registration.

Marriott Marquis, Imperial Registration booth, store hours are: Friday–Sunday: Monday:

10:00 am–7:00 pm 10:00 am–6:00 pm

Sheraton Atlanta, outside of registration, store hours are: Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Sunday:

10:00 9:00 10:00 10:00

am–9:00 am–6:00 am–3:00 am–2:00

pm pm pm pm

Parade store in front of the AmericasMart during the parade, store hours are: Saturday:

8:00 am–11:00 am

Disability Services

Disablity Services will be located outside Convention Registration at Georgia Hall in the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel. Their hours are: Thursday: Friday–Sunday: Monday:

10:00 am–10:00 pm 8:00 am–8:00 pm 8:00 am–2:00 pm

Information Booths

Information Booths will be available in each of the five main hotels and open during the following hours: Hyatt Regency/Marriott Marquis

Friday–Sunday: 9:00 am–10:00 pm Monday: 9:00 am–5:00 pm

Masquerade Registration

Registration for the Masquerade will be available during the con at the Contest Registration Desk located outside the Centennial Ballroom in the Hyatt Regency, and open during the following hours: Friday/Saturday: Sunday:

10:00 am–5:00 pm 10:00 am–3:00 pm

Onsite Registration

Onsite registration will be located at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel in Georgia Hall. The hours are: Thursday: Friday–Sunday: Monday:

2:00 pm–10:00 pm 8:00 am–10:00 pm 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Pre-Registration/Will Call

Pre-registration/Will Call will be located at the Sheraton Atlanta Hotel in Georgia Hall. The hours are: Thursday: Friday–Sunday: Monday:

12:00 pm–10:00 pm 8:00 am–10:00 pm 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Walk of Fame

The Walk of Fame will be located in the Grand Ballroom and Grand Salon E at the Atlanta Hilton. Walk of Fame hours are: Friday: Saturday/Sunday: Monday:

1:00 pm–7:00 pm 10:00 am–7:00 pm 10:00 am–5:00 pm

Atlanta Hilton/Westin Peachtree

Friday–Sunday: 10:00 am–8:00 pm Monday: 10:00 am–2:00 pm

Sheraton Atlanta

Thursday: 12:00 pm–10:00 pm Friday–Sunday: 9:00 am–9:00 pm Monday: 10:00 am–2:00 pm

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Special Events Get Your Dragon Con app! Available for iPod/iPhone/iPad, Android, and Blackberry, you can use the QR code below to redirect your browser to the app that works with your system. Features include: ** Full schedule, available even when you aren’t logged onto a network; ** The ability to customize your own schedule, that will update as we make changes (internet connection required for updates); ** Interactive floor maps for all of the hotels; ** Twitter feed, and the ability to post to your twitter account from the app; ** Dragon Con official videos YouTube channel featuring guest interviews; ** News feed sourced by the Daily Dragon; ** Full guest/professional/performers list, with all the panels for those guests; ** Exhibitor/Dealer list and maps; ** And so many more features, see for yourself today!

Fan Track Information The Armory Dragon Con presents a unique display of actual weapons presented by noted military historian, author, and firearms expert Kevin Dockery. The Armory display will include everything from handguns to hand grenades, explosives (inert only, safe we promise) to rocket launchers, to swords to sniper rifles. At various times throughout the convention, Dockery will provide detailed commentary on the weapons and their use similar to his presentations on the Discovery and History Channels. The Armory is located at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta in the Inman room. The Armory programming will be located at the Hyatt Regency in the Kennesaw room.

Dragon Con Night at the Georgia Aquarium Saturday, August 31, 2013, 7:00 pm–11:00 pm; $22.00 in Advance, $25.00 at the Door ** Costumes welcome! ** Cash Bars Open until 10:30 pm ** Food Court Open until 9:00 pm ** Shuttle Bus Available ** And so much more! The Aquarium will have a table set up outside of Convention Registration at the Sheraton for those wishing to pre-register at the convention.

PassionTag Contests at Dragon Con Join in and participate in the Dragon Con PassionTag contests for a chance to win a four-day membership to next year’s Dragon Con! Just download the app on your iOS device and start tagging your photos with the official Dragon Con tags.

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Here’s an overview of our Fan Tracks, along with their locations at the convention. Please note that some Fan Track panels may be shifted to bigger rooms in MAIN programming to accommodate the larger crowds. In the descriptions, rooms marked with an [H] are in the Hyatt, an [M] are in the Marriott, an [HIL] are in the Atlanta Hilton, an [S] are at the Sheraton Atlanta, and with a [W] are at the Westin Peachtree Hotel.

Alternate History

Autograph Sessions Code: (AUTO) Location: International Hall South, Marriott, International Lvl.

BritTrack Code: (BRIT) Location: Macon, Sheraton, 2nd Floor

Comics and Pop Art

Code: (ALT) Location: Augusta I–III, Westin, 7th Floor

Code: (COMICS) Location: Hanover F, Hyatt, Exhibit Lvl.

American Sci-Fi Classics

Costuming

Code: (CLSF) Location: M303–304, Marriott, Marquis Lvl.

Code: (CSTM) Location: M103–105, Marriott, Marquis Lvl.

American Sci-Fi Media

Electronic Frontiers Forum

Code: (AMSF) Location: M301–302, Marriott, Marquis Lvl.

Code: (EFF) Location: 201, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Animation

Fantasy Literature

Code: (TOON) Location: Dunwoody, Hyatt, Conference Lvl.

Code: (FL) Location: Embassy C, Hyatt, Embassy Lvl.

Anime/Manga

Filking

Code: (ANIME) Location: Courtland, Hyatt, Conference Lvl.

Code: (FILK) Location: Baker, Hyatt, Conference Lvl.

Apocalypse Rising

Gaming Programming

Code: (AR) Location: Vinings I–II, Westin, 6th Floor

Code: (GAME) Location: Grand Salon C, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Art Show Programming

Horror

Code: (ART) Location: Hanover G, Hyatt, Exhibit Lvl.

Code: (HT) Location: Roswell I–II, Westin, 8th Floor

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and Other Important Room Locations Independent Film & Festival

Reading Sessions

StarGate Multiverse

Code: (FILM) Location: Learning Center, Hyatt, Ballroom Lvl.

Code: (READ) Location: Vinings/University/Roswell/Marietta/ Edgewood, Hyatt, Conference Lvl.

Code: (SGM) Location: International F–H, Westin, 6th Floor

Kaleidoscope Code: (KT) Location: A708, Atrium, Marquis Lvl.

Live Performances: Concerts Code: (LIVE) Location: Various, Hyatt, Ballroom Lvl.

Live Performances: Concourse Code: (CONC) Location: Outside the Art Show/Comics Artists Alley, Hyatt, Exhibit Lvl.

Robotics and Maker Track Code: (ROBOT) Location: Savannah, Sheraton, 2nd Floor

Sci-Fi Literature Code: (SFL) Location: Embassy AB, Hyatt, Embassy Lvl.

Science Code: (SCI) Location: 202, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Silk Road: Asian Cinema & Culture

Online Gaming/MMOs

Code: (SILK) Location: Piedmont, Hyatt, Conference Lvl.

Code: (MMO) Location: Grand Salon E, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Skeptics

Paranormal Activity Code: (PN) Location: Augusta, Sheraton, 2nd Floor

Podcasting Code: (POD) Location: 203, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Puppetry Track Code: (PT) Location: A704, Marriott, Atrium Lvl.

Tolkien’s Middle Earth

Other Important Rooms Armory..............................Inman, Hyatt Regency Blood Drive.......................... A701–702, Marriott

Code: (TOLK) Location: L401–403, Marriott, Lobby Lvl.

Board Games.........................Lower Level, Hilton

Urban Fantasy

CCGs.....................................Lower Level, Hilton

Code: (UF) Location: International BC, Westin, 6th Floor

Campaign RPGs.........................208–211, Hilton

Charity Events.........Marquis Registration, Marriott Con Security................................ M201, Marriott

Video Game Track

Consuite...............................226, Hyatt Regency

Code: (VGT) Location: Grand Salon D, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Contest Registration............Ballroom Lobby, Hyatt Dealer Hall.......................2nd Floor, AmericasMart

Whedon Universe Code: (WU) Location: International DE, Westin, 6th Floor

Writer’s Track

Digital Gaming...........................212–214, Hilton Dragon Con Store.....Imperial Registration, Marriott ........ & Outside Convention Registration, Sheraton

Code: (SKEP) Location: 204–207, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Code: (WRIT) Location: Embassy DEF, Hyatt, Conference Lvl.

Exhibit Hall 1................... 1st Floor, AmericasMart

Space

Exhibit Hall 2...................2nd Floor, AmericasMart

Workshops

Froggy’s Photos................. Intl Hall ABC, Marriott

Code: (SPACE) Location: 309–310, Hilton Atlanta, 2nd Floor

Code: (WKS) Location: Various Locations

...........................................& 313–314, Hilton

TrekTrak

X Track

MECHCORPS.........................Lower Level, Hilton

Code: (TREK) Location: Athens, Sheraton, 2nd Floor

Code: (X) Location: M106–107, Marriott, Marquis Lvl.

Miniatures..............................Lower Level, Hilton

Star Wars

Young Adult Literature

LARPs......................................401–407, Hilton

Non-Campaign RPGs..................301–306, Hilton Code: (SW) Location: A706, Marriott, Atrium Lvl.

Code: (YA) Location: A707, Marriott, Atrium Lvl.

Video Rooms....................Spring/Techwood, Hyatt Walk of Fame..............Marquis Ballroom, Marriott

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Hotel floor level reference AmericasMart, Building 1, Floor 1 Exhibitors............................................63 AmericasMart, Building 1, Floor 2 Dealers, Exhibitors.........................61, 63 Hyatt, Ballroom Level: Contest Registration, FILM, Information Booth, MAIN ......................................69 Hyatt, International Level: MAIN.................................................70 Hyatt, Exhibit Level: ART, Art Show, COMICS, Comics Artists Alley, Concourse, Daily Dragon, Fan Tables, MAIN, WKS........................................71 Hyatt, Conference Level: ANIME, ARM, FILK, READ, SILK, TOON, Video Rooms, WKS .............................72 Hyatt, Embassy Hall: FLIT, SFLIT, WRIT................................73 Hyatt, Second Floor: ConSuite........................map not available Marriott, International Level: AUTO, Froggy’s Photos.........................75 Marriott, Marquis Level: AMSF, AMSFC, Charity Donations, CSTM, DC Security, DC Store, Information Booth, Walk of Fame, X..................................76 Marriott, Lobby Level: Celebrity Autographs, Eternal Badge Pickup, TOLK, VIP Badge Pick-up................77 Marriott, Atrium Level: Blood Drive, KT, MAIN, PUPPET, SW, YA...............................................78 8

Hilton, Lower Level: Gaming Registration, Open Gaming, Board Gaming, CCGs, MECHCORPS, Miniatures...........................................79 Hilton, First Floor: MAIN, Celebrity Authentics...................80 Hilton, Second Floor: Computer Gaming, Campaign RPGs, Information Booth, EFF, GAME, MAIN, MMO, POD, ROBOT, SCI, SKEP, SPACE, VGT......81 Hilton, Third Floor: Craig Damon Photos, Non-campaign RPGs, SPACE, War College, WKS....................82 Hilton, Fourth Floor: LARPs................................................83 Sheraton, First Floor: Convention Registration, DC Satellite Store, Disability Services, Information Booth, MAIN.................................................84 Sheraton, Second Floor: BRIT, PN, ROBOT, TREK.......................85 Sheraton, Third Floor: MAIN.................................................86 Westin, Sixth Floor: AR, Information Booth, SGM, UF, WU....87 Westin, Seventh Floor: ALT, MAIN...........................................88

Fan Track Progamming Main Programming (MAIN) Thursday Dragon Con Night at Turner Field

First pitch will be thrown by a special DC guest and in-game entertainment will be “geeked up” all night. Portion of ticket sales benefit the Dragon Con Charities! (Extra fee event) Thu 7:00 pm; Offsite

Sherrilyn Kenyon Book Launch and Dark Hunters Ball

Thu 7:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]; 2.5 Hrs

Drum Circle

Feel the rhythm! Bring your drum, get in a circle, and play. Make some noise! Thu 10:00 pm; Cent. I [H]; 4 Hrs

Friday The Dragon Con Late Show

The latest Dragon Con news, events, schedule changes, and helpful hints to help fans survive this massive multimedia event. Dr. S. Granade; Fri 9:00 am; Cent. I-III [H]; 30 Min

Bill Corbett, Unlicensed Life Coach

Live podcast recording as Bill Corbett tries to help with life problems, despite being frighteningly unqualified to do so. B. Corbett, J. Scrimshaw; Fri 10:00 am; A601-A602 [M]

Extras Casting Atlanta

Meet the casting company that hires extras for feature films and TV shows filmed locally. Bring a recent photo and register for feature projects in the Atlanta area. Fri 10:00 am; Intl. S [H]

John Barrowman Live!!! [rebroadcast dc tv]

J. Barrowman; Fri 11:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Paul and Storm Talk About Some Stuff for Five to Ten Minutes (on Average)

Paul and Storm record a live version of their wide-ranging podcast discussion of whatever topics occur to them at the moment. Paul and Storm; Fri 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Branded: How SF/F Creators Have Built Their Own Brands

Top artists share their entrepreneurial strategies on how they create career sustainability on their own terms and how you can do it too. W. Stout, L. Elmore, J. Picacio; Fri 11:30 am; Intl. N [H]

Spotlight on Lucy Lawless [rebroadcast dc tv]

Say hello to the Warrior Princess herself! L. Lawless; Fri 1:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Making Custom Toys

Meet Shelley Drexler and Chris Gann who are behind the production of the “Baby Dragons” and find out what is involved with making a custom toy. C. Gann; Fri 1:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

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Getting Hatched!

Learn the art, craft and business of becoming a successful actor in today’s new movie and television industry. R. Hatch, B. Linaweaver; Fri 2:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

But I Play One on TV

Adam Savage and Phil Plait will swap stories about communicating science to the public. P. Plait, A. Savage, V. Belmont; Fri 2:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Richard Dean Anderson

Meet the actor behind characters from General Hospital, MacGyver, Legend, and StarGate. R. Anderson; Fri 2:30 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Talking RiffTax with Bill Corbett

One of RiffTrax’s 3 main writer/performerswill show some RiffTrax highlights, a RiffTrax short or two, and take your questions and even answer them! B. Corbett; Fri 2:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Jane Espenson, Brad Bell, and Their “Husbands”

Creators Espenson and Bell talk Husbands, a newlywed comedy with a marriage-equality spin. J. Espenson, B. Bell, J. Gavankar; Fri 2:30 pm; Reg. V [H]

How I Became Dr. Venture, Robert Crumb and 101 Red Herrings

Actor James Urbaniak discusses his life and career as a “modestly successful character actor” and beloved internet presence. K. Plume, J. Urbaniak; Fri 4:00 pm; Cent. I [H]

Dragon Con Opening Ceremonies

The Dragon hatches and we celebrate the beginning of our 27th anniversary convention! Meet our Guests of Honor for 2013! L. Niven, J. Burns; Fri 6:00 pm; Cent. I [H]; 30 Min

FRED Entertainment Panel-PaloozaExtrava-Thingee-a-Doodle

A panel that really only exists for the sake of frolicking, bantering, and geeking about with special guests and an Irishman. K. Plume, B. Corbett, J. Urbaniak, Paul and Storm, M. Lewis, J. Scrimshaw, A. Poole; Fri 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Tony Lately

Ala Chelsea Handler’s talk show format, Tony always gives his audience something to laugh at. What will his round table of celebrity guests get into! T. Lords, K. Najimy, O. Grauer; Fri 5:30 pm; Reg. V [H]

Wrestling!

DCW is back! The men and women in tights return and bring the smack down with them. Fri 7:00 pm; Cent. II-III [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Hour with Crüxshadows

Keeping current with a Dragon Con favorite. Crüxshadows, Rogue, J. Lackey; Fri 7:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

Atlanta Radio Theater Presents: In Need of a Bard

Kelley S. Ceccato takes audiences, and Brad the Bard, into another world where gryphons and unicorns are just people…people who watch our world. Atlanta Radio Theatre Company; Fri 7:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Friday Night Costuming Contest [rebroadcast dc tv]

A costume contest with an emphasis on costume workmanship. K. David, C. Lambeth, N. Harsch, M. Sakuta, F. Clements, T. Merrill, P. Cole; Fri 8:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Dragon Con’s Pinups by the Pool Party

Music, gorgeous ladies, and fun is what’s to be had at the poolside party. Shimmy contest, and a mermaid competition are part of what is in store! T. Love; Fri 8:30 pm; Sheraton Pool; 2.5 Hrs

Revenge of the Nerds: A Dragon Con Homecoming

Dust off those poofy dresses and that white tux! Tease up your hair. Step back in time in your best geeky finery! Dance the night away to hits from the 80s. DJP; Fri 10:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]; 4 Hrs

Friends of Bill W.

Fri 10:00 pm; Roswell [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Drum Circle

Bring your drum, get in a circle, and play. A joyful time for all! Fri 11:30 pm; Cent. I [H]; 4 Hrs

Crossed Swords!

Broadswords, rapiers and even batlefs clash in this dazzling display of Hollywood-style combat. Crossed Swords, N. Harsch, M. Sakuta; Sat 11:30 am; Reg. V [H]

Obsessed

Join Joseph Scrimshaw, Ken Plume, and more guests for a live recording of the hit podcast about liking things a lot. K. Plume, J. Scrimshaw; Sat 1:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

A Conversation with Stephen Amell

S. Amell; Sat 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

How to Do Comedy Wrong the Right Way

Learn the dark arts of the funny in this panel about comedy theory with Joseph Scrimshaw, Bill Corbett, and other professional funny people. B. Corbett, J. Scrimshaw; Sat 2:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

M5: Blowing Stuff Up for Science!!! Saturday

[rebroadcast dc tv]

The latest Dragon Con news, events, schedule changes, and helpful hints to help fans survive this massive multimedia event. Dr. S. Granade; Sat 9:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]; 30 Min

Jamie’s first Dragon Con! Adam and Jamie will be taking questions about tested.com, Mythbusters, blowing stuff up, and anything else fans want to know. K. Plume, A. Savage, J. Hyneman; Sat 5:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

12th Annual Dragon Con Parade

Dragon Con Night at the Aquarium

The Dragon Con Late Show

Gather your costume and muster at 9:30 am sharp and join our Grand Marshals for the parade! E. Hudson, J. Wurts, L. Niven, J. Frank, B. Williams, K. Prell, K. Mullen; Sat 10:00 am; Parade

Celebrate summer’s end with the Aspen Comics Beach Party during Dragon Con Night at the Georgia Aquarium! (Extra fee event) DJ Spider; Sat 7:00 pm; Offsite; 2.5 Hrs

Dragon Con Charity Auction: Books and Art

Focusing on books and art during this auction. Sat 11:30 am; Hanover C-E [H]; 4 Hrs

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Dragon Con Guest of Honor Awards Banquet

We honor our 2013 Guests of Honor and present the Julie Award and Hank Reinhardt Fandom Award. P. David, T. Smith, The Bonaventure Quartet; Sat 7:00 pm; Reg. VIVII [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Danger Woman!

The Karaoke Songbird of Justice Force sings and entertains with her latest exploits. Sat 7:00 pm; Vinings [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Gonzoroo II

An evening of music, geekery, comedic delights, and surprises galore! K. Plume, S. McCoy, B. Corbett, A. Savage, J. Urbaniak, Paul and Storm, M. Lewis, J. Scrimshaw, A. Poole, M. Phirman; Sat 8:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

From the Page to the Stage: Comic Book Pageant [rebroadcast dc tv]

Your favorite comic book characters come to life in our annual contest! G. Jeanty, T. Merrill, G. Pérez, C. Love, A. Withers; Sat 8:30 pm; Cent. I-III [H]; 2.5 Hrs

An Hour with Voltaire

Find out all the latest happenings with this Renaissance performer, author, and artist. K. Lockhart, A. Voltaire; Sat 8:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

The Kings of Cosplay Comedy with Chris Gore

Join Chris Gore as he hosts a night of Cosplay Comedy. Your favorites from Star Wars, Marvel, and DC doing standup comedy like you’ve never seen. C. Gore; Sat 10:00 pm; Reg. V [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Friends of Bill W.

Sat 10:00 pm; Roswell [H]; 2.5 Hrs 10

Drum Circle

Bring your drum, get in a circle, and play. A joyful time for all! Sat 11:30 pm; Cent. I [H]; 4 Hrs

The Colossal Mystery Science Theater 3000 25th Anniversary Festival-AGo-Go!

An MST3K film festival spectacular! Win prizes! All-niter survival kits available while supplies last! D. Griffith; Sat 11:30 pm; Hanover C-E [H]; 10 Hrs

Dragon Con Burlesque: A Glamour Geek Revue

A Classic Burlesque with a Dragon Con twist in this vintage-styled show! (90 minutes) DJ Spider, T. Love; Sun 12:00 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Kilt Blowing with Jennie Breeden J. Breeden; Sun 1:00 am; Intl. N [H]

Sunday The Dragon Con Late Show

The latest Dragon Con news, events, schedule changes, and helpful hints to help fans survive this massive multimedia event. Dr. S. Granade; Sun 9:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]; 30 Min

Robot BattlesTM: Microbattles Safety/ Check-in

Contestant check in and safety inspection. K. Lockhart; Sun 8:30 am; Intl. N/S [H]

Dragon Con Charity Auction

Lots of spectacular items to go on the block! Stop by the donation booth prior to the Auction to see some of the items, or donate your own. Sun 10:00 am; Hanover C-E [H]; 4 Hrs

Robot BattlesTM: Microbattles

Antweight and Beetleweight robots fight one on one in our custom arena. K. Lockhart; Sun 10:00 am; Intl. N/S [H]

Power Up with the Green Ranger!

J. Frank; Sun 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

FRED Entertainment Presents Yet Another Panel About Dr. Who

Ken Plume and guests rant, rave, giggle and titter about all things DW as only enthusiastic, opinionated and reasonably well-informed geeks can hope to do. K. Plume; Sun 2:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

LearningTown: The Webseries: The Panel

A loving look back at the first season of “LearningTown”, the 2013 web series from the “Geek and Sundry” YouTube channelong. J. Urbaniak, Paul and Storm, M. Phirman; Sun 4:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Secretroom.net presents: A Gothic Vampire Pool Soiree

Complete with a Gothic Fashion Show, Cash Bar and multiple DJs this event will take a bite out of the Sunday Night Blues! Sun 6:00 pm; Sheraton Pool; 4 Hrs

Solve This: Live!

The improvisational panel game that has solved problems for millions worldwide will now solve problems for you live and on stage for the second time! W. Walls, A. Poole, J. Boutelle; Sun 7:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

ARTC Presents: War of the Worlds: The Untold Story

Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the most well-known radio broadcast of all time. Not a re-creation, but a brand new adaptation by Ron N.Butler. Atlanta Radio Theatre Company; Sun 7:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Masquerade [live and rebroadcast dc tv]

Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (Revisited)

Dragon Con is proud to once again present the largest and most spectacular masquerade costume contest in the known and unknown universe. A. Simcoe, V. Mignogna, R. Wooley, F. Ippolito; Sun 8:30 pm; Cent. I-III [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Bill Corbett’s Super-Powered Revenge Christmas: A New Graphic Novel

The Kings of Cosplay Comedy with Chris Gore

Join the actors that played Mr. Fantastic and the Silver Surfer for a look back at the 2005 film. I. Gruffudd, D. Jones; Sun 4:00 pm; Cent. I [H]

The author talks about the making of his new epic Christmas comic book and shows preview pages. B. Corbett; Sun 4:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

Join Chris Gore as he hosts a night of Cosplay Comedy. Your favorites from Star Wars, Marvel, and DC doing standup comedy like you’ve never seen. C. Gore; Sun 8:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Fandom Music Video Awards

The FMVAs continues its tradition screening the best AMVs and FMVs spanning sci-fi, fantasy, horror, pop culture, and anime. Sun 8:30 pm; Hanover C-E [H] Dragon Con 2013


Overflow Viewing for Masquerade

Sun 8:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

American Ninja Warrior Q&A

Meet some of the ninjas that have competed in the competition. Find out just what it takes, and what it’s like to be an American Ninja Warrior! Sun 8:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Gonzo Quiz Show IV: The Quest for Quiz

Teams of celebrity guests are led through a series of panel show games that you entertained. K. Plume, S. McCoy, B. Corbett, A. Savage, J. Urbaniak, Paul and Storm, M. Lewis, J. Scrimshaw, A. Poole, M. Phirman; Sun 8:30 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]; 2.5 Hrs

FMVA Videos

Some of your favorites from the Fandom Music Video Awards Videos are played. Sun 10:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Friends of Bill W.

Sun 10:00 pm; Roswell [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Drum Circle

Bring your drum, get in a circle, and play. A joyful time for all! Mon 12:00 am; Cent. I [H]; 4 Hrs

Monday The Dragon Con Late Show

The latest Dragon Con news, events, schedule changes, and helpful hints to help fans survive this massive multimedia event. Dr. S. Granade; Mon 9:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]; 30 Min

Robot BattlesTM: Safety and Check-in

Contestants need to check in before the main event starts. K. Lockhart; Mon 10:00 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Comic Book Quick Sketch Contest

America’s largest quick sketch competition for the discovery of new talent, with prizes for individual character and best comic page. G. Jeanty; Mon 10:00 am; Learning Center [H]

Robot BattlesTM: Competition

The 23rd Annual Robot BattlesTM, where homemade robots battle for mechanical supremacy. K. Lockhart; Mon 11:30 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]; 4 Hrs

Alternate History (ALT) Thursday The Aether Lounge

A casual mixer and meet-and-greet with track regulars, featuring DJ Doctor Q and members of the Artifice Club. Thu 8:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]; 2.5 Hrs

Friday All Aboard The Alternate History Track

Meet other like-minded folks and learn about the coming weekend. Fri 11:30 am; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Gears, Goggles, and Brass: Basic Building

A panel and demo all about the DIY, keeping the punk in steampunk, and showing you the basic building blocks you need to do it yourself. Nicholas Baumann, T. Willeford; Fri 1:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Pulp: From Paperbacks to Film and Beyond

The Clockwork Century and the Cinder Spires

Steampunk “Super” Culture

The World of Abney Park

Pulse-pounding adventure is just the beginning. Our group of all-star pulpsters will take a look at all things pulp. J. Ringo, B. Nash, V. Plexico, J. Tuck, D. Lewis, D. Dawson; Fri 1:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W] Discussion on the symbiosis between various subcultures and fandoms, in steampunk. B. Kesinger, S. Fleischer, T. Willeford; Fri 2:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Alternate History Costuming I: The Renaissance (Tudor-Cavalier)

Costuming experts discuss the tips, tricks, and secrets for fashions for the Tudor through Cavalier periods. T. Merrill, E. Bushko; Fri 2:30 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Biscuits and Bowlers at Dawn: The High Fashion and High Tea Duel!

Part High Noon, part High Tea as costumers pace off and take aim at top honors in an onstage duel. Professor Elemental, Nick Baumann, Robin Blackburn; Fri 4:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]; 2.5 Hrs

Sherlock Holmes and the Mainstreaming of Victoriana

Alternate history has grown in popularity, largely thanks to the interest in Victorian-era fiction. T. Willeford; Fri 5:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Step into Cherie Priest’s world of The Clockwork Century and find out more about Jim Butcher’s upcoming work The Cinder Spires. J. Butcher, C. Priest; Fri 5:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W] Discussion on the books, games, and world behind the band. Abney Park; Fri 7:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Dieselpunk 101

Covering the dieselpunk movement, correcting commonly held misconceptions about the genre, and showcasing examples in media. Fri 7:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Steampunk Themes in Doctor Who

A discussion of how the world of Steampunk has influenced Doctor Who. Fri 8:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Race and Gender Issues in Alternate History

Panelists discuss how to handle gender and race roles in the context of history and alternate history tales. L. Hieber, A. Peacemaker, M. Killjoy; Fri 8:30 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Her Royal Majesty’s Boasting Contest

This competition is open for all to tell their grandest tale in five minutes or less. Fri 10:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Yellow-brick Fairytales: Oz and Other Alt. History Storybook Variations

Follow the yellow brick road down the rabbit hole and happily ever after as the Victorian roots of fairy tales are discussed. S. Antczak, J. Oliver, J. Ward, E. Bushko; Fri 10:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

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Racy Retrofutures: Sex and Taboos in Alternate History

From colonial kinks to post-apocalyptic fallen women, this discussion covers all the steam in steampunk. (Mature Audiences Only) D. Dawson, M. Killjoy, T. Love; Fri 11:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Saturday Bartitsu: Victorian Era Self Defense

The Victorian art of Bartitsu is presented through period costumed scenarios, technique demonstration, and panel discussions. Sat 11:30 am; Augusta 1-2 [W]

The Inaugural Airship Races!

Remote control airships race in thrilling elimination heats and also compete on aesthetics and design. Sat 11:30 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Alternate History Costuming II: Victorian-Edwardian

Costuming experts discuss the tips, tricks, and secrets for fashions for the Victorian and Edwardian times. T. Merrill, E. Bushko, Robin Blackburn; Sat 1:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Practical Time Travel

This panel discusses the science and real theories behind time travel, followed by a survey of time travel used in speculative fiction and media. J. Oliver, R. Sawyer, D. Viguié, D. Lee, Glenn Freund; Sat 1:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

The Steampunk Music Summit

Behind the Steam and The Clockwork Cabaret discuss steampunk music with some of the foremost creators of these tunes. Professor Elemental, Robert Brown, Unwoman; Sat 2:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Magic, Occult, and Fantasy in Alternate History

Mixing magic with history, this discussion covers the occult in history and in alternate history literature. K. Hinds, M.B. Weston, L. Hieber, D. Jackson; Sat 2:30 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Time After Time Reunion

The Tinker’s Clockwork Carnival

Step right up and see working mechanical marvels from Steampunk Showmen, Mad Makers, and Ingenious Inventors. D. Lee, The League of S.T.E.A.M.; Sat 5:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

The Many Worlds of Pulp and Speculative Fiction

The writers of pulp and speculative fiction discuss the wide range of stories to tell: hollow earth, swords and sorcery, and so much more. B. Linaweaver, B. Nash, L. Hieber, D. Jackson, J. Tuck; Sat 5:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Authors, costumers, and editors discuss various ends of the world. B. Linaweaver, S. Stirling, M. Killjoy; Sat 10:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Cogs and Cocktails

Wondering what to serve in your airship stateroom after hours? Our experts discuss gin, whiskey, and wine. Sat 10:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Gears and Tentacles: Lovecraft’s Influence

Our experts discuss H.P. Lovecraft’s effect on Steampunk. (Mature Audiences Only) C. Priest, J. Tuck; Sat 11:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Stars Malcolm McDowell and David Warner discuss their trip through time as H.G. Wells and Jack the Ripper in this 1979 classic. A. Taylor, M. McDowell, D. Warner; Sat 4:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Behind the Gears: Master Maker Q&A

Meet the League of S.T.E.A.M.

Alternate History: What’s Trending After Steampunk?

A showcase what goes on when the lab lights turn off. The steamier side of steampunk. (Mature Audiences Only) Sat 11:30 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

The Many Faces of Jack the Ripper

Retrofuture Writings: Worldbuilding and Publishing

The League and their friends discuss their adventures and exploits. T. Hope, Nick Baumann, Robin Blackburn, Glenn Freund, Russell Isler, Duane Matthews, S. Fleischer; Sat 4:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Clockwork Comics: Speculative Fiction in Sequental Art

An introduction to steampunk, dieselpunk, Weird West, and much more in alternate history sequential art. J. Palmiotti, B. Kesinger, Professor Elemental; Sat 4:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Some of the foremost inventors and makers share tips and tricks in this roundtable Q&A. D. Lee, Nick Baumann, Duane Matthew, T. Willeford; Sat 7:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

According to IBM, Steampunk is the next big thing this year. But what happens next? This panel of experts discusses the possibilities. M. Killjoy; Sat 7:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Steampunk After Dark

Sunday

A discussion of the infamous serial murderer responsible for the Whitechapel killings and the countless fictional speculations he’s spawned. B. Linaweaver, J. Oliver; Sat 8:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

This author’s workshop discusses how to build a cohesive world in Alternate History fiction, cover power sources, politics, and more. C. Eddy, D. Lewis, T. Willeford; Sun 10:00 am; Augusta 1-2 [W]

John Carter and Other Works from Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Science of Airships

John Carter’s recent film flop turned cult classic was just one of many unsung great tales from the mind of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Sat 8:30 pm; Augusta 3 [W] 12

After the End: Bio-Punk and PostApocalyptica

Explore how the science of lift dictated zeppelin design. Sun 10:00 am; Augusta 3 [W]

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Automatons and Octopi: The Work of Doktor A and Brian Kesinger

From robot toys to pet octopi, steampunk artists are doing some incredible work. Meet and talk with the creators of mechtorians and the tea girls. Doktor A, B. Kesinger; Sun 11:30 am; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Alt. History Costuming III: Regency and Colonial

Costuming experts discuss the tips, tricks, and secrets for fashions for the Regency and Colonial periods. T. Merrill, E. Bushko; Sun 11:30 am; Augusta 3 [W]

Cyberpunk: Alternate History or Real History?

An update on the current state of the genre now that aspects of a dystopic future have become science fact. S. Stirling, S. Fleischer, T. Willeford; Sun 1:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

The Noble Razor Shaving Practicum

Dr. Mike’s “how-tos” and demonstrations will help get you to a smoother shave, better skin, and a higher quality experience. Sun 1:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

The Desperate Steampunk

Learn how to turn flea market finds and castoffs into top-drawer steampunk costuming with no-sew shortcuts. D. Lee; Sun 2:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Vintage Tomorrows Screening

This debut documentary exploring steampunk and the future of technology will be followed by a Q&A. Sun 4:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Rococo and Nerf: The XYZ-Punk Effect

This steam-and-diesel-fueled discussion covers all the hyphen-punks that are out there. Glenn Freund; Sun 4:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

The Art of Adapting Characters for Alt. History Costuming

Tricks and pitfalls to avoid in adaptations of popular characters, from Steampunk Star Wars to ‘50s Batman. Sun 5:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Around the World in 80 Minutes: Steampunk Multiculturalism

Writers and costumers tour the world and explore the many cultures ripe with retrofuture inspiration. C. Priest, K. Hinds, A. Peacemaker; Sun 5:30 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Tesla and Edison: The Great Debate

Thomas Edison is considered the father of electricity, but has history shortchanged Nikola Tesla? T. Willeford; Sun 7:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Women in Alternate History

This discussion of girl power and gears features writers and costumers sharing their opinions. J. Ward, K. Hinds, D. Dawson, Robin Blackburn; Sun 7:00 pm; Augusta 3 [W]

Mechanical Masquerade: The Retropolis

Be you steampunk, time traveler, or any fan of pasts or futures that never were, celebrate at our grand masked ball! Professor Elemental, The League of S.T.E.A.M., Unwoman, Blair Crimmins and The Hookers, Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands; Sun 8:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]; 5.5 Hrs

Monday State of Steampunk Literature

Editors, publishers, and representatives of publishing conduct a roundtable discussion. K. Hinds, A. Gilbreath, K. Hughes, J. Minz, A. Peacemaker; Mon 10:00 am; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Young Adult Alternate History

The wide expanse of Alternate History isn’t just for adults, as our panel of YA authors will discuss. M.B. Weston, S. Chang, E. Bush; Mon 10:00 am; Augusta 3 [W]

Alt. History Costuming IV: The Great Wars

Costuming experts discuss the tips, tricks, and secrets for fashions during the eras of World Wars I and II. T. Merrill, E. Bushko; Mon 11:30 am; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Social Steam: Steampunk, Social Media, and Regional Communities

Steampunk is more than costumes and books. It’s a subculture with social media, regional elements, and differences. T. Hope; Mon 11:30 am; Augusta 3 [W]

Alternate History Retrospective: A Podcast Mega-show Finale

S.T.E.A.M. Geeks and Ratchet RetroCast review the Con, have an open Q&A, and rotate out all kinds of special guests. Nick Baumann, Glenn Freund, Russell Isler; Mon 1:00 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]; 2.5 Hrs

American Sci-Fi and Fantasy Media (AMSF) Friday Starting the Con with a Big Bang Theory

A juggernaught of nerds and geeks, this show offers fan tidbits in one hand and pokes fun with the other. Fri 10:00 am; M301 [M]

Dragon Con 101 Meetup!

Connect with other Dragon Con newbies in this casual, informal meet and greet. Fri 10:00 am; M302 [M]

Spartacus: Blood in the Sand

Battle to the first blood with Spartacus himself! L. McIntyre; Fri 10:00 am; Reg. VIVII [H]

BSG: Is the War Over? [live dc tv]

The Cylon war ended, then it began anew, now... is it really over? Can they co-exist? R. Hatch, T. Penikett, E. Olmos, K. McClure, K. Grazier; Fri 11:30 am; Cent. II-III [H]

GoT Fan Meet up

If you want to connect with other fans that love the show come to this casual meet and greet. This is an informal gathering. Fri 11:30 am; M301 [M]

So What Do We Mean by New Media Series?

New Media, once the domain of web series, now has big players joining the fray. Learn what is good, what is coming, and what it will mean. Fri 1:00 pm; M301 [M]

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Lost Girl Fan Meetup!

GoT: Shock and Awww in Season 3

Nerd Comedy

Sidekicks: Hero Support or More?

OUaT: A Tale of Secrets Untold

Sci-fi Drive-in Theater Heckle-along with SuperShark

Continuum: Liber8 and the Law

Person of Interest: Meeting of Minds

If you want to connect with other fans that love the show come to this casual meet and greet. This is an informal gathering. Fri 1:00 pm; M302 [M] Worlds are revealed and new friends join us to share from their journeys in Storybrooke. J. Espenson, R. Sbarge, K. Tracy; Fri 1:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

North of the Wall and south to Yunkai, HBO’s Game of Thrones reaches an unprecedented audience with its beautiful and brutal storytelling. Fri 7:00 pm; M301-M302 [M]

Continuum: The Future is in Their Hands

What is more fun than seeing a “so bad it’s good” B movie with friends? Be a part of the event as our hosts share insights as we watch this “classic.” Fri 9:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Smallville: The Power Players

GoT: Red Wedding Tears

Are they changing the world to what the future is or will be? L. Petersen, B. Markinson; Fri 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil] Face off between the players as they confront each other over the fate of a hero. L. Vandervoort, J. Glover, A. Mack, J. Sands; Fri 4:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Legend of the Seeker Fan Meetup!

If you want to connect with other fans that love the show come to this casual meet and greet. This is an informal gathering. Fri 4:00 pm; M302 [M]

GoT: Welcome to the Wall

The wildlings and those that watch over them, and the Wall itself who looms as the final barrier. N. Tena, B. Gorman, J. Cosmo; Fri 5:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Haven: The Colorado Kid

A look back at Season 3 and forward to Season 4 for the little show that could and its unique stories. Fri 5:30 pm; M301 [M]

Once Upon a Time Meetup!

A casual meet and greet for fans who love the show. Fri 5:30 pm; M302 [M] 14

Saturday The source of internet memes, songs, and reaction videos, this episode caused workplaces to stop dead as it was the topic of the day. Sat 10:00 am; M301-M302 [M]

OUaT: The Quest for Neverland

Neverland holds the secrets of Season 3, but in the past year, we’ve seen tales from many lands. R. Sbarge, A. Zahara, K. Tracy; Sat 11:30 am; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Beauty and the Beast: Not the Same Old Fairy Tale

The classic story with a supersoldier-gonewrong spin, the series got a love it or leave it attitude from fans but will be back for season 2. Sat 11:30 am; M301-M302 [M]

Spartacus: Gladiators Vengeance [live dc tv]

Face off in the arena with some impressive warriors and confront them with questions. L. McIntyre, M. Bennett, L. Lawless; Sat 1:00 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Big Bang theory proved nerds can sell TV, but only Neighbors and Community are hanging in there. What makes these shows work when others fail? Sat 1:00 pm; M301-M302 [M] Shall we tear down the Corporations who will rule the Future, or lock up the terrorists where they belong? T. Penikett, L. Petersen, J. Spence, B. Markinson; Sat 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Living and Dying in 3/4 Time

Forgiving the networks for what they kill and believing again for the Fall Season, we look back at cancelled shows and forward to new ones. Sat 2:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]

BSG: The Ragtag Fleet [live dc tv]

The last of humanity holding on to the end of their civilization with each precious breath of air. R. Hatch, E. Olmos, K. McClure, K. Grazier; Sat 4:00 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Continuum: Making the Future

Reeling through its first and second seasons, this Syfy show is a real thinking person’s SF. Is it formula or fresh insight? Sat 4:00 pm; M301-M302 [M]

Smallville: Creators of a Hero

Good and evil helped to make the boy into the hero we know and respect. L. Vandervoort, J. Glover, A. Mack, J. Sands; Sat 5:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Once Upon Its Second Season

Widening its fairy tale web, Storybrooke casts its net wider, adding more tales, and brings a spinoff into being. Sat 5:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]

Sometimes the best thing about a show is not the hero but the sidekicks. Discuss favorites like Kenzi, Chloe, Xander, and Diggle. Sat 7:00 pm; M301-M302 [M] When is “the Machine” not just a machine? When it becomes Ernest Thornhill. PoI makes the jump to genre as its AI crosses the sentient line. Sat 8:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]

Sexing Up History

History is so hot right now, clothing is disappearing. Discuss Tudors, Spartacus, Borgias, DaVinci, and more. Sat 10:00 pm; M301-M302 [M]

Sunday BSG: C.I.C. Conference [live dc tv]

Head in to the C.I.C with the command structure for a strategy meeting about past campaigns. E. Olmos, K. McClure, L. Lawless; Sun 10:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]

Under the Dome: The Mystery Under Glass

Take a look into the microscope as we explore the mysteries of the bubble. Sun 10:00 am; M301-M302 [M]

GoT: Winter is Coming [rebroadcast dc tv]

Tame and untamed match up as Knight Commander Mormont sits down with the wilding Osha to talk about the weather. N. Tena, J. Cosmo; Sun 11:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

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Arrow: Bullseye! [rebroadcast dc tv]

The dark hero faces a city rife with corruption, hiding from friends, family, and foes alike. J. Barrowman, K. Hu, J. Gavankar, S. Gabel, M. Bennett, S. Amell; Sun 1:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Beyond Sharknado: Cheesy B Movies are Back

Learn why these flicks have made a big comeback in recent years and which films are worth the time. Sun 1:00 pm; M301-M302 [M]

Smallville: Save Me!

Spartacus: Duality of Their Kind

Admired as a gladiator, yet despised as a slave. Life in the arena and beyond to greater things. L. McIntyre, M. Bennett; Sun 7:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Gameshow of Thrones! Season 2

Round TWO: Be prepared for the epic battle of teams, bring your group of four, and be ready for games and trivia to see who wins the spoils. Sun 8:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday Arrow: Vigilante Justice

Justice is blind, but what about Vengeance? Is a green hood a black hat or a white one? K. Hu, J. Gavankar, S. Amell; Mon 10:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Me and My AI

Smallville: Metropolis and Beyond

OUaT: Happily Ever After

Happily ever after is never really the end of the story. What is hidden, shall be revealed. J. Espenson, K. Tracy; Sun 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Continuum: Time Loops

When Paradox meets reality, which one wins? That is the conundrum of time travel. L. Petersen, J. Spence, B. Markinson; Sun 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Arrow: A Hero on Target

A discussion of the first season of this tale of a rich boy vigilante with a bow. Sun 5:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]

A spoiler-free discussion of the Seven, the Old Gods, the Red God, and all the other Game of Thrones religions. Mon 2:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]

American Sci-Fi Classics (CLSF) Thursday

Are the villains the heroes, or the heroes the villains? A consideration of the show’s surprisingly gray morality. L. Vandervoort, J. Glover, A. Mack; Sun 2:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M] A discussion of how Artificial Intelligence has it been handled in media and how that has colored perspectives. Sun 2:30 pm; M301-M302 [M]

GoT Religions: We Want You for the Red God!

From the small town to the big city, destiny plays its part in the greater story. J. Marsters, L. Vandervoort, J. Glover, A. Mack; Mon 11:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Snack Counter: Medium or Large?

Did you want the combo pack for a quarter more? A discussion of whether this year’s movies were they worth the price of admission. Mon 11:30 am; M301-M302 [M]

BSG: What Do You hear?

Nothin’ but the rain. Then grab your gun and bring in the cat. Join us for the final BSG panel for 2013. R. Hatch, T. Penikett, E. Olmos, K. McClure, K. Grazier; Mon 1:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Sci-Fi Classic Track Party-Fest-ORama

Get ready for convention liftoff. Meet the Classic Track geeks and revel in sweet nerdiness. Thu 8:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Friday Sid and Marty Krofft: Wildboys and Dynagirls

Fall into the hat for a look at the creators who defined the 70s and a generation. M. Faber; Fri 10:00 am; M303-M304 [M]

Happiest Space Off Earth: Disney-fied Sci-Fi

Many moons before Disney bought Marvel and Star Wars, they were all about geeky movies, from Dragonslayer to Black Hole. D. Viguié; Fri 11:30 am; M303-M304 [M]

Farscape: Same Dren, Different Planet

Stars tell tales from some distant part of the universe. G. Edgley, P. Goddard, A. Simcoe; Fri 1:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Adrian Paul: From Highlander to Immortality

The action hero holds court about his movies and TV career. A. Paul; Fri 1:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

1970s Sci-Fi: Movies Made of People

The golden age of bizarre sci-fi flicks, from the weird to the way-out. Fri 1:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Lindsay Wagner: Bionics and Beyond

The TV superstar talks about her career as a sci-fi superhero. L. Wagner; Fri 2:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Voyagers! Time Travel in Sci-Fi TV

Doctors are not the only timey-wimey travelers. A look at sliders, leapers, and the multifaceted genius of Meeno Peluce. V. Plexico, M. Gordon, D. Viguié; Fri 2:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

SeaQuest DSV: 20th Anniversary Under the Sea

Underwater, in the future, with a talking dolphin. It’s not hard to fathom why we should celebrate with this show’s league of fans. B. Nash, D. Viguié; Fri 4:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Eight Bits of Awesome: ‘80s and ‘90s Video Games

From Atari to the arcade, insert coin and wire your console to the TV for this tribute. M. Faber; Fri 5:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Ernie Hudson: Cleaning Up the Town

When someone asks if you are a god, you say yes! Learn this and other life lessons from the star of Ghostbusters, Oz, and tons more. E. Hudson; Fri 7:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

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Six Million Dollar Fans

From bionics to Bigfoot, celebrate the slowmotion superheroes. B. Nash, D. Viguié; Fri 7:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Ghostbusters Fan Stream-crossing

For fans of the cartoons, the movies, 40 years of darkness, and dogs and cats living together. Fri 8:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Babylon 5: 20 Years of the Last Best Hope

Celebrate the dream given form, all alone in the night. V. Plexico, D. Viguié; Fri 10:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Quickly Canceled Sci-Fi TV Theater

Bear witness to long-lost sci-fi and fantasy TV shows. We will watch them until morale improves. Fri 11:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Saturday Super-vehicle Showdown!

These important topics are why convention panels exist: Which super-vehicle is the best, KITT, Airwolf, The Batmobile, or...? V. Plexico, M. Gordon; Sat 10:00 am; M303-M304 [M]

Super Friends: Hall of 40th Anniversary Justice

Intensive discussion about the Wonder Twins (and the rest of the classic cartoon. Probably.) V. Plexico, M. Faber; Sat 11:30 am; M303-M304 [M]

Lee Majors: Six Million Dollar Superstar

The 1970s superhero discusses his career, from the red tracksuit to the Fall Guy. L. Majors; Sat 1:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

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Kung-Fu Grip: Action Figures and Toys From 1970s to 1990s

The hole in Steve Austin’s head, GI Joe’s beard, and more fun. Sat 1:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Lone Ranger: 80 Years of Thrilling Days

Showing the love to the Masked Man and Tonto, from Moore to Silverheels to Spilsbury to Depp. D. Viguié; Sat 2:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Manimal: 30th Anniversary Superspectacular

A British guy turned into a panther and a hawk for eight episodes in 1983, and it was just the best. D. Viguié, D. Viguié; Sat 8:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Truly Outrageous: Girl Heroes of Sci-Fi TV and Film

Farscape: Friend or Foe

Analyzing the influence and the awesomeness of girl-centric shows of the 1970s and 1980s, and female characters everywhere else. M.B. Weston; Sat 10:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Earth Station One Goes Classic Sci-Fi

Long-lost or buried sci-fi TV from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s gets one more spotlight. You pick it, we play it, especially if you pick Manimal. Sat 11:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Life aboard Moya with the stars who brought Chiana, Stark, and D’Argo to life! G. Edgley, P. Goddard, A. Simcoe; Sat 4:00 pm; A601-A602 [M] Strap yourselves into the Geek Seat and be part of this live podcast performance. B. Nash, M. Gordon, M. Faber; Sat 4:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Match Game in the 25th Century

500 years from now, the 1970s game show Match Game will still be played. Join the fun and fill in the blanks. Sat 5:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Quickly Canceled Sci-Fi TV Theater

Sunday Ernie Hudson: The Real Ghostbuster

Ernie is good in everything. See him talk about it all. E. Hudson; Sun 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Rock Me, Dr. Zaius: 45 Years on Planet of the Apes

Adrian Paul: Prince of the Universe

We do not hate every ape we see. Visit the madhouse (the madhouse!) from book to comics to movies to TV and back. D. Viguié; Sun 10:00 am; M303-M304 [M]

Battlestar Galactica: 35th Yahren Celebration

Farscape Reunion: Watching the Beacon

The Highlander star talks about his career from Clan McLeod to the movies. A. Paul; Sat 7:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

35 yahrens ago, the first ragtag fleet journeyed across TV. Cut through the felgercarb as we look back. R. Hatch, H. Jefferson Jr.; Sat 7:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

The stars who brought Chiana, Stark, and D’Argo to life tell tales from when crackers did matter. G. Edgley, P. Goddard, A. Simcoe; Sun 11:30 am; A601-A602 [M]

Twilight Zone: Serving Man Since 1959

Celebrate and be freaked out by three series and a movie of the sci-fi classic. A. Taylor; Sun 11:30 am; M303-M304 [M]

Adrian Paul: Prince of the Universe

The star of the Highlander TV series discusses his life, his career, and his awesomeness. A. Paul; Sun 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

In Search of Believe It or Not: Sci-Fi Mystery TV

Digging into the mystery of In Search Of and the weirdness of Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Sun 1:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Bionic Ever After: Lindsay Wagner and Lee Majors

The portrayors of Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers reunite to answer your questions and talk about making TV history. L. Wagner, L. Majors; Sun 2:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Gerry Anderson Remembered

Honoring the creator of Thunderbirds, and the moon-smashing excellence of Space:1999. A. Taylor, M. Maddox, J. Levene; Sun 2:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Stump The Geeks

Our goofy game night is the most fun you can have in a sci-fi con track room. Test your skills and avoid being sprayed with Hulk cologne. Sun 4:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Masters of the Universe: 30 Years of the Power

The power of Grayskull compels you to celebrate the toys, the Lundgren movie, the cartoons, and the green tiger. W. Stout; Sun 5:30 pm; M303-M304 [M]

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GI Joe Anniversary: Celebrating Is Half the Battle

Earn major flag points at this tribute to the cartoon, the toys, and the MASS Device. B. Nash; Sun 7:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

1983: Geek-a-Mania in TV and Movies

Animation (TOON) Friday Voice acting with the cast of Futurama! P. LaMarr, J. DiMaggio, M. LaMarche, L. Tom; Fri 11:30 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Zombie Night

Learn about the basics of animation through the 12 principles and participate in simple exercises that every animator has to learn. S. Inoue-harte; Fri 1:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]

Monday Farscape Fan-Gathering

Share the awesomeness of the show that featured Muppets, mayhem and Hynerian donkeys. K. DeCandido, V. Plexico; Mon 10:00 am; M303-M304 [M]

Ray Harryhausen Remembered

Honoring the architect of everything great about fantasy movies, from Jason and the Argonauts to Clash of the Titans and beyond. W. Stout, A. Taylor, M. Maddox; Mon 11:30 am; M303-M304 [M]

Sci-Fi Classic Track Theater

Stop, runner! Before you leave the con, hang out and watch Babylon 5, Farscape, or whatever floats your boat like SeaQuest. Mon 1:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

A Venture celebration, with mini costume contest and live music! Fri 8:30 pm; Intl. S [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Animation 101

Ed Asner: UP! and Beyond

Join this Hollywood icon and hear what it was like to work on the film and his other voice work. E. Asner; Fri 2:30 pm; Cent. I [H]

Avatar the Last Airbender

Join Sifu Kisu, the consultant and martial arts master who created the “bending” styles in Avatar for a look at the history of the show and its martial arts. S. Kisu; Fri 4:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]

Swimcast’s Year 6 Rock and Rollpallooza Extravaganza

Team Swimcast return to bring you the latest on all things [adult swim] as well as some crazy guests and zany prizes. Fri 5:30 pm; Dunwoody [H]

Stories with Uncle George

George gives advice on life, BBQ, and good times. G. Lowe; Fri 5:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Hey Brony, Nice Vids!

The third season of MLP: FiM is behind us, which means it’s time for new fan music videos! Sat 7:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]

King of the Hill Voice Actors

Futurama: From the Woooorld of Tomorrow!

Sequels at the movies. Knight Rider and A-Team on TV. Venture there with us to revel in the nerdiness. K. DeCandido, V. Plexico, M. Gordon; Sun 8:30 pm; M303-M304 [M] Our resident zombie experts (we call them phZs) talk about old-school walking dead, then screen a classic zombie flick. J. Maberry; Sun 10:00 pm; M303-M304 [M]

Venture Party

Saturday Toonami

This informative panel will be a trip down memory lane for the first, and still the best, action destination. Sat 11:30 am; Dunwoody [H]

Cosplay Contest Pre-judging

If you intend to participate in the Cosplay Contest, please come to pre-judging at 1pm. First-come, first-served, limited participants. Sat 1:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Paging Dr. Venture

An hour of conversation with the Venture Bros’ own Rusty Venture, James Urbaniak. J. Urbaniak; Sat 1:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Tailchaser’s Song: Behind-the-Scenes Sneak Peek

An exclusive sneak peek at the CG-animated feature film. (See Anime listing for details) Sat 2:30 pm; Reg. V [H]

Animating Disney’s Stitch!

Learn about voice acting and voice acting accessories with stars from this hit animated show. K. Najimy, L. Tom; Sat 7:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Fan Perspectives on South Park

As South Park begins its 17th season and spawns a much-hyped RPG, we discuss issues in the show’s reception and how it’s perceived. Sat 8:30 pm; Dunwoody [H]

XDR

Join us for the wildest clip show extravaganza that will delight and amaze! Not for the faint of heart! Sat 10:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Sunday King of the Hill Voice Actors

Kathy Najimy and Lauren Tom talk about their work on this hit animated series. K. Najimy, L. Tom; Sun 10:00 am; Cent. I [H]

TMNT Fan Panel

A demostration of the process of animating Stitch from rough to cleanup to color. S. Inoue-harte; Sat 4:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]

COWABUNGA! These hard-shelled, almost30-year-old teenagers have a new show and a controversial movie coming out. Sun 11:30 am; Dunwoody [H]

Cosplay Contest

TV Animation Production

The best animation and anime costumes compete at this annual cosplay contest. Sat 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

A discussion lead by an industry professional about how some of your favorite animated television shows are created from story to screen. A. Goodbread; Sun 1:00 pm; Dunwoody [H]

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Futurama Voice Acting

Stars of Futurama speak on voice acting. P. LaMarr, J. DiMaggio, M. LaMarche, L. Tom; Sun 2:30 pm; Cent. I [H]

Muppet Babies

A director, puppeteer, and executive producer of Muppet Babies takes you behind the scenes of the show. M. Frith; Sun 2:30 pm; Dunwoody [H]

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

From Generation 1 to modern-day Bronies to comics, join us for a look at the phenomenon that is My Little Pony. A. Price; Sun 4:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Stories with Uncle George

The voice of Space Ghost lays down some wisdom on the masses. G. Lowe; Sun 5:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Venture Brothers Fan Panel

Take a walk through the Compound. Sun 5:30 pm; Dunwoody [H]

Voice Acting from the Pros

Learn the ins and outs of voice over acting. M. Dorn, P. LaMarr, E. Asner, D. Warner, R. Paulsen; Sun 5:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Pinky and the Brain

What are we gonna do tonight Brain? Same thing we do every night, celebrate at Dragon Con with the stars of Pinky and the Brain! M. LaMarche, R. Paulsen; Sun 7:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Swimcast Dos

If you missed out on our first Swimcast or just want more, expect more awesome things from your favorite superfans of [adult swim]. Sun 8:30 pm; Dunwoody [H] 18

Monday Pinky and the Brain

Join the stars of Animaniacs, and Pinky and the Brain for an hour of NARF! M. LaMarche, R. Paulsen; Mon 10:00 am; Cent. I [H]

90s Cartoon Showcase

Afternoon classics from the 1990s. Mon 11:30 am; Dunwoody [H]

Voice Acting from the Pros

A look at professional voice acting. E. Asner; Mon 1:00 pm; Cent. I [H]

Anime/Manga (ANIME) Friday

The History of Manga

A professional manga editor discusses the history of the magical medium that is the source of madness that is Japanese entertainment. J. Tarbox; Fri 5:30 pm; Courtland [H]

Silent Era Anime Screening

Mechs Behind Pacific Rim

Clips and fight scenes from the various super robot shows that inspired story elements from this summer’s most popular movie. Fri 1:00 pm; Courtland [H]

Anime Mythbusters

What happens when anime scenarios face real world physics? (Warning: Panel contains math!) Fri 2:30 pm; Courtland [H]

FUNimation Industry Panel and Q&A

News, trailers, and Q&A about FUNimation, plus trivia for DVD/Blu-ray prizes. L. Heiskell; Fri 4:00 pm; Courtland [H]

An exclusive sneak peek at the CG-animated feature film adaptation of Tad Williams’ bestselling fantasy-adventure novel Tailchaser’s Song. J. Tarbox, S. Inoue-harte; Sat 2:30 pm; Reg. V [H]

This panel will show silent era anime shorts originating from as far back as 1911, plus history, animation techniques, and story themes. S. Inoue-harte; Fri 7:00 pm; Courtland [H]

FUNimation Town Hall

Akira: Screening and Commentary

The Destruction of Tokyo

A screening of the classic anime feature “Akira” with commentary by the foremost American expert on the film. Fri 8:30 pm; Courtland [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Anime Voice Actors

Guests Q&A session. R. Epcar, S. Inoue-harte, M. McGlynn; Fri 11:30 am; Cent. I [H]

Tailchaser’s Song: Behind-the-Scenes Sneak Peek

Saturday Shojo 101

An overview of some of the most prominent titles aimed at females past and present. Sat 10:00 am; Courtland [H]

Inside Ghosts in the Shell

The voice actors behind Major Kusanagi and Batoh give you a behind-the-scenes look at this classic anime series. R. Epcar, M. McGlynn; Sat 11:30 am; Cent. I [H]

God of Manga: Osamu Tezuka

A large focal point for the history of anime and manga is Osamu Tezuka. We discuss his upbringing and catalog. Sat 1:00 pm; Courtland [H]

The state of anime fandom in the US, with four topics of moderated discussion plus trivia to win DVD/Blu-ray prizes. L. Heiskell; Sat 4:00 pm; Intl. N [H] One element is essential in every Japanese sci-fi anime, movie, and TV show. We discuss why. J. Tarbox; Sat 5:30 pm; Courtland [H]

Cosplay Contest

The best animation and anime costumes compete at this annual cosplay contest. Sat 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Hetalia: Ask a Nation

In this costumed fan panel, guests ask questions of the personified countries that make up Hetalia. Sat 7:00 pm; Courtland [H]

Vic Mignogna Q&A

Up close and personal with your favorite voice actor. V. Mignogna; Sat 7:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Directing and Producing Anime Q&A

This panel will allow audiences to get the inside scoop about working in both industries as an animator, director, producer, and voice actress. S. Inoue-harte; Sat 8:30 pm; Courtland [H]

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Son of the Rising Sun! Bizarre Anime Film Festival

Son Of! returns again, with new material, old favorites, surprises, and prizes. The strangest media we could find awaits. Sat 11:30 pm; Courtland [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Sunday Operation Anime Storm

A program that helps fans in the military enjoy anime at home and abroad by sending packages to GIs overseas and to veterans and their families. Sun 10:00 am; Courtland [H]

FUNimation Anime Sneak Peaks and Prizes

Cold Reading for Anime Workshop

This interactive workshop immerses the audience into cold reading, a skill all voice actors in the industry must know in order to stay in the game. S. Inoue-harte; Sun 5:30 pm; Courtland [H]

With Special Guest Live: Anime Voice Actors

“With Special Guest” broadcasts live from Dragon Con. Guests of the Anime track will answer questions, and prizes will be given. R. Epcar, S. Inoue-harte, M. McGlynn; Sun 7:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Horrible Hollywood Adaptions of Anime

How to Run a Convention

Super Scenarios with Omega Tac Unit

Track Q&A

Walkers on Parade

The people who run some of the biggest cons in America give the lowdown on what it takes to start and maintain a fan convention. J. Tarbox; Mon 1:00 pm; Courtland [H] Review the weekend and let us know how we did, and what you want to see next year. Mon 2:30 pm; Courtland [H]

Apocalypse Rising (AR) Friday Defiance

Clips from new and upcoming shows from FUNimation, with a trivia contest afterwards. L. Heiskell; Sun 11:30 am; Cent. I [H]

A discussion of “westernizing” anime for mass appeal and what ramifications recent liveaction treatments of anime films may have. Sun 8:30 pm; Courtland [H]

Q&A with stars of one of Syfy’s newest shows! G. Bowler, J. Murray, S. Leonidas; Fri 10:00 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Anime History in Japan

Dub Your Own Hentai

On foot is not the best way to vacate a disaster. A vehicle carries more gear, offers more options, and then there’s upgrades... M. Williamson; Fri 1:00 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Take a walk through history with an industry professional in this discussion about how Japanese animation came to be what it is today. S. Inoue-harte; Sun 1:00 pm; Courtland [H]

Godzilla: A Retrospective

In preparation for the coming Godzilla movie, we take a look back at the history of the franchise. J. Tarbox; Sun 2:30 pm; Courtland [H]

Anime vs Live Action

This panel compares live-action adaptations of anime series and discusses what worked and what didn’t. Sun 4:00 pm; Courtland [H]

The audience gets the microphones to redub the audio track for wild and funny adult-themed anime. ID required. (Mature Audiences Only) Sun 11:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Monday Anime Voice Actors

Learn more about our guests. R. Epcar, S. Inoue-harte, M. McGlynn; Mon 10:00 am; Intl. N [H]

Subs vs Dubs: The Showdown

The panelists tackle this age-old debate: Do subtitles distract? Or do REAL anime fans ever watch anything but the original vocal track? J. Tarbox; Mon 11:30 am; Courtland [H]

Five medical/trauma issues are discussed from three perspectives: tactical, civilian EMS response, and civilian first aid. Fri 5:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W] The actors who bring the zombies of the hit show The Walking Dead to life share stories from the set and what it’s like to be the undead. Fri 7:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

The 5th Annual Zombie Walk

Join our zombie horde as we shamble through the streets of Downtown Atlanta, eating brains and painting the town red. Fri 8:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Zombie Prom

Hitting the Trail: The Bug Out Vehicle

Be you undead or not, get ready to shake, shamble, and shimmy your way through the night. Fri 10:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]; 2.5 Hrs

Devouring Selfhood: Zombies in Narrative (CPAC)

(Un)Dead and Looking Good

New work in zombie studies, from maintaining selfhood in a zombie apocalypse to zombies as metaphors for cultural anxiety. Fri 2:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Them and Us: The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

Some of them are alive, and some of them are (un)dead, but they’re all here to share with you what it’s like being one of the walking dead. S. Yeun, L. Holden, E. Kinney, M. Rooker, I. Singleton, C. Coleman, S. Wilson; Fri 4:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Saturday Seasoned FX professionals talk about life in the field, and the ins and outs of becoming the best zombie you can be. M. Green, L. Tyler; Sat 11:30 am; Vinings 1-2 [W]

What the Heck is Zombie Squad?

Members of the nation’s premier nonstationary cadaver suppression task force answer questions about the group’s mission, history, and membership. Sat 1:00 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

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Read All About It: Zombies in the Media

Zombies are everywhere, even in “traditional” media. Why the ever increasing popularity, and what role do zombies play in modern day media? E. Donald, W. Walls, T. Roberts; Sat 2:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Tactical First Aid with Omega Tac Unit

An introduction to urban warfare and first aid, including instruction on Close Quarters Battle and first aid in a conflict. Sat 4:00 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Hollywoodocalypse

Hollywood has finally caught on to what we already knew: the apocalypse is cool. Is the end of the world here to stay? D. Harmer, Dr. B. Blackwood, J. Flynn; Sat 5:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

At All Costs: Falling Skies Q&A

The epic war between humans and aliens continues. Cast and crew take a break from fighting to discuss the third season. K. Grazier, D. Jones, L. Petersen, P. Shinkoda; Sat 7:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Walk with Me: The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

They’re back and ready to answer more of your questions about the prison, Woodbury, and where they go next. S. Yeun, E. Kinney, M. Rooker, I. Singleton, C. Coleman, S. Wilson; Sat 7:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Zombie 601: Which Zombie Are You?

With so many options out there today, we discuss the different varieties of zombie and let you decide... which type of zombie are you? M. Green, J. Maberry, M. Williamson; Sat 8:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W] 20

Sunday Crazy Free: Survival Guide

Discuss the apocalypse and how to plan now without becoming a deranged hoarding sociopath. Sun 10:00 am; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Z*Con: A Crowd Funded Zombie Film for Charity

The director talks about the crowd funding and future of Z*Con and gives a behind-thescenes look at the make-up and planning for the film. Sun 11:30 am; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Defiance: A Town Without Pity

Fans and experts discuss the politics, intrigue, and wide variety of alien technology and life that make up the town of Defiance. K. Grazier; Sun 7:00 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

It’s the End of the World, Do You Know It?

Prove your apocalyptic history knowledge in this video-based quiz show that covers every show, movie, video game, and genre. Sun 8:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Ten Years Later

You had what it takes to survive the end of the world, but do you have what it takes to rebuild it? D. Harmer, G. Martin, T. Roberts, M. McKinnon; Sun 1:00 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Get Out Alive

It’s a mad dash through Dragon Con as you race other survivors in a live simulation that shows you just how hard surviving an apocalypse can be. Sun 2:30 pm; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Defiance

Q&A with the stars of Syfy’s newest hit show and video game cross over! G. Bowler, J. Murray, S. Leonidas; Sun 4:00 pm; Cent. IIIII [H]

All That Matters: The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

Some tough decisions were made this season. Learn how the cast deals with the emotion ups and downs of the zombie apocalypse. L. Holden, E. Kinney, M. Rooker, I. Singleton, C. Coleman, S. Wilson; Sun 5:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Monday The Disaster Arsenal

Weapons are useful for defense and hunting. What’s a good kit to have, and how does it compare to the movies? M. Williamson; Mon 10:00 am; Vinings 1-2 [W]

Defiance

Q&A with stars of one of Syfy’s newest shows! G. Bowler, J. Murray, S. Leonidas; Mon 11:30 am; Cent. II-III [H]

Armory Programming (ARM) Friday Building The Weapon: The Mechanics of Firearms

Presented by Kevin Dockery for LWRC Inc. K. Dockery; Fri 10:00 am; Hanover C-E [H]

Silencers, Suppressor, or Sound Moderators

Reducing the report. Fri 11:30 am; Hanover C-E [H]

Antitank: Rockets and Recoil-less (Docent Tour)

The bazooka, Panzerfaust, and RPG will be explained on how they operate, what their ammunition does, and the common mistakes seen in their popular depictions. K. Dockery; Fri 11:30 am; Inman [H]; 30 Min

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

Revolution: When the Lights Go Out

How to put it on your blade. Fri 11:30 am; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

It Is Finished: The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

Writing the action scene for print and graphic novels—arming your character, the pitfalls and advantages. T. Zahn, J. Maberry, K. Dockery; Fri 1:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

A show so full of complex themes and passionate conflict, we just might have to turn off the lights to stop the discussion. Mon 11:30 am; Vinings 1-2 [W]

We sit down with our intrepid survivors one last time. If you’ve been holding back that burning question, now is the time! S. Yeun, L. Holden, E. Kinney, M. Rooker, I. Singleton, C. Coleman, S. Wilson; Mon 1:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

The Pen and the Sword: Arming the Written Word

The AR-15/M16: It’s Like Barbie for Guys

An analysis and presentation on the longest serving general rifle design in the US Military. Presented by Kevin Dockery for LWRC Inc. K. Dockery; Fri 2:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Dragon Con 2013


Ammunition, Explosives, and Ordnance

Feeding the weapon. Presented by Kevin Dockery, VP of Technical Information, EBRInc. K. Dockery; Fri 4:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

How to put it on your blade. Fri 4:00 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Impact Weapons: Not Quite Hulk Smash, but Close! (Docent Tour)

How the rock became something considerably more sophisticated over the millennia. K. Dockery; Fri 5:30 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Pole Arms: Extending the Reach of the Foot Soldier (Docent Tour)

K. Dockery; Fri 7:00 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Saturday Machineguns: Light and Heavy (Docent Tour)

Learn the meaning of their names, what they are, and what they do. K. Dockery; Sat 11:30 am; Inman [H]; 30 Min

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

How to put it on your blade. Sat 11:30 am; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Mechanical Machineguns: the Powered Weapon (Docent Tour)

From the Gatling gun to the minigun, multibarreled true “machine” guns. How they work and why they have lasted over a century-anda-half. K. Dockery; Sat 1:00 pm; Inman [H]; 30 Min

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

How to put it on your blade. Sat 2:30 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Spears: The Thrown Point (Docent Tour)

The long reach of the foot soldier, what makes them different from other pole arms, including thrown arrows and darts. K. Dockery; Sat 4:00 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Use of Force or Never Bring a Knife to a Gunfight

A Deputy Sheriff discussing when to escalate from hands on, to less than lethal, to lethal force (and sometimes back again). S. Simek; Sat 5:30 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

How to put it on your blade. Sat 5:30 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Sunday Mines, Boobytraps, and IEDs (Docent Tour)

Lethal applications of explosives for the unwary. K. Dockery; Sun 10:00 am; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

How to put it on your blade. Sun 11:30 am; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Submachine Guns: A Handful of Serious Firepower (Docent Tour)

A weapon type less than a century old, what they are and how they developed as shown by the specimens on display in the Armory. K. Dockery; Sun 1:00 pm; Inman [H]; 30 Min

BLADES (Docent Tour)

All types of cutting tools from the making of a Japanese blade to the line of Emerson Tactical Folding Knives and how they work. Presented for Emerson Knives Inc. K. Dockery; Sun 2:30 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Silencers, Suppressor, or Sound Moderators

Reducing the report. Sun 4:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge

How to put it on your blade. Sun 4:00 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

I Blame It All on Dan Dare, the Pilot of the Future

Jim Burns presents a retrospective of his 40 years in the field of science fiction and fantasy bookjacket illustration. J. Burns; Fri 2:30 pm; Hanover G [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Urban Fantasy Costuming Workshop

A demonstration of costuming on a budget, with nothing more than some scraps, a pair of scissors, and safety pins. Fri 5:30 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Taxes for Artists

The Tool of the Archer (Docent Tour)

CPA and artist Christy Nicholas explains how to be sure you don’t pay all those nonexistent art profits in taxes. Fri 5:30 pm; Hanover G [H]

Body Armor: Medieval to Modern (Docent Tour)

Professional Illustration for Games and Publishing

The bow and the arrow. From a shaped stick to complex engineering. Sun 5:30 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

What it took to block the blade, and then the bullet. K. Dockery; Sun 7:00 pm; Kennesaw [H]; 30 Min

Art Show Programming (ART) Friday A Brief History of Wire Sculpting: What’s Been Twisting Lately

Personal accounts relating to wire work, including maiming, a near death experience, and other tidbits. With Q&A and audience participation. Fri 1:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

A step-by-step overview of procedures and timetables for development of a professional illustration assignment. Fri 7:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Figurine Sculpture

Focused on working with super sculpey, this class teaches how to construct wire armature and apply polymer clay using a variety of techniques. Fri 7:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

Saturday IMPACT! The Impact of Comics and Art Outside the Art Show

A discussion of experiences, impact on students, and link to STEM and Common Core. Sat 11:30 am; Hanover G [H]

Pocket Program 21


The Five Big Lies You Need to BUST Concerning Your Creativity

A career author and artist tears apart the biggest and most sacred misconceptions about talent and creativity. J. Wurts; Sat 1:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

Anatomy for the Sci-fi Artist

Comparing skeletal, muscular, and surface anatomy of various sci-fi humanoid species to make your creations more believable. Sat 2:30 pm; Hanover G [H]

Anatomy in Horror Art

A deconstruction of how real-life anatomy studies apply to the structure of the undead and other monsters. Sat 4:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

The Convention Art Market

A discussion of what convention art shows offer artists across the nation in promotion, sales, and networking. Sat 5:30 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Monsters, Mythology, and the Macabre in Art

A discussion of the monstrous and the macabre in fantastic and surrealist art today, including their relationship to gender and the Other. C. Baade; Sat 5:30 pm; Hanover G [H]

Narrative in Picture-Making

A round-table art discussion with fantasy artists. T. Lockwood; Sat 7:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Sculpting Fascinating Creatures of All Sorts

A tutorial on sculpting all sorts of creatures both real and imaginary from a variety of mediums from the armature up. Sat 7:00 pm; Hanover G [H] 22

Open Studio for Art Show Artists

Workshop on the importance of classical figure drawing features a live model. BYO supplies. Sign up with Michael Budzisz at the Art Show. Sat 8:30 pm; Hanover G [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Sunday Demo: Painting in Watercolor

The artist creates a watercolor painting from start and finishes with a Q&A. The art will be auctioned for charity. O. Rayyan; Sun 10:00 am; Hanover G [H]; 2.5 Hrs

The Art of Chainmail with Dave Cain

The award-winning artist discusses the history, process, traditional forms, and modern techniques of this art. Sun 1:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

Art Show Jury Discussion

Current and former jury members discuss what they look for in submitted works in order to pass jury. T. Lockwood, D. Maitz, J. Wurts, C. Baade, O. Rayyan, J. Burns; Sun 2:30 pm; Hanover G [H]

Photoshop: The Transformation of Fantastic Art

The impact of photography and digital tools on fantastic and surrealist art, including nu-real photomontage and transdigital painting. C. Baade; Sun 4:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

Making Beautiful and Functional Leathercraft

A dicussion of leather, choosing hide, and leatherworking tool skills, including demos by leather artisans. Sun 5:30 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Time of the Faeries

New faeries, vampires, and angel art are discussed, and a quick glimpse at how it all happens is given. Sun 5:30 pm; Hanover G [H]

Leather Sculpting and Dyeing

Instruction on sculpting and molding techniques for pieces such as masks and advanced coloring techniques for leather. Sun 7:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Visual Engineering: How to Construct a Great Image

Tips and methods to improve creative image making by understanding and applying the basic raw materials of visual construction. D. Maitz; Mon 11:30 am; Hanover G [H]

The Working Artist

Digital Imagery for the Self-taught and Technically-impaired

Learn what you need to know about dealing with trouble commissioners all the way through taxes, as a working artist. Mon 1:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Monday

An exploration of the concept of the genius in its mystical sense and as it relates to the artistic process. C. Baade; Mon 1:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

Photographers show you why artistic vision can trump f-stops and ISOs! Sun 7:00 pm; Hanover G [H]

Spirits of Creation: the Genius, the Daemon, and the Artist

Beading 101

Paper Mache Sculpture Demonstration

Traditional Painting Techniques

Painting Ball-joint Dolls

Live Portrait Painting Demo

Photographing Your Collection

Art Show Voice Auction

Creating Stained Glass–style Illustrations Using Photoshop and Illustrator

Demo of seedbead weaving with space for 10 hands-on participants. Observers welcome. Sign up with Christy Nicholas at the Art Show. Mon 10:00 am; Hanover AB [H] Annie and Justin demonstrate how to create an illustrated scene from initial thumbnail to final brushstrokes. Mon 10:00 am; Hanover G [H] An award-winning illustrator demonstrates techniques, discusses methods, and answers questions as he works. D. dos Santos; Mon 11:30 am; Hanover AB [H] Is that piece of art you MUST HAVE going to the voice auction? Preview at 11:30 am, auction starts 12 noon. Mon 11:30 am; Hanover C-E [H]; 4 Hrs

How to produce fine texture with nothing more than paper water and flour that can be used in costuming. Children 10 and older. Mon 2:30 pm; Hanover AB [H] Tricks and tips for success at painting faces, modifications with epoxy putty, sculpting and sanding, and vinyl and resin customs. Mon 2:30 pm; Hanover G [H] Tips on photographing collectibles and dolls, including interactive studio, indoor vs outdoor, equipment, and posing articulated figures. Mon 4:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Step-by-step tips that combine basic tools and effects in these programs to create rich artwork. Mon 4:00 pm; Hanover G [H] Dragon Con 2013


Autograph Sessions (AUTO) Friday Autograph Sessions

W. Aymerich; Fri 1:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Sunday Autograph Sessions

J. Butcher, C. Griffith, J. Campbell, G. McBride; Sun 10:00 am; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

J. Butcher, B. Nash, M.B. Weston, J. Brightman, M. Davis; Sun 11:30 am; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

J. Butcher, F. Hunter, L. Niven; Fri 2:30 pm; Intl. Hall S [M] D. Harmer, L. Hamilton, T. McCaffrey, J. Wurts, T. Zahn; Fri 4:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M] L. Hamilton, J. Maberry, K. Taylor, D. Dawson; Fri 5:30 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Saturday Autograph Sessions

M. Mancusi, A. Savage, L. Hieber, D. Peterfreund, L. Grossman, S. Gensler, J. Hyneman; Sat 11:30 am; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

D. Beauchamp, M. Lackey, M. Stackpole, B. Revis, T. Bakutis; Sat 1:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

J. Oliver, D. Jackson, A. Grossman, K. Prell, K. Mullen; Sun 1:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M] K. DeCandido, C. Priest, S. Maas, S. Dennard; Sun 2:30 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

S. Kenyon, A. Kontis, L. Gilman, L. Davis; Sun 4:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

S. Kenyon, D. Viguié, C. Chima, D. Viguié, L. Niven; Sun 5:30 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Monday Autograph Sessions

J. Butcher; Mon 10:00 am; Intl. Hall S [M]

J. Ringo, J. Nye, A. Hartley, L. Tyler, J. Murray; Sat 2:30 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

J. Espenson, C. Yarbro, S. Stirling, D. McGirt, B. Bell; Sat 4:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Autograph Sessions

E. Donald, D. Lewis, J. Hartness, C. MonroeCassel; Sat 5:30 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

BritTrack (BRIT)

S. Kenyon; Mon 11:30 am; Intl. Hall S [M] S. Kenyon; Mon 1:00 pm; Intl. Hall S [M]

Friday Torchwood [rebroadcast dc tv]

A Q&A on all things Torchwood. J. Espenson, R. Levy, J. Marsters, G. Lloyd, E. Myles; Fri 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Doctor Who Series 7 Review

A look at the New Series 7 of Doctor Who and how it compares to prior seasons. R. Levy, K. Spivey, K. Yates, R. Allsop; Fri 2:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Being Human UK Farewell

A good-bye to the original series, which went out with a bang. Fri 2:30 pm; Macon [S]

Journey to the Center of BritTrack: Welcome Panel

Inside the Actor’s Gaffe: Sylvester McCoy

Everything Doctor Who: 50 Years in the TARDIS

NeedCoffee.com vs Sherlock

The Brit Track officially begins with an overview of the track, including panels, guests, and the usual hijinks! Fri 10:00 am; Macon [S]

Q&A on the entire Doctor Who Universe is all forms of media. R. Levy, K. Spivey; Fri 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

A Guide to All Things British with Anglotopia.net

Anglotopia.net founder Jonathan Thomas presents a Q&A panel dedicated to all things British. Fri 11:30 am; Macon [S]

Doctor Who Companions

Q&A session with both classic and New Series companions. J. Levene, N. Clarke; Fri 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

Top Gear

A chat about this long running BAFTA and Emmy award winning comedy show that has a unique take on all things automotive. Fri 1:00 pm; Macon [S]

From selling tickets at London’s Roundhouse Theater to now, the Seventh Doctor talks on his life, career, and current works. R. Levy, S. McCoy; Fri 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S] The folks over at NeedCoffee.com discuss all things Steven Moffat’s Sherlock. Fri 4:00 pm; Macon [S]

Hornblower

The stars of Hornblower are here to share their experiences during the making of this iconic series. A. Taylor, I. Gruffudd, D. Warner; Fri 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

The IT Crowd: “Have You Tried Turning It Off and On Again?”

From idiot complaint calls to geek awkwardness, this IT Department brings hilarity to us all. D. Viguié; Fri 5:30 pm; Macon [S]

The Fifth Doctor: Peter Davison

P. Davison; Fri 7:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

Downton Abbey

A foray into four outstanding series of the Yorkshire Country House. M. Faber; Fri 7:00 pm; Macon [S]

Pocket Program 23


Steampunk Themes in Doctor Who

A discussion of how the world of Steampunk has influenced Doctor Who. Fri 8:30 pm; Augusta 1-2 [W]

Setup for Party

Fri 8:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Costume Contest Pre-judging (DW Anniversary Ball)

Pre-judging for the BritTrack’s Doctor Who Costume Contest. Contest forms on british. dragoncon.org. Fri 8:30 pm; Macon [S]

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebration Ball

Calling all Whovians: Dancing, Mingling, and a Costume Contest (pre-judging in Sheraton Macon @ 8:30pm Fri.)! Celebrate the 50th Anniversary!! Fri 10:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

British Comedies (Miranda!, and More)

From old comedies like Dad’s Army to new shows like Miranda! and Vicious, we discuss the ever growing popularity of Brit Coms. Fri 10:00 pm; Macon [S]

Brit Night at the Telly: The Early Doctors

A night watching British Television with a focus on Doctor Who’s early years. Fri 11:30 pm; Macon [S]

Saturday British Horror

A chat on the history of British Horror films and Television; from Hammer Horror to Clive Barker’s influence. A. Taylor; Sat 10:00 am; Macon [S]

24

Doctor Who Classic Series

British Costuming Pageant

Monty Python

Skyfall: Final Verdict

The Fifth Doctor: Peter Davison

Brit Night at the Telly: The Middle Doctors

John Levene plus the BritTrack are kickin’ it old school with a panel devoted to the Classic Series of Doctor Who. R. Levy, L. Pearson, J. Levene; Sat 11:30 am; Crystal Ballroom [Hil] We’ll discuss the new film “Skyfall” and the ramifications of a license to kill. Sat 11:30 am; Macon [S]

Doctor Who New Series Chat

From 2005 to Now, Doctor Who’s “New Series” has inspired, shocked, and awed us. R. Levy, M. Faber, R. Allsop; Sat 1:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

British Audios

A discussion of all British Audios, including Doctor Who, Torchwood, Sherlock Holmes, Robin Hood, and Blake’s 7. Sat 1:00 pm; Macon [S]

Torchwood: From Start to Finish

John Barrowman, Burn Gorman, Gareth David-Lloyd, and Eve Myles discuss everything about Torchwood you ever wanted to know. R. Levy, G. Lloyd, E. Myles, J. Barrowman, B. Gorman; Sat 2:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Doctor Who Canon

Whether it’s timey wimey or spacy whacy, sorting out the complex continuity of the Whoniverse can be a challenge. L. Pearson; Sat 2:30 pm; Macon [S]

Inside the Actor’s Gaffe with Noel Clarke

Spend an hour with BAFTA winning actor, director, and screenwriter Noel Clarke as we delve into his fascinating career. R. Levy, N. Clarke; Sat 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Creative and talented cosplayers strut their stuff and tell how they constructed their amazing outfits. R. Allsop; Sat 4:00 pm; Macon [S] Q&A session with Doctor Who’s Fifth Doctor. P. Davison; Sat 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

British Literature

An examinination of all current literature and classic literature, including Banks, Pratchett, Wyndham, and more. Sat 5:30 pm; Macon [S]

Doctor Who Universe Author Round Table

Doctor Who writers discuss what it’s like to create or examine the vast universe of Doctor Who. L. Pearson, K. Yates, C. Barrowman; Sat 7:00 pm; Macon [S]

Orphan Black

A discussion of this groundbreaking show, including the ethics and legal issues of reallife cloning. Wolven; Sat 8:30 pm; Macon [S]

Gay Themes in Doctor Who

An examination of DW’s role in breaking traditional walls of SF by acquiring a following in straight and gay communities. L. Pearson, K. Spivey; Sat 10:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Heroes and Villains Ball

DJ Jennocide spins tunes that will cause you to forget about the rivalry between Heroes and Villains! Dance with MMORPG track and the BritTrack! Sat 10:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]; 4 Hrs

Doctor Who: Past, Present, and Future

The crew of the Earth Station Who Podcast talk about Doctor Who. M. Gordon, M. Faber; Sat 10:00 pm; Macon [S]

A celebration of all things Python, from skits, to sing-a-longs, to chats on what they are doing now. Sat 11:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

An evening of watching the early years of Doctor Who, including various episodes from the Fourth and Seventh Doctors. Sun 1:00 am; Macon [S]

Sunday Doctor Who: Origins

A talk on the origins of Doctor Who, how it all began, and how it grew in its early years. R. Levy; Sun 10:00 am; Macon [S]

Doctor Who Universe: Characters and Companions

Doctor Who actors unite for a Q&A on their various experiences. G. Lloyd, E. Myles, J. Levene, N. Clarke; Sun 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Brit Pop

For the annual music festival, NeedCoffee. com’s “The Sound Board” and others tackle the complex and evolving UK music scene. R. Levy, W. Walls; Sun 11:30 am; Macon [S]

The Man, the Myth, the Legend: Neil Gaiman

This panel examines the work of Neil Gaiman, including his recent Doctor Who script, his new American Gods TV series, and his legendary works. L. Pearson, W. Walls; Sun 1:00 pm; Macon [S]

Dragon Con 2013


Time Lord Fest with the Ken Spivey Band

The band’s unique blend of humor and energy in their Steampunk-inspired music offers timey-wimey fun. Costume contest and prizes. K. Spivey; Sun 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

The World’s End and the Cornetto Trilogy

A talk covering the recent film The World’s End along with Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead. Sun 2:30 pm; Macon [S]

A Look at 50 Years of Doctor Who with Two Doctors!

The Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison, and Seventh Doctor, Sylvester McCoy, discuss what makes this show last over lifetimes. R. Levy, S. McCoy, P. Davison; Sun 4:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Law and Order UK: The Evolution of British Crime

From Law and Order UK to Luther to Broadchurch to Ripper Street, crime shows are on the rise again. Sun 4:00 pm; Macon [S]

NeedCoffee.com vs the Whoniverse

A critical analysis of DW Series 7, Torchwood, other spinoffs, and 50 Years of Doctor Who. R. Levy, W. Walls; Sun 5:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Goodbye Merlin

Our favorite wizard’s tale has come to a bittersweet end; a chat on the final season and legacy Merlin has left behind. Sun 5:30 pm; Macon [S]

Red Dwarf X

The Red Dwarf Crew returns with a talk on the new series Red Dwarf X and how it stacks up to the classic series. D. Viguié, M. Faber, D. Viguié; Sun 7:00 pm; Macon [S]

British Zombies: In the Flesh and Other Greats

A talk on all things British and Zombie, with a focus on the new BBC Zombie hit “In the Flesh.” Sun 8:30 pm; Macon [S]

The Mighty Boosh

A verbal journey to the Zooniverse, The Mighty Boosh and its unique humor is entertaining us all. Sun 10:00 pm; Macon [S]

Brit Night at the Telly: The Recent Doctors

An evening of watching the early years of Doctor Who; various episodes from McGann to Smith. Sun 11:30 pm; Macon [S]

Monday Inside the Actor’s Gaffe: Peter Davison

An analysis of the Fifth Doctor’s career, from All Creatures to HHGTG to DW to Law and Order UK, and more. R. Levy, P. Davison; Mon 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Brit Fans on the Net: A Podcast Round Table

Brit Podcasters unite to discuss being an Anglophile on the net. M. Faber, D. Viguié; Mon 10:00 am; Macon [S]

Blake’s 7 and other Brit TV SF Classics

British SF classics such as Blake’s 7 are long lasting and never forgettable; here we chat on all things classic Brit SF TV. M. Maddox; Mon 11:30 am; Macon [S]

Sherlock

In preparation for the return of Sherlock to the small screen this winter, we’ll discuss the latest news and spoilers. M. Faber; Mon 1:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Live Video Commentary with Sylvester McCoy

The Seventh Doctor Sylvester McCoy examines his work on Series 26, Episode 1 “Battlefield.” S. McCoy; Mon 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

The Worlds of Terry Pratchett

This panel discusses the many worlds of Terry Pratchett, including his newest works, The Long War and Raising Steam. Mon 1:00 pm; Macon [S]

Doctor Who 2014 and Beyond

A chat on the future of Doctor Who, the announcement of Matt Smith’s finale, and theories/rumors about Doctor Who’s future. R. Levy, K. Spivey, R. Allsop; Mon 2:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Brit TV: You Should Be Watching

Learn about British TV shows beyond the ones you already love. Mon 4:00 pm; Macon [S]

Comics and Pop Art (COMICS) Friday How to Become a Comics Scholar

A panel of comics scholars discusses the field of comics studies, including researching, writing, and presenting. M. Brown, Wolven; Fri 11:30 am; Hanover F [H]

Good Girl Art

Schwing! From the 60’s to now, these artists know how to put the naughty in good girl art. J. Tyndall, D. Sneyd, A. Spay; Fri 1:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Ted Naifeh: Courting Courtney

Discussion with the creator of the dark fantasy series Courtney Crumrin. T. Naifeh; Fri 2:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Loincloths and Trenchcoats

Classic creators discuss how pulp characters like Tarzan and The Shadow laid the groundwork for superhero and crime comics. D. Motter; Fri 4:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Marvel vs DC

Pick your side in our fan favorite game show. V. Plexico; Fri 5:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

The Comics Form: Art, Literature, or What?

This panel investigates how comics have been re-mapped into cultural forms and media, such as art and literature. M. Brown; Fri 7:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Pocket Program 25


Gender, Race, and Identities in Comics

Exploring constructions of identity and representations of women and race across several genres of comics. Fri 8:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Saturday The Rhetorical Power of Comics

An introduction to the rhetorical functions of comic books using Magneto from Chris Claremont’s X-Men series as the primary example. M. Brown; Sat 10:00 am; Hanover F [H]

Comics as Teaching Tools

For teachers and parents, this panel outlines comics, and graphic novels that can help inspire a child to read. Sat 11:30 am; Hanover F [H]

Elfquest 35th Anniversary

Join us as we celebrate and discuss one of the most imaginative and loved comic sagas of all time! R. Pini, W. Pini; Sat 1:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Before Watchmen

Hear what it was like to add to a classic. D. Cooke, A. Conner; Sat 2:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

DC Legends

A chat with the men who have forever altered the legacies of Superman, Swamp Thing, Hawkman, Batman, Green Arrow, and Wonder Woman. N. Adams; Sat 4:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

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Hometown Heroes

Hear what inspires and influences these great creators from Dragon Con’s backyard, everything from comics to superheros to the web. D. Vines, J. Breeden, M. Brooks, A. Runton; Sat 5:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Creating Your Comic/Manga from Concept to Publication

Comfort and Adam teach the entire process of creating a comic or manga. C. Love, A. Withers; Sat 7:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Cosplay and Fandom

A roundtable discussion of the intersections of and response to race, gender, and sexuality within comics fandoms and cosplay. M. Brown, Wolven; Sat 8:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Sunday Literary Sources for Comics

A discussion of how Dante’s Inferno and Philip José Farmer’s Wold Newton series continue to inspire the comics creators of today. M. Brown; Sun 8:30 am; Hanover F [H]

Let’s Make a Character

A husband-and-wife team teach the art of making characters by creating a new character on the spot with the help of the audience. C. Love, A. Withers; Sun 10:00 am; Hanover F [H]

When Marvel Was Timely

An interview with Al Bellman, one of the first artists at Timely when Captain America first threw his mighty shield. T. Heintjes, J. Rougemont, A. Bellman; Sun 11:30 am; Hanover F [H]

Hulk

Hulk Smash! Get an inside peek at the talent behind the many incarnations of the Hulk. P. David, P. Jenkins; Sun 1:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Inside the Artist Studio: Jimmy Pamiotti

A walk through Jimmy’s career, followed up with ten questions. J. Palmiotti; Sun 2:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Aspen Comics Anniversary

Monday 2014 Song of Ice and Fire Calendar Art

Join artist Gary Gianni as he discusses his work on George R.R. Martin’s Song of Fire and Ice 2014 calendar. G. Gianni; Mon 10:00 am; Hanover F [H]

Girls Rule!

A discussion of the many incredible female characters and creators who are capable of kicking butt. Mon 11:30 am; Hanover F [H]

Michael Turner’s enduring vision for comics still thrives to this day. Find out the history and what the future holds. P. Steigerwald, F. Mastromauro, A. Konat, S. Oum; Sun 4:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Doktor A’s Toybox

Mighty Marvel

Teaching Multimodal Literacy with Comics

An update on Avengers, Secret Avengers, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thor, Black Panther, and Fearless Defenders from the House of Ideas. M. Brooks, J. Maberry, M. McKone; Sun 5:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

The Superhero Ideal

Panelists use the ancient notion of the epic hero and visions of future technologies to frame the superhero ideal of today. M. Brown; Sun 7:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

Comics Through a Socio-political Lens

This panel explores political ideologies and identities in Silver Age, Golden Age, and 20th century comics. M. Brown; Sun 8:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Doktor A makes a rare stateside appearance, bringing his unique brand of Steampunk toy design back to Dragon Con. Doktor A; Mon 1:00 pm; Hanover F [H]

A roundtable discussion with audience participation focusing on the use of comics in the classroom to teach multimodal literacy. M. Brown; Mon 2:30 pm; Hanover F [H]

Costuming (CSTM) Friday Keeping It Safe

T. Merrill; Fri 11:30 am; M103-M105 [M]

Strut: Modeling and Photography in Costuming

How to get the most out of your photography session and show off your costume’s best attributes. Fri 1:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Dragon Con 2013


Contacts and Fangs Intensive

The care and feeding of your contacts and fangs are discussed. Includes a “quick and dirty” fang making demo. R. Haddy, R. Wooley; Fri 2:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Patterning Part 1: Modifying and Frankensteining

The first in a series: original patterning for beginners by altering commercially available patterns. F. Clements, C. Jones, M. Abreu; Fri 4:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Friday Night Costuming Contest Prejudging

Saturday Costuming Intelligence: Batteries Required

Tech experts discuss the use and safety of special effects like LEDs, EL wire, Arduino boards, servos, and smoke cartridges. Sat 11:30 am; A601-A602 [M]

Anime Makeup

From traditional to haute couture, this panel will give you start-to-finish how-tos for amazing designs. R. Haddy; Sat 11:30 am; M103-M105 [M]

Contestants and their models present costumes and documentation to the judges. Pre-registration required. See costuming track site for more details. K. David, C. Lambeth, F. Clements, T. Merrill, P. Cole; Fri 5:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Advanced Sewing Techniques

Lifecasting and Mold Making Demo

Props, accessories, makeup related items, whole and partial costumes...find the perfect pieces for your cosplay collection while supporting a great cause. Sat 3:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Experts take the mystery out of molding props and prosthetics and demonstrates a full head cast. C. Castellano; Fri 5:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Friday Night Costuming Contest

A craftsmanship contest where designers and builders showcase their work. Pre registration required, see the costuming track website for details. Fri 8:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Kick it up a few notches with sewing techniques that may forever transform your relationship with fabric. P. Cole, M. Abreu; Sat 1:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Cosplay Charity Auction

Meet the Winners of the Costume Contest

Meet last nights winners, find out how they made their costumes, and hear the judges explain why they voted for them. K. David, C. Lambeth, F. Clements, T. Merrill, P. Cole; Sat 2:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Patterning Part 2: Draping

Designers share basic execution, tips, and tricks for creating shapes with draping, the next step in original patterning. F. Clements, C. Jones, M. Abreu; Sat 4:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Fairie Wing Crafting

A demo on making oversized fairie wings that are translucent, thin, amazingly durable, and weigh only a few pounds. T. Merrill; Sat 5:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Incredible Transformations by SyFy’s FaceOff Contestants

Contestants from your favorite geek reality show demonstrate their makeup skills. R. Haddy, L. Tyler, R. Wooley, H. Henry, F. Ippolito; Sat 7:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Project Cosplay

This wacky version of Project Runway has favorite groups competing to create complete costumes from a strange collection of materials. Lips Down on Dixie; Sat 8:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Rainbow Flag Party

A dance party for the LGBTQI fans at Dragon Con. Cash bar available. Costumes encouraged. State issued ID required. Sat 9:00 pm; Atlanta [S]; 5.5 Hrs

Furry Meetup

For the fursuiter or the furry curious, a discussion on furry influences in fandom and costuming. Meet other fans of the anthropomorphic genres. Sat 8:30 pm; Atlanta [S]; 30 Min

Dealer Costuming Fashion Show

A showcase of the latest costume creations. Shop for cosplay ideas and learn more about products before you buy. Sat 8:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Fetish Inspired Costuming

Costumes and costume-related works that are engineered to be eye candy. (Mature Audiences Only) Sat 10:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Sunday From Costuming Casual to Costume McGyver

As close to skill-free and no budget as it gets, tips and tricks for amazing looks from household materials without having to sew a thing. Sun 10:00 am; M103-M105 [M]

Costume and Makeup Concept Sketching for Non Artists

A panel for those who’ve always wanted to create concept art for construction and creation but don’t have an artistic bone in their bodies. L. Tyler, R. Wooley; Sun 11:30 am; M103-M105 [M]

Prop Gadgetry

A discussion of electronics for prop making: how to plan it and how to build it. Sun 1:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Ethics in Cosplay

Shopping, building, wearing, business, social media... How do you handle cosplay injustices and avoid being “that person?” C. Jones; Sun 1:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

The Makeup Makeover Challenge

Contestants create makeup FX on audience volunteers based on randomly selected genre and description. Amazing and hilarious. Grand prize TBA. T. Merrill, R. Haddy, L. Tyler, R. Wooley; Sun 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Meet the Contestants of Face Off

Contestants from SyFy’s Face Off tell their stories of what it was like to be on this runaway hit reality show. R. Haddy, L. Tyler, R. Wooley, H. Henry, F. Ippolito; Sun 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

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Patterning Part 3: Drafting

This final hour of patterning braves the math and geometry behind body contouring. F. Clements, C. Jones, M. Abreu; Sun 4:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Robert Allsop: the Man and His Creations

The master prop and monster creator discusses his work on films like X-Men, Gladiator, Lost in Space, and Judge Dredd. R. Allsop; Sun 5:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Spotlight on Leather

Leather 101: different grades, types, and thicknesses of leather, which to use for your project and how to care for it afterward. Sun 5:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Worbia, Wonderflex, and Fosshape

The Engineer Guy offers instruction how to use these versatile materials, including EVA foam and thermal plastic. Sun 7:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Titans: Large Scale Costumes

Large scale costumes present their own challenges. Under-structure, functionality, and exterior materials will be discussed. K. David, C. Lambeth, T. Merrill; Sun 8:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

The Hug That Keeps on Giving: Corsetry

Concepts in corset making are discussed; including men’s corsets! F. Clements; Sun 10:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Monday Chainmaille: From Wire to Weave

Mon 10:00 am; M103-M105 [M]

Basement Biz

Challenges and rewards of running a costuming and/or props business out of your apartment or home. C. Jones; Mon 11:30 am; M103-M105 [M]

Leather Dos and Don’ts

This leather crafting demo shows what must be done, what will not work, and optional techniques. Mon 1:00 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Beyond Dress Up: Costuming as a Lifestyle

Actors speak of the phenomena of taking on the emotions and personality of a character, but some choose this state of projection. Mon 2:30 pm; M103-M105 [M]

Electronic Frontiers Forum (EFF) Friday Passive Wi-Fi Monitoring

Your wifi traffic can be monitored without transmitting, making detection impossible. We discuss the risks and defenses. Fri 10:00 am; 201 [Hil]

The Future of Fan Fiction and Amateur Fiction

A discussion of Wattpad, a social site for writers and readers, and other ways to get started as a writer in the internet age. G. Martin; Fri 11:30 am; 201 [Hil]

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Geocaching and Location-Based Games

Interracial Discourse in Erotic Romance

Remembering Aaron Swartz

FetLife

Low-cost GPS technology and mobile Internet have enabled the real-life treasure hunt known as geocaching, as well as GPS-based games. E. Dunin, B. Sorensen; Fri 1:00 pm; 201 [Hil] Faced with criminal hacking charges that many consider excessive, Aaron Swartz committed suicide. We discuss the circumstances of the tragedy. R. Schwartz; Fri 2:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

Revenge Porn and ReputationDestroying Sites

A discussion of how to protect and defend against digital retribution and online extortion. S. Downey; Fri 4:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

TPB AFK

Documentary covering the court cases in Sweden where founders of The Pirate Bay were charged. In Swedish with English subtitles. Fri 5:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

NymRights: In Defense of Online Pseudonyms

We examine challenges to anonymity on the Internet including social sites (like Facebook) that require a legal name to be used. S. Downey; Fri 7:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

ISPs and Six Strikes

Thanks to backroom deals between media companies and your ISP, you could be kicked offline by only an unproven accusation. B. Chintella; Fri 8:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

How the internet has changed writing from the standpoint of interracial characters and stories, especially in erotica and erotic romance. Fri 10:00 pm; 201 [Hil] One of the fastest growing alternative adult social sites has recently undergone some changes. Romily, J. Sokol; Fri 11:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Saturday Privacy Implications of Google Glass

We explore the privacy implications of wearable recording technology. S. Downey, C. Soghoian; Sat 10:00 am; 201 [Hil]

Personal Audio Podcast Patent Suits and Other Recent Cases

Lawsuits of podcasters for alleged patent violations and other recent patent cases including Myriad, Monsanto, and CLS are discussed. B. Sorensen; Sat 11:30 am; 201 [Hil]

Bitcoin: Distributed, Anonymous Online Currency

Bitcoin is the new totally distributed, totally anonymous online currency. We’ll discuss how it works, security risks, and current controversies. P. Friedman; Sat 1:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

Q&A with a Wikipedia Administrator

Your Wikipedia questions answered by a major contributor who is also an administrator and is the subject of a major article. E. Dunin; Sat 2:30 pm; 201 [Hil] Dragon Con 2013


OMG! NSA! WTF??!! (Domestic Surveillance)

Who’s watching you and why, and is it constitutional? Discussions of domestic surveillance programs such as PRISM and more, post-Edward Snowden. C. Soghoian, B. Chintella; Sat 4:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Tax Implications of the Supreme Court DOMA Decision

Recent Supreme Court decisions have ruled in favor of same-sex marriage. What are the TAX implications? P. Friedman; Sat 5:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

Hacking 101

Hacking 101 returns for another glorious year! Just what is a hacker anyway? R. Schwartz; Sat 7:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Medical Marijuana, Recreational Marijuana, and State Legislatures

We discuss the legal and tax implications of marijuana legalization in an era of increasing tolerance. P. Friedman, A. Greenberg; Sat 8:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

WriteSex

A writer’s guide to the multitude of layers and functions of sex in literature. Sat 10:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

BDSM 101

For those ready to log off and take the next step, a discussion of safety, consent, trust, and where to find like-minded people. J. Sokol; Sat 11:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Sunday Cell Phone Surveillance

How and when authorities can monitor your cell phone communications and/or examine the contents of your device. C. Soghoian; Sun 10:00 am; 201 [Hil]

Copyright 101

How copyright works, whether you have to register, when you need an attorney, and what do to if someone uses your work without permission. Sun 11:30 am; 201 [Hil]

Kryptos and Other Famous Unsolved Codes

Learn about the modern enigma at CIA headquarters, and other famous unsolved codes. E. Dunin; Sun 1:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

CISPA Revived and FBI “Wiretap Ready” Proposals

A discussion of the CISPA bill and FBI proposals to make Internet services wiretap ready. C. Soghoian, B. Sorensen, B. Chintella; Sun 2:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

Social Media and Data Brokers

Give up your ZIP code at the cash register, and soon you’re seeing related ads on your Facebook feed. How is this possible? R. Schwartz, S. Downey; Sun 4:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

Click-thru Nexus (Online Sales Tax)

States are using a technicality to attempt to collect more sales tax, using the “Amazon rule.” P. Friedman; Sun 5:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

Down and Dirty Marketing for Authors

Navigating the new world of E-publishing and why print is still an important medium for any author platform. R. Schwartz, J. Breeden, G. Martin; Sun 7:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

10 Rules for Dealing with Police Encounters

Game Jams: How to Make a Game in 48 Hours

Pronoun Hell: Who Did What with Whom for How Many Cookies?

Wrap-Up and Comments

A documentary about knowing and asserting rights along with common sense to improve the outcome of any police encounter. A. Greenberg, J. Sokol; Sun 8:30 pm; 201 [Hil]

Same-sex romance presents the writer with a dilemma unknown in more traditional genres, namely keeping track of who’s doing what to whom. Sun 10:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

People gather for a weekend to share their skills in programming, art, design, audio, and everything else to churn out games in 48 hours. E. Dunin; Mon 2:30 pm; 201 [Hil] Give us your comments, questions, and ideas for future panels. Mon 4:00 pm; 201 [Hil]; 30 Min

Fantasy Literature (FL)

BDSM 201

From beginner to advanced, your questions answered by our panel of experts. Romily, J. Sokol; Sun 11:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday Drones: Privacy and Local Enforcement

Drones, or automated pilot-less aircraft, are increasingly used by state and local law enforcement. What are the privacy issues? Mon 10:00 am; 201 [Hil]

P2P Litigation and Prenda Law

Over 200,000 people have been sued by copyright trolls. How are they doing it and what can be done to stop them? B. Chintella; Mon 11:30 am; 201 [Hil]

Kirk’s Communicator: Where Should I Submit?

Authors and editors discuss today’s electronic market for science fiction, fantasy, and romance. J. Breeden; Mon 1:00 pm; 201 [Hil]

Friday Welcome to Fantasy Literature!

Meet the staff, ask questions, and hear a few track ground rules. Fri 11:30 am; Embassy C [H]

Mercedes Lackey’s Legendaria

Velgarth may be Misty’s best-known world, but it’s only a drop in the bucket. What’s she working on these days? L. Dixon, M. Lackey; Fri 1:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

The Author’s Appendix

The story doesn’t end when you close the book. We found the lucky few who help us see it, hear it, and occasionally even taste it. T. Biondolillo, M. Miller, B. Fawcett, C. MonroeCassel; Fri 2:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

My Favorite Book is a TV Show

A Song of Ice and Fire has entered the cultural lexicon, but other fantasy book series haven’t had the same luck. T. Gofton, L. Wilson; Fri 4:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

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Get Off the Unicorn: An Hour with Peter S. Beagle

The man who penned one of fantasy’s most beloved tales has written dozens of other novels, stories, and screenplays. How does he stay so prolific? P. Beagle; Fri 5:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

A Support Group of Ice and Fire

GRRM only hits because he loves. A discussion of the scenes that made readers cringe, cry, scream, and feverishly turn the next page. Fri 7:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

Wheel of Time Loony Theories

The ink is dry on the last book, but the crazy ideas never end. Will yours win the crackpot jackpot? Fri 8:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

Fantasy Lit Game Night

Bring your board games, your card games, your dungeons, your dragons, and/or your friends. We welcome players from every realm! Fri 10:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

Saturday A Memory of Light

At long last, after 14 books and 23 years, the epic comes to a close. So... now what? Sat 1:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

The Art of Fantasy

How do artists make the impossible real? How do they give life to creatures who have never lived? L. Elmore, T. Lockwood, D. Maitz, J. Wurts, W. Pini, D. dos Santos; Sat 2:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

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Delphic Oracle

The Oracle at Delphi used great magic to see the future. Our writer guests will channel their power to tell a story, one word at a time. J. Nye, K. Kurtz, M. Lackey, T. McCaffrey; Sat 4:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

Folklore in Fantasy

Some stories are timeless, pervading the folklore and mythology of every culture on Earth; fantasy literature is no exception. E. Foster, A. Kontis; Sat 5:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

You Win or You Daes Dae’mar

Make your allegiances, pool your resources, and destroy your enemies in this multiverse trivia brawl. Sat 7:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

Who is Jon Snow?

Specifically, who is his mother? What was the word Brienne screamed? What happened to Syrio? Spoilers are coming. Sat 8:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

Dragon Sex!

The raunchy favorite is back... Pernese dragons and riders have a telepathic bond through which they share everything. Yes, EVERYTHING. Sat 10:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

Sunday The Dragonman Rides: An Hour with Todd McCaffrey

The heir to the Dragonriders of Pern legacy answers your questions and reads a bit from his latest work. T. McCaffrey; Sun 10:00 am; Embassy C [H]

Borrowing Spellbooks: Writing in Someone Else’s World

Sometimes fantasy epics are so... well... epic, there’s way more than one author can handle. How do these collaborations work? L. Abbey, K. Kurtz, T. McCaffrey; Sun 11:30 am; Embassy C [H]

The Women of Westeros

George R.R. Martin doesn’t write women; he writes human beings, with all their flaws and fine points. How can others follow his example? R. Watson, C. Monroe-Cassel; Sun 1:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

A Diversity of Dragons

Murderous flying lizards? Hardly. Dragons can be cunning, compassionate, graceful, wise, brash, bestial, and sometimes all of the above. J. Nye, T. McCaffrey, R. Hartman; Sun 2:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

The Logic of Magic

For those who have thought, “Magic would solve all my problems,” even magic has rules and limitations. Break them at your own risk. J. Nye, M. Lackey, L. Niven, L. Grossman; Sun 4:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Why Men Should Friggin’ Love Fantasy Literature

Creature Karaoke

Left your wand at home? Don’t worry: microphones are almost as good. (Bonus points for coming in costume.) Sun 8:30 pm; Reg. V [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday When Fantasy Isn’t...But It Is...But It Isn’t

Telekinesis, alien worlds, bioengineering: When is it fantasy, when is it sci-fi, when is it something else, and when does it matter? T. McCaffrey; Mon 10:00 am; Embassy C [H]

Dead Dragon Party

The dreaded Real Life beckons. Before you battle it, replenish your stockpile of hugs and silliness. We have enough to last, oh, about a year. Mon 11:30 am; Embassy C [H]

Filking (FILK) Friday What is Filk?

Panel discussion featuring attending performers and fans. Fri 1:00 pm; Baker [H]

From the shyest nerdboy to the dudeliest of bros, fantasy literature has something for everyone. P. Beagle, L. Dixon, D.A. Adams, J. Tuck, R. Pini, L. Grossman; Sun 5:30 pm; Embassy C [H]

Meet and Greet: Performers, Fans, and Staff

Live Music: Emerald Rose

Dr. Who themed music! TROCK! K. Spivey; Fri 4:00 pm; Baker [H]

Bring your tambourines and dancing shoes! Our favorite be-kilted bards return to regale us with an evening of wit and song. Emerald Rose; Sun 7:00 pm; Embassy C [H]

Mingle with others that enjoy Filk. Fri 2:30 pm; Baker [H]

Ken Spivey Solo Concert

FILK and Cookies! Open Filking

This is our traditional open filking with milk and cookies! Fri 5:30 pm; Baker [H] Dragon Con 2013


Tom Smith Concert

T. Smith; Fri 7:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Blibbering Humdingers Concert

Harry Potter themed rock, WROCK! The Blibbering Humdingers; Fri 8:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Brobdignagian Bards Concert

Together again in a highly anticipated reunion show! Brobdingnagian Bards; Fri 10:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

The Gekkos in Concert

Amazing accordion filk from Florida, these guys rock! The Gekkos; Fri 11:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

The Lost Boys Concert Sat 1:00 am; Baker [H]

Open Filking

Sat 2:30 am; Baker [H]

Saturday

Blibbering Humdingers Concert

WROCK! Harry Potter themed music along with friends. The Blibbering Humdingers; Sat 8:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Tom Smith Concert

T. Smith; Sat 10:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Brobdignagian Bards Concert

Brobdingnagian Bards; Sat 11:30 pm; Intl. N [H] Sun 1:00 am; Baker [H]

Sunday Name That Tune with Andrew McKee

Testing musical knowledge with one of the Brobdignagian Bards. Andrew McKee; Sun 11:30 am; Baker [H]

Workshop: Music Business with Marc Gunn

How to make a living in the music business in the digital age. Marc Gunn; Sun 1:00 pm; Baker [H]

Instafilk!

Instafilk Part Deux!

Workshop for fans to write, perform, and record a filk song accompanied by some of our attending filk performers. Sat 2:30 pm; Baker [H]

We write, perform, and record a filk song for posterity! Sun 2:30 pm; Baker [H]

Concert by C.S. Marks

Tips for the best sound on a budget. Andrew McKee; Sun 4:00 pm; Baker [H]

Fantasy author C.S. Marks will entertain us with some of her amazing filk songs! Sat 4:00 pm; Baker [H]

Workshop: Medieval Music

The Blibbering Humdingers; Sat 5:30 pm; Baker [H]

The Gekkos; Sun 8:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Filk, Brobdignagian Bards

Brobdingnagian Bards; Sun 10:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Foot Pound Force Concert!

Real life rocket scientists who just like to rock it! Sun 11:30 pm; Baker [H]

Open Filking

Workshop: Song Writing

The Gekkos; Sat 1:00 pm; Baker [H]

The Gekkos

Workshop: How to Record, Mix, and Master Your Music The Blibbering Humdingers

The Blibbering Humdingers WROCK! Harry Potter themed music The Blibbering Humdingers; Sun 5:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Monday Performers in the Round

Filk performers stop by for one last song before hitting the road! Mon 11:30 am; Baker [H]

Lessons Learned Panel

Let us know what you liked, didn’t like, and what you’d like to see in the future. Mon 1:00 pm; Baker [H]

Film Festival and Film Track (FILM) Friday Fan Films

A look at some recent fan films, and why and how you make them. M. Green, J. Hudgens, M. Meer; Fri 10:00 am; Fairlie [H]

Feature Screening: Misfit Heights

It’s a zombie, puppet musical! Shown with the short puppetry doc, “With Paper Hands.” Fri 10:00 am; Learning Center [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Filmmaking Basics and Beyond: Producing

Learn the art of producing a film and the trends and the tricks that can make you successful. L. Kaufman, K. Feinberg, T. Hope, T. Gofton; Fri 11:30 am; Fairlie [H]

Cosplay: Crafting a Secret Identity

Documentary focusing on the making-of process inside studios and workshops and on Atlanta as a seemingly unlikely epicenter for cosplay in the US. Fri 1:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Film Festival Opening Ceremonies

Hear what to expect from the Film Festival (events, guests, short film/feature screenings). This is your starting place for four days of film. Fri 1:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Future of Filmmaking: 4K and Beyond

A short dive into the abyss of near-future film geekery and learn whether 4K, 48p, h.265, HDR, plentoptics, nantennas, will matter (hint: they will). H. Cressall, J. Ello; Fri 2:30 pm; Fairlie [H]

Festival Screening: Fantasy: Time and Mind Travel

A man finds the key to his future when given the opportunity to travel back in time and save his true love. And that’s just the beginning. Fri 2:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

10 Critical Legal Issues For Filmmakers

An entertainment lawyer discusses protecting your project from common issues so you can market your film to the public and distributors. M. Rome, Esq.; Fri 4:00 pm; Fairlie [H]

Tom Smith Concert

T. Smith; Sun 7:00 pm; Intl. N [H] Pocket Program 31


Festival Screening: Musicals!

It’s singing muppets playing Magic the Gather, hard rockin’ demons, and lyrical Jewish gangsters, and that’s just to start. Fri 4:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Lighting and Camera: Shooting Like a Pro

Camcorder skills don’t even cut it on the internet anymore. From cell phones to cinema cameras, we’ll show you how to get a good shot. H. Cressall, J. Ello; Fri 5:30 pm; Fairlie [H]

Festival Screening: Sci-fi Action and Comedy

The worst starship crew, genetically made monsters, a space janitor, and the inhabitants of Mass Effect get together for adventure and laughs. Fri 5:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Everything I Know About Life I Learned from James Bond...or Not

Festival Screening: Korean Thriller

Dark twisted thriller the way it can only be made in Korea. A depraved criminal, a man out of revenge, and a child playing hide-n-seek all meet. Sat 1:00 am; Learning Center [H]

Saturday Filmmaker Meet and Greet

For our Film Festival filmmakers, and anyone who wants to join in. Bring your stories and meet your colleagues, promote your work, and make contacts. Sat 10:00 am; Fairlie [H]

Props, Sets, Production Design!

The unsung hero or villain of a film is the art department. Our pros will set you on the right track, and save your budget. Drewprops; Sat 11:30 am; Fairlie [H]

Festival Screening: Superheros and Supervilians

Feature Screening: The Human Race

Superman goes shopping, Wonder Woman sings, a villain is born, a city is drained, Arkham is opened, and more supers take to the streets. Sat 11:30 am; Learning Center [H]

Festival Screening: Zombies!

There’s a special hell for filmmakers who overuse, under plan, or just plain screw up visual effects shots. Find balance here. H. Cressall, J. Ello; Sat 1:00 pm; Fairlie [H]

Our expert film critics weigh-in on and dissect 50 years of cinematic Bond. Dr. B. Blackwood, J. Flynn; Fri 7:00 pm; Learning Center [H] 80 people are transported to an unknown place and given the rules: if you are lapped you die; if you step off the path, you die; race...or die. T. Hope; Fri 8:30 pm; Learning Center [H]; 2.5 Hrs Films of funny zombies, deadly zombies, family zombies, rental zombies, steampunk zombies, romantic zombies, and zombies with legal problems. Fri 11:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

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Filming for Visual Effects Part 1: On Set

Festival Screening: FANomenon

A documentary following a middle-aged woman’s quest to meet her hero, a Stargate character, and her journey through the world of SF fandom. Sat 1:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Filming for Visual Effects Part 2: PostProduction

Festival Screening: Comedy Tonight

Festival Screening: Fantasy

Festival Screening: Animation Block 1—Sci-Fi, Monsters, and Mayhem

The tools available to even the lowest of budget filmmakers are impressive to say the least. We’ll demo the key tools and techniques H. Cressall, J. Ello; Sat 2:30 pm; Fairlie [H] High Fantasy, beer, miracles, clowns, and a cockroach with a violin. Sat 2:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Low-Budget Filmmaking

The basic, and not so basic things you need to know to make a film without a Hollywood budget. M. Green, A. Siegel, B. Wood; Sat 4:00 pm; Fairlie [H]

Festival Screening: The Darkly Lyrical, Dieselpunk Visions of Tom Van Avermaet

Two films by Academy Award nominee Tom Van Avermaet. A man stuck in limbo collects shadows. A clock-watcher escapes via dreams. Q&A with director. Sat 4:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Animation Stew

The secret’s in the shortcuts! Local animators discuss how to create a short animation in only one day using a madlib script. Sat 5:30 pm; Fairlie [H]

Are Web Series the New Short Films?

Cheaper than a TV series and more immediate than film festivals, a web series could be the way to make your short film. T. Gofton; Sat 5:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

A collection of comedy shorts: Mimes with guns. Darth Vader meets ad executives. A magical wish-granting bear. Action figures with attitude. And more. Sat 7:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

A child creates life. A man seeks out his dead wife. A women escapes sacrifice in a dream world. And then there’s the Octopus. Plus more. Sat 8:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Festival Screening: Horror Comedy

An hour of horror comedy shorts. Beware the polterghost, and the killer Kart, and the Witch who likes coffee, and... well, undead wives. Sat 10:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Festival Screening: Murderers, Cannibals, and Serial Killers

Dark films of contract killers, jealous mob gunman, perversely hungry students, and cutthroats in a 12-step program. Sat 11:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Feature Screening: A Plague So Pleasant

After the zombie apocalypse, zombies have become a protected species, and troubled people search for signs of their loved-ones in the walking corpses. Sun 1:00 am; Learning Center [H]; 2.5 Hrs

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Sunday Asian Americans in Entertainment: Film and TV

Asian American actors and directors discuss the not-colorblind entertainment world. How race has affected their work and themselves. G. Wang, S. Yeun, P. Shinkoda; Sun 10:00 am; A601-A602 [M]

Festival Screening: Puppet Time

The best in recent puppet short films. Comedy, drama, musical, documentary, fairytale. Sun 10:00 am; Learning Center [H]

Restore Remaster Release Repeat

Industry pros discuss the process of curating, restoring, packaging, and releasing cult films on video. D. Griffith, B. Wood; Sun 11:30 am; Fairlie [H]

The Gamers: “Natural One” and “Humans and Households”

A screening of two brand new shorts in the Gamers series. Q&A with the filmmakers after. T. Gofton; Sun 2:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Festival Screening: Cyberpunk, Clones, and Twisted Identity

Thought-provoking SF films, taking us from deep space to unthinkable futures, back in time, and into the mind. Q&A after with the filmmakers. Sun 2:30 pm; Learning Center [H]; 2.5 Hrs

The Gamers

Festival Screening: Horror

Feature Screening: +1

Festival Screening: Documentary Shorts

Our film festival filmmakers discuss how and why they made the best modern animated films. Sun 1:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Films that are just fundamentally wrong. You’ll see Jesus with zombies, vengeful pets, a man who likes kitchen appliances too much, and more. Sun 10:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Legal Triage for the Filmmaker

How NOT to Make a Movie: Filmmaking Horror Stories

Independent Animation

Festival Screening: Twisted Tales

A look at the making of The Gamers series, its wildly successful Kickstarter run, and what’s next for the series. T. Gofton; Sun 4:00 pm; Fairlie [H] Numerous legal disputes can occur during the making of a film. A battle hardened entertainment attorney will show you how to stop the bleeding. M. Rome, Esq.; Sun 5:30 pm; Fairlie [H]

So, you didn’t tell the police you were filming a robbery scene at 3 a.m. You’re not alone. Join in this open session of shared catharsis. H. Cressall, J. Ello, A. Siegel, Drewprops; Sun 1:00 pm; Fairlie [H]

Monsters, goblins, ghosts, and death himself. Films that will haunt you, including an Academy Award nominee. Q&A with the Filmmakers. Sun 7:00 pm; Learning Center [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Stories to fill your nightmares: a vengeful witch, a summoned demon, a psychopathic mother-to-be, a viscous ghost, and a hungry apartment. Sun 11:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Festival Screening: Animation Block 2—Fantasies and Folk Tales

Animated fables, myths, yarns, and classic stories told with new vision. Sun 11:30 am; Learning Center [H]

Festival Screening: Dark Fantasy

A pair of shorts: Hibakusha presents a first hand account of a school girl in 1945 Hiroshima. Keye Luke: A look at the legendary Asian-American actor. Sun 5:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Ask the Experts: Advice for Filmmakers

Bring your biggest problems, deepest fears, and seek advice from seasoned filmmakers with absolutely no stake in your success or failure. H. Cressall, M. Green, J. Ello, A. Siegel, Drewprops; Sun 7:00 pm; Fairlie [H]

Three college friends hit the biggest party of the year where a mysterious phenomenon twists time, creating duplicates, chaos, and death. Mon 1:00 am; Learning Center [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday Editing for Story

A quarter of a second can change a scene from funny to creepy, inspirational to awkward. Learn to avoid auto-cinemagraphic asphyxiation. H. Cressall, J. Ello; Mon 10:00 am; Fairlie [H]

Film Festival Filmmaker Discussion

Our group discussion of short filmmaking covering painful production and festival war stories, and how to get your film into a fest. Open to all. Mon 10:00 am; Reg. V [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Filmmaking Basics and Beyond: Directing

Learn the gentle, and savage are of directing, and pick up a few tricks of the trade. M. Green, T. Gofton, B. Wood; Mon 11:30 am; Fairlie [H]

Film Festival Awards Ceremony

The presentation of the 2013 Dragon Con Independent Short Film Festival awards. Mon 1:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

Social Media and Filmmaking

How to turn your work into a social experience. H. Cressall, J. Ello; Mon 2:30 pm; Fairlie [H]

Festival Screening: Requests and Award Winners

What was your favorite film this year? Did you miss an award winner? We’ll be taking requests and screening what you want to see. Mon 2:30 pm; Learning Center [H]

Festival Closing

Wrap-up of this year’s screenings, awards, and panels. Come make suggestions, cheer the winners, and join us in a toast. Mon 4:00 pm; Learning Center [H]

Gaming Programming (GAME) Friday From Zero to Publisher

One man’s journey from freelancer, to game designer, to one-man publishing house, to quitting his job and living the dream. E. Lasanta; Fri 10:00 am; Grand Salon C [Hil]

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What’s Your Gamer Type?

Are you a goal-driven gamer who collects achievements, or do you make up backstories for your game characters? R. Oglesby; Fri 11:30 am; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Kickstarter 101

Expert authors and designers discuss Kickstarter in gaming. Find out how to start your own and how it all works. J. Picacio, J. Bulmahn, E. Lasanta, C. Black, C. Avellone; Fri 1:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

LARP!

An introduction to the world of LARPing! M. Malis; Fri 1:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Game Design 101

Designers from the table top and digital worlds talk about creating and testing games, from inception to final product. E. Lasanta, K. Hite, K. Baker; Fri 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Sage Advice

The author of the Sage Advice column from Dragon Magazine gives advice on running games. S. Williams; Fri 2:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Savage Worlds

The developers talk about what’s next for their line of RPG products. C. Black; Fri 4:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Villain School

Leading designers and artists explain how they create the characters everyone loves to hate. L. Elmore, C. Suleiman, K. Hite; Fri 5:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

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How it All Began: d20 Edition

One of Dungeons and Dragons’ lead designers discusses how the d20 revolution hit and what the phenomenon was like. S. Williams; Fri 5:30 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Cthulhu in Gaming

The author of the popular Trail of Cthulhu game and countless horror supplements hosts an exploration of this special horror genre. K. Hite; Fri 7:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

The Ancient and Modern Art of Strategy Games

From Risk to Axis and Allies to Avalon Hill, the forefathers of strategy games talk about their rich history. D. Bromley, B. Fawcett, L. Zocchi; Fri 7:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Saturday

Fantasy World Building: Ultimate Edition

Some of gaming’s greatest designers on paper and in the digital world discuss how they make fantastic worlds. J. Bulmahn, C. Avellone, K. Baker; Sat 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

The Paladin

It’s become popular to portray heroes with dark souls. Here, a case is made for the Paladin: a shining hero who is an example. Sat 4:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

The Masters of Horror (in Gaming)

Take a walk with some of the greatest writers in horror gaming out there. B. Bridges, C. Black, C. Suleiman, K. Hite; Sat 5:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Eberron and Beyond

At this annual panel on boardgaming, discuss games, talk about the latest treads, and find other gamers. Sat 10:00 am; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Eberron creator Keith Baker talks about the creation and evolution of this Dungeons and Dragons setting and the new RPG he’s developing. K. Baker; Sat 5:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Pathfinder

Gamer Girls Unite!

Boardgames! Boardgames!

Lead designer Jason Bulmahn talks about what’s in store for the Pathfinder RPG. J. Bulmahn; Sat 11:30 am; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Campaign Management 101

A panel on how to run a campaign from start to finish, for beginners or long-time gamers. Sat 1:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

How Boardgames are Designed

Two of boardgames’ godfathers discuss how boardgames are conceived, tested, and published. D. Bromley, B. Fawcett; Sat 2:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

A discussion about women in gaming: women gamers, how gaming portrays them, and the recent surge in women gamers in the community. R. Oglesby; Sat 7:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Sunday High Level Gaming

The lead designer of Pathfinder and the creator of Eberron talk about how high level games work. J. Bulmahn, K. Baker; Sun 11:30 am; Grand Salon C [Hil]

How It All Began: World of Darkness Edition

Find out from the people who were there how the World of Darkness started and how White Wolf came about. B. Bridges, A. Greenberg; Sun 1:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Ack! TPK!

Is your campaign going down in flames? Let us fix it, “Car Talk” style, with the Sage and Kenneth Hite. S. Williams, K. Hite; Sun 1:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Nazi Cults and Other Weirdness

Some of the industry’s top authors discuss all things freaky, bizarre, and strange in gaming. C. Suleiman, K. Hite; Sun 2:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

TSR

A retrospective with designers and artists who were there in the early days of Dungeons and Dragons. L. Elmore, S. Williams; Sun 4:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

The Art of LARP Weaponry

A discussion about constructing weapons for your LARP, from basic to advanced M. Malis; Sun 4:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Monster Creation Lab

Join Jason Bulmahn of Paizo publishing on designing a good monster for your game. J. Bulmahn, C. Suleiman, S. Williams; Sun 5:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Bearing the Torch

Expert ambassadors discuss how to reach out and bring gaming to the public and get the next generation involved in gaming. R. Oglesby; Sun 7:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

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The Science of Dice

The inventor of 100-sided dice tells why all dice are not created equal. L. Zocchi; Sun 8:30 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Hannibal Lecter: Breaking the Silence

A fan discussion of the life and crimes of Hannibal the Cannibal. K. Taylor; Fri 4:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

State of the Goth Scene Monday D and D; Trivia

Think you know your D and D;? Test your skills against other gamers in this panel of trivia and win prizes. Mon 11:30 am; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Worst. Gaming. Story. Ever.

Think you had it bad? Listen to some of the worst gaming stories our con has to offer. Win swag with your story. Mon 1:00 pm; Grand Salon C [Hil]

Horror (HT) Sponsored by Netherworld Friday True Blood [live dc tv]

The latest developments in the Gothic/ Industrial scene. Rogue, J. Lackey, DJ Spider, Angelspit; Fri 5:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Ray Bradbury’s Dark Carnival

Bradbury’s work in the horror genre. A. Martin, A. Taylor, J. Maberry; Fri 7:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Raising Hell: The Cinematic Clive Barker

Go behind-the-scenes of HBO’s hit supernatural drama. K. Bauer, J. Parrack, J. Gavankar, T. Buck, L. Bowles, G. Bowler, R. Wesley; Sat 4:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Music Video Terrorvision

Creating music videos. Rogue, J. Lackey, Calabrese, Angelspit; Sat 5:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Slasher Movies 101

A screening of Clive Barker’s masterpiece of dark fantasy. Q&A and signing to follow. (Mature Audiences Only) D. Bradley, N. Vince, C. Sheffer, R. Cherrington, C. McCorkindale; Sat 8:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]; 4 Hrs

An introduction to the slasher genre. M. Mancusi; Fri 10:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Saturday

Conjuring cosmic horror for modern audiences. C. Priest, J. Maberry, J. Tuck, K. Hite; Sat 7:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut

Dark Shadows: The ‘70s Films

Dark Shadows

Return of the Living Dead

Actors discuss their killer roles. M. McDowell, K. Tracy, M. Rooker, R. Cherrington; Fri 2:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

True Blood

21st Century Cthulhu

Retrospective on Dan Curtis’ 1970s film adaptations. D. Griffith, L. Parker, K. Scott; Sat 11:30 am; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Anatomy of a Psycho

Le Fanu’s vampire in literature, film, and popular culture. M. Belanger, C. Yarbro, D. Griffith, B. Wood; Sat 2:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

The stars of Hellraiser and Nightbreed discuss bringing the visions of Clive Barker to cinematic life. D. Bradley, D. Griffith, N. Vince, C. Sheffer, R. Cherrington; Fri 8:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Go behind-the-scenes of HBO’s hit supernatural drama. K. Bauer, J. Parrack, J. Gavankar, T. Buck, L. Bowles, R. Wesley; Fri 10:00 am; Cent. I-III [H] Guests from the classic Gothic soap. L. Parker, K. Scott; Fri 1:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

The Carmilla Legacy

Behind-the-scenes of the cult zombie flick. W. Stout, L. Quigley; Sat 1:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Sunday

Dark Shadows: The Legacy

Dark Shadows’ fandom and its enduring influence. L. Parker, K. Scott; Sun 1:00 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

The Jersey Devil

New Jersey’s most legendary monster. C. Burke, A. Voltaire; Sun 2:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Psycho: A Boy’s Best Friend is His Mother

A fan discussion of Psycho, from Robert Bloch to Hitchcock to Bates Motel. Sun 4:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Cthulhu Mythos 101

An introduction to H.P. Lovecraft’s world of horror. M. Belanger, S. Segal, K. Hite; Sun 5:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

That Old Black Magic

Portraying demons, warlocks, and nightmares D. Bradley, D. Jones, L. Quigley, J. Sands, N. Vince; Sun 7:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Richard Matheson: Legend

Tribute to the master of horror and suspense. A. Martin, A. Taylor, D. Griffith; Sun 8:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Devil in the Details

True Blood

Possession and Exorcism in Movies, Fact, and Myth. M. Belanger; Sun 10:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Monsters, Masks, and Make-Up

Books of Dark Shadows

Go behind-the-scenes of HBO’s hit supernatural drama. K. Bauer, J. Parrack, T. Buck, L. Bowles, R. Wesley; Sun 10:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M] The challenges of playing creatures on the silver screen. B. Armstrong, D. Bradley, C. Castellano, D. Jones, L. Quigley, N. Vince, C. Sheffer; Sun 11:30 am; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Monday The books and publications of Dark Shadows. L. Parker, K. Scott; Mon 11:30 am; Roswell 1-2 [W]

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American Horror Story: Autopsy

A look back at the first two seasons and speculation on what’s next. E. Donald; Mon 1:00 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

The Horror Will Be Televised

TV’s current fascination with horror and shows to look forward to watching. C. Burke; Mon 2:30 pm; Roswell 1-2 [W]

Kaleidoscope (KT)

An Hour with Rodger Bumpass

More than just Squidward, hear about his life long career. R. Bumpass; Fri 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

All Things Creepy

The spooky, creepy, and weird shows kids and adults love: Gravity Falls, Haunted Hathaways, House of Anubis, Goosebumps, and more. M.B. Weston, D.A. Adams; Fri 5:30 pm; A708 [M]

iSpin-off from iCarly Friday Princess, Fairies, and Pirates

A discussion of favorite Disney characters: Snow White to Merida, Prince Charming to Captain Jack Sparrow. T. Akers, B. Revis, J. Spendlove, G. McBride; Fri 10:00 am; A708 [M]

An Hour with Charlie Schlatter

A discussion of Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil, the Emmy nominated animated TV show on Disney XD. J. Spendlove, C. Schlatter; Fri 11:30 am; A601-A602 [M]

Fart Jokes and Boy Humor

A discussion of why shows like Crash and Bernstein attract both boys and girls as viewers. D. Beauchamp; Fri 1:00 pm; A708 [M]

Jason David Frank: The Green Ranger

Relive 20 years of Power Rangers history with everyone’s favorite Power Ranger and learn what is coming next. J. Frank; Fri 2:30 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

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Don’t be sad about iCarly coming to an end. Celebrate the new spin-offs and movies with other fans. D. Gill, B. Revis; Fri 7:00 pm; A708 [M]

Yellow, Black, and Zedd

Celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers by catching up with the cast. R. Axelrod, K. Ashley, W. Jones; Fri 7:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Totally Retro Toons

Do today’s cartoons gag you with a spoon? This discussion of ‘80s kids shows will be totally tubular. L. Sutton, B. Young, G. McBride, E. Myers; Fri 8:30 pm; A708 [M]

Saturday Morning Meet and Mingle II

Hang with your fellow KTs for board games and social time. Sat 10:00 am; A708 [M]

Adventure Time’s Righteous Hour

C’mon and grab your friends, we’ll go to very distant lands as the stars discuss all things Adventure Time. J. DiMaggio, J. Shada, O. Olson; Sat 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Stage Fighting Interactive Demonstration

An interactive session aimed at kids about the work that goes into creating choreographed fights for TV. Sat 1:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Voice Acting and the Younger Generation

Sunday Two Righteous Bros

A human boy and a magical dog set out to become righteous adventurers at Dragon Con J. DiMaggio, J. Shada; Sun 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Voice actors from Disney Channel and Nickelodeon discuss works aimed at the younger viewer. R. Bumpass, J. Shada, O. Olson, C. Schlatter; Sat 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Geek Parents Unite!

Come Meet Geek Girls Run

Go! Go! Power Rangers! A celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers. R. Axelrod, K. Ashley, W. Jones; Sun 11:30 am; Imperial Ballroom [M]

The group fosters self-improvement, healthy living, and a community where strong women inspire and encourage each other. J. Spendlove; Sat 4:00 pm; A708 [M]

Mighty Morphin’ Mega Panel

A 20th Anniversary gathering of some of your favorite rangers and villains. D. Beauchamp, R. Axelrod, K. Ashley, W. Jones; Sat 4:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Whatcha Doing, Danville Chicks?

Get the Phineas and Ferb inside scoop from two of its greatest chicks. K. Hu, J. Spendlove, O. Olson; Sat 5:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

All the Ninjas

Come kick back with the Ninja’s. Discuss your favorite Ninja Shows. G. McBride; Sat 7:00 pm; A708 [M]

All Things Avatar

A chance to chat about Ang and friends for those who can’t wait for the next season of Legends of Korra. Sat 8:30 pm; A708 [M]

Exchange ideas and stories with other parents and nerds just like you. J. Spendlove, B. Young; Sun 11:30 am; A708 [M]

It’s Morphin’ Time!

An Hour with George Takei [live dc tv]

A social media juggernaut with a diverse body of work, the actor tells stories from the nonTrek universe. G. Takei; Sun 1:00 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Read-a-Likes

Turn your child’s love for TV into a love of reading. D. Beauchamp, T. Akers, D. Gill, J. Spendlove, B. Young; Sun 2:30 pm; A708 [M]

Phineas and Ferb, Come to Danville

Danville has everything from Fireside Girls to secret agents to evil scientists. Discuss your favorites. D. Viguié, J. Spendlove; Sun 4:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Oh Puh-leaze! Squidward Tentacles

The squid everyone loves to hate on Spongebob Squarepants! R. Bumpass; Sun 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

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An Hour with Olivia Olson

Daughter of an evil professor and a vampire queen all rolled into one awesome guest. O. Olson; Sun 7:00 pm; A708 [M]

Theme Song Sing A Long

All your favorite theme songs, from SpongeBob to Phineas and Ferb. Requests taken through Saturday. Sun 8:30 pm; A708 [M]

Monday May the Power Protect You

Celebrate the 20 anniversary of the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers by catching up with the cast. D. Beauchamp, R. Axelrod, K. Ashley, W. Jones; Mon 10:00 am; Imperial Ballroom [M] th

An Hour with Jeremy Shada

Learn about sketch comedy acting with the star of Cartoon Network’s Incredible Crew. J. Shada; Mon 11:30 am; A601-A602 [M]

All the Voices of Roger Bumpass

Let’s go around the world and hear inside stories from a life long voice actor. R. Bumpass; Mon 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Track Wrap

After a long weekend, meet with the Volunteer Staff to share your thoughts and ideas for 2014. Mon 2:30 pm; A708 [M]

Live Performances (LIVE) Thursday

Blue Gillespie

G. Lloyd, Blue Gillespie; Sat 1:30 am; Cent. II-III [H]

DJ Dance

Sat 3:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Beth Patterson

Beth Patterson is a virtuoso bouzouki player and singer-songwriter, specializing in traditional Celtic, original songs, and twisted parodies. B. Patterson; Thu 7:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Curtis Eller’s American Circus

Saturday Professor Elemental

KISSNATION

Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands

Abney Park

New York Disco Villians

New York Disco Villains; Thu 10:00 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine; Thu 11:30 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Friday Blair Crimmins and The Hookers

Blair Crimmins and The Hookers; Sat 12:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Ghost of the Robot

J. Marsters, Ghost of the Robot; Sat 12:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]

The Slants

The Slants; Sat 1:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Bootie, the world’s premiere mashup dance party, comes to Dragon Con. Featuring dj BC and Pimpdaddysupreme. dj BC; Mon 3:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Live Performances Concourse (CONC)

Professor Elemental; Sun 12:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Curtis Eller’s American Circus; Thu 9:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M] Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands; Thu 10:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Bootie Dragon Con featuring dj BC and Pimpdaddysupreme

KISSNATION; Sun 12:00 am; Cent. II-III [H] Abney Park; Sun 1:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Lips Down on Dixie; Sun 1:30 am; Cent. IIIII [H]

DJ Dance

Sun 3:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Friday Emerald Rose

Emerald Rose; Fri 12:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine; Fri 1:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

The Blibbering Humdingers

The Blibbering Humdingers; Fri 2:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Beth Patterson

B. Patterson; Fri 3:00 pm; Concourse [H]

Sunday Angelspit

Angelspit; Mon 12:00 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Voltaire!

A. Voltaire; Mon 12:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]

Calabrese

Calabrese; Mon 1:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Crüxshadows

Crüxshadows, Rogue, J. Lackey; Mon 1:30 am; Cent. II-III [H]

Curtis Eller’s American Circus

Curtis Eller’s American Circus; Fri 4:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Saturday Midtown Brass

Midtown Brass; Sat 12:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Brobdignagian Bards

Brobdingnagian Bards; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

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Bonaventure Quartet

The Bonaventure Quartet; Sat 2:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Beth Patterson

B. Patterson; Sat 3:00 pm; Concourse [H]

Curtis Eller’s American Circus

Curtis Eller’s American Circus; Sun 6:30 pm; Concourse [H]

Beth Patterson

Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands

B. Patterson; Sun 7:30 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

The Gekkos

Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands; Sun 9:00 pm; Concourse [H]

Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands; Sat 4:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min The Gekkos; Sat 5:00 pm; Concourse [H]

New York Disco Villains

New York Disco Villains; Sat 6:00 pm; Concourse [H]

Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands Unwoman

New York Disco Villains; Sun 10:30 pm; Concourse [H]

Unwoman

Unwoman; Sat 9:00 pm; Concourse [H]

Emerald Rose

Emerald Rose; Sat 10:30 pm; Concourse [H]

Sunday Beth Patterson

B. Patterson; Sun 1:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Monday T. Smith; Mon 12:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Curtis Eller’s American Circus

Curtis Eller’s American Circus; Mon 1:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Emerald Rose

Emerald Rose; Mon 2:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

MMORPG (MMO)

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine

Sponsored By Guild Launch

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine; Sun 3:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Bonaventure Quartet

The Bonaventure Quartet; Sun 4:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Unwoman

Unwoman; Sun 5:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min 38

Discuss the Light and Dark sides of Star Wars: The Old Republic and play Huttball with the audience. Fri 11:30 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

StoryBricks: The Future of Online NPCs

Tired of “dumb NPCs”? Learn about StoryBricks, the technology that will be included in SOE’s upcoming “EQNext.” B. Green; Fri 1:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Inside the Blizzard Developer’s Studio

Jonathan LeCraft talks about how he got started in game development and how he worked on the most successful MMO of all time. J. LeCraft; Fri 2:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

A Brief History of Online Gaming

Tom Smith

The Gekkos

The Gekkos; Sun 2:00 pm; Concourse [H]; 30 Min

Star Wars: The Old Republic Fan Meetup

Friday Snarkito Ergo Sum: All the News That’s Fit to Snark

A review of the year-that-was in the MMORPGs. If you are a betting person, wager that City of Heroes is going to be discussed in gruesome detail. Fri 10:00 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

In the beginning, there was NetHack...and Empire, NetTrek, MUDs, and a whole bunch of other games that became the MMOs you know and love today. B. Green, K. Baker; Fri 4:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

EQ to EQNext: A Long Strange Trip

Sony Online Entertainment discuss where Everquest has been and where it will be going. Fri 5:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Star Wars Combine: Player Meetup

Named 88th best game of all time by PC Gamer and developed entirely by fans. Fri 7:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

World of Warcraft: Trivia and Fan Meetup

Spent your days studying Warcraft instead of going to med school? Show your mom that all that knowledge pays off. Fri 8:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]; 4 Hrs

Watch The Guild: All Nighter

We’re going to show all 6 seasons, even if it takes all night. Other activities that occur in a dark room late at night are not our responsibility. Fri 8:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]; 8.5 Hrs

Saturday Saturday Morning Cartoons

Pajamas, Cereal, and Cartoons. Now you can do it as a grown-up. Romily presents the lighter side of Machinima. Romily; Sat 10:00 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Guild Wars/Guild Wars 2 Fan Meetup

Share stories, tips, and recipes with other heroes from Tyria. S. Schuster; Sat 11:30 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

WoW: The Lore Before the War...Craft

Lessons in Lore delivers a comedic irreverent retelling of the story of Warcraft, complete with music and wildly inappropriate visuals. Sat 1:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Making Video Games with Artix Entertainment

Discover video game secrets with the creators of AdventureQuest Worlds, EpicDuel, DragonFable, MechQuest, AQ3D, Oversoul, and others. Galanoth, Nythera, Cysero, Artix, Alina; Sat 2:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

World of Warcraft Costume Contest: Pre-judging

If you wish to enter the WoW Costume Contest, you MUST come to pre-judging. Sat 4:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Dragon Con 2013


Hotel floor level reference

AmericasMart, Building 1, Floor 2 Dealers, Exhibitors.................... 61, 63 Hyatt, Ballroom Level: Contest Registration, FILM, Info Booth, MAIN ........................................... 69 Hyatt, International Level: MAIN............................................ 70 Hyatt, Exhibit Level: ART, Art Show, COMICS, Comics Artists Alley, Concourse, Daily Dragon, Fan Tables, MAIN, WKS......................... 71 Hyatt, Conference Level: ANIME, ARM, FILK, READ, SILK, TOON, Video Rooms, WKS ............. 72 Hyatt, Embassy Hall: FLIT, SFLIT, WRIT........................... 73 Hyatt, Second Floor: ConSuite................... map not available Marriott, International Level: AUTO, Froggy’s Photos.................... 75 Marriott, Marquis Level: AMSF, AMSFC, Charity Donations, CSTM, DC Security, DC Store, Info Booth, Walk of Fame, X................... 76 Marriott, Lobby Level: Celebrity Autographs, Eternal Badge Pick-up, TOLK, VIP Badge Pick-up.... 77 Marriott, Atrium Level: Blood Drive, KT, MAIN, PUPPET, SW, YA.......................................... 78

POCKET* PROGRAM PULL-OUT GUIDE

Hilton, Lower Level: Gaming Registration, Open Gaming, Board Gaming, CCGs, MECHCORPS, Miniatures...................................... 79 Hilton, First Floor: MAIN, Celebrity Authentics.............. 80 Hilton, Second Floor: Computer Gaming, Campaign RPGs, Info Booth, EFF, GAME, MAIN, MMO, POD, ROBOT, SCI, SKEP, SPACE, VGT............................................... 81 Hilton, Third Floor: Craig Damon Photos, Non-campaign RPGs, SPACE, War College, WKS..... 82 Hilton, Fourth Floor: LARPs........................................... 83 Sheraton, First Floor: Convention Registration, DC Satellite Store, Disability Services, Info Booth, MAIN............................................ 84

FOLD HERE

AmericasMart, Building 1, Floor 1 Exhibitors....................................... 63

Sheraton, Second Floor: BRIT, PN, ROBOT, TREK.................. 85 Sheraton, Third Floor: MAIN............................................ 86 Westin, Sixth Floor: AR, Info Booth, SGM, UF, WU.......... 87 Westin, Seventh Floor: ALT, MAIN...................................... 88 Westin, Eighth Floor: HORROR, MAIN............................. 89

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Friday, August 30, 2013 Fri 8/29

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P

201 (Hil) (EFF)

Passive Wi-Fi Monitoring

Future of Fan Fiction & Amateur Fiction

Geocaching and Remembering Aaron Location-Based Games Swartz

202 (Hil) (SCI)

The Genetics of X-Men

203 (Hil) (POD)

2:30 P

Personalized Genomics

Fun in Fusion Research

Podcast Track Kick Off!

How to Make Money with Your Podcast

4:00 P

5:30 P

7:00 P

8:30 P

10:00 P

Revenge Porn and ReputationDestroying The Human Body: A Walking Petri Dish

TPB AFK

In Defense of Online Pseudonyms

ISPs and Six Strikes

Interracial Discourse in Erotic Romance

Neurogenetics: Of Mice and Men

Your Lying Eyes

Multiple-partner Families w/Children

Cryonics: 2013 Updates/Open Disc.

comedy4cast LIVE!

Technorama Live!

11:30 P

204-207 (Hil) (SKEP)

Skeptrack Kick Off 2013

Secrets of Skeptic History

Why Mensa Will Never Don't Panic! Again... Solve World Hunger

It's Not News, It's Fark

Every Skeptic Has a Story

Skepticism 101

Fictional Writing and Skepticism

Quiz-O-Tron 2000

309-310 (Hil) (SPACE)

LiftPort Rises from the Ashes

Life & Times at JPL

Don't Call Me Dear, Call Me PhD.octor

You Won't Go Crazy

There's an Asteroid With Earth's Name on It

Curiosity, Year 1

Reusable Launch Vehicles Be a Reality?

Bad Things Happen to Live Astronomy (4 Good Galaxies Hrs)

311-312 (Hil) (WKS)

RJ Haddy: Make-up Out of Kit Workshop (2.5 Hrs)

A601-A602 (M) (MAIN)

Bill Corbett, Unlicensed An Hour with Charlie Farscape: Same Dren, Getting Hatched! Life Coach Schlatter Different Planet

Friday Night Costuming Contest Pre-judging (2.5 Hrs)

9:00 Setup/LightSpeed Dating Reg.

Lightspeed Dating (2.5 Hrs)

The Timey Wimey Puppet Show

Puppets on the Web

Ventriloquism: From Ancient to Modern

State of Puppetry Roundtable

Your Favorite SW Authors

Hour with InkMaster's Sarah Miller

YA Short Fiction

Fan Works and Beyond

Vampires vs Werewolves

All Things Creepy

iSpin-off from iCarly

Totally Retro Toons

Trek Trivia

Klingon Karaoke (5.5 Hrs)

Walkers on Parade

The Cinematic Clive Barker

A704 (M) (PT)

A706 (M) (SW)

Welcome/Meet the FanGroups

A707 (M) (YA) A708 (M) (KT) Athens (S) (TREK)

Crossovers Princess, Fairies, and Pirates Opening Ceremonies

Augusta (S) (PN)

Crossing the Veil

Augusta 1-2 (W) (ALT)

PullOut-40

Playwriting for Puppets

Intro to the EU

What We Know About Episode VII Thus Far

The Work of Michael Frith

Shadowhunters and Downworlders

The Writing: Sarek Dark Shadows

Anatomy of a Psycho

John Barrowman Live!!!

Spotlight on Lucy Lawless

But I Play One on TV

The Abduction

Paranormal Tech Talk Explorations Into ESP 101

All Aboard The Alt. History Track

Gears, Goggles & Brass: Basic Building Pulp: Paperbacks to Film and Beyond

Steampunk “Super” Culture Alternate History Costuming I

What is Filk?

Meet & Greet: Performers, Fans, and Staff Ed Asner: UP! and Beyond

Baker (Hyt) (FILK)

9:00 The Dragon Con Late Show (30 Mins)

Foam Patterning for Puppets

Tai Chi Workshop

Fart Jokes and Boy Humor

Augusta 3 (W) (ALT)

Centennial I (Hyt) (MAIN)

Human Guinea Pigs (2.5 Hrs)

Star Trek Over The Years

Atlanta Ballroom (W) Atrium Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

XCor: Another Vision of Commercial Space

Anime Voice Actors

History of the Federation (Pre-reboot) Biscuits and Bowlers at Dawn: The High Fashion and High Tea Duel! (2.5 Hrs) Welcome to the Warehouse!

GoT: Welcome to the Wall

11:30 Puppet IMPROV! 1:00 Indie Puppet Films Screening

Are You a Death Eater?

Friday Night Costuming Contest (2.5 Hrs)

12:00 Blair Crimmins and The Hookers 1:30 The Slants

A New Paranormal Paradigm Sherlock Holmes & Mainstreaming of Victoriana

Ken Spivey Solo Concert

FILK and Cookies! Open Filking

How I Became Dr. Venture

6:00 Dragon Con Opening Ceremonies (30 Mins)

The World of Abney Park Dieselpunk 101

Steampunk Themes in Doctor Who Race and Gender Issues in Alt. History

Her Royal Majesty's Sex and Taboos in Boasting Contest Alternate History Yellow-brick Fairytales 1:00 The Lost Boys 2:30 Open Filking

An Evening at Bree (2.5 Hrs)

Drum Circle (4 Hrs)

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Friday, August 30, 2013 Fri 8/29 Centennial II-III (Hyt) (MAIN)

10:00 A 10:00 True Blood

Concourse (Hyt) (CONC)

Courtland (Hyt) (ANIME) Crystal Ballroom (Hil) (MAIN)

11:30 A BSG: Is the War Over?

1:00 P Hobbit Heroes and Villains

2:30 P Richard Dean Anderson

4:00 P

8:30 P

FUNimation Industry The History of Manga Panel and Q&A

Silent Era Anime Screening

Akira: Screening & Commentary (2.5 Hrs)

The CDC Presents: Public Health & Social Media in the Digital Age

Producing Tech News FSL Tonight Today and other Podcasts

Illusions of the Passed

The Future of Military Night Attack Live Space

Science in Science Fiction

The Future is Not What It Used to Be

The Current State of Black SF

The Author's Appendix My Favorite Book is a Get Off the Unicorn: An TV Show Hour with Peter S. Beagle

A Support Group of Ice and Fire

Wheel of Time Loony Fantasy Lit Game Theories Night

It's All in the Game

That's Write, Pardner: Collaborations

Kickstarter 101

Doctor Who Series 7 Review

Avatar the Last Airbender

Edgewood (Hyt) (READ)

Reading: Janny Wurtz Reading: Alethea Kontis High Concept Science Fiction or Fantasy?

Reading: Michael Stackpole

Welcome to SciFi Literature Welcome to Fantasy Literature!

Mercedes Lackey's Legendaria

How to Write a Story in The Wacky World of an Hour Writing

Fairlie (Hyt) (FILM)

Fan Films

Filmmaking Basics: Producing

Grand Ballroom A-F (S) (MAIN)

Torchwood

Sulu Solo

Grand Ballroom East (Hil)

An Hour with Tonks!

Paul and Storm Talk Enterprise's Dominic About Some Stuff for Keating Five to Ten Minutes (on Average)

Continuum: The Future is in Their Hands

An Hour with Rodger Hornblower Bumpass

Everything Doctor Destination Truth Who: 50 Years in the TARDIS

Game Design 101

Ghost Hunters

FRED Entertainment Panel-Palooza-ExtravaThingee-a-Doodle

What's Your Gamer Type?

LARP!

Sage Advice

Savage Worlds

Villain School

MMO Design 101

Designing Awesome Videogames

Diablo III: Behind the Voice Actors of Walking Scenes Dead

You're the Publisher: Kickstarting Videogames

A Brief History of Online Gaming

Star Wars Combine: Player Meetup

Grand Salon C (Hil) (GAME)

From Zero to Publisher

Grand Salon D (Hil) (VGT)

Grand Salon E (Hil) (MMO)

Snarkito Ergo Sum: All the News That's Fit to Snark

Ten Things I Wish Somebody Had Told Me (2.5 Hrs)

Doctor Who Companions

Writing Non-fiction for Fun and Profit

Writing for Anthologies

Future of Filmmaking: 10 Critical Legal 4K and Beyond Issues

Lighting and Camera: Shooting Like a Pro

Star Trek: Deep Space Inside the Actor's Nine Gaffe: Sylvester McCoy

TNG Q&A

Star Wars: The Old StoryBricks: The Inside the Blizzard Republic-Fan Meetup Future of Online NPCs Developer's Studio

11:30 P 12:00 Ghost of the Robot 1:30 Blue Gillespie

FetLife

Swimcast's Year 6 Rock and Roll-pallooza Extravaganza Reading: Kathryn Hinds

Embassy D-F (Hyt) (WRIT)

Grand Ballroom West (Hil) (MAIN)

10:00 P

Curtis Eller's American Circus (30 Mins)

Animation 101

Embassy C (Hyt) (FL)

7:00 P Wrestling! (2.5 Hrs)

12:00 Emerald Rose 1:00 Grandpa's Cough 3:00 Beth Patterson (30 Mins) Medicine (30 Mins) 2:00 The Blibbering Humdingers (30 Mins) Mechs Behind Pacific Anime Mythbusters Rim

Dunwoody (Hyt) (TOON)

Embassy AB (Hyt) (SFL)

5:30 P

EQ to EQNext: A Long Strange Trip

The Fifth Doctor: Peter Davison Ernie Hudson: Cleaning Up the Town

Polyamory in SF

Fightin' and Writin'

LGBT/BDSM and Alternate Lifestyle Fiction

Zombie Prom (2.5 Hrs)

Vic Mignogna: Star Trek (2.5 Hrs)

World of Warcraft: Trivia and Fan Meetup (4 Hrs)

Cthulhu in Gaming

Watch The Guild: All Nighter (8.5 Hrs)

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Friday, August 30, 2013 Fri 8/29

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P

2:30 P

4:00 P

5:30 P

7:00 P

Hanover AB (Hyt) (WKS)

Seminar 1: Writing a Knock-out Novel (In Ten Rounds or Less) Building The Weapon: The Mechanics of Firearms

Seminar 2: Writing Careers in the Postpaper Era Silencers, Suppressor, or Sound Moderators

Seminar 3: Social Media 101 for Creative People Cosplay: Crafting a Secret Identity

Seminar 4: The Art of the Paragraph

Seminar 5: Description

Urban Fantasy Costuming Workshop

Secondary Characters in The Hunger Games

Festival Screening: Musicals!

How it All Began: d20 Edition

Professional Illustration for Games and Publishing The Ancient and 9:00 Sci-fi Drive-in Theater Heckle-along with Modern Art of SuperShark (2.5 Hrs) Strategy Games

How to Become a Comics Scholar

Good Girl Art

Ted Naifeh: Courting Courtney

Loincloths and Trenchcoats

Marvel vs. DC

The Comics Form: Art, Literature, or What?

A Brief History of Wire Sculpting: What's Been Twisting Lately Adrian Paul: From Highlander to Immortality

I Blame It All on Dan Dare, the Pilot of the Future (2.5 Hrs)

Taxes for Artists

Figurine Sculpture

Hanover C-E (Hyt) (MAIN)

Hanover F (Hyt) (COMICS)

Hanover G (Hyt) (ART)

Imperial Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

Welcome Fringe!

Inman (Hyt) (ARM)

Antitank: Rockets and Recoil-less (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Intl. BC (W) (UF)

Intl. DE (W) (WU)

Intl. F-H (W) (SGM)

The Perfect Blend: The What's Next in Urban Hidden Monsters: A Mixing of Genres Within Fantasy? Being Human Fan Urban Fantasy Panel Newbies to Whedon

Welcome to the Multiverse!

Intl. South (Hyt) (MAIN)

Extras Casting Atlanta

Kennesaw (Hyt) (ARM)

L401-L403 (M) (TOLK)

M103-M105 (M) (CSTM)

PullOut-42

Middle-earth Primer

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebration Ball (2.5 Hrs)

It's a Fae, Fae World: Not Just For Kids A Lost Girl Fan Panel

Magic and Mayhem: Witches in Urban Fantasy

The Men of Urban Fantasy

Urban Fantasy on a Screen Near You

Blibbering Humdingers Concert

Brobdignagian Bards Concert

Does a Contract Negate Non-Consent?

Development of the SGC Through the Years

Who You Callin' a Villain?!?

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

The Pen and the Sword: Arming the Written Word

Talking RiffTax with Bill Corbett

Lev Grossman's J.K.Rowling Missing Interview

Stories with Uncle George

Introduction to Belly Dance w/ Phoenicia

Persian Court Dance Class

The AR-15/M16: It's Like Barbie for Guys

Ammunition, Explosives, and Ordnance

New York Jedi Saber Fights

Keeping It Safe

Lansky Sharpeners: Impact Weapons: Not The Cutting Edge (30 Quite Hulk Smash, but Mins) Close! (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Strut: Modeling and Photography in Costuming

Gender, Race, and Identities in Comics

Setup for Party

Autograph Sessions

The Hobbit: A Latter Day Legendary Saga

11:30 P

Yellow, Black, and Zedd

Branded: How SF/F Creators Have Built Their Own Brands

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge (30 Mins)

10:00 P

Smallville: The Power Grimm: Heroes and Players Heroine/Villain?

From Buffy to The Avengers: Page Coulson: Resurrection to Screen in the Whedonverse

The Asgard: What a Bunch of #^*%@

Intl. Hall South (M) (AUTO) Intl. North (Hyt) (MAIN)

Lindsay Wagner: Bionics and Beyond

8:30 P

Exploring Folklore in Stargate

Tom Smith Concert

The Gekkos in Concert

Venture Party (2.5 Hrs)

Pole Arms: Extending the Reach of the Foot Soldier (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Smaug Con: Tokien and His Dragons

Costumes: How to Create a Dwarf— BASIC

Costumes: How to Create a Dwarf—ADVANCED

Contacts and Fangs Intensive

Patterning Part 1: Modifying and Frankensteining

Lifecasting and Mold Making Demo (2.5 Hrs)

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Friday, August 30, 2013 Fri 8/29 M106-M107 (M) (X)

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P Make the Bad Man Stop, Part I

M301 (M) (AMSF)

Starting the Con with a Big Bang Theory

GoT Fan Meet up

So What Do We Mean by New Media Series?

2:30 P 4:00 P S.H.I.E.L.D.: X-Files or Dragnet?

5:30 P

7:00 P 8:30 P Spirituality and Faith How Hollywood After the Aliens Handles the Paranormal

10:00 P

11:30 P

Babylon 5: 20 Years of the Last Best Hope

Quickly Canceled SciFi TV Theater Brit Night at the Telly: The Early Doctors

Haven: The Colorado Kid

M301-M302 (M) (AMSF)

GoT: Shock and Awww in Season 3

M302 (M) (AMSF)

Dragon Con 101 Meetup!

Lost Girl Fan Meetup!

M303-M304 (M) (CLSF)

Sid and Marty Krofft: Happiest Space Off Wildboys and Dynagirls Earth: Disney-fied Sci-Fi

1970s Sci-Fi: Movies Made of People

Macon (S) (BRIT)

Legend of the Seeker Once Upon a Time Fan Meetup! Meetup! Voyagers! Time Travel SeaQuest DSV: 20th in Sci-Fi TV Anniversary Under the Sea

Eight Bits of Awesome: '80s and '90s Video Games

Journey to the Center of A Guide to All Things Top Gear BritTrack: Welcome British with Panel Anglotopia.net

Being Human UK Farewell

NeedCoffee.com vs Sherlock

The IT Crowd: "Have You Downton Abbey Tried Turning It Off and On Again?"

Costume Contest Pre- British Comedies judging (DW (Miranda!, and More) Anniversary Ball)

P’tree Ballroom A-F (W) (MAIN)

Defiance

Whedonverse Guest Panel

An Hour with Laurell K. Hamilton

The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

The Clockwork Century and the Cinder Spires

Setup for Avengers Ball

Avengers Ball (5.5 Hrs)

Piedmont (Hyt) (SILK)

Kumihimo Circle

History of Persian Court Dance

Origami for Beginners

ABJD Photography

Lolita Transformation

K-pop Videos

Japanese Kimono

Hour with Crüxshadows

SGMT Charity Night Event (4 Hrs) Need Coffee Presents: Your Weekend Justice Show of Shows (2.5 Hrs)

Plaza Ballroom (W) (MAIN) Regency V (Hyt) (MAIN)

Regency VI-VII (Hyt) (MAIN)

Stargate Summit

Making Custom Toys

Spartacus: Blood in the Futurama: From the Sand Woooorld of Tomorrow!

Roswell (Hyt) (READ)

OUaT: A Tale of Secrets Untold

Jane Espenson, Brad Bell, and Their 'Husbands' Jason David Frank: The Green Ranger

Reading: Emilie P. Bush

Reading: Laura Anne Gilman

Roswell 1-2 (W) (HT) Savannah 1-3 (S) (ROBOT) Learning Center (Hyt) (FILM)

Feature Screening: Misfit Heights (2.5 Hrs)

University (Hyt) (READ) Valdosta (S) Vinings (Hyt) (READ)

Vinings 1-2 (W) (AR)

Intro to Robotics and Maker Film Festival Opening Ceremonies

Robotics and Fabrication Festival Screening: Fantasy: Time and Mind Travel

Reading: Todd McCaffrey Paranormal Excavation: Non-Western South Carolina Demons

Pyr Rising

Meet the Stars of SW, Across the Generations Reading: Gail Z. Martin

Ghostbusters Fan Stream-crossing

Atlanta Radio Theater Presents: In Need of a Bard

Hibakusha

Revenge of the Nerds: A Dragon Con Homecoming (4 Hrs)

Reading: John G. Hartness

Friends of Bill W. (2.5 Hrs)

Hannibal Lecter: Breaking the Silence

State of the Goth Scene

Ray Bradbury's Dark Carnival

Bar2D2

Sparkfun and the World of Maker Festival Screening: Sci-fi Action & Comedy

CAD and Maker Resources Everything I Know Feature Screening: The Human Race (2.5 About Life I Learned Hrs) from James Bond...or Not

Slasher Movies 101

11:30 Festival Screening: Zombies! 1:00 Screening: Korean Thriller

Reading: Dan McGirt Reading: Lev Grossman The UFO Why Questions

Practical Self-Defense with Keith R.A. DeCandido Hitting the Trail: The Bug Out Vehicle

Tony Lately

Six Million Dollar Fans

Reading: Keith R.A. DeCandido Devouring Selfhood: Zombies in Narrative

Paranormal Insight From a Medical Perspective Reading: Aurelio Voltaire (2.5 Hrs)

Super Scenarios with Omega Tac Unit

The 5th Annual Zombie Walk

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Saturday, August 31, 2013 Sat 8/30 201 (Hil) (EFF)

10:00 A Privacy Implications of Google Glass

202 (Hil) (SCI)

203 (Hil) (POD)

Podcasting Authors Roundtable

11:30 A Personal Audio Podcast Patent Suits and Other Recent Cases

1:00 P Bitcoin: Distributed, Anonymous Online Currency

Science Through Songs

Greetings from Storybrooke & Fancast Roundtable

204-207 (Hil) (SKEP)

4:00 P

5:30 P Tax Implications of the Supreme Court DOMA Decision

7:00 P

8:30 P Medical Marijuana, Recreational Marijuana, and State Legislatures

10:00 P WriteSex

Facts, Figures, and Google: Is Teaching Dead?

DOOM! A Survival Guide

DOOM! Chemical Warfare in the 20th Century

Life, the Universe, and Everything (Sort of...)

DOOM! The Planet is Trying to Kill Me!

Kinky Science: What Health Professionals Need to Know About BDSM

The Art of the Interview

Geek Cred LIVE!

VOG Network Supershow

Comics Coast to Coast LIVE

Scott Sigler: One for the Junkies

Science, Pseudoscience, and All That Jazz

The Quantifiable Benefit of Firebrand Atheism

The Moral Arc of Science

A Quest For Fact, Truth, and Fun

Morality?

Voorwerpjes Science: Fading Light Echoes

Mysterious Titan

The Wide Divide of Commercial Space

A Change in Plans: LiftPort 132 (Confirmed) + Goes Lunar 3,216 (Possible) = Kepler Telescope Legacy

GRBs: Astronomy's Hottest Topic

How to Service Your Satellite

Live Astronomy (4 Hrs)

Farscape: Friend or Foe

Whatcha Doing, Danville Chicks?

Project Cosplay

Gay Themes in Doctor Who

Monty Python

Puppet Jedi Klingon Warriors: A Khanversation

Carla Rhodes: Rock n' Roll Ventriloquist

The Sci-Fi Janitors: Live and Unsanitized

Project Icarus: Sending How & Why of a Probe to Another Star! NASA's Asteroid Retrieval Mission Plans

311-312 (Hil) (WKS) A601-A602 (M) (MAIN)

Human Guinea Pigs (2.5 Hrs) Costuming Obsessed Intelligence: Batteries Required

Photo-Ops

A707 (M) (YA)

Advice for Young Writers

A708 (M) (KT)

Tai Chi Workshop Sword and Laser Podcast LIVE

Glove Puppetry 101

A706 (M) (SW)

The Marionette Cabaret

Costuming Insights Book Club: Fair Coin by E.C. Myers

Come Meet Geek Girls Run

Athens (S) (TREK)

Farragut Films Q&A

Starfleet Kitchen

R2D2 Builders

8:30 Furry Meetup (30 Mins) 9:00 Rainbow Flag Party (5.5 Hrs) Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut (4 Hrs)

Atlanta Ballroom (W)

Dark Shadows: The '70s Films William Shatner

Return of the Living Dead Warehouse 13 Super Mega Awesome Panel

A Brush with Destiny

Time After Time Reunion Torchwood: From Start True Blood to Finish

The Tinker's Clockwork Carnival M5: Blowing Stuff Up for Science!!!

Fire in the Sky

Holy Shift!

The Bridgewater Triangle The Steampunk Music Summit

Paranormal Research from A to Z The Many Worlds of Pulp and Speculative Fiction

PullOut-44

UFO's Top 5

Bartitsu: Victorian Era Alternate History Self Defense Costuming II: Victorian-Edwardian

Historical Fiction and Dark Themes in YA Steampunk Themes All Things Avatar

Philosophical Writers Q&A Readings of Star Trek

Lego FIRST Challenge (4 Hrs)

Augusta 1-2 (W) (ALT)

Blogs, Podcasting, Vidding, and FanFic

All the Ninjas

Atlanta (S)

Augusta (S) (PN)

Incredible Transformations by SyFy's FaceOff Contestants Marionettes 101

LGBTQ in YA

Morning Meet & Mingle II

Atrium Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

11:30 P

You Might Be a Crank If‌

309-310 (Hil) (SPACE)

A704 (M) (PT)

2:30 P Q&A with a Wikipedia Administrator

A Literary History of Western Demons Meet the League of S.T.E.A.M.

At All Costs: Falling Skies Q&A

Games Night (5.5 Hrs)

Gonzoroo II (2.5 Hrs)

Behind the Gears: Master Maker Q&A

The Many Faces of Jack the Ripper

12:00 Professor Elemental 1:30 Abney Park

After the End: BioPunk and PostApocalyptica

Gears and Tentacles: Lovecraft's Influence

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Saturday, August 31, 2013 Sat 8/30 Augusta 3 (W) (ALT)

10:00 A

11:30 A

9:00 The Dragon Con Late Show (30 Mins)

Inside Ghosts in the Shell Two Half Men & a Wizard

Baker (Hyt) (FILK) Centennial I (Hyt) (MAIN) Centennial II-III (Hyt) (MAIN)

Concourse (Hyt) (CONC)

Courtland (Hyt) (ANIME)

1:00 P Practical Time Travel

2:30 P Magic, Occult, and Fantasy in Alternate History

4:00 P 5:30 P Clockwork Comics: Speculative Fiction in Sequental Art

Workshop: Song Writing

Instafilk!

Concert by C.S. Marks

Space Opera Then, Military SF Now Spartacus: Gladiators Vengeance

Welcome Mitch Pileggi! An Hour with Larry Niven

Meet the Stars of The New York Times Bestselling Clone Wars Authors BSG: The Ragtag Lost Girl Fleet

From the Page to the Stage: Comic Book Pageant (2.5 Hrs)

3:00 Beth Patterson

4:00 Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands (30 Mins) 5:00 The Gekkos

9:00 Unwoman

12:00 Midtown Brass 1:00 Brobdignagian (30 Mins) Bards (30 Mins) 2:00 Bonaventure Quartet (30 Mins) Shojo 101

Crystal Ballroom (Hil) (MAIN)

God of Manga: Osamu Tezuka Doctor Who Classic Series Toonami

Dunwoody (Hyt) (TOON)

OMG! NSA! WTF??!! (Dom. Surveillance) Animating Disney's Stitch!

Hetalia: Ask a Nation Directing and Producing Anime Q&A Hacking 101 Brian Brushwood's Bizarre Magic Hey Brony, Nice Vids! Fan Perspectives on South Park

Reading: A. J. Hartley

Embassy AB (Hyt) (SFL) Embassy C (Hyt) (FL)

Fighting for Writing A Memory of Light

The Art of Fantasy

SciFi Jeopardy! Delphic Oracle

Steampunk Takes Flight

Social Media: Make it Work for You

Spotlight on Bell Bridge Books

Filming for Visual Effects Part 1

Filming for Visual Effects Part 2

Low-Budget Filmmaking

Animation Stew

Guests from the Next Generation Fringe: Season by Season

A Conversation with Stephen Amell Voice Acting & the Younger Generation

George Takei

The Fifth Doctor: Peter Deep Space Nine Davison Guests World of Warcraft Costume Contest (2.5 Hrs)

Embassy D-F (Hyt) (WRIT)

YA at Its Finest

Fairlie (Hyt) (FILM)

Filmmaker Meet & Greet Props, Sets, Production Design!

Grand Ballroom A-F (S) (MAIN) Grand Ballroom East (Hil)

The Syfy Paranormal Guest Panel Adventure Time's Righteous Hour

Grand Ballroom West (Hil) (MAIN) Grand Salon C (Hil) (GAME)

Which Walking Dead is Best? Boardgames! Boardgames!

Grand Salon D (Hil) (VGT) Grand Salon E (Hil) (MMO)

Pathfinder I Heart Video Games

Saturday Morning Cartoons

Guild Wars/Guild Wars 2 Fan Meetup

Campaign Management 101

Inside the Actor's Gaffe with Noel Clarke Continuum: Liber8 and Fantasy World the Law Building: Ultimate Edition How Boardgames are The Paladin Designed Blizzard: Behind the HEX, the MMO Card Scenes Game: PvP Design

WoW: The Lore Before Making Video Games the War...Craft with Artix Entertainment

World of Warcraft Costume Contest: Prejudging

Drum Circle (4 Hrs) 12:00 KISSNATION 1:30 Rocky Horror Picture Show

6:00 New York Disco Villains

The Masters of Horror (in Gaming)

11:30 P Steampunk After Dark

1:00 Open Filking

Edgewood (Hyt) (READ)

Reading: S. M. Stirling Reading: Nick Eftimiades

8:30 P 10:00 P John Carter and Other Cogs and Cocktails Works from Edgar Rice Burroughs

Workshop: Medieval Music

The Destruction of Tokyo

Doctor Who New DOOM! Evil Geniuses Series Chat for a Better Tomorrow Cosplay Contest Pre-judging (2.5 Hrs)

7:00 P Alternate History: What's Trending After Steampunk?

10:30 Emerald Rose

Son of the Rising Sun! Bizarre Anime Film Festival (2.5 Hrs) BDSM 101 (2.5 Hrs) XDR (2.5 Hrs)

Reading: T. Eric Bakutis

Folklore in Fantasy

Raising the Robot Human Wave SF You Win or You Daes Who is Jon Snow? Dae'mar Laws and the Writer From Idea to Research to Print

Cosplay Contest

King of the Hill Voice Actors

Eberron & Beyond

Gamer Girls Unite!

BioShock Infinite: Behind the Scenes

Dishonored: Behind the Scenes Star Citizen Sneak Preview

New Pulp, Old Pulp Dragon Sex! Dyin' Laughin

LGBT in SF/F

Heroes and Villains Ball (4 Hrs) DJ Middle-earth's Dance Party (2.5 Hrs)

5 Truths and a Lie

The Kevin & Phil Show

Machinima: Chronicles of Humanity (2.5 Hrs)

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Saturday, August 31, 2013 Sat 8/30

10:00 A

11:30 A

Hanover AB (Hyt) (WKS)

Seminar 6: Finding the Story

Seminar 7: 101 Ideas Seminar 8: Laying Seminar 9: Showing In an Hour Down Tracks: A Off Your Manuscript Different Way to Write Your Novel

Hanover C-E (Hyt) (MAIN) Hanover F (Hyt) (COMICS)

1:00 P

2:30 P

4:00 P

Dragon Con Charity Auction: Books and Art (4 3:00 Cosplay Charity Hrs) Auction The Rhetorical Power of Comics as Teaching Comics Tools

Elfquest 35th Anniversary

Before Watchmen

Hanover G (Hyt) (ART)

IMPACT! The Impact The Five Big Lies You of Comics & Art Need to BUST Outside the Art Show Concerning Your Creativity

Imperial Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

OUaT: The Quest for Neverland

Lee Majors: Six Million An Hour with Tonks! Dollar Superstar

Inman (Hyt) (ARM)

Machineguns: Light and Heavy (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Mechanical Machineguns: the Powered Weapon (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Intl. BC (W) (UF)

Second Nature: Werewolves and Shifters in Urban Fantasy

Intl. DE (W) (WU)

5:30 P

7:00 P

DC Legends

Hometown Heroes

Anatomy for the Sci-Fi Anatomy in Horror Art Monsters, Mythology, and Artist the Macabre in Art

Mighty Morphin' Mega Panel

Smallville: Creators of a Hero

Sookie Forever After

Creating Your Comic/Manga from Concept to Publication

Adrian Paul: Prince of Alderaan Set-up/Trivia Last Party on Alderaan (5.5 Hrs) the Universe Qualifying

What Would the Winchesters Do? A Supernatural Fan Panel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Whedonverse Video Panel Panel

Room Closed for Rehearsal and Set-up

The Master of Disasters Returns

Dr. Geek's Laboratory Live! Podcast

Costume Building Basics

Intl. Hall South (M) (AUTO)

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Intl. North (Hyt) (MAIN)

Sabutai Musashi: Ninkage-ryu Demo

Stage Fighting Interactive Demonstration

How to Do Comedy Wrong the Right Way

FUNimation Town Hall

The Last Unicorn (2.5 Hrs)

Create-a-Puppet Workshop: Dragons! (2.5 Hrs)

Isolations & Travel Steps in Belly Dance w/Phoenicia

Silk Road Expo

Hobbit: One Book, Three Movies

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge (30 Mins)

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge (30 Mins)

Spears: The Thrown Point (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge (30 Mins)

Battle-ready Hobbits: Scouring of the Shire, What Could Have Been

Middle-earth and Hogwarts

L401-L403 (M) (TOLK)

PullOut-46

The Silmarillion for Dummies

Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Cosplay and Fandom

Sculpting Fascinating Open Studio for Art Show Artists (2.5 Hrs) Creatures of All Sorts

Much Ado About Shakespeare

Kennesaw (Hyt) (ARM)

11:30 P

Colossal MST3K 25th Anniversary (10 Hrs)

Making Love in the Stargate: Relationships in the Multiverse

Setup for Puppet Making

10:00 P

Use of Force or Never Bring a Knife to a Gunfight

Intl. F-H (W) (SGM)

Intl. South (Hyt) (MAIN)

8:30 P

Seminar 10: 21 Days The Convention Art Market Narrative in Pictureto a Novel Making

Vic Mignogna Q&A

Supernatural Playlist: City of Dreadful Night: Music in Urban World-building in Fantasy Urban Fantasy FanFiction: Rule 34 in the House! (4 Hrs) Stargate: Interactive! (2.5 Hrs)

Late Night at Brody's (2.5 Hrs)

Blibbering Humdingers Concert

11:30 Brobdignagian Bards Concert 1:00 Kilt Blowing with Jennie Breeden

Tom Smith Concert

An Hour with Voltaire Fetish Inspired Costuming

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Saturday, August 31, 2013 Sat 8/30 M103-M105 (M) (CSTM)

10:00 A

11:30 A Anime Makeup

1:00 P Advanced Sewing Techniques

2:30 P Meet the Winners of the Costume Contest

4:00 P Patterning Part 2: Draping

M106-M107 (M) (X)

5:30 P Fairie Wing Crafting

7:00 P

10:00 P

Once Upon Its Second Season

Person of Interest: Fiction or Fact? Sidekicks: Hero Support or More?

8:30 P Dealer Costuming Fashion Show Happy 20th Anniversary, X-Files Person of Interest: Meeting of Minds

Travis Walton

30th Anniversary Super-spectacular

Girl Heroes of Sci-Fi TV and Film

Quickly Canceled SciFi TV Theater

Doctor Who: Past, Present, and Future

1:00 Brit Night at the Telly: Middle Doctors

M301-M302 (M) (AMSF)

GoT: Red Wedding Tears

Beauty and the Beast: Not the Same Old Fairy Tale

Nerd Comedy

M303-M304 (M) (CLSF)

Super-vehicle Showdown!

Hall of 40th Anniversary Justice

Action Figures & Toys Lone Ranger: 80 Years Earth Station One From 1970s to 1990s of Thrilling Days Goes Classic Sci-Fi

Match Game in the 25th Century

BG: 35th Yahren Celebration

Macon (S) (BRIT)

British Horror

Skyfall: Final Verdict

British Audios

British Literature

Doctor Who Universe Orphan Black Author Round Table

Offsite Parade P’tree Ballroom A-F (W) (MAIN)

Living and Dying in 3/4 Time

Doctor Who Canon

Continuum: Making the Future

British Costuming Pageant

12th Annual Dragon Con Parade The Inaugural Airship An Hour with Sherrilyn Guests of the Races! Kenyon Whedonverse Sabuti Musashi Q&A

Modular Origami for Beginners

Spellbound: The Use of Magic in Urban Fantasy

Crossed Swords!

Fraggles: Media Meet and Greet

Tailchaser's Song: Behind-the-Scenes Sneak Peek

Fraggles: Meet and Greet

Regency VI-VII (Hyt) (MAIN)

Mighty Men of Fantasy and SF

Paging Dr. Venture

Down in Fraggle Rock

Grimm Guests Talk About

Roswell (Hyt)

Reading: Clay and Susan Griffith

Reading: Delilah S. Dawson

Reading: J. K. Spendlove & B. Young The Carmilla Legacy Prize Money for Tech Solutions

Reading: Chris A. Jackson

Roswell 1-2 (W) (HT) Savannah 1-3 (S) (ROBOT)

Makerspaces

Skyline-10th Floor (M)

SG-1 Reunion

Falun Gong

Regency V (Hyt) (MAIN)

Bringing Robots to a Fistfight

Walk with Me: The Dr. Horrible Picture Walking Dead Cast Show Q&A Chinese Belly Dance Movie (2.5 Hrs)

TOR to Come

Buffy Horror Picture Show Adult Origami

Dragon Con Guest of Honor Awards Banquet (2.5 Hrs)

Music Video Terrorvision Mini Sumo

J-Horror (2.5 Hrs)

The Kings of Cosplay Comedy with Chris Gore (2.5 Hrs)

Reading: Jef Murray

12:00 Dragon Con Burlesque (2.5 Hrs) Friends of Bill W. (2.5 Hrs)

21st Century Cthulhu

Race of the Tauntauns/Pod Race

Learning Center (Hyt) (FILM)

Festival Screening: Superheros & Supervilians

Festival Screening: FANomenon

Festival Screening: Fantasy

Festival Screening: Are Web Series the New The Darkly Lyrical, Short Films? Dieselpunk Visions of Tom Van Avermaet

University (Hyt) (READ)

Reading: Will Aymerich

Reading: Bobby Nash

Reading: David Harmer

Reading: Milton J Davis

Valdosta (S)

Medical Condition or Paranormal Problem? Reading: Widgett Walls (Un)Dead and Looking Good

The Paranormal Illusionist Reading: Kevin R. Grazier What the Heck is Zombie Squad?

Paranormal Excavation:N. Carolina Reading: Mercedes Lackey & Larry Dixon Read All About It: Zombies in the Media

The Issue with the Evidence Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading (2.5 Hrs)

Vinings 1-2 (W) (AR)

The Following Fan Discussion Sexing Up History

Dragon Con Night at the Aquarium (2.5 Hrs)

Piedmont (Hyt) (SILK)

Vinings (Hyt) (READ)

11:30 P

Festival Screening: Comedy Tonight

Festival Screening: Animation Block 1-Sci-Fi, Monsters, & Mayhem

Festival Screening: Horror Comedy

11:30 Festival: Murderers/Serial Killers; 1:00 Feature Screening: A Plague So Pleasant (2.5 Hrs)

Reading: E. C. Myers

Tactical First Aid with Hollywoodocalypse Omega Tac Unit

Danger Woman! (2.5 Hrs) Zombie 601: Which Zombie Are You?

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Sunday, September 1, 2013 Sun 9/1

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P

2:30 P

4:00 P

5:30 P

201 (Hil) (EFF)

Cell Phone Surveillance

Copyright 101

Kryptos and Other Famous Unsolved Codes

CISPA Revived and FBI 'Wiretap Ready' Proposals

Social Media and Data Brokers

Click-thru Nexus (Online Sales Tax)

202 (Hil) (SCI)

Doctor Geek's Lab Presents Science from Fiction!

203 (Hil) (POD)

What the Cast Live!

204-207 (Hil) (SKEP)

Skepticism and Critical Thinking in the Classroom Sun Cycles

309-310 (Hil) (SPACE)

311-312 (Hil) (WKS) A601-A602 (M) (MAIN)

A704 (M) (PT)

Disasterpiece Theatre RevolutionSF’s RevCast Live Why Skepticism Weird Mysteries: Matters Applying Science to the Paranormal 10 (or so) Amazing Launching is Easy! It's Facts About Our Solar Getting to Launch System That's Really Hard

7:00 P

Earth Station One Live Ladies of Leet at Dragon Con Creationism and The Brilliant Scam of Intelligent Design Religion in Politics

From Science Fiction to Reality

Ben Radford Scientific Investigation Workshop (2.5 Hrs) Asian Americans in Farscape Reunion: Prop Gadgetry Entertainment: Film and Watching the Beacon TV

Tai Chi Workshop

Human Guinea Pigs (2.5 Hrs)

FRED Entertainment Presents Yet Another Panel About Dr. Who

Phineas & Ferb, Come to Danville

Robert Allsop: the Man and With Special Guest His Creations Live: Anime Voice Actors

Puppets with a Purpose: Puppets, Pixels, and No Strings International Portals: The Work of Karen Prell

The Work of Kathryn Mullen

Puppetry for TV and Film: Workshop

Gerald the Giraffe

Where are the Women and Minorities in SW?

A707 (M) (YA)

Star Wars Trivia Contest From Page to Screen

Coming Soon: New YA Legions of Vampires in YA Read-a-Likes

Mars: Our Ever-changing Understanding of the Red Planet

Talking Science and Critical Thinking Online To Land and Rove or Fly and Spy

Here We Go Probing the Solar System

A706 (M) (SW)

10:00 P

10 Rules for Dealing with Police Encounters

Pronoun Hell: Who Did What with Whom for How Many Cookies?

DIY Science: Get Your Why Everything You Know Replicators and Science On! About Quantum Mechanics Soylent Green Is Wrong

You Can't Get There From Here

Puppet IMPROV! for KIDS!

8:30 P

So You Want to Be a Puppeteer

DIY Science: Hacking 201--the Science Track Version (4 Hrs)

Limits of Skepticism

American Freethought LIVE!

Storms and Vortices

Secret Lives of Moons

The Magic Puppet Tea Party

Zahn, Stackpole, and Farewell Clone Wars, Technology of SW Allston: Conspiring For Fun Hello Rebels Warfare and Profit YA Lit Costume Contest

Geek Parents Unite!

Athens (S) (TREK)

Trek Trivia: DS9

Atlanta (S) Atlanta Ballroom (W)

Illusions of the Passed Illusions of the Passed Monsters, Masks, and Dark Shadows: The Whedonverse Costume LearningTown: The Stories with Uncle George Make-Up Legacy Contest Webseries: The Panel

Solve This: Live!

GoT: Winter is Coming

Arrow: Bullseye!

World Record Attempt: Star Trek Costumes! (2.5 Hrs)

Cyberpunk: Alternate History or Real History?

Augusta (S) (PN)

Paranormal? Or Not...

Augusta 1-2 (W) (ALT)

Retrofuture Writings: Worldbuilding and Publishing

Automatons and Octopi: The Work of Doktor A and Brian Kesinger

Augusta 3 (W) (ALT)

The Science of Airships

Alt. History The Noble Razor Costuming III: Shaving Practicum Regency and Colonial

PullOut-48

An Hour with Olivia Olson

Theme Song Sing A Long

Costuming

True Blood

11:30 Voyager Asked, Cassini Answered 12:30 Live Astronomy (4 Hrs)

Adult Themes in Sci-fi (2.5 Hrs)

A708 (M) (KT)

Atrium Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

11:30 P

Movie Night (5.5 Hrs)

Bionic Ever After: Lindsay Wagner and Lee Majors

A Look at 50 Years of Two Mighty Dwarves Doctor Who with Two Doctors!

Explorations Into ESP

Paranormal Research 101

The Desperate Steampunk

Vintage Tomorrows Screening

The Art of Adapting Characters for Alt. History Costuming

Tesla and Edison: The Great Debate

Rococo & Nerf: The XYZ-Punk Effect

Around the World in 80 Minutes: Steampunk Multiculturalism

Women in Alternate History

12:00 Angelspit 1:30 Calabrese

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Sunday, September 1, 2013 Sun 9/1

10:00 A

Baker (Hyt) (FILK)

11:30 A

2:30 P

4:00 P

Name That Tune with Workshop: Music Andrew McKee Business with Marc Gunn

1:00 P

Instafilk Part Deux!

Workshop: How to Record, Mix, and Master Your Music

5:30 P

King of the Hill Voice Actors

FUNimation Anime Sneak Peaks and Prizes

Previewing The Desolation of Smaug

Futurama Voice Acting Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (Revisited)

Centennial II-III (Hyt) (MAIN)

9:00 The Dragon Con Late Show (30 Mins) 10:00 BSG: C.I.C. Conference

WH13: Characters and the Warehouse

An Hour with George Takei

When Stargate Worlds Defiance Collide

1:00 Beth Patterson (30 Mins) 2:00 The Gekkos (30 Mins)

3:00 Grandpa's Cough 4:00 Bonaventure Medicine (30 Mins) Quartet (30 Mins) 5:00 Unwoman (30 Mins)

6:30 Curtis Eller's American Circus

Anime History in Japan

Courtland (Hyt) (ANIME)

Operation Anime Storm

Crystal Ballroom (Hil) (MAIN)

The Science of 'Falling Skies'

Dunwoody (Hyt) (TOON) Edgewood (Hyt) (READ)

Reading: L. M. Davis

Embassy AB (Hyt) (SFL)

Titan, Wizard, and Demon

Embassy C (Hyt) (FL)

The Dragonman Rides: An Hour with Todd McCaffrey Secrets of Editors and Agents

Embassy D-F (Hyt) (WRIT) Fairlie (Hyt) (FILM)

12:00 Voltaire! 1:30 Cr端xshadows

7:30 Beth Patterson (30 Mins)

9:00 Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands

10:30 Unwoman

Anime vs Live Action

Cold Reading for Anime Workshop

Horrible Hollywood Adaptions of Anime

TSR

NeedCoffee.com vs the Whoniverse

Down and Dirty DIY Science: Hacking TWiT--NSFW LIVE! Marketing for Authors the Atom!

TMNT Fan Panel

Muppet Babies

Reading: Elizabeth Donald Fandom Then and Now

TV Animation Production Reading: Robert J. Sawyer

Borrowing The Women of Spellbooks: Writing in Westeros Someone Else's World Okay, You Sold It. Now What? Restore Remaster How NOT to Make a Release Repeat Movie: Filmmaking Horror Stories Doctor Who Universe: Characters and Companions Actors of Mass Effect Adrian Paul: Prince of the Universe

Two Righteous Bros

Grand Ballroom West (Hil) (MAIN)

Ernie Hudson: The Real The Syfy Paranormal Ghostbuster Guest Panel High Level Gaming

Reading: Cinda Williams Chima An Hour with Gene Wolfe

Venture Brothers Fan Panel Reading: M. B. Weston

Why Men Should Friggin' Love Fantasy Literature Guns--Lots of Guns

Welcome to My World

The Gamers

Legal Triage for the Filmmaker

Ms. Star Trek Universe Contest (2.5 Hrs)

The Makeup Makeover Meet the Contestants Challenge of Face Off

Oh Puh-leaze! Squidward Tentacles

Power Up with the Green Ranger!

Time Lord Fest with the Ken Spivey Band

OUaT: Happily Ever After

Continuum: Time Loops

Ack! TPK!

Nazi Cults and Other Weirdness

The Art of LARP Weaponry Elder Scrolls MMO: Behind the Scenes

Console Wars: PS4 vs Xbox One vs ?

BDSM 201 (2.5 Hrs)

Swimcast Dos

Reading: Kevin J. Anderson Showcase: Michael Z. Williamson

A Diversity of Dragons

11:30 P

12:00 Drum Circle (4 Hrs)

Acting for TV, Games, and Animation

Grand Ballroom East (Hil)

Join the Video Game Industry!

Masquerade (2.5 Hrs)

Godzilla: A Retrospective

William Shatner

Grand Salon D (Hil) (VGT)

10:00 P

DIY Science: Cooking How It All Began: Worlds for Family World of Darkness Science Edition

Grand Ballroom A-F (S) (MAIN)

Grand Salon C (Hil) (GAME)

8:30 P

Foot Pound Force Concert!

Centennial I (Hyt) (MAIN)

Concourse (Hyt) (CONC)

7:00 P

So the Future Happens...and it Sucks Live Music: Emerald Rose

Teaching Science Fiction

Showcase: S.M. Stirling

Seriously Funny Ways Hey, Hollywood! Tripping the Light to Get Rejected Here's My Screenplay Fantastic Ask the Experts: Advice for Filmmakers Yule Ball (5.5 Hrs)

World of Warcraft: Darkmoon Faire (2.5 Hrs)

The Sex Geeks: Nerd Love

Spartacus: Duality of Their Kind

The Kings of Cosplay Comedy with Chris Gore

Kinky Sex Makes the World Go 'Round

Monster Creation Lab

Bearing the Torch

The Science of Dice

Animating Portal's Wheatley

Saints Row 4!?! ZOMGWTFBBQ!

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Sunday, September 1, 2013 Sun 9/1

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P

2:30 P

4:00 P

Grand Salon E (Hil) (MMO)

Kid Friendly MMOs

Machinima (4 Hrs)

Seminar 11: Writing a Successful Series

Economics of Free-toPlay Gaming Seminar 13: Tools for the Editor in Us All

Dragon's Prophet

Hanover AB (Hyt) (WKS)

Guild Events: Going Beyond Raiding Seminar 12: Plotting

Seminar 14: Talk to Me: Dialogue

Seminar 15: Unclogging Your Plot

Hanover C-E (Hyt) (MAIN)

Dragon Con Charity Auction (4 Hrs)

Hanover F (Hyt) (COMICS)

8:30 Literary Sources When Marvel Was for Comics Timely 10:00 Let’s Make a Character Demo: Painting in Watercolor (2.5 Hrs)

Hanover G (Hyt) (ART)

Imperial Ballroom (M) (MAIN) Brothers and Sisters: The Barrowmans on Books Inman (Hyt) (ARM)

Intl. BC (W) (UF)

It's Morphin' Time!

7:00 P

8:30 P

Making Beautiful and Functional Leathercraft

11:30 P

Leather Sculpting and Dyeing

Don S. Davis Memorial Charity Auction (2.5 Hrs)

Fandom Music Video Awards

Hulk

Inside the Artist Studio: Jimmy Pamiotti

Aspen Comics Anniversary

Mighty Marvel

The Superhero Ideal

The Art of Chainmail with Dave Cain

Art Show Jury Discussion

Photoshop: The Transformation of Fantastic Art

Time of the Faeries

Digital Imagery for the Self-taught and Technically-impaired

SW Costume Contest

Smallville: Save Me!

Meet the Stars of Star Voice Acting from the Pros Wars

Blood Light: The Use of Humor in Urban Fantasy The Zeppo Group Watch Archaeology of Stargate Autograph Sessions

Intl. F-H (W) (SGM)

SG Writers Unite!

Intl. Hall South (M) (AUTO)

Autograph Sessions

Intl. North (Hyt) (MAIN)

8:30Robot BattlesTM: Microbattles Safety/ Check-in 10:00 Robot BattlesTM: Microbattles

FMVA Videos

Comics Through a Socio-political Lens

That Old Black Magic Overflow Viewing for Masquerade (2.5 Hrs)

Beyond Grimm and Monster to Lover: Mystic Falls Campbell: Folklore, Fairy Vampire Variations in Confidential: The Tales, and Mythology in UF Urban Fantasy Vampire Diaries Fan Panel Buffy Season 9/Angel The Whiteboard in the and Faith Woods

Return of: Where are They Now? Autograph Sessions

Intl. South (Hyt) (MAIN)

Family in the Buffyverse

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Using the Arms & Hands in Belly Dance w/Phoenicia

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

The Blibbering Humdingers Tom Smith Concert

The Gamers: "Natural Silencers, Suppressor, Sabutai Musashi: Ninkage- Pinky and the Brain One" and "Humans and or Sound Moderators ryu Demo Households"

Are you a 'Big Bad?'

The Gekkos

Filk, Brobdignagian Bards

American Ninja Warrior Q&A

Mines, Boobytraps, and IEDs (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Lansky Sharpeners: The Cutting Edge (30 Mins)

BLADES (Docent Tour) Lansky Sharpeners: The Tool of the Archer (30 Mins) The Cutting Edge (30 (Docent Tour) (30 Mins) Mins)

Body Armor: Medieval to Modern (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

L401-L403 (M) (TOLK)

Inspired by Tolkien

Thorin Oakenshield in Book and Film

A Visual Journey Through Middle-earth

Hobbit Drinking Songs!

Middle-earth Fan Films

M103-M105 (M) (CSTM)

From Costuming Casual Costume and Makeup Ethics in Cosplay to Costume McGyver Concept Sketching for Non Artists

Worbia, Wonderflex, and Fosshape

Titans: Large Scale Costumes

Aragorn Loves Arwen (And Frodo Knows Why!) Patterning Part 3: Drafting

Spotlight on Leather

Violence in Urban Fantasy: How Much is Too Much?

The Power to Lead

Kennesaw (Hyt) (ARM)

PullOut-50

10:00 P

MMO Trivia (2.5 Hrs)

Submachine Guns: A Handful of Serious Firepower (Docent Tour) (30 Mins)

Ethnic and Racial Diversity in UF Protagonists

Intl. DE (W) (WU)

5:30 P

Dub Your Own Hentai

The Hug That Keeps on Giving: Corsetry

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Sunday, September 1, 2013 Sun 9/1

10:00 A

11:30 A

M106-M107 (M) (X)

1:00 P

2:30 P

WH13 Fan Panel

M301-M302 (M) (AMSF)

Under the Dome: The Mystery Under Glass

M303-M304 (M) (CLSF)

Rock Me, Dr. Zaius: 45 Years on Planet of the Apes

Macon (S) (BRIT)

4:00 P

5:30 P

7:00 P

Lost: Um, So We Figured THAT Out...Finally

Pimp Your Show

Orphan Black Fan Discussion

Arrow: A Hero on Target

8:30 P

10:00 P

Beyond Sharknado: Cheesy B Movies are Back

Me and My AI

Twilight Zone: Serving Man Since 1959

In Search of Believe It or Not: Sci-Fi Mystery TV

Gerry Anderson Remembered

Stump The Geeks

Masters of the Universe: 30 Years of the Power

GI Joe Anniversary: Celebrating Is Half the Battle

1983: Geek-a-Mania in TV and Movies

Zombie Night

Doctor Who: Origins

Brit Pop

The Man, the Myth, the Legend: Neil Gaiman

The World's End and the Cornetto Trilogy

Law and Order UK: The Evolution of British Crime

Goodbye Merlin

Red Dwarf X

British Zombies: In the Flesh and Other Greats

The Mighty Boosh

P’tree Ballroom A-F (W) (MAIN)

Buffy Guest Panel

Lost Girl

Dollhouse Panel

Vampires and the Women Who Write Them

An Hour with Jim Butcher

Piedmont (Hyt) (SILK)

Maedeup

Hallyu: K-Drama

Chinese Folklore

Orientalism: Facts & Fictions

Japanese Street Fashion

Regency V (Hyt) (MAIN)

Youngling Saber School

Father Knows Best: Dads in Harry Potter

Why Actors Choose the Baen Travelling Show Roles They Choose and Prize Patrol!

Regency VI-VII (Hyt) (MAIN)

Grimm: Why'd They Do That?

First Ladies of Fantasy Fiction

An Hour with Larry Niven

Fringe: Your Questions The Logic of Magic Answered

Reading: Ricardo Bare

Reading: Van Allen Plexico

Reading: Georgia McBride

Reading: Jeanne C. Stein & Samantha Sommersby

The Jersey Devil

Psycho: A Boy’s Best Friend is His Mother

Pool (S)

Gameshow of Thrones! Season 2 (2.5 Hrs)

Brit Night at the Telly: The Recent Doctors

6:00 Secretroom.net presents: A Gothic Vampire Pool Soiree (4 Hrs)

Roswell (Hyt)

Roswell 1-2 (W) (HT) Savannah 1-3 (S) (ROBOT)

Undersea Robots

Learning Center (Hyt) (FILM)

Festival Screening: Puppet Time

Festival Screening: Animation Block 2-Fantasies & Folk Tales

University (Hyt) (READ)

Reading: Sonia Gensler

Reading: Leanna Renee Hieber

Valdosta (S)

Medical aspects of Paranormal Paranormal investigating Excavation: South Carolina

Vinings (Hyt) (READ) Vinings 1-2 (W) (AR)

11:30 P

Bill Corbett's SuperPowered Revenge Christmas

Power Wheels Build Animatronics in Presentation and Show Hollywood

Independent Animation Festival Screening: Cyberpunk, Clones, & Twisted Identity (2.5 Hrs)

Reading: D.B.Jackson aka David B. Coe

All That Matters: The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

Mechanical Masquerade: The Retropolis (5.5 Hrs)

Sabuti Musashi Q&A 2013 Parsec Awards (2.5 Hrs)

ARTC Presents: War of the Worlds: The Untold Story

The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2.5 Hrs)

Chinese Odyssey 2002

Creature Karaoke (2.5 Hrs)

Gonzo Quiz Show IV: The Quest for Quiz (2.5 Hrs)

11:30 The Late Night Puppet Slam: TECH (30 Mins) 12:00 The Late Night Puppet Slam (2.5 Hrs)

Friends of Bill W. (2.5 Hrs)

Cthulhu Mythos 101

Richard Matheson: Legend

Devil in the Details

Festival Screening: Dark Fantasy (2.5 Hrs)

Festival Screening: Twisted Tales

Electric Vehicles Festival Screening: Documentary Shorts

11:30 Festival Screening: Horror 1:00 Feature Screening (2.5 Hrs)

Reading: Faith Hunter

The Walton Experience UFO Conspiracies

Reading: S. Dennard & Reading: Jana Oliver S. J. Maas Crazy Free: Survival Guide

Z*Con: A Crowd Funded Zombie Film for Charity

Ten Years Later

Get Out Alive

Defiance: A Town Without Pity

It's the End of the World, Do You Know It?

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Monday, September 2, 2013 Mon 9/2

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P

2:30 P

201 (Hil) (EFF)

Drones: Privacy and Local Enforcement

P2P Litigation and Prenda Law

Kirk's Communicator: Where Should I Submit?

Game Jams: How to Make a Game in 48 Hours Wrap-Up and Comments (30 Mins)

4:00 P

202 (Hil) (SCI)

Helping Your Young Evil Genius Dominate the Science Fair

203 (Hil) (POD)

Advanced Audio Production

204-207 (Hil) (SKEP)

Kids in Poly Families

309-310 (Hil) (SPACE)

9:30 NASA MAKE: Kid's Work(Fun)shop (2 Hrs)

311-312 (Hil) (WKS)

Tai Chi Workshop

Gravitational Wave Detectors vs Furries Whatever Happened to 'The Six Million Dollar Man?'

Transhumanist Open Discussion: Better Living Through Technology!

Streaming Podcasts

Podcasting Your Music

Pub Songs Podcast Live!

Podcasting Track Sign Off

Martin Gardner: Skeptic Supreme

Pseudolaw

IIG Paranormal Challenge Demo

Wrap-Up and Feedback

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Cassini Where Have the Great Space and Then Some! Observatories Gone?

Every Decision Gives Birth in the Multiverse!

Cratering the Moon Landing Hoax

A601-A602 (M) (MAIN)

An Hour with Jeremy Shada

Sherlock

Doctor Who 2014 and Beyond

A704 (M) (PT)

Puppets on a Budget

Puppetry and Evil

Busking and Street Performing

A706 (M) (SW)

William Shakespeare's Star Wars: Verily, a New Hope

Anakin's Fall & Order 66

How Important is Continuity?

A707 (M) (YA)

Sidekicks in YA

Stuck in the Middle

Post Mortem

A708 (M) (KT)

Track Wrap

Athens (S) (TREK)

Treknologies Within Our World

Atlanta Ballroom (W)

Costuming the Experience

Arrow: Vigilante Justice

Smallville: Metropolis and Beyond

BSG: What Do You hear?

Augusta (S) (PN)

Paranormal Excavation: South Carolina

Paranormal Witness: Alien Abduction

Paranormal Experiences

Augusta 1-2 (W) (ALT)

State of Steampunk Literature

Alt. History Costuming IV: The Great Wars

Alternate History Retrospective: A Podcast Mega-show Finale (2.5 Hrs)

Augusta 3 (W) (ALT)

Young Adult Alternate History

Social Steam: Steampunk, Social Media, and Regional Communities

Baker (Hyt) (FILK)

Performers in the Round

Lessons Learned Panel

Centennial I (Hyt) (MAIN)

Pinky and the Brain

Ask Me Anything!

Voice Acting from the Pros

Centennial II-III (Hyt) (MAIN)

9:00 The Dragon Con Late Show (30 Mins) 10:00 Hobbit Guests Talk Tolkien

Defiance

Concourse (Hyt) (CONC) Courtland (Hyt) (ANIME) David Warner

Dunwoody (Hyt) (TOON)

12:00 Tom Smith (30 Mins)

1:00 Eller's American Circus (30 Mins) 2:00 Emerald Rose (30 Mins)

Subs vs. Dubs: The Showdown

How to Run a Convention

Track Q&A

Win, Lose, or Draw

How to Be an SF Scholar?

The End

Writing Hard SF: Can You?

Writers Roundtable

The Future of Fantastic Fiction

NGSS and STEM: Educational Standards 90s Cartoon Showcase

Embassy AB (Hyt) (SFL)

Time and the Novel

Embassy C (Hyt) (FL)

When Fantasy Isn't (But It Is) (But It Isn't)

Dead Dragon Party

Embassy D-F (Hyt) (WRIT)

Characters Who People Your Books

Jeepers Creepers: WTF is Lurking Out There?

Fairlie (Hyt) (FILM)

Editing for Story

Filmmaking Basics and Beyond: Directing

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Closing with Peter David

Lost Girl

Atrium Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

(MAIN) Ballroom (Hil)

Order 66/Closing

Social Media and Filmmaking

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Monday, September 2, 2013 Mon 9/2

10:00 A

11:30 A

1:00 P

Grand Ballroom A-F (S) (MAIN)

Inside the Actor's Gaffe: Peter Davison

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine(2)

Live Video Commentary with Sylvester McCoy

2:30 P

4:00 P

Grand Ballroom East (Hil)

Grimm: So Long and Thanks for All the Wesen!

The SyFy Guest Paranormal Panel

All the Voices of Roger Bumpass

D&D Trivia

Worst. Gaming. Story. Ever.

HEX, the MMO Card Game: PvE Design

Writing for Videogames

Brand New Old School RPGs: Eternity, Torment, Wasteland 2

Join the Video Game Industry!

Guild Management 101

Raid Leadership Secrets of Atilla the Hun

Post MMOrtem: Survivor's Gathering

Live Portrait Painting Demo

The Working Artist

Paper Mache Sculpture Demonstration

Grand Ballroom West (Hil) (MAIN) So Long and Thanks, Mitch Pileggi Grand Salon C (Hil) (GAME) Grand Salon D (Hil) (VGT)

Art of Video Games

Grand Salon E (Hil) (MMO) Hanover AB (Hyt) (WKS)

Beading 101

Hanover C-E (Hyt) (MAIN) Hanover F (Hyt) (COMICS)

2014 Song of Ice and Fire Calendar Art

Girls Rule!

Doktor A’s Toybox

Teaching Multimodal Literacy with Comics

Hanover G (Hyt) (ART)

Traditional Painting Techniques

How to Construct a Great Image

The Genius, the Daemon, & the Artist

Painting Ball-joint Dolls

Imperial Ballroom (M) (MAIN)

May the Power Protect You

WH13: So Long and Thanks for All the Teslas

Intl. BC (W) (UF)

Page-turners: Mystery and Suspense in Urban Fantasy

The Fae: Friend or Foe?

Breaking Free: A Teen Wolf Fan Panel

Intl. DE (W) (WU)

Creating Stained Glass–style Illustrations

How'd We Do?

Intl. F-H (W) (SGM)

The Staff Weapon: Martial Masculinity in Stargate

Religion as Mythos in Stargate Autograph Sessions

Intl. Hall South (M) (AUTO)

Autograph Sessions

Autograph Sessions

Intl. North (Hyt) (MAIN)

Anime Voice Actors

Introduction to Belly Dance w/ Phoenicia

L401-L403 (M) (TOLK) M103-M105 (M) (CSTM)

Photographing Your Collection

Art Show Voice Auction (4 Hrs)

Chainmaille: From Wire to Weave

Goodbye—Into the West

ARTC: Scouring of the Shire

New Zealand is Middle-earth

Basement Biz

Leather Dos and Don'ts

Beyond Dress Up: Costuming as a Lifestyle

Shows to Watch as a Family

Make the Bad Men Stop, Sequelerest

Snack Counter: Medium or Large?

Track FeedBack

GoT Religions: We Want You for the Red God!

M303-M304 (M) (CLSF)

Farscape Fan-Gathering

Ray Harryhausen Remembered

Sci-Fi Classic Track Theater

Macon (S) (BRIT)

Brit Fans on the Net: Podcast Round Table

Blake's 7 and other Brit TV SF Classics

The Worlds of Terry Pratchett

P’tree Ballroom A-F (W) (MAIN)

5th Annual Hangover Panel!!

Whedonverse Guest Panel

The Walking Dead Cast Q&A

Piedmont (Hyt) (SILK)

Lolita Breakfast

Godzilla Theater 3000 (2.5 Hrs)

Regency V (Hyt) (MAIN)

Film Festival Filmmaker Discussion (2.5 Hrs)

Regency VI-VII (Hyt) (MAIN)

Robot BattlesTM: Safety and Check-in

Roswell 1-2 (W) (HT)

So Long, and Farewell

Tolkien and the U.K.

M106-M107 (M) (X) M301-M302 (M) (AMSF)

Real vs. Reel Military in Science Fiction

Brit TV: You Should Be Watching Eastern Lit

Film Festival Awards Ceremony Robot BattlesTM: Competition (4 Hrs) Books of Dark Shadows

Learning Center (Hyt) (FILM)

Comic Book Quick Sketch Contest

Valdosta (S)

UFO Propulsion Systems

The Paranormal Illusionist

Vinings 1-2 (W) (AR)

The Disaster Arsenal

Revolution: When the Lights Go Out

American Horror Story: Autopsy

The Horror Will Be Televised Screening: Requests & Award Winners

Festival Closing

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Dragon Con TV Broadcast Schedule Friday, August 30

Saturday, August 31

9:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Live

9:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Live

Sunday, September 1

9:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Live

Monday, September 2

9:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Live

10:00 am True Blood Live

10:00 am Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Rebroadcast

10:00 am BSG: C.I.C. Conference Live

11:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Rebroadcast

11:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Rebroadcast

11:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show Rebroadcast

11:30 am BSG: Is the War Over? Live

11:30 am Two Half Men and a Wizard Live

11:00 am The Dragon Con Late Show

1:00 pm Hobbit Heroes and Villains Live

2:30 pm Richard Dean Anderson Live

1:00 pm An Hour with George Takei Live

11:30 am Defiance

1:00 pm Spartacus: Gladiators Vengeance Live

11:30 am WH13: Characters and the Warehouse Live

4:00 pm John Barrowman Live! Rebroadcast

2:30 pm An Hour with Larry Niven Live

4:00 pm BSG: The Ragtag Fleet Live

2:30 pm M5: Blowing Stuff Up for Science! Rebroadcast

4:00 pm Welcome Fringe! Rebroadcast

10:00 am Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Rebroadcast

Rebroadcast

Live

2:00 pm Off Air Zombified X_X grrr...argh...

5:30 pm Spotlight on Lucy Lawless Rebroadcast

7:00 pm Torchwood Rebroadcast

7:00 pm William Shatner Rebroadcast

8:00 pm The 2013 Dragon Con Parade Rebroadcast

5:30 pm GoT: Winter is Coming Rebroadcast

6:30 pm Arrow: Bullseye! Rebroadcast

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8:00 pm Masquerade: Dragon ConTV Pre-Show Live

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8:30 pm The 2013 Dragon Con Masquerade Live

8:00 pm Sulu Solo Rebroadcast

11:00 pm Friday Night Costuming Contest Rebroadcast

11:00 pm “Page to Stage” Comic Book Pageant Rebroadcast BRAND NEW

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11:00 pm The 2013 Dragon Con Masquerade Rebroadcast

DC*TV Channel Lists

Hilton Atlanta...........................3/65 Sheraton Atlanta..........................72 Westin Peachtree Hotel................49

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Film Festival Schedule: Hyatt Regency, Learning Center FRIDAY, August 30 Feature: Puppets vs zombies, 10:00 am (2.5 hrs)

• With Paper Hands (11 min): Explore the artistry of the Paperhand Puppet Intervention. • Misfit Heights (98 min): A zombie puppet musical! Fantasy: Time and Mind Travel 2:30 PM (1 hr)

• Antoine and the Heroes (20 min): Antoine comes of age via ‘70s exploitation movies. • Rose, Mary, and Time (38 min): A man travels in time to save his true love. Musicals (RM: Hanover C–E) 4:00 PM (1 hr)

• Magic the Gathering the Musical (27 min): Finally, singing puppets and MtG, together. • Miracle on Metal Street (14 min): An artist is visited by a singing and dancing demon. • Poison Apple (9 min): Snow White told from the point of view of the poison apple. • Shtarkers: Tough Guys (7 min): A Jewish gangster musical.

Sci-Fi Action & Comedy 5:30 PM (1 hr)

• Brand Expanders—Vaderade (7 min): Ad executives versus Darth Vader. • Karl of the Future (9 min): Karl is the janitor of Earth’s grandest star-ship. • Posthuman (6 min): An adrenalized future of espionage and super science. • Red Sand: A Mass Effect Fan Film (14 min): A prequel to Mass Effect. • The Storm (13 min): A remote arctic station is overrun by its own monstrous experiment. • Voyage Trekkers (8 min): The worst crew in the galaxy go on another mission. Feature: Sci-Fi Cult Thriller 8:30 PM (2.5 hrs)

• Freeze (4 min): It’s chase or be chased through the urban jungle. • The Human Race (87 min): If you are lapped, you die. Race...or die. • Zombies! (1 hr) 11:30PM • Dead of Winter (8 min): A teenager clings to normal life after the apocalypse.

• The League of S.T.E.A.M.—Dead End (7 min): The team is lured into a deadly trap. • The Quirk and the Dead (16 min): Love and Zombies in PostApocalyptic America. • The Zombie Lawyer Commercials (6 min): The dead have legal rights. • Zombie Socks—The Undead Hunter (5 min): To rent zombies, you have to catch them. • Zombie Socks—Undead Rental Zombie Staffing (9 min): So many uses for a zombie.

• The Gold Sparrow (13 min): In a B&W world, artists defend color from a villian. • Kill Switch (13 min): A dark and unique take on the traditional ‘origin story’. • The Legend of the Black Dragon (7 min): A crime fighting musical. • Little Man of Steel (10 min): Lois and Clark go condom-shopping. • Man of Steel Song (5 min): Wonder Woman mourns DC’s box office.

Late Night Thriller 1:00 AM (1 hr)

• FANomenon (50 min): A rural woman’s quest to meet her hero at a fan convention.

• Hide N Seek (49 min): A little girl plays hide-n-seek. A troubled man plays it for real.

SATURDAY, August 31 Superheros & Supervilians 11:30 AM (1 hr)

• “__” (Insert Superhero Name Here) (5min): Realistic superhero are not what you think. • Arkham Rising (5 min): Arkham Asylum during Bane’s control of Gotham City.

Feature Documentary 1:00 PM (1 hr)

Fantasy: Magic & Miracles and... a Cockroach with a Violin 2:30 PM (1 hr)

• The Brewmaster (15 min): Warriors in purgatory get a chance to relive their last fight. • Josephine and the Roach (15 min): A cockroach and the woman he loves. • Kundalini (8 min): Strange things happen to a couple who meditates too hard.

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• Miracle on Metal Street (14 min): An artist is visited by a singing and dancing demon. The Darkly lyrical, Dieselpunk visions of Tom Van Avermaet 4:00 PM (1 hr)

• Death of a Shadow (20 min): A deceased World War I soldier collects shadows. • Dreamtime (20 min): In a controlled world, a mysterious sandman spreads chaos. Comedy Tonight 7:00 PM (1 hr)

• Brand Expanders—Vaderade (7 min): Ad executives versus Darth Vader. • Freebird (6 min): Darlene wants out, and the robber who just broke in may be her way. • La Bear (12 min): A romantic meets La Bear, a friendly, wishgranting polar bear. • The League Of S.T.E.A.M.—Curses (5 min): The team deals with a secret curse. • The Robbery (4 min): Beware, beware the mimes! • Shelf Life (9 min): The misadventures of four action figures on a sadistic boy’s shelf.

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• Shtarkers: Tough Guys (7 min): A Jewish gangster musical. • Titanadon vs Mechamantis (9 min): A monster movie star is fused to his costume. Animation Block 1: Sci-Fi, Monsters, and Mayhem 8:30 PM (1 hr)

• Create (2 min): A young mad scientist sets out to create a pet monster. • Feral (13 min): A feral boy tries to adapt to civilization. • Riverside (3 min): A grieving widower decides to confront his dead bride. • Shotrocity (10 min): Meet novice sadist Jack Marbellous. • Supine: A Dream (7 min): A woman is abducted and taken deep underground. • There’s an Octopus in Your Head (7 min): A pancake master chats with Satan. • Transmission (5 min): In an apocalyptic wasteland, a creature discovers a radio signal. Horror Comedy 10:00 PM (1 hr)

• Killer Kart (15 min): A bloodsplattered aluminum nightmare. • Polterghost (7 min): A haunted man turns to a ghost exterminator.

• Til Death (20 min): Four married men agree to kill each other’s wives. • Witch’s Reign (3 min): A cat and mouse chase between a witch and a young priest. Murderers, Cannibals, and Serial Killers 11:30 PM (1 hr)

• Cold Turkey (14 min): A troubled teenager tries break his addiction to human flesh. • Franky and the Ant (9 min): A methodical, professional killer doen’t take betrayal well. • Girls Named Pinky (17 min): On a quiet night in a small town bar, he finds her... • The Meeting (16 min): The weekly meeting of Serial Killers Anonymous. Feature: The Zombie Post-Apocalypse 1:00 AM (2 hrs)

• A Plague So Pleasant (78 min): Romance in the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 Puppet Time 10:00 AM (1 hr)

• The Dark Companion (14 min): A puppet has an existential crisis. • With Paper Hands (11 min): Explore the artistry of the Paperhand Puppet Intervention. • Magic the Gathering the Musical (27 min): Finally, singing puppets and MtG, together. Animation Block 2: Fantasies and Folk Tales 11:30 AM (1 hr)

• Alice Through the Looking Glass (3 min): The ‘Alice’ stories using digital cut-outs. • The Cold Heart (29 min): A ‘Faustian’ story Gothic fairy-tale. • House of Monsters (7 min): A mummy tries to impress a special lady. • Little Red (3 min): Red seeks refuge from the wolf by entering a mysterious door. • The Rose of Turaida (6 min): A woman makes the ultimate sacrifice for love and honor. • Watercolors (4 min): An octopus with a magic paintbrush tries to create his masterpiece.

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Cyberpunk, Clones, & Twisted Identity 2:30 PM (2.5 hrs)

Dark Fantasy 7:00 PM (2.5 hrs)

• 113 Degrees (20 min): A fable of love, spaceships, and 113°. • A Conversation About Cheating With My Time Travelling Future Self (8 min) • Closing Session (5min): A man speaks to his briefly reanimated dead daughter. • Iris (6 min): In the near future, status is everything. • Restitution (13 min): To cope with a child’s death, a woman clones her son. • Revelation (9 min): A woman is trapped in a violent postapocalyptic nightmare. • Supervised (8 min): Lab techs desperately work to delay explosions in their brains. • Temma (18 min): A dying neuroprogrammer tries to finish a model of her own mind.

• The Dark (16 min): A lonely young monster encounters an abused boy. • Day of the Spectre (10 min): A widow attempts to bring her husband and son back. • Death of a Shadow (20 min): A deceased World War I soldier collects shadows. • The Plan (13 min): A decision manifested through the memories of a disturbed man. • The Root of the Problem (13 min): A housewife suspects the neighborhood dentist. • The Secret Keeper (11 min): The Secret Keeper cam seal away client’s gilt.

Documentaries 5:30 PM (1 hr)

• Hibakusha (45 min): An atomic bomb survivor revisits her experiences in Hiroshima. • Keye Luke (12 min): A look at legendary Asian American actor Keye Luke.

Twisted Comedies 10:00 PM (1 hr)

• Blue Division (13 min): Hitler’s desperate plan requires the men of the Blue Division • Christmas Eve Pet Massacre (7 min): Pets overthrow their abusive masters. • Fist of Jesus (15 min): Jesus is always willing to lend a hand, or a fist. • Objects of Desire (3 min): True love can be found with a sofa.

• The Road (5 min): A group of people help Karma along, having no idea where it will end. • Territorial (11 min): A person makes himself at home for a nice weekend. • Torturous (6 min): An encounter between an employment counselor and a torturer. • Unicorn Wizard (3 min): Comedy band NSP explores being even MORE awesome.

Feature: Sci-Fi Thriller 1:00 AM (2 hrs)

• +1 (97 min): Time disruptions at a college party lead to chaos and death.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 Award Winners/Audience Choice, 2:30 PM (1 hr)

Horror 11:30PM (1 hr)

• Apartment 15 (17 min): Living room, 2 large bedrooms, fear, and death. • Bait (10 min): A father uses his son as bait to rescue his wife from a cult. • Locked Up (9 min): Some things are best left undisturbed inside a storage locker. • She’s Having A Baby! (14 min): Jenny wants a baby, and she’ll do anything to get one. • Witchfinder (18 min): A community lives in fear of satanic evil within the dark forest.

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Walk of Fame: Guest Lists Liam McIntyre.................... 1 Manu Bennett..................... 2 Stephen Amell.................... 3 Janina Gavankar................. 4 Jim Parrack........................ 5 Rutina Wesley.................... 6 Kathryn Leigh Scott............. 7 Lara Parker......................... 7 Edward James Olmos.......... 8 Tahmoh Penikett................. 9 Kandyse McClure.............. 10 Lee Majors....................... 11 Lindsay Wagner................ 12 Silas Weir Mitchell............ 13 Claire Coffee..................... 14 Kathy Najimy................... 15 Phil LaMarr...................... 16 Kelly Hu........................... 17 Ioan Gruffudd................... 18 Laurie Holden................... 19 Scott Wilson..................... 20 Michael Rooker................. 21 Irone Singleton ................ 22 Chad Coleman.................. 23 Emily Kinney.................... 24 Steven Yeun..................... 25 Mitch Pileggi.................... 26 Linnea Quigley.................. 27 Robert Axelrod.................. 27 PullOut-58

Craig Sheffer.................... 28 Russell Cherrington........... 28 Nicholas Vince.................. 29 Doug Bradley.................... 30 Julian Sands..................... 31 Malcolm McDowell........... 32 Melissa Hutchison............. 33 Dave Fennoy.................... 33 Natalia Tena..................... 34 Daniel Logan.................... 35 Matt Wood....................... 35 Amy Acker....................... 36 Nicholas Brendon............. 37 Kristine Sutherland............ 38 Miracle Laurie ................. 39 Raphael Sbarge................ 40 Gigi Edgley....................... 41 Richard Epcar................... 42 Samantha Inoue-Harte....... 42 Paul Goddard................... 43 Anthony Simcoe................ 44 Josh Gates....................... 45 Erin Ryder........................ 45 Steve Gonsalves................ 46 Dave Tango...................... 46 Richard Hatch.................. 47 Herbert Jefferson, Jr. ........ 47 Bill Corbett....................... 48 James Urbaniak................ 48

Charlie Schlatter............... 49 Rodger Bumpass............... 49 George Lowe.................... 50 Garrett Wang.................... 50 Brian Markinson............... 51 Luvia Petersen.................. 52 Jennifer Spence................ 53 Alex Zahara...................... 54 Dan Payne....................... 54 John De Lancie................. 55 James Cosmo................... 56 John Levene..................... 57 Noel Clarke...................... 58 Carole E. Barrowman........ 59 John Barrowman.............. 60 Adrian Paul...................... 61 Ernie Hudson................... 62 Doug Jones...................... 63 Peter Shinkoda................. 64 Billy Dee Williams............. 65 Traci Lords....................... 66 Kris Holden-Ried............... 67 Zoie Palmer...................... 68 Paul Amos........................ 69 K.C. Collins...................... 70 Jasika Nicole.................... 71 Seth Gabel....................... 72 Michael Cerveris............... 73 Keegan Connor Tracy......... 74

Maurice LaMarche............ 75 Rob Paulsen..................... 75 Lauren Tom...................... 76 Olivia Olson...................... 77 Jeremy Shada................... 78 John DiMaggio................. 79 Louis Ferreira................... 80 Ona Grauer...................... 81 Karan Ashley.................... 82 Walter Jones.................... 82 Burn Gorman.................... 83 Gareth David Lloyd........... 84 Eve Myles........................ 85 James Marsters................ 86 Graham McTavish............. 87 William Kircher................. 88 Sylvester McCoy............... 89 Peter Davison................... 90 Jason David Frank............. 91 Mary Elizabeth McGlynn.... 93 Vic Mignogna................... 94 Allison Mack.................... 95 John Glover...................... 96 Laura Vandervoort............. 97 Eliza Dushku.................... 98 Rick Fox........................... 98 Ed Asner.......................... 99 CCH Pounder.................. 100 Genelle Williams............. 101

Eddie McClintock............ 102 Stephanie Leonidas......... 103 Jaime Murray................. 104 Grant Bowler.................. 105 Dominic Keating............. 106 Russell Hornsby.............. 107 Cirroc Lofton.................. 108 Avery Brooks.................. 109 Brent Spiner................... 110 Marina Sirtis................... 111 Michael Dorn.................. 112 Terry Farrell.................... 113 David Warner................. 114 George Takei................... 115 Tara Buck...................... 116 Kristin Bauer.................. 117 Lauren Bowles................ 118 Lou Ferrigno................... 119 Christopher Judge........... 120

Marriott Marquis International Level Rooms 4–10 (page 75)

Richard Dean Anderson Lucy Lawless Teryl Rothery William Shatner

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Walk of Fame: Marriott Marquis, Marquis Ballroom

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Dealer Tables Second Floor 258 West Authentic Signatures.......58–60 8th Day Anime.................................... 29 Aegis Steamcraft.............................. 201 Afterimages of Ghostfire.................... 181 Alchemy Arms.................................. 157 Anchor Group Publishing....................... 2 Android Sheep.................................. 244 Anime Palace................................27–28 Anime Remix.............................194–197 Aradani Studios.........................119–121 Arsenal Models..........................182–187 Art by Deanna Davoli.................230–232 Badali Jewelry Specialists...........249–251 Bast’s Garden...........................178–179 Beautiful Brains.........................223–224 Binarysoul Designs....................133–134 Binders Art Supplies..........................7–8 Black Wyrm Publishing..............137–140 Blade Daddy.............................135–136 Brick by Brick Design.................122–123 Captured Curls..........................199–200 Card Beams..................................... 226 Charmed Occasions Jewelry............... 236 Chimera Publishing........................90–93 Chris A. Jackson............................... 261 Clayhanded Art................................ 168 Combustion Books, LLC.................... 238 Commissioned Credentials LLC............ 75 Convention Exclusive.com..........147–148 Crafty Celts.....................................9–11 Crane’s Post, Inc.......................160–161 PullOut-60

Creativi-c Designs............................... 63 Crimson Chain Leatherworks......162–167 Deftoons Comics............................... 188 Diamond Star Halo........................... 229 Dimension Decals......................117–118 Discotek Media..............................22–24 Eclipse.....................................245–247 Fandom....................................257–260 Fantastic Visions Design...................... 54 Forbidden Knowledge........................ 248 Frederick’s Forge.......................210–211 Geeky Endeavors................................ 89 Genevieve Joyner Designs.................. 209 GinGee Girls..............................115–116 Global International Trading........170–172 Glow Chick...............................149–150 Good Guy Comics......................141–142 Great Red Spot Studios....................... 88 Hair Candies by Xin.......................... 128 HatCore.com.............................124–125 Hollywood Joe’s Movie Memorabilia......... .............................................233–235 Imperial Quartermaster..................19–21 Ink Correct Bar Gear..................270–271 J&J Enterprises.........................273–275 Junior’s Comic and Cards...........288–290 Just Jessa/Sarasvatis Call...............72–74 Kevin J. Anderson......................202–203 Kit Rae Design Studio....................83–84 Kryzia Kreations............................... 207 Lamplight Media LLC........................ 218 Lost Alien.................................216–217 Michael Z. Williamson....................... 114

Midnight Syndicate Soundtracks........ 266 Milton’s Emporium....................173–174 Morlock Enterprises...................110–111 Nene Thomas Inc.......... 85–86, 112–113 Nextgen Collectible Toys.............212–215 Obsidian’s Caldera.....................108–109 Offworld Designs...........................64–71 Peter Beagle.................................... 143 Planet Comics...........................285–287 Rarity’s Boutique, LLC...................... 129 Ravenwing Wearable Art................37–38 Reality Not Included......................... 151 Reel Imports.............................252–254 Rock Shop Music and Comics.............. 55 Rogue Like Fiction................................ 6 Ruth Nore Designs............................ 144 Ruth Thompson’s Tarnished Images.......... .................................................39–53 Scentsational Salt’s and Stuff.........35–36 Siege The Day.................................... 56 Sigh Co. Graphics......................204–206 Sleeping Dragon South...................... 208 Snacks from Japan.com.............103–104 Spiral Moon.............. 152–156, 189–193 Sprinkle Ninja.................................... 34 Stephanie Romano.........................17–18 Studio Barrett.................................... 87 Stylinonline.com..........................94–101 Sundreams & Myths...................175–177 Sweet Geek.......................................... 5 Sweet Sisters Baking Co, LLC............ 225 Swordmark Company.................131–132 T Pub.............................................. 130

The Boho........................................... 57 The Contact Lens Company................. 12 The Dragon’s Keep.........................61–62 The Dragon’s Lair..........................76–82 The Griffin Works..........................30–33 The Lovers Knot............................... 180 The Sassy Engraver.............................. 1 The Snow Field.........................158–159 The Wizard’s Wagon..................277–284 The Wright Stuff............................... 102 Triangle Cards...........................126–127 Troll & Toad.......................262–265, 269 Troy A. Carrington............................. 107 Troy Foryre Chainmalle...................... 228 Twilight Creations......................267–268 Uber Kio.......................................15–16 Upstate Steampunk.......................... 105 Venture Effects..........................219–222 Venus Envy Jewelry.......................... 106 Venusian Airship Pirate Trading Co......... 4 Vivid Publishing............................... 237 Warfire Forge................................... 276 Wes Tillander’s Books and Comics........... .............................................239–243 Where the Gods Live..................145–146 William Stout................................13–14 Wonderland Creations....................... 198 YayaHan.com................................25–26 Yuki Pearl and Jade Company.....255–256 Zombie Love Squad.............................. 3

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AmericasMart, Building 1: Second Floor

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Exhibitor Booths First Floor Arda Wigs................................. 1012, 1014 Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab........ 1206, 1208 Chessex Manufacturing................................ ........................ 1213, 1215, 1217, 1219 Corsets by Casta Diva.................................. ........................ 1308, 1310, 1312, 1314 Cosmic City......................................... 1302 Galaxy Press....................................... 1319 Gamescience....................................... 1108 Geek Chic................................. 1503, 1505 Glitch Gaming Apparel............... 1309, 1307 Got Kilt............................................... 1313 Grreat Entertainment................. 1201, 1203 Intergalactic Trading Co.............. 1011, 1013 Japanime Games................................. 1401 Kimono USA............................. 1008, 1010 Lightspeed Fine Art.................... 1202, 1204 McFarland Publishing........................... 1403 Miss Belly Dance................................. 1501 MOG Nation........................................ 1500 Ms. Martha’s Corset Shoppe......................... .................................. 1003, 1005, 1007 Neal and Josh Adams....... 1207, 1209, 1211 Norcostco-Atlanta Costume................... 1311 Richard and Wendy Pini....................... 1207 RT Originals........................................ 1316 Scarlett’s Corset........................ 1103, 1105 Shadows on the Wall....... 1107, 1109, 1111 Shirts for a Cure.................................. 1301 Southeastern Browncoats ........................ 1000, 1002, 1004, 1006 Starbase Atlanta............. 1016, 1018, 1020, .............. 1021, 1120, 1121, 1220, 1221 Steampunk Hatter..................... 1304, 1306 StylinOnline.com............ 1113, 1115, 1117, .............. 1119, 1216, 1214, 1212, 1210 The Mermaid’s Tresses......................... 1009 Tshirt Bordello................. 1102, 1104, 1106 Ultra Sabers.......... 1015, 1017, 1116, 1118 Unique Unicorns........................ 1405, 1407 Who Shop........................................... 1205

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Second Floor A Wrinkle in Time........... 2420, 2422, 2424, .................................. 2426, 2428, 2430 Adventure Retail....................... 2035, 2037, .................................. 2039, 2134, 2136 Anime Depot/King Roach Enterprises............. .................................. 2308, 2310, 2312 Applehead Factory Inc......................... 2325 Aradani Studios................................... 2504 Artemis Leather......................... 2305, 2307 Atomsplit............................................ 2525 Austin Browncoats..................... 2711, 2713 Big City Comics......................... 2401, 2500 Blade Daddy............................. 2521, 2523 Bruteforce Studios..................... 2511, 2513 Capt.Comics/Graham Crackers.... 2405, 2407 Circle Works........................................ 2334 Cool Mini OR not....................... 2701, 2702 Cosplay Deviants................................. 2235 Crazy Cat Collectables................ 2621, 2623 Crazy Ed’s Comics............................... 2326 Decatur Glassblowing........................... 2409 Delicious Boutique & Corseterie.................... ............................................ 2535, 2634 Distractia............................................ 2336 Dragon Fire Art.................................... 2735 Dragons 4 All Inc................................. 2501 Earth Wisdom........................... 2309, 2311 Echo Chernik and Nigel Sade...... 2431, 2429 Edgework Imports Inc................ 2411, 2413 Elmore Productions...................................... ........................ 2421, 2423, 2520, 2522

Exile Into Imagination.......................... 2509 EyeFull Productions............................. 2508 Fine Line Leather Design...................... 2435 Fireside Games.................................... 2436 Flipside Creations................................ 2301 Fool Moon Treasures Inc............. 2404, 2406 Gamer Concepts.................................. 2324 Got-Steam?............................... 2724, 2726 Grannywitch’s Faery Cottage....... 2728, 2730 Griffyn Ink................................ 2708, 2710 HobbyFan.com.......................... 2731, 2733 Honeck Sculpture...................... 2007, 2009 House of Anime............... 2529, 2531, 2630 James Hill Gallery................................ 2527 K and J Non-Sports Cards.................... 2502 Kif’s................................................... 2335 Larry Smith, Bookseller.... 2011, 2013, 2015 Laurel K. Hamilton.............................. 2135 Magical Fashions............. 2609, 2607, 2605 Marvelous Mayhem.................... 2625, 2627 Metal Mistress........................... 2510, 2512 Miniature Building Authority....... 2601, 2602 Mysteria Antiques & Oddities................ 2434 Nautilus Salvage Company/Ohlinger’s.... 2635 Outer Rim Toys.................................... 2530 Passional Boutique.............................. 2636 Pegasus Publishing.......... 2408, 2410, 2412 Pendragon Costumes....... 2721, 2723, 2725 Pennyworth Books..................... 2329, 2331 Poetic Earth Handmade Journals........... 2600 Pretty Spooky Handmade........... 2629, 2631

Quantum Mechanix Inc.............. 2611, 2613 RAK Graphics............................ 2704, 2706 Rebel Base Comics & Toys.................... 2327 Reel Art.................................... 2025, 2027 Sara Cura........................................... 2201 Sean’s Celtic Creations......................... 2720 Sherrilyn Kenyon....................... 2204, 2206 Silver Leaf Costumes.................. 2534, 2536 Sparkle!.................................... 2400, 2402 Steam Powered Pinky.......................... 2234 STL Ocarina........................................ 2700 Tairen’s Lair & Authors Lair........ 2205, 2304 The Contact Lens Company.................. 2321 The Missing Volume......... 2604, 2505, 2507 Time Machine Collectibles.......... 2626, 2624 Timeless Trends......................... 2727, 2729 Titan Games & Comics..... 2019, 2021, 2023 Tom Wood: Fantasy Art.............. 2300, 2302 Tribbletoys.com................................... 2703 Troma Entertainment........................... 2114 Twisted Heroes.................................... 2118 UD Replicas........................................ 2330 Ultra T Studios.................................... 2620 Utilikilts Co LLC........................ 2608, 2610 Vamplet, LLC............................ 2320, 2322 WeLoveFine.com... 2104, 2106, 2108, 2110 Whimsic Alley................. 2705, 2707, 2709 Wolfhome Adventure Outfitters..................... ........................ 2425, 2427, 2524, 2526 World in Chains................................... 2236 World of Strange.................................. 2120

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AmericasMart, Bulding 1: First Floor and Second Floor FE

Second Floor First Floor

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Comics Artists Alley List Guests:

ATTENDING ARTISTS:

• Jason “Spyda” Adams

• Sanford Greene

• Jacob Rougemont

• Obsidian Abnormal

• Joel Adams

• Daxiong Guo

• Andy Runton

• Andrew Van Buren Aydin

• Merrill Hagan

• Tony Salvaggio

• Michael Banks–Sugar Fueled

• Allen Bellman

• Dusty Higgins

• Tom Biondolillo

• Georges Jeanty

• Jennie A Breeden

• Van Jensen

• Mark Brooks • Bob Burden • James Burns • Amanda Conner • Darwyn Cooke • Peter Capn’ Cutler • Jeremy Dale • Jose Delbo

• Chris Schweizer

• Jennifer Bennett

• Killer Targets • Tony Kordos • Sarah M.

• Doug Sneyd

• Scott Blair

• Ray Snyder

• Jenevieve Broomall

• Anthony Spay

• Greg Carter

• John P. Lotshaw

• Peter Steigerwald

• Brian Colin

• Comfort Love

• Brian Stelfreeze

• Tess Cooper

• Mike McKone

• Yale Stewart

• Jason Flowers

• Nathan Szerdy

• Jason Metcalf

• Greg Alan Theakston

• Mike S. Miller

• Jeremy Treece

• Darren Gendron

• Jason Thomas–Red Rocket Farm

• Lizbeth R. Jimenez • Brian Kesinger

• Dean Motter • Sho Murase

• Doktor A

• Ted Naifeh

• Annie Erskine

• Jai Nitz

• Matt Frank

• Jimmy Palmiotti

• Gary Gianni

• Jamie Tyndall • Dexter Vines • Christian Waggoner

• Daniel Gorman • Mike Groves

• Rhiannon Owens • Scott Rorie • Jamie Snell • Dirk Strangely

• HC Warner

• Chris Hamer–Urbnpop

• Adam Withers

• Bill Holbrook

• George Pérez

• Derek Yaniger

• Jellykoe

• Stephanie Gladden

• Andy Price

• Kelly Yates

• Cassie Kelly

• Michael A. Gordon

• Don Rosa

• Thom Zahler

• Jerry Keslensky

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• Rachel Keslensky

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Hyatt Regency: Grand Hall East

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Art Show: Participating Artists Artist Guest of Honor: Jim Burns Guest Artists: Dan dos Santos Todd Lockwood Don Maitz Janny Wurtz Guest Artist Jurors: Carrie Ann Baade Omar Rayyan

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Attending Artists: • Rick Alexander • Adam Antaloczy • Amy Ashbaugh • Drew Baker • Disa Baylis • Jasmine BecketGriffith • Doug Beekman • Joseph Bellofatto • Forest Betz • Paul Bielaczyc • Mike Bocianowski • Matthew Boorstin • Hershel Brewer • Kelly Brightbill • David Brown • Whitney Brown • Michael Budzisz • Tiffany Budzisz • Laura Buff • Wanda Burns • Dave Cain • Rob Carlos • Paulina Cassidy • Amber Chen

• Sarah Clemens • Tracy Cornett • Joseph Corsentino • Rodolfo Cortez • Jessica Cox • Ramona Creel • Tiffany Crosby • Kathleen David • Meredith Dillman • Jessica Douglas • Dawn Duffy • Kevin Dyer • Bruce Eagle • Caralyn Edwards • Luke Eldridge • Samuel Flegal • Tom Fleming • Mitch Foust • Jacob and Wayne Fowler • Amanda Francis • Kelly Freas • Cheryl GarrettJenkins • Justin Gerard

• Chris Gessler • Jason Gray • Joseph Gubocki • Mark Hadley • Mark Harchar • Geoffrey Harris • Lindsey Hawkins • Alan Hawley • Michael Hayman • Mark Helwig • Michael Hope • Kelli Hovanes • Amber Ivey • Sean Jones • John Knox • Tabitha Ladin • Carolina Lebar • Brenda Lyons • Theresa Mather • Rachel Mayo • Carly Mazur • Patricia Mccracken • Peter Mohrbacher • Erin Morris

• Stanley Morrison • Joe Mueller • Tran Nguyen • Christy Nicholas • Karl Nordman • David Lee Pancake • Amanda Pham • Mark Poole • Stephanie Pui-Mun Law • Tienne Rei Kollars • Mirana Reveier • Laura Reynolds • Aedan C. Roberts • Mark Roland • Angela Sasser • Grant Searcey • Sarah Seiter • Lisa Sell • Elizabeth Shick • Andrea Sipl • Allison Stanley • Annie Stegg • Maize and Moco Steinman-Arendsee

• Amy Swartz • Aprylrae Tackett • Erika TaguchiNewton • Charlene Taylor D’alessio • Tiffany Tinsley • Tiffany Toland-Scott • Elizebeth Tong • Charles Urbach • Susan Vanstone • Paul Vincenti • Charles Vinson • Bonnie Wasson • Patricia Wehunt • Corene Werhane • Josh West • Bridget Wilde • Maria William • Yvonne Williams • Kayla Woodside • Brian Woodward • James Yarbrough • Melanie Zellner

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Hyatt Regency: Grand Hall West

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Hyatt Regency: Hotel Map

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Film Festival & Programming

Main Concert Stage (Cent. IV)

Main Programming (Reg. V-VII)

Contest Registrations

Main Programming (Cent. I-III)

Hyatt Regency: Ballroom Level

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Hyatt Regency: International Level

Main Programming

Main Programming

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Hyatt Regency: Exhibit Level

Art Show & Print Shop

Comics & Pop Artists Alley

Concourse Stage

Fan Tables

Writer’s Hourly Workshops

Fan Photo Area

Photography

Signage

Daily Dragon

Main Programming

Comics Programming

Art Show Programming

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Hyatt Regency: Conference Center Level

The Armory Media Relations

Independent Film Panels

Readings/ Workshops

Armory Programming

Videography

Readings/Workshops

Readings

Main Video

Animation

Anime-Manga

Anime Video

Filk

Readings Silk Roads

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Hyatt Regency: Embassy Level

Sci-Fi Literature EMBASSY AB

Fantasy Literature EMBASSY C

Writer’s Track EMBASSY DEF

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HEALTH CLUB SPA FRONT DESK CONCIERGE L400’S L500’S STARBUCKS M:STORE

PEACHTREE CENTER MALL

PULSE SEAR HIGH VELOCITY POOL

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ATRIUM BALLROOM

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Dragon*Con Store

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Marriott Marquis: Lobby Level

Marquis Tower II

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Hilton Atlanta: Lower Level

Galleria Exhibit Hall Collectible Card Games

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Open Gaming

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Main Programming

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Game Marshal Area

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Sheraton Atlanta: Level 1 UPS BUSINESS CENTER

INTERNATIONAL BOULEVARD CONVENTION LOBBY

Volunteers

ROTUNDA BOOTH

CAPITAL PREFUNCTION Dragon*Con Satellite Store

GEORGIA PREFUNCTION

Pre-Registration & ALL Saturday

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Convention Registraion & Disability Services

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Sheraton Atlanta: Level 2 INTERNATIONAL BOULEVARD

FRONT DESK GIFT SHOP

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ATHENS Trek Track

FITNESS CENTER

AUGUSTA Paranormal MACON Brit Track VALDOSTA

Robotics SAVANNAH 1 2 3

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Sheraton Atlanta: Level 3 INTERNATIONAL BOULEVARD

THE DELI

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FANDANGLES BAR & LOUNGE

WINE ROOM

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Westin Peachtree Atlanta: Sixth Floor

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Apocalypse Rising

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Westin Peachtree Atlanta: Seventh Floor

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AUGUSTA I AUGUSTA II

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PEACHTREE BALLROOM ROSWELL I ROSWELL II

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Dragon Con Footprint: Host Hotels, AmericasMart, and Parade Route

Google map with shuttle stops located at: http://tinyurl.com/l5ykbdy

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World of Warcraft Costume Contest

Like a dungeon boss respawn, the World of Warcraft Costume Contest is back! Pre-reg is held before the contest and is mandatory in order to enter. J. LeCraft, C. Jones; Sat 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Star Citizen Sneak Preview

Roberts Space Industries presents a Massively Multiplayer Online Universe created by Chris Roberts, producer of Wing Commander and Privateer. Sat 7:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Machinima: Chronicles of Humanity

Katherine McDonald uncovers the conspiracy behind Titan’s destruction, featuring Felicia Day and created by Damien Valentine. Romily, D. Valentine; Sat 8:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Heroes and Villains Ball

Good? Bad? We’re the guys with the fun. DJ Jennocide spins, and Costumes get in first (with 1 handler) Sat 10:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]; 4 Hrs

Sunday Kid Friendly MMOs

Unlock the “Awesome Parent” achievement by finding the perfect game for your young ones. Includes survival tips for more mature games as well. Nythera, Artix; Sun 10:00 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Guild Events: Going Beyond Raiding

Learn and share about creating community within a guild through fun and engaging events regardless of which game you might be playing. Sun 11:30 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Economics of Free-to-Play Gaming

How free is free to play? We look at various models, pick apart the good and bad, and discuss the virtues of free gaming. J. Foster; Sun 1:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Dragon’s Prophet

If you were the type of gamer who fretted that your MMOs don’t have enough dragons, fret no more. SOE presents Dragon’s Prophet. Sun 2:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Machinima

Probably the best use of a projector and screen since the invention of shadow puppets. Including a special feature length machinima, Clear Skies 3. Romily, D. Valentine; Sun 4:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]; 4 Hrs

World of Warcraft: Darkmoon Faire

Azeroth’s famous spectacle of fun makes an appearance. Due to liability, player-firing cannons will not be part of the festivities. Sun 8:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

MMO Trivia

Battle and Brew presents the latest and greatest “Quest for the Bling Gnome,” now in its 6th edition. Sun 8:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday Guild Management 101

A discussion of techniques of managing people in the real world that translate to virtual worlds. Mon 11:30 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Raid Leadership Secrets of Atilla the Hun

How to deal if you want to pillage, plunder, and loot your little black heart out, but you have to raid with folks who put the “Q” in moron. Mon 1:00 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Post MMOrtem: Survivor’s Gathering

A chance to let MMORPG staff know how they did, with a bonus HUGE announcement. Mon 2:30 pm; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Paranormal Track (PN) Friday Crossing the Veil

21st century medical science is finally tackling the ultimate question: what happens when we die? R. Estep; Fri 10:00 am; Augusta [S]

Paranormal Excavation: South Carolina

Explore the Stony Landing House of Moncks Corner, SC. Discuss evidence captured of Revolutionary and Civil War era hauntings. P. Nance, A. Field; Fri 10:00 am; Valdosta [S]

The Abduction

Meet the man with a story that is literally out of this world. UFO’s and Alien Abductions. T. Walton; Fri 11:30 am; Augusta [S]

Non-Western Demons

This look at demonic traditions as they moved to the east from Babylon will include ancient American demonic traditions. K. Cobb; Fri 11:30 am; Valdosta [S]

Paranormal Tech Talk 101

An in depth look at all of the paranormal research equipment used today and what to look forward to in the future. J. Brightman; Fri 1:00 pm; Augusta [S]

Destination Truth

The truth is out there, and Josh Gates and Erin Ryder of the hit series Destination Truth tell you where to find it. J. Gates, E. Ryder; Fri 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Explorations Into ESP

Are you a great “sender” of telepathic information or do you “receive” information easily? Try your hand at Psychometry. M. Griffin; Fri 2:30 pm; Augusta [S]

The UFO Why Questions

We have all wondered “what” they may be. Here’s a chance to see “why” they may be and “why” there so much evidence pointing to their existence. S. Friedman; Fri 2:30 pm; Valdosta [S]

A New Paranormal Paradigm

A new outside the box approach on how to investigate and research the paranormal. W. Aymerich, B. Mangan; Fri 4:00 pm; Augusta [S]

Ghost Hunters

Stars of the popular paranormal reality TV series discuss the show and the world of paranormal science. S. Gonsalves, D. Tango; Fri 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Paranormal Insight From a Medical Perspective

A non-traditional approach to investigating the paranormal through the eyes of a medical professional. C. Balassone; Fri 5:30 pm; Valdosta [S]

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Illusions of the Passed

There are those who hunt ghosts. Aiden Sinclair brings them to life. Be a part of this audience interactive act of illusions. A. Sinclair; Fri 7:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

The Bridgewater Triangle

Explore the cryptic creatures, UFOs, and other paranormal anomalies that lurk in the Bridgewater Triangle J. Brightman; Sat 2:30 pm; Augusta [S]

Paranormal Excavation: North Carolina Saturday UFO’s Top 5

Nuclear physicist and lecturer Stanton Friedman talks about his top five UFO cases, including the Travis Walton case. S. Friedman, T. Walton; Sat 10:00 am; Augusta [S]

Fire in the Sky

Presentation with a Q&A on the Travis Walton Story followed by a book signing. T. Walton; Sat 11:30 am; Augusta [S]

The Syfy Paranormal Guest Panel

A chat with stars from favorite paranormal TV shows such as Ghost Hunters and Destination Truth. S. Gonsalves, D. Tango, J. Gates, E. Ryder; Sat 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Medical Condition or Paranormal Problem?

Hear about various medical conditions that make you think its paranormal. C. Balassone; Sat 11:30 am; Valdosta [S]

Holy Shift!

A discussion of finding your own spiritual path via paranormal investigating. M. Griffin; Sat 1:00 pm; Augusta [S]

The Paranormal Illusionist

There are those who hunt ghosts. Aiden Sinclair brings them to life. Be a part of this audience interactive act of illusions. A. Sinclair; Sat 1:00 pm; Valdosta [S]

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Investigate Beaufort North Carolina. Review video and audio evidence documented during real investigations of Civil War related hauntings. P. Nance, A. Field; Sat 2:30 pm; Valdosta [S]

A Literary History of Western Demons

A look at the evolution of demonic theory from Babylon, Jewish texts, Christian texts, grimoires, and modern treatments. K. Cobb; Sat 4:00 pm; Augusta [S]

Medical aspects of Paranormal investigating

Hear about various medical conditions that make you think its paranormal. C. Balassone; Sun 10:00 am; Valdosta [S]

The Syfy Paranormal Guest Panel

Q&A with guests from Ghost Hunters and Destination Truth. S. Gonsalves, D. Tango, J. Gates, E. Ryder; Sun 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Paranormal Excavation: South Carolina

Explore the Stony Landing House of Moncks Corner, SC. Discuss evidence captured of Revolutionary and Civil War era hauntings. P. Nance, A. Field; Sun 11:30 am; Valdosta [S]

The Issue with the Evidence

Illusions of the Passed

Paranormal Research from A to Z

The Walton Experience

What is the evidence and is digital technology actually making it better for the investigator. W. Aymerich, B. Mangan; Sat 4:00 pm; Valdosta [S] Learn various approaches to investigating the paranormal with our professional investigators. J. Brightman, P. Nance, A. Field, R. Estep, C. Balassone; Sat 5:30 pm; Augusta [S]

Sunday Paranormal? Or Not...

Is it paranormal or is it something else? Explore possibilities such as medical conditions and architectural abnormalities. R. Estep; Sun 10:00 am; Augusta [S]

There are those who hunt ghosts. Aiden Sinclair brings them to life. Be a part of this audience interactive act of illusions. A. Sinclair; Sun 1:00 pm; Atlanta [S] An up close and personal account of possibly the most infamous alien abduction experience ever. T. Walton; Sun 1:00 pm; Valdosta [S]

Explorations Into ESP

Are you a great “sender” of telepathic information or do you “receive” information easily? Try your hand at Psychometry. M. Griffin; Sun 2:30 pm; Augusta [S]

UFO Conspiracies

Uncover the cover-ups: the shocking truth about how our government has been hiding UFO information. S. Friedman; Sun 2:30 pm; Valdosta [S]

Paranormal Research 101

Learn from the pros techniques, approaches, and methods to create your own successful paranormal research group. J. Brightman, W. Aymerich, K. Cobb, B. Mangan; Sun 4:00 pm; Augusta [S]

Illusions of the Passed

There are those who hunt ghosts. Aiden Sinclair brings them to life. Be a part of this audience interactive act of illusions. A. Sinclair; Sun 5:30 pm; Atlanta [S]

Monday Paranormal Excavation: South Carolina

Explore the Stony Landing House of Moncks Corner, SC. Discuss evidence captured of Revolutionary and Civil War era hauntings. P. Nance, A. Field; Mon 10:00 am; Augusta [S]

UFO Propulsion Systems

How do they get here? How do they behave the way they do when they get here? S. Friedman; Mon 10:00 am; Valdosta [S]

Paranormal Witness: Alien Abduction

A special screening of a Paranormal Witness episode that covers the true story of the Walton Experience. T. Walton; Mon 11:30 am; Augusta [S]

The SyFy Guest Paranormal Panel

A one of a kind panel with the stars from your favorite paranormal TV shows such as Ghost Hunters and Destination Truth! S. Gonsalves, D. Tango, J. Gates; Mon 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

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The Paranormal Illusionist

There are those who hunt ghosts. Aiden Sinclair brings them to life. Be a part of this audience interactive act of illusions. A. Sinclair; Mon 11:30 am; Valdosta [S]

Paranormal Experiences

Discuss your experiences and hear true stories from professional paranormal investigators. J. Brightman, R. Estep, W. Aymerich, K. Cobb, C. Balassone; Mon 1:00 pm; Augusta [S]

Podcasting (POD) Friday Podcast Track Kick Off!

The Podcast track kicks off the weekend with a talented panel of podcasters discussing the state of podcasting and beyond. M. Gordon, L. Peralta, M. Faber; Fri 1:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

How to Make Money with Your Podcast

Too often people wonder how they can make money with their podcast. This panel has some of the answers. Marc Gunn; Fri 2:30 pm; 203 [Hil]

Producing Tech News Today and other Podcasts

Tom Merritt discusses what it takes to organize, plan, and produce a quality podcast, with tips from other top podcasters. T. Merritt, V. Belmont, B. Brushwood; Fri 4:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

FSL Tonight

The season finale of the premier fantasy sports league reports on fantasy and science fiction franchises. S. Sigler, T. Merritt, J. Young; Fri 5:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

comedy4cast LIVE!

Clinton Alvord and friends bring the award winning comedy podcast stylings to Dragon Con once again. Fri 7:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

Technorama Live!

The hosts of Technorama bring their quirky blend of off-beat news, hackery, and strange stories to this live panel. Fri 8:30 pm; 203 [Hil]

Night Attack Live

An uncensored look at the top-secret conversations that take place after the live broadcasts. B. Brushwood, J. Young; Fri 10:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Saturday Podcasting Authors Roundtable

A roundtable discussion of working writers who utilize podcasting to distribute and promote their work. B. Nash, G. Martin, J. Gates; Sat 10:00 am; 203 [Hil]

Greetings from Storybrooke and Fancast Roundtable

A discussion of new episodes, news, and theories about the ABC series Once Upon A Time, plus a roundtable on creating a fancast. Sat 11:30 am; 203 [Hil]

The Art of the Interview

A panel discussion with veteran podcasters discussing their methods for securing and interviewing guests on their podcasts. R. Schwartz, L. Peralta, J. Strickland; Sat 1:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

Sword and Laser Podcast LIVE

Sunday What the Cast Live!

Brian, Crispy and Patrick bring their chaotic and hilarious “What The Cast” back to Dragon Con. Dr. S. Granade; Sun 10:00 am; 203 [Hil]

Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt bring their podcast about all things sci-fi and fantasy back to Dragon Con. J. Butcher, T. Merritt, V. Belmont; Sat 2:30 pm; A601-A602 [M]

Disasterpiece Theatre

Geek Cred LIVE!

RevolutionSF’s RevCast Live

Geek Cred brings their in-depth behind the scenes interviews and inside scoops on everything geek, from tech to sci-fi to games. Sat 4:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

VOG Network Supershow

Dedicated to geek culture and all things fandom, VOG brings a sampling of their 24/7 online radio in this Supershow. Sat 5:30 pm; 203 [Hil]

Comics Coast to Coast LIVE

Host Brian Dunaway talks with the creators of TenState, an action-packed comic series. T. Merritt, L. Peralta; Sat 7:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

5 Truths and a Lie

Six celebrity guests tell a story based on a theme, but one of them is lying. J. Espenson, V. Belmont, P. LaMarr, B. Bell; Sat 8:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Scott Sigler: One for the Junkies

The New York Times bestselling novelist and podcaster brings tentacles and mayhem to this panel. S. Sigler; Sat 10:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

Sometimes you gotta kick around ideas to formulate Hollywood movie pitches. Dr. S. Granade; Sun 11:30 am; 203 [Hil] The editors and writers of RevolutionSF.com cover the latest news, rumors and reviews in TV, movies, books, comics, and games. Sun 1:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

Earth Station One Live at Dragon Con

Shows that celebrate their love for all things pop culture sci-fi and fantasy, comics, and more. It’s LIVE. B. Nash, M. Gordon, M. Faber; Sun 2:30 pm; 203 [Hil]

Ladies of Leet

Hardcore to casual, PC to console, and expensive to affordable, a conversation full of tips and news for gamers. V. Belmont; Sun 4:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

2013 Parsec Awards

A Celebration of Speculative Fiction Podcasting. Awards are given in several categories ranging from content to audio quality. S. Sigler, Dr. P. Gay, V. Belmont; Sun 5:30 pm; Reg. V [H]; 2.5 Hrs

TWiT—NSFW LIVE!

An irreverent fun-fest featuring unusual friends, bizarre games, and more! T. Merritt, B. Brushwood, J. Young; Sun 10:00 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

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The Sex Geeks: Nerd Love

A live taping of the Sex Geeks podcast, featuring an interview with Amber Nash from Archer and Kevin Gillese. A. Nash; Sun 11:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Monday Advanced Audio Production

A deeper look at tweaking the audio production value of podcasts. J. Strickland; Mon 10:00 am; 203 [Hil]

Streaming Podcasts

A panel and round-table discussion on streaming services like UStream, Twitch.TV, YouTube, and more. J. Strickland; Mon 11:30 am; 203 [Hil]

Podcasting Your Music

This roundtable discussion with those in the business covers the process and ideology of publishing music on a podcast. Marc Gunn; Mon 1:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

Pub Songs Podcast Live!

Marc Gunn celebrates live with rousing songs and a discussion of Celtic Music and the sci fi counter culture. Marc Gunn; Mon 2:30 pm; 203 [Hil]

Podcasting Track Sign Off

It had to end sometime. The podcast panel staff gathers one last time to say goodbye and take feedback for next year’s Dragon Con Mon 4:00 pm; 203 [Hil]

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Puppetry Track (PUPPET) Friday Foam Patterning for Puppets

Discover the ins and outs of creating foam patterns for puppets. K. David; Fri 1:00 pm; A704 [M]

Playwriting for Puppets

Puppeteers and playwrights discuss creating stories for the fuzzy, monstrous, doll-faced, and strung-up characters we call puppets. G. Leigh, B. Jones; Fri 2:30 pm; A704 [M]

Designing a World: The Work of Michael Frith

Michael will share his experiences from his incredible career spanning the early days of the Muppet Show through today. M. Frith; Fri 4:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]

The Timey Wimey Puppet Show

Doctor Who meets Punch and Judy in this puppet show celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who. All Ages. M. Horner; Fri 5:30 pm; A704 [M]

Puppets on the Web

Creators of puppet web series share their work and their thoughts on this new medium to reach audiences. A. Young, M. Horner, B. Jones, V. Yerrid; Fri 7:00 pm; A704 [M]

Ventriloquism: From Ancient to Modern

The history of ventriloquism, famous faces, and innovators, with a special video from Lambchop! C. Rhodes; Fri 8:30 pm; A704 [M]

State of Puppetry Roundtable

Panelists discuss puppetry in mainstream entertainment for the last decade and into the future. A. Young, G. Leigh, A. Lathrop, B. Jones, V. Yerrid, P. McGinnis; Fri 10:00 pm; A704 [M]

Puppet IMPROV! The Token Girl Late Show

An improv show for adults! V. Yerrid, P. McGinnis, S. Gordon, L. Yates; Fri 11:30 pm; A704 [M]

Indie Puppet Films Screening

It’s late. Why don’t you come on in have a seat in the dark and watch some messed up puppet short films? C. Rhodes; Sat 1:00 am; A704 [M]

Saturday Setup for Puppet Making

H. Goodenough, S. Gordon; Sat 10:00 am; Intl. S [H]

Create-a-Puppet Workshop: Dragons!

Kids can come and make their very own dragon puppet or pick up a kit to make later. With support from the Center for Puppetry Arts. H. Goodenough, S. Gordon; Sat 11:30 am; Intl. S [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Glove Puppetry 101

Learn the basics of glove puppetry, from manipulation to simple construction techniques. M. Horner; Sat 1:00 pm; A704 [M]

Fraggles: Media Meet and Greet

1:15 pm Media Meet and Greet M. Frith, K. Prell, K. Mullen; Sat 1:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

Down in Fraggle Rock

Meet Red and Mokey Fraggle and the puppeteers who brought them to life as well as co-creator and designer. M. Frith, K. Prell, K. Mullen; Sat 2:30 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Fraggles: Meet and Greet

Meet Red and Mokey for photos and autographs as well sketches by their designer. M. Frith, K. Prell, K. Mullen; Sat 4:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

The Marionette Cabaret

Experience the most technically demanding puppetry style in this collection of solo performances. H. Goodenough, M. Cripps; Sat 5:30 pm; A704 [M]

Marionettes 101

Learn the basics of marionette manipulation. Limited audience participation. H. Goodenough, M. Cripps; Sat 7:00 pm; A704 [M]

Puppet Jedi Klingon Warriors: A Khanversation

Paul and Victor share their approach to puppetry through a retrospective of their work. A. Young, V. Yerrid, P. McGinnis; Sat 8:30 pm; A704 [M]

Carla Rhodes: Rock n’ Roll Ventriloquist

The Plight of Cecil: Carla Rhodes and the cantankerous Cecil Sinclaire present an unforgettable evening of music and comedy. C. Rhodes; Sat 10:00 pm; A704 [M]

The Sci-Fi Janitors: Live and Unsanitized

Dragon Con’s very own puppet ambassadors will film a live show and make most of it up. M. Nitchie; Sat 11:30 pm; A704 [M] Dragon Con 2013


Sunday Puppets with a Purpose: No Strings International

No Strings uses puppets to give life-saving messages to children across the globe. M. Frith, K. Mullen; Sun 10:00 am; A704 [M]

Puppets, Pixels, and Portals: The Work of Karen Prell

The puppeteer and animiator shares her experiences from Fraggle Rock, Labyrinth, The Muppet Show, Toy Story 2, and Portal 2. K. Prell; Sun 11:30 am; A704 [M]

Puppet IMPROV! for KIDS!

An improv show for kids! V. Yerrid, P. McGinnis, S. Gordon, L. Yates; Sun 1:00 pm; A704 [M]

The Work of Kathryn Mullen

Kathryn will share her experiences as a puppeteer across her incredible career spanning the Muppet Show, Dark Crystal, Star Wars, and more. K. Mullen; Sun 2:30 pm; A704 [M]

Puppetry for TV and Film: Workshop

Puppeteers demonstrate skills and techniques used for television and film puppetry. Limited audience participation. V. Yerrid, P. McGinnis; Sun 4:00 pm; A704 [M]

Gerald the Giraffe

When Sally gets a pet giraffe, the other kids laugh at her. But is being different really a bad thing? All Ages. G. Leigh, A. Lathrop; Sun 5:30 pm; A704 [M]

So You Want to Be a Puppeteer

Learn where and how to get the training to become a professional puppeteer. A. Young, G. Leigh, H. Goodenough, V. Yerrid, P. McGinnis, S. Gordon, M. Cripps; Sun 7:00 pm; A704 [M]

The Magic Puppet Tea Party

A mixer for people who brought puppets to Dragon Con. Puppet required to attend. S. Gordon; Sun 8:30 pm; A704 [M]

The Sci-Fi Janitors Present: The Late Night Puppet Slam

The biggest, geekiest, most hilarious puppet slam in the entire world! (Mature Audiences Only) K. David, V. Yerrid, M. Meer, L. Yates, M. Nitchie; Mon 12:00 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]; 2.5 Hrs

The Late Night Puppet Slam: TECH

K. David, P. McGinnis, M. Meer, L. Yates; Sun 11:30 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]; 30 Min

Monday Puppets on a Budget

Tips and tricks for making fabulous puppets on a shoestring. K. David; Mon 11:30 am; A704 [M]

Puppetry and Evil

Ever notice that puppets and puppeteers are always depicted as the villains in pop culture? We did. G. Leigh, A. Lathrop, B. Jones; Mon 1:00 pm; A704 [M]

Busking and Street Performing

Learn through demonstration and discussion how to get a crowd and make them pay! M. Cripps; Mon 2:30 pm; A704 [M]

Reading Sessions (READ) Friday

Saturday Reading: Clay and Susan Griffith

C. Griffith; Sat 11:30 am; Roswell [H]

Reading: Janny Wurtz

Reading: Will Aymerich

Reading: Emilie P. Bush

Reading: Widgett Walls

Reading: Todd McCaffrey

Reading: A.J. Hartley

Reading: Alethea Kontis

Reading: Delilah S. Dawson

J. Wurts; Fri 1:00 pm; Edgewood [H] E. Bush; Fri 1:00 pm; Roswell [H] T. McCaffrey; Fri 1:00 pm; University [H] From Princess Alethea’s Traveling Sideshow. A. Kontis; Fri 2:30 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Laura Anne Gilman

L. Gilman; Fri 2:30 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: Michael Stackpole

M. Stackpole; Fri 4:00 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Gail Z. Martin

G. Martin; Fri 4:00 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: Dan McGirt

D. McGirt; Fri 4:00 pm; University [H]

Reading: Keith R.A. DeCandido

K. DeCandido; Fri 4:00 pm; Vinings [H]

Reading: Kathryn Hinds

K. Hinds; Fri 5:30 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: John G. Hartness

J. Hartness; Fri 5:30 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: Lev Grossman

L. Grossman; Fri 5:30 pm; University [H]

Reading: Aurelio Voltaire

Reading from Call of the Jersey Devil. A. Voltaire; Fri 5:30 pm; Vinings [H]; 2.5 Hrs

W. Aymerich; Sat 11:30 am; University [H] W. Walls; Sat 11:30 am; Vinings [H] A. Hartley; Sat 1:00 pm; Edgewood [H] D. Dawson; Sat 1:00 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: Bobby Nash

B. Nash; Sat 1:00 pm; University [H]

Reading: Kevin R. Grazier

K. Grazier; Sat 1:00 pm; Vinings [H]

Reading: S.M. Stirling

S. Stirling; Sat 2:30 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Janine K. Spendlove and Bryan Young

J. Spendlove, B. Young; Sat 2:30 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: David Harmer

Will be reading from “SWAT—Survival Weapons and Techniques,” due out later this year. D. Harmer; Sat 2:30 pm; University [H]

Reading: Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon

L. Dixon, M. Lackey; Sat 2:30 pm; Vinings [H]

Reading: Nick Eftimiades

N. Eftimiades; Sat 4:00 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Chris A Jackson

C. Jackson; Sat 4:00 pm; Roswell [H]

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Reading: Milton J. Davis

Reading: Cinda Williams Chima

Broad Universe Rapid Fire Reading

Reading: Georgia McBride

G. McBride; Sun 2:30 pm; Roswell [H]

A Sparkfun Electronics engineer talks about making the world of electronics more accessible to anyone. Fri 5:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Reading: T. Eric Bakutis

Reading: D.B. Jackson aka David B. Coe

Fri 7:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

M. Davis; Sat 4:00 pm; University [H] J. Nye, J. Ward, K. Hinds, G. Martin, E. Bush; Sat 4:00 pm; Vinings [H]; 2.5 Hrs Reading from Glyphbinder. T. Bakutis; Sat 5:30 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Jef Murray

J. Murray; Sat 5:30 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: E.C. Myers

E. Myers; Sat 5:30 pm; University [H]

Sunday Reading: L.M. Davis

L. Davis; Sun 10:00 am; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Sonia Gensler

S. Gensler; Sun 10:00 am; University [H]

Reading: Elizabeth Donald

E. Donald; Sun 11:30 am; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Ricardo Bare

C. Chima; Sun 2:30 pm; Edgewood [H]

Sparkfun and the World of Maker

CAD and Maker Resources

D. Jackson; Sun 2:30 pm; University [H]

Reading: Jana Oliver

J. Oliver; Sun 2:30 pm; Vinings [H]

Reading: M.B. Weston

M.B. Weston; Sun 4:00 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Jeanne C. Stein and Samantha Sommersby

Reading of Cursed, writing together as S.J. Harper. J. Stein, S. Sommersby; Sun 4:00 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: Faith Hunter

F. Hunter; Sun 4:00 pm; University [H]

Reading: Kevin J. Anderson

K. Anderson; Sun 5:30 pm; Edgewood [H]

Robotics (ROBOT)

Saturday Lego FIRST Challenge

Children learn to build and compete with hands on mentoring. Sat 11:30 am; Atlanta [S]; 4 Hrs

Makerspaces

Sat 1:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

The New NASA: Prize Money for Tech Solutions

Learn about the Sample Return Robot Challenge and future competitions in the interest of furthering science. Sat 2:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

R2D2 Builders

R. Bare; Sun 11:30 am; Roswell [H]

Q&A with this builders community. Sat 4:00 pm; Atlanta [S]

Reading: Leanna Renee Hieber

Bringing Robots to a Fistfight

L. Hieber; Sun 11:30 am; University [H]

Reading: Robert J. Sawyer

Reading from new book Red Planet Blues. R. Sawyer; Sun 1:00 pm; Edgewood [H]

Reading: Van Allen Plexico

V. Plexico; Sun 1:00 pm; Roswell [H]

Reading: Susan Dennard and Sarah J. Maas

S. Maas, S. Dennard; Sun 1:00 pm; Vinings [H]

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Friday Intro to Robotics and Maker

Introduction to the content and purpose of our track. Fri 1:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Robotics and Fabrication

See how an animatronics engineer fabricates robots to make his ideas into reality. M. Setrakian; Fri 2:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Bar2D2

Meet and learn about the coolest robotic bartender around. Fri 4:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Inside the art and technology of Robot Combat League. M. Setrakian; Sat 4:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Mini Sumo

Tiny robots in a sumo style competition, presented by the Atlanta Hobby Robot Club. Sat 5:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Sunday Robot BattlesTM: Microbattles

See Main listing for checkin and event times Sun 8:30 am; Intl. N/S [H]; 5.5 Hrs

Undersea Robots

Steele Smith shows how he built his own Underwater ROV. Sun 1:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Power Wheels Build Presentation and Show

A group of inventive and creative people hack children’s vehicles for more power and fun. Sun 2:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Animatronics in Hollywood

Hansel and Gretel, MIB and more! M. Setrakian; Sun 4:00 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Electric Vehicles

Sun 5:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

Sci-Fi Literature (SFL) Friday Welcome to SciFi Literature

Learn about the new track and what we have to offer this year. Fri 10:00 am; Embassy AB [H]

Crossovers

Adult SF for the discriminating teen. YA SF for the “adult” SF fan. Fri 11:30 am; A707 [M]

High Concept

There is fantasy and high fantasy. Is there high SF? E. Foster, G. Wolfe, J. Gates; Fri 1:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

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Science Fiction or Fantasy?

Lines are blurring. Let’s talk definitions. J. Ward; Fri 2:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Pyr Rising

J. Shepherd, G. Harbowy; Fri 4:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

Science in Science Fiction

Some writers are scientists. Some do great research. Some just write. Discuss who does it well and who just misses the mark. T. Roberts, K. Grazier, S. Ortega; Fri 5:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

The Future is Not What It Used to Be

Some inventions were first envisioned by SF writers. Some inventions thought up by writers have never come to pass. Discuss. R. Sawyer, V. Plexico, T. Roberts; Fri 7:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

The Current State of Black SF

Revisit the genre and writers of color. L. Davis, M. Davis; Fri 8:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Polyamory in SF

Heinlein’s line marriages—the many instances of polyamory in SF. Fri 10:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Saturday Space Opera Then, Military SF Now

A comparison of the rousing space battles and epic adventures of space operas in the ‘50s and modern military sci-fi. J. Ringo, J. Ward, T. Zahn, M. Resnick, M. Williamson, J. Campbell; Sat 1:00 pm; Cent. I [H]

Fighting for Writing

When editors want something changed, how hard do writers fight to keep it...or not? K. Anderson, B. Linaweaver, L. Gilman, J. Minz, L. Diver; Sat 1:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

An Hour with Larry Niven [live dc tv]

Our literary Guest of Honor, Larry Niven, will talk about his life and works. V. Plexico, L. Niven; Sat 2:30 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

SciFi Jeopardy!

Host Van Plexico brings his knowledge of the genre to test yours. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place. V. Plexico; Sat 4:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

TOR to Come

Meet the editors at TOR and find out what’s coming up from this publisher. C. Eddy, (Diana M. Pho), S. Chang; Sat 5:30 pm; Reg. V [H]

Raising the Robot

Analyzes cautionary SF tales to examine of how we might and should approach our responsibilities to potential future artificial life forms. Wolven; Sat 7:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Human Wave SF

With so much pessimistic SF out there, we discuss optimistic SF and why there isn’t more of it. A. Martin; Sat 8:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

New Pulp, Old Pulp

Pulp fiction has been enjoying quite a resurgence recently. B. Nash, A. Taylor, V. Plexico, M. Maddox; Sat 10:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Sunday Titan, Wizard, and Demon

A discussion of the SF works of John Varley. V. Plexico; Sun 10:00 am; Embassy AB [H]

Fandom Then and Now

How fandom has changed, and how it remains the same. K. David, W. Martin; Sun 11:30 am; Embassy AB [H]

An Hour with Larry Niven

Our literary guest of honor, Larry Niven, talks about his life and work. L. Niven, C. Jackson; Sun 1:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

An Hour with Gene Wolfe

Grandmaster, Hugo winner writer Gene Wolfe has led a long and varied career in the field. G. Wolfe; Sun 2:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Baen Travelling Show and Prize Patrol!

Learn what is coming up and new at Baen Books. J. Minz, L. Haywood-Cory, G. Rinehart; Sun 2:30 pm; Reg. V [H]

Showcase: Michael Z. Williamson

Author Michael Z. Williamson talks about his work, life, and probably a few pointy things. M. Williamson; Sun 5:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

So the Future Happens...and it Sucks

Dystopian sf. There’s a lot out there. We talk about the best, worst and why is there so much of it? D. Gill, D. Peterfreund; Sun 7:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Teaching Science Fiction

When science fiction is taught in schools, what should or should not be included? Are there specific concerns teachers should keep in mind? J. Nye, M. McKinnon, F. Mendlesohn; Sun 8:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Showcase: S.M. Stirling

March through Georgia with this well known novelist. S. Stirling; Sun 10:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

Monday Time and the Novel

Time travel is a staple of science fiction. We discuss the best, the worst, and the different methods. J. Oliver; Mon 10:00 am; Embassy AB [H]

Ask Me Anything!

Bring the questions you haven’t asked yet or had forgotten about earlier. J. Ringo, R. Sawyer, T. Zahn, V. Plexico, M. Williamson; Mon 11:30 am; Cent. I [H]

Win, Lose, or Draw

A perennial favorite, and yes, there will be prizes. J. Ward; Mon 1:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

How to Be an SF Scholar?

Wolven; Mon 2:30 pm; Embassy AB [H]

The End

Tell the track what you liked, what worked, what didn’t, what you do not want to see ever again. Mon 4:00 pm; Embassy AB [H]

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Science (SCI) Friday The Genetics of X-Men

A discussion of the real science behind how some of your favourite mutant superpowers might work! D. Gibson; Fri 10:00 am; 202 [Hil]

The CDC Presents: Public Health and Social Media in the Digital Age

How the US government preps for pandemics and other health threats, with tools to help you minimize these threats and stay informed. A. Khan, D. Daigle, D. Swerdlow, J. Vaughan, P. Rollin; Fri 11:30 am; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Your Lying Eyes

You think in high resolution, but you don’t see in it. Discover how optical illusions show how much of your sight is really in your mind. Dr. S. Granade; Fri 7:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Polyamorists Next Door? Multiplepartner Families with Children

Cryonics: 2013 Updates and Open Discussion

Life, the Universe, and Everything (Sort of...)

Having your decapitated head stored in liquid nitrogen is only the second worst thing that can happen to you. Fri 10:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Fun in Fusion Research

Why music works for presenting science info, plus Emerald Rose’s Professor Boggs sings some science-y tunes. P. Boggs, D. Governor; Sat 11:30 am; 202 [Hil]

The Human Body: A Walking Petri Dish

A discussion of the microbiome, and how microbes influence everything from obesity to behavior. Fri 4:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Neurogenetics: Of Mice and Men

A discussion of how mice, as a model organism, have revolutionized our knowledge of neurogenetics. Fri 5:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

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DOOM! Chemical Warfare in the 20th Century

An introduction to the mechanisms and execution of chemical warfare agents, and what you should do if exposed. Sat 5:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

Saturday

An illuminating and humorous look at the ongoing quest to develop usable fusion power. Fri 2:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

Benevolent brainiacs brainstorm how to brace for badness and bypass bonehead blunders. C. Ramey, R. Altstatt; Sat 4:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Findings of a 15-year longitudinal sociological study of poly-amorous families with children. Fri 8:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

Personalized Genomics

Real-life uses of DNA sequencing in medical care, ancestry, and forensics. D. Gibson; Fri 1:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

DOOM! A Survival Guide

Science Through Songs

Facts, Figures, and Google: Is Teaching Dead?

Teachers, engineers, and scientists discuss how smart phones and instant tech change how we teach. D. Governor; Sat 1:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

DOOM! Evil Geniuses for a Better Tomorrow

Homebrew nuclear reactors! Liquid nitrogen kitchen recipes! Plus a new Evil Plan will be revealed! Dr. S. Granade, C. Ramey, R. Altstatt; Sat 2:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Modern cosmology in general and multiverse theory in particular, including evidence for and against; where the science ends and philosophy begins. Sat 7:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

DOOM! The Planet is Trying to Kill Me!

An introduction to the mechanics of earthquakes, tsunami, hurricanes, and other catastrophes. M. McKinnon; Sat 8:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

Kinky Science: What Health Professionals Need to Know About BDSM A clinical and sociological discussion of how to differentiate consensual power exchange from intimate partner violence. (Mature Audiences Only) Sat 10:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Sunday The Science of “Falling Skies”

Hollywood’s science adviser takes a closer look at the aliens and technology in the hit TV series. K. Grazier; Sun 10:00 am; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

DIY Science: Cooking Worlds for Family Science

Understand planetary science while making edible comets and other heavenly bodies using cake, frosting, and imagination. Dr. P. Gay; Sun 11:30 am; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Doctor Geek’s Lab Presents Science from Fiction!

It’s the 21st Century; where the @#$* are my flying car, robot butler, and ticket to the moon? D. Viguié, D. Viguié; Sun 1:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Creationism and Intelligent Design

See Skeptics Track panel for details. Sun 2:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

DIY Science: Get Your Science On!

The new field of Citizen Science: Projects to get you started, how they work, and what you learn by participating. Dr. P. Gay, M. McKinnon; Sun 4:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Why Everything You Know About Quantum Mechanics Is Wrong

Looking at the misuse of “quantum” in scifi and what the field really says about our universe. Sun 5:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

Replicators and Soylent Green

Discussion of the trends of resource availability in American sci-fi film and TV themes. Sun 7:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

DIY Science: Hacking the Atom!

Live demo of homebrew equipment you can build for high-energy physics experiments, including a real nuclear fusion reactor. C. Ramey; Sun 8:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

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DIY Science: Hacking 201—the Science Track Version

All night Q&A session plus hands-on workshop and demos. C. Ramey; Sun 10:00 pm; 202 [Hil]; 4 Hrs

Kinky Sex Makes the World Go ‘Round

A frank discussion of shifting clinical definitions and redefinitions of “normal” as it relates to everyone’s favorite pastime. (Mature Audiences Only) Sun 11:30 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Monday Helping Your Young Evil Genius Dominate the Science Fair

An experienced teacher who produces state science fair winners each year shares tips and tricks for creating a winning project. P. Boggs, D. Governor; Mon 10:00 am; 202 [Hil]

NGSS and STEM: Educational Standards

What students, parents, and educators need to know about the Next Generation Science Standards. P. Boggs, D. Governor; Mon 11:30 am; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Gravitational Wave Detectors vs Furries

Transhumanist Open Discussion: Better Living Through Technology!

The pros and cons of directed evolution and transformation of the human race via emerging technologies. Mon 4:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

Silk Road: Asian Cinema and Culture (SILK) Friday Kumihimo Circle

Supplies and instructions provided. Meet other enthusiasts and open discussion. Fri 10:00 am; Piedmont [H]

History of Persian Court Dance

An exploration of the history of dance in the lands of Central Asia ruled by the Persian Empire, including its roots in shamanism and Sufism. Fri 11:30 am; Piedmont [H]

Persian Court Dance Class

Instruction in Persian Court dance, which is more expressive and improvisational than some other styles. Fri 1:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Origami for Beginners

Learn the ancient art of paper folding and transform paper into sculpture. No experience required. Fri 2:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

The trials and tribulations of operating supersensitive detectors and how to cope with the “Furry Little Problem” (and other things). E. Macdonald; Mon 1:00 pm; 202 [Hil]

ABJD Photography

Whatever Happened to “The Six Million Dollar Man?”

Lolita Transformation

The current state-of-the-art in “bionics” and brain-activated prosthetics. T. Roberts; Mon 2:30 pm; 202 [Hil]

Learn techniques used to photograph Asian Ball Jointed Dolls (ABJD), light modification, and post process. Fri 4:00 pm; Piedmont [H] See how “normal” girls are changed into Lolitas before your eyes, demonstration by Frill. Fri 5:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

K-pop Videos

Korean music videos from different artists and styles ranging from reggae and hiphop to dance and pop. Fri 7:00 pm; Piedmont [H]

Japanese Kimono

History and examples of this garment that was part of everyday life in Japan until the ‘60s. Fri 8:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

Hibakusha

Animated film based on the survival story of a Hiroshima resident, directed by Steve Nguyen and Choz Belen. Fri 10:00 pm; Piedmont [H]

East Meets West Film

“Keye Luke,” a documentary about the groundbreaking Asian American actor, and “Tears of the Black Tiger,” a Thai revisionist Western. Fri 11:30 pm; Piedmont [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Saturday Sabutai Musashi: Ninkage-ryu Demo

Grandmaster Musashi uses a variety of weapons and implements to demonstrate the Japanese martial arts style Ninkage-ryu. S. Musashi; Sat 11:30 am; Intl. N [H]

Silk Road Expo

A fan based performance exposition based on the arts of the Silk Road, past and present, both historical and imagined. Phoenicia; Sat 4:00 pm; Intl. S [H]

Falun Gong

Learn about Falun Gong a spiritual practice following principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. D. Guo; Sat 5:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

Chinese Belly Dance Movie

“My Mother is a Belly Dancer” 06: Chinese housewives and how their lives evolve while they learn belly dance. Sat 7:00 pm; Piedmont [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Adult Origami

Learn to fold some naughty bits out of paper to impress your friends. No prior experience necessary. (Mature Audiences Only) Sat 10:00 pm; Piedmont [H]

J-Horror

Four chilling tales into the mind of madness “Rampo Noir”: Mars Canal, Mirror Hell, Caterpillar, Crawling Bugs. (Mature Audiences Only) Sat 11:30 pm; Piedmont [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Sabuti Musashi Q&A

Master Tai and his staff discuss martial arts. S. Musashi; Sat 1:00 pm; Piedmont [H]

Modular Origami for Beginners

Make 3D shapes out of paper with unit origami and combine simple-to-make units to create complex objects. Sat 2:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

Sunday Maedeup

Asian knotwork class with written and demonstrated instructions for simple knots used in Asian jewelry and decor. Sun 10:00 am; Piedmont [H]

Hallyu: K-Drama

Overview of Korean Wave from the drama perspective, starting with 02’s Winter Sonata. Sun 11:30 am; Piedmont [H]

Pocket Program 99


Chinese Folklore

Godzilla Theater 3000

Orientalism: Facts and Fictions

Eastern Lit

How folklore effects today’s comics, anime, manga and movies in China, past and present. D. Guo; Sun 1:00 pm; Piedmont [H] A presentation about the historical and creative legacy behind this school of art. A. Peacemaker; Sun 2:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

Japanese Street Fashion

How Lolita and other Japanese street fashion has evolved, brought to you by “Frill”. Sun 4:00 pm; Piedmont [H]

Sabutai Musashi: Ninkage-ryu Demo

Grandmaster Musashi uses a variety of weapons and implements to demonstrate the Japanese martial arts style Ninkage-ryu. S. Musashi; Sun 5:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Sabuti Musashi Q&A

Master Tai and his staff discuss martial arts. S. Musashi; Sun 7:00 pm; Piedmont [H]

The Good, the Bad, the Weird

Comedy set in alternate Manchuria. A bounty hunter, an assassin, and a thief seek treasure with bandits, gangsters, and the Japanese army. Sun 8:30 pm; Piedmont [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Chinese Odyssey 2002

Comedy, love, martial arts, and satire, set in an anachronistic Ming Dynasty with a genderbending twist. Sun 11:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

The longest running film series in movie history! Movie screening, puzzle, and door prizes. Mon 11:30 am; Piedmont [H]; 2.5 Hrs Open discussion and reviewing of literature from and about the Middle to Far East. Mon 2:30 pm; Piedmont [H]

Skeptics (SKEP) Friday Skeptrack Kick Off 2013

A panel of some of our skeptic guests discusses who skeptics are and some of their passions and issues. B. Radford, B. Brushwood, N. Eftimiades, J. Hotchkiss; Fri 10:00 am; 204207 [Hil]

Secrets of Skeptic History

Find out what Mythbusters technology was invented by a famous skeptic and other bizarre tales from the history of skepticism. T. Farley; Fri 11:30 am; 204-207 [Hil]

Why Mensa Will Never Solve World Hunger

A discussion of the difference between intelligence and rationality: how to make use of knowledge and be more rational. B. Drescher; Fri 1:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Don’t Panic! Again... Monday Lolita Breakfast

Bring your muffins, tea, and event calendars to meet with your Loli friends and find out what coming up next. Mon 10:00 am; Piedmont [H] 100

The internet can cause people to panic over many things. Find out why some of the “big” things might not be THAT bad after all. B. Radford, N. Eftimiades, N. Gugliucci, J. Strickland, A. Khan, D. Daigle; Fri 2:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

It’s Not News, It’s Fark

How mass media tries to pass off crap as news. D. Curtis; Fri 4:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Every Skeptic Has a Story

A personal journey story from being baptized Catholic to becoming a skeptic. F. Nurse; Fri 5:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Skepticism 101

How to think like a scientist about god, aliens, conspiracies, the occult, and the paranormal. D. Shermer; Fri 7:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

A Quest For Fact, Truth, and Fun

The uncovered secrets of how this TV creator’s career dovetails with his passion for science, fact, and how things work. J. Hotchkiss; Sat 4:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Morality?

A discussion between two prominent skeptics on how science should deal with the issue of morality. D. Shermer, M. Pigliucci; Sat 5:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Fictional Writing and Skepticism

Science, Pseudoscience, and All That Jazz

Quiz-O-Tron 2000

Brian Brushwood’s Bizarre Magic

A few top authors, who are also Skeptics, discuss what effect their personal skepticism has on their writings. M. Stackpole, G. Martin, T. Merritt; Fri 8:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil] Rebecca Watson’s science-themed quiz show! P. Plait, D. Curtis, R. Watson, J. Scrimshaw, J. Hotchkiss; Fri 10:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Saturday You Might Be a Crank If…

How people can believe in pseudoscience, fail to believe in actual science, and in both cases be annoying cranks. Dr. P. Gay; Sat 1:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

The Moral Arc of Science

How science has bent the arc of the moral universe toward truth, justice, freedom, and prosperity. D. Shermer; Sat 2:30 pm; 204207 [Hil]

From anti-vaccination to denial of rising global temperatures, pseudoscience is all over modern society. M. Pigliucci; Sat 7:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil] This magician will stick nails in his eyes, break bricks over his head, even remove organs from volunteers. B. Brushwood; Sat 8:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

The Quantifiable Benefit of Firebrand Atheism

Using numbers, correlations, and trends to defend “in your face” atheism. D. Silverman; Sat 10:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Sunday Skepticism and Critical Thinking in the Classroom

How teachers of all grades can incorporate and adapt lessons using free materials provided by the James Randi Educational Foundation. B. Drescher; Sun 10:00 am; 204-207 [Hil]

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Why Skepticism Matters

Paranormalists claim to help those in need, but hucksters often prey on the most vulnerable. We discuss why this should be a priority for all. D. Grothe; Sun 11:30 am; 204-207 [Hil]

Weird Mysteries: Applying Science to the Paranormal

How good is the scientific evidence for paranormal claims? How does a sciencebased investigator approach mysteries and separate fact from fiction? B. Radford; Sun 1:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Creationism and Intelligent Design

Who keeps pushing the anti-science, why they do it, how you can fight back, and how to debunk ideas that won’t die. D. Shermer, M. Pigliucci; Sun 2:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

The Brilliant Scam of Religion in Politics

How those who stand for science, evidence, and reason can get our policies and politicians back on the right track. Sun 4:00 pm; 204207 [Hil]

From Science Fiction to Reality

A discussion of what the world will be like in centuries to come and the key technologies that are changing our world. N. Eftimiades; Sun 5:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Talking Science and Critical Thinking Online

In what ways are we able to spread information about science and skepticism using art, comedy, and new media? D. Curtis, R. Watson, J. Scrimshaw, N. Gugliucci; Sun 7:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Limits of Skepticism

Should skepticism stick with addressing pseudoscience, bunkum, and conspiracy theories, or should it also critically analyze religious claims? Dr. P. Gay, D. Grothe, M. Pigliucci, F. Nurse; Sun 8:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

American Freethought LIVE!

A live recording of the podcast that serves free thinkers of every stripe. J. Snider; Sun 10:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Monday Kids in Poly Families

An examination of false assumptions in judicial decisions about polygamous families. Mon 10:00 am; 204-207 [Hil]

Martin Gardner: Skeptic Supreme

Personal reminiscences of the legacy of puzzle expert and rationality champion Martin Gardner, who had a major role in the founding of CSI. Mon 11:30 am; 204-207 [Hil]

Pseudolaw

Denialists and conspiracists aren’t just in classrooms; they’re in courtrooms, too. Mon 1:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

IIG Paranormal Challenge Demo

Think you have paranormal or psychic abilities? Come to the IIG demonstration and see how you may be able to win cash from the IIG. Mon 2:30 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Wrap-Up and Feedback

A discussion about the past weekend. D. Grothe, F. Nurse, N. Eftimiades, D. Silverman, J. Hotchkiss; Mon 4:00 pm; 204-207 [Hil]

Space (SPACE) Friday LiftPort Rises from the Ashes

After a few years in hibernation, LiftPort, the space elevator group, is back. M. Laine; Fri 10:00 am; 309-310 [Hil]

Solar Telescope

See the closest star to planet Earth, with all its prominences and sunspots, and maybe even a solar flare. (Weather Permitting) S. Ramsden; Fri 10:00 am; 3rd Floor Pool Deck [Hil]; 7 Hrs

Tales From the Troops: Life and Times at JPL

Information and stories about some of your favorite space missions and news on future ones. T. Ray, K. Steadman, S. Milkovich, S. Edgington; Fri 11:30 am; 309-310 [Hil]

Don’t Call Me Dear, Call Me PhD.octor

The good, the bad, and how to survive and thrive as a female scientist or engineer. Dr. P. Gay, S. Milkovich, E. Macdonald, N. Gugliucci; Fri 1:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

XCor: Another Vision of Commercial Space

XCor develops rocket-powered spacecraft and the engines that drive them and has a commercial space vision quite different from SpaceX. Fri 2:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

You Won’t Go Crazy—the Radiation Will Kill You First

Radiation is everywhere and of all kinds! It even has its uses but solar radiation and manned missions to Mars? Big Problems! R. Altstatt; Fri 4:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Incoming! There’s an Asteroid With Earth’s Name on It

Russia’s recent Tunguska-like event has made the danger of an asteroid strike very real, even to Congress. P. Plait, M. McKinnon; Fri 5:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Curiosity, Year 1

The Mars Science Laboratory has been on the Red Planet over a year. What has it discovered and what have we learned? S. Milkovich; Fri 7:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Will Reusable Launch Vehicles Ever Be a Reality?

After multiple programs, numerous failures, and billions of dollars invested, this system remains more science fiction then science fact. Dr. J. Bradford; Fri 8:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

The Future of Military Space

A discussion of the National Security Space Program, technologies on the drawing board, and the program’s future. N. Eftimiades; Fri 8:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

The Arps: When Bad Things Happen to Good Galaxies

We like the TinkerBell Triplet. Arps are a collection of known colliding galaxies, and Dr. Keel loves colliding galaxies. B. Keel; Fri 10:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Live Astronomy

An astronomical tour of the universe via “TeleAstronomy,” using large telescopes in Arizona and Chile. B. Keel, R. Kilgard; Fri 11:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]; 4 Hrs

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Saturday Project Icarus: Sending a Probe to Another Star!

Launched by the British Interplanetary Society, this international volunteer theoretical engineering study will design an interstellar spacecraft. Sat 10:00 am; 309-310 [Hil]

Solar Telescope

See the closest star to planet Earth, with all its prominences and sunspots, and maybe even a solar flare. (Weather Permitting) S. Ramsden; Sat 10:00 am; 3rd Floor Pool Deck [Hil]; 7 Hrs

How and Why of NASA’s Asteroid Retrieval Mission Plans

A discussion of the pros, cons, and system requirements for this proposed mission. Dr. J. Bradford; Sat 11:30 am; 309-310 [Hil]

Voorwerpjes Science: Fading Light Echoes

Hanny’s Voorwerp discovery keeps yielding new research and new science discoveries. A graphic anthology is available. B. Keel; Sat 1:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Mysterious Titan

A discussion of Saturn’s largest moon, which is bigger than the planet Mercury and has an atmosphere denser than Earth’s. T. Ray; Sat 2:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

The New NASA: Prize Money for Tech Solutions

Learn about the Sample Return Robot Challenge and future competitions in the interest of furthering science. S. Ortega; Sat 2:30 pm; Savannah 1-3 [S]

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The Wide Divide of Commercial Space

SpaceX, XCor, Orbital, and VirginGalatic are making the news, but commercial space isn’t a recent invention. S. Ortega, J. Kalmanson, P. Kalmanson; Sat 4:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Live Astronomy

An astronomical tour of the universe via “TeleAstronomy,” using large telescopes in Arizona and Chile. B. Keel, R. Kilgard; Sat 11:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]; 4 Hrs

A Change in Plans: LiftPort Goes Lunar

LiftPort is back, and dreams of the space elevator live, but with an unexpected change of location. M. Laine; Sat 5:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

132 (Confirmed) + 3,216 (Possible) = Kepler Telescope Legacy

The Kepler Telescope may be beyond repair, but with 132 planets confirmed and 3,216 more prospects, its legacy is resounding success. Dr. P. Gay, N. Gugliucci; Sat 7:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

GRBs: Astronomy’s Hottest Topic

If Earth ever takes a direct strike from a gamma-ray burst within our own galaxy, we’re likely to be toast. E. Macdonald; Sat 8:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Sunday Sun Cycles

Learn how the sun’s cycles of activity every 11 years affects future cycles and Earth. S. Ramsden; Sun 10:00 am; 309-310 [Hil]

Solar Telescope

See the closest star to planet Earth, with all its prominences and sunspots, and maybe even a solar flare. (Weather Permitting) S. Ramsden; Sun 10:00 am; 3rd Floor Pool Deck [Hil]; 7 Hrs

10 (or so) Amazing Facts About Our Solar System

How to Service Your Satellite

Learn more about the remarkable system of planets, moons, asteroids, and comets in which Earth resides, all dominated by one star. P. Plait; Sun 11:30 am; 309-310 [Hil]

The Kevin and Phil Show

A launch from Earth is simple compared to the planning, designing, and building that precedes it. J. Kalmanson, P. Kalmanson; Sun 1:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Space debris, CMEs, and age are constant hazards, but advanced technology allows satellites to be serviced from Earth. J. Kalmanson, P. Kalmanson; Sat 10:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil] “Space in the Time of Sequester”: The fabulous space duo takes on a serious subject in their own witty and wondrous way. P. Plait, K. Grazier; Sat 10:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Launching is Easy! It’s Getting to Launch That’s Really Hard

You Can’t Get There From Here

Jump in that rocketship and fly directly wherever you want... never mind about orbital trajectories, velocities, and gravity wells. Dr. S. Granade; Sun 2:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Here We Go Probing the Solar System

Earthlings are a curious bunch. To learn more about our Solar System, we send out probes. Lots of them. B. Keel; Sun 4:00 pm; 309310 [Hil]

Mars: Our Ever-changing Understanding of the Red Planet

A look at the past, present, and future of Mars from a geologic viewpoint. S. Milkovich; Sun 5:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

To Land and Rove or Fly and Spy

Planning and operations differ between missions with wheels on the ground and those with cameras in orbit. K. Steadman; Sun 7:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Storms and Vortices

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, Saturn’s Great White Spot, Neptune’s winds: Earth’s storms have nothing on the Gas Giants. S. Edgington; Sun 8:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Secret Lives of Moons

Our Solar System is filled with Moons, each different, and many help shape the solar system as we know it. N. Gugliucci; Sun 10:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Voyager Asked, Cassini Answered

Voyagers I and II flew by Saturn taking pictures, but it took 23 years and the Cassini probe to begin to get answers. T. Ray; Sun 11:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Live Astronomy

An astronomical tour of the universe via “TeleAstronomy,” using large telescopes in Arizona and Chile. B. Keel, R. Kilgard; Mon 12:30 am; 309-310 [Hil]; 4 Hrs

Dragon Con 2013


Monday

Star Wars (SW)

NASA MAKE: Kid’s Work(Fun)shop

The hit workshop from last year is back, with hover board. 90 mins. S. Ortega; Mon 9:30 am; 309-310 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Solar Telescope

See the closest star to planet Earth, with all its prominences and sunspots, and maybe even a solar flare. (Weather Permitting) S. Ramsden; Mon 10:00 am; 3rd Floor Pool Deck [Hil]; 5.5 Hrs

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Cassini and Then Some!

Three years into the Solstice Mission, panelists discuss and answer questions about Cassini. T. Ray, K. Steadman, S. Edgington; Mon 11:30 am; 309-310 [Hil]

Where Have the Great Space Observatories Gone?

With only Hubble and Chandra fully operational in space, can the new land-based telescopes be as good? B. Keel; Mon 1:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Every Decision Gives Birth in the Multiverse!

Calling them branes or parallel worlds may identify the theory, but it’s still all about multiple universes. Dr. P. Gay; Mon 2:30 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Cratering the Moon Landing Hoax

Seven percent of Americans think NASA faked it. See that myth debunked and learn how to evaluate conspiracy theories. Mon 4:00 pm; 309-310 [Hil]

Friday Welcome/Meet the FanGroups

Meet track staff and ask questions to the 501st, Rebel Legion, Mandalorian Mercs, The Dark Empire, and The Jedi Assembly. Fri 10:00 am; A706 [M]

Star Wars: The Old Republic - Fan Meetup

This is the FREE MMORPG you’re looking for! Your SWatDC staff hands it over to the experts for this meet and greet. Fri 11:30 am; Grand Salon E [Hil]

Intro to the EU

Podcasters and Star Wars experts help sift through the vastness of the Expanded Universe. Fri 1:00 pm; A706 [M]

What We Know About Episode VII Thus Far

Rumors, theories, confirmed details, wishes, hopes, and fears about the new movie. B. Young; Fri 2:30 pm; A706 [M]

Meet the Stars of SW, Across the Generations

The actors who portrayed Young Boba, Lando, and Grievous share many different experiences, but one common theme. D. Logan, M. Wood, B. Williams; Fri 4:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

New York Jedi Saber Fights

Come see the NY Jedi demonstrate their acting and fighting abilities. Perfect for the kiddies! New York Jedi; Fri 5:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Your Favorite SW Authors

Meet the Stars of The Clone Wars

Setup/LightSpeed Dating Registrations

Costuming Insights

An Hour with InkMaster’s Sarah Miller

Blogs, Podcasting, Vidding, and FanFic

You love them. We love them. They’ll be on hand to take questions! A. Allston, K. Anderson, M. Stackpole, T. Zahn, B. Young; Fri 7:00 pm; A706 [M] Scan the QR Code or register on our laptops to participate in our Speed Dating Event! Fri 9:00 pm; A601-A602 [M] A chat with the artist known for her television work, her SW tattoos, her graphic designs, and other artwork. Fri 8:30 pm; A706 [M]

Lightspeed Dating

Come meet the love of your life(?)! Gay, Straight, Bi, we don’t care, we’ll have a circle for you! (Mature Audiences Only) Fri 10:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Saturday Photo-Ops

We know the parade runs long, and our SW friends are normally towards the end. Come hang out in the room and maybe snag some pics as the parade ends. Sat 11:30 am; A706 [M]

Stage Fighting Interactive Demonstration

An interactive session aimed at kids about the work that goes into creating choreographed fights for TV. Sat 1:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Race of the Tauntauns/Pod Race

Talk to Boba Fett, Kit Fisto, Droids, Grievous, Bail Organa, Poggle the Lessor, and Wat Tambor. D. Logan, M. Wood, P. LaMarr; Sat 4:00 pm; Cent. I [H] Weathering armor, making Jawas sound realistic, and other secrets from master costumers. Sat 5:30 pm; A706 [M]

Favorite sources for new material, new interviews, and of course all of the latest news will be on hand. B. Young; Sat 7:00 pm; A706 [M]

Alderaan Set-up/Trivia Qualifying

Take the qualifying test to see if you are the SW Trivia master. Sat 8:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Last Party on Alderaan

DC’s Premiere House/Dance/Pop Party phenomenon! Let’s dance and party like it’s the end of the world! (Mature Audiences Only) Sat 10:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]; 5.5 Hrs

Sunday Youngling Saber School

The NY Jedi will be returning to teach the younglings how to master basic saber skills. Parental supervision required. Foam Lightsabers provided. New York Jedi; Sun 10:00 am; Reg. V [H]

Tauntaun Sack Race for the young at heart. During the Tauntaun Race, kids can make cardboard pods for the pod race. Spectators welcome. Sat 2:30 pm; Skyline, 10th Floor [M]

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Where are the Women and Minorities in SW?

Technology of SW Warfare

A discussion of the role of women and miniorities in the Star Wars universe. Sun 11:30 am; A706 [M]

A discussion of the power behind the Death Star, Star Destroyers, Star Fighters, the Millennium Falcon, Lightsabers, and the Ewoks. Sun 8:30 pm; A706 [M]

SW Costume Contest

Adult Themes in Sci-fi

Pre-Judging Fri 4-7; Sat 1-5 in A706. Come Padmés, Sith, Jedi, troopers, and whatever else you can come up with! Always an awesome sight! Sun 1:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Star Wars Trivia Contest

For the fans who think they know more about Star Wars than anyone else. (Qualifying test Sat 8:30 p.m.) Sun 2:30 pm; A706 [M]

Meet the Stars of Star Wars

You loved them in Episodes II, III, V, and VI, so bring them your best questions for this session. D. Logan, M. Wood, B. Young, B. Williams; Sun 4:00 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Zahn, Stackpole, and Allston: Conspiring For Fun and Profit

Discussion of how authors working together in the Extended Universe brainstorm and support each another’s characters and plots. A. Allston, M. Stackpole, T. Zahn; Sun 5:30 pm; A706 [M]

Farewell Clone Wars, Hello Rebels

A retrospective of Clone Wars, which won an Emmy and changed the cartoon genre, and a welcome to the new Rebels. Sun 7:00 pm; A706 [M]

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Discussions of all things dirty in your favorite sci-fi. Prepare to laugh, be grossed out, and be shocked. (Mature Audiences Only) Sun 10:00 pm; A601-A602 [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, a New Hope

A dramatic reading, or least discussion, of Ian Doescher’s “William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, a New Hope.” Mon 11:30 am; A706 [M]

Anakin’s Fall and Order 66

A roundtable discussion for conspiracy theorists: Was Anakin’s Fall believable? How long was Order 66 programmed? Mon 1:00 pm; A706 [M]

How Important is Continuity?

A discussion of how, and if, events from different SW canons fit together. A. Allston, M. Stackpole, B. Young; Mon 2:30 pm; A706 [M]

Order 66/Closing

Another year in the bag. What did you love? What did you hate? Feedback is the key here! Mon 4:00 pm; A706 [M]

StarGate Multiverse (SGM) Friday Welcome to the Multiverse!

Opening Panel and discussion of weekend activities to come. Fri 10:00 am; Intl. F-H [W]

The Asgard: What a Bunch of #^*%@

Little gray guardian angels, or little gray sociopaths? Fri 11:30 am; Intl. F-H [W]

Stargate Summit

Gathering of guests from the Stargate Multiverse. C. Judge, L. Ferreira, A. Zahara, D. Payne, J. Spence, T. Rothery, M. Pileggi; Fri 1:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Richard Dean Anderson [live dc tv]

The return of RDA in a solo panel. Fri 2:30 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Development of the SGC Through the Years

Explore the changing role of StarGate Command throughout the 17 seasons of Stargate. D. Viguié; Fri 4:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

SGMT Charity Night Event

Games, Pub Trivia, Green Screen Photos, and this year, The Ken Spivey Band! And don’t forget, you never know who will show up to party with us. K. Spivey, The Ken Spivey Band; Fri 8:30 pm; Plaza Ballroom [W]; 4 Hrs

Saturday Making Love in the Stargate: Relationships in the Multiverse

Regardless of what ‘ship you sail, we explore the gender relations and couplings both canon and imagined within the SG Multiverse. K. Spivey; Sat 11:30 am; Intl. F-H [W]

The Master of Disasters Returns

Boom, crash, BANG! Welcome Mika back to the controlled chaos that is the SGMT, and learn all about the science behind Stargate. M. McKinnon; Sat 1:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

A Brush with Destiny

Who You Callin’ a Villain?!?

Between stops for Air, Light, and Water, the Destiny crew takes time to come and say hello. L. Ferreira, O. Grauer; Sat 2:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Exploring Folklore in Stargate

Dr. Geek has been called this generation’s Mr. Wizard. See why in this live podcast. K. Spivey, M. McKinnon, D. Viguié; Sat 4:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

The Wraith were rudely awakened from a nap and in need of a good snack, and the Ori were just trying to bring a little religion to the party. Fri 5:30 pm; Intl. F-H [W] A discussion of the themes from Norse, Egyptian, and Arthurian legends that dominated in SG. Fri 7:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

Dr. Geek’s Laboratory Live! Podcast

SG-1 Reunion

One-hour guest panel with the crew that started it all. C. Judge, R. Anderson, D. Payne, T. Rothery; Sat 5:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

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Costume Building Basics

From cardboard and duct tape BDUs to full wraith prosthetics, we’ve seen just about everything. Sat 7:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

Stargate: Interactive!

This audience participation event combines the best parts of Rocky Horror Picture Show, MST3K, and Stargate. Sat 8:30 pm; Intl. F-H [W]; 2.5 Hrs

Late Night at Brody’s

Super Pint Bros and friends discuss ethanolbased libations of the SG and other sci-fi universes. 21+ Sat 11:30 pm; Intl. F-H [W]; 2.5 Hrs

Sunday SG Writers Unite!

If you enjoy writing those stories that never got told while SG was on the air, this is the panel for you. Sun 10:00 am; Intl. F-H [W]

Archaeology of Stargate

Dig deeper with Doctor Geek into the science behind Daniel Jackson’s miraculous discoveries. D. Viguié; Sun 11:30 am; Intl. F-H [W]

Return of: Where are They Now?

Miss seeing your favorite actors on screen in Stargate? Come look into where you can see them now that the iris is closed. Sun 1:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

When Stargate Worlds Collide

Visit with SG-1, Atlantis, and Universe all in the same hour. C. Judge, L. Ferreira, T. Rothery, M. Pileggi, O. Grauer; Sun 2:30 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Don S. Davis Memorial Charity Auction

Stargate Multiverse Track at Dragon Con is proud to present the Don S. Davis Memorial Charity Auction, now in its sixth year. A. Zahara, D. Payne; Sun 4:00 pm; Hanover C-E [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Monday 5th Annual Hangover Panel!!

Join the grand tradition of our Monday Morning opening panel after staying up a little late all weekend as we bid our guests adieu for 2013. C. Judge, L. Ferreira, A. Zahara, D. Payne, J. Spence, T. Rothery, O. Grauer; Mon 10:00 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

The Staff Weapon: Martial Masculinity in Stargate

Go beyond the fangirling and into the deeper motivations behind the characters and their motivations. K. Spivey; Mon 11:30 am; Intl. F-H [W]

Your God is an Alien: Religion as Mythos in Stargate

The Goa’uld and Ori preyed on their subjects through claims of deity, but what is the bigger story being told through these cultures? K. Spivey; Mon 1:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

Real vs Reel Military in Science Fiction

Explore the similarities and differences between fact and fiction in the Stargate Military Multiverse. Mon 2:30 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

So Long, and Farewell

Closing Panel, and what we can expect for Stargate’s 20th Anniversary in 2014! Mon 4:00 pm; Intl. F-H [W]

Tolkien’s Middle-earth (TOLK) Friday Middle-earth Primer

Meet the track staff and fellow fans, get your social media ready, get an overview, and gear up for an amazing weekend. Fri 10:00 am; L401-L403 [M]

The Hobbit: A Latter Day Legendary Saga

An exploration of the strong ties The Hobbit has to ancient sagas in surprising ways. Fri 11:30 am; L401-L403 [M]

Hobbit Heroes and Villains [live dc tv]

Favorite dwarven actors and Azog the Goblin shed light on the experience of making “The Hobbit.” G. McTavish, W. Kircher, M. Bennett; Fri 1:00 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

Smaug Con: Tokien and His Dragons

Celebrate the danger and deviousness of the dragons of Middle-earth. J. Murray; Fri 2:30 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Costumes: How to Create a Dwarf— BASIC

How to choose a dwarf to costume (including dwarven body types), find references and fabrics, budget, cover the details, and make a plan. Fri 4:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Costumes: How to Create a Dwarf— ADVANCED

How to take your dwarf from good to great with weathering, hair and prosthetics, leatherwork, props, and finished supplies. Fri 5:30 pm; L401-L403 [M]

An Evening at Bree

Annual Dragon Con and Tolkien tradition; An evening to dance, transporting us to Middleearth, costumes contest, and music. Emerald Rose, greendragon; Fri 8:30 pm; Cent. I [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Saturday Two Half Men and a Wizard [live dc tv]

After spending years to make The Hobbit, we will look for the humor and fun of making movies and history in New Zealand. S. McCoy, G. McTavish, W. Kircher; Sat 11:30 am; Cent. II-III [H]

The Silmarillion for Dummies

Tolkien’s dense mythology is dissected and made easy for everybody, including maps, images, charts, and timelines for dummies. Sat 1:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Battle-ready Hobbits: Scouring of the Shire, What Could Have Been

Frodo as Warrior Prince? Almost! Discover Tolkien’s surprising first vision for the Hobbits’ homecoming! C. Wagner; Sat 2:30 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Middle-earth and Hogwarts

A discussion about two of the most popular fantasy books ever, exploring what’s different, and what’s the same. M. Martinez, M.B. Weston, F. Mendlesohn, C. Wagner, greendragon; Sat 4:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Hobbit: One Book, Three Movies

Insider info from TheOneRing.net on the adaptation process of bringing the Hobbit to the screen and its ties with LOTR and its source material. greendragon; Sat 5:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

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DJ Middle-earth’s Dance Party

High-tech, high-energy club scene set to Middle-earth images. Elves never knew how to do this! Sat 10:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Hobbit Drinking Songs!

Imagine the scent warm pipes and strong ale as you share in some of the most popular hobbit drinking songs. BYOB. Brobdingnagian Bards; Sun 7:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Middle-earth Fan Films Sunday Inspired by Tolkien

Pending discussion with Wagner. C. Wagner; Sun 10:00 am; L401-L403 [M]

Thorin Oakenshield in Book and Film

A careful look at his names, origins, history, and then a bit about how the movie has adapted aspects of Thorin’s character. Sun 11:30 am; L401-L403 [M]

Previewing The Desolation of Smaug

TheOneRing.net delivers a very un-official preview of the second Hobbit film, The Desolation of Smaug. greendragon; Sun 1:00 pm; Cent. I [H]

A Visual Journey Through Middle-earth

A chronological collection of Jef Murray’s sketches and paintings from the first through the fourth ages of Middle-earth. J. Murray; Sun 2:30 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Aragorn Loves Arwen (And Frodo Knows Why!)

Hold hands with your hobbit honey at our intimate talk on love, marriage, and destiny in Middle-earth! C. Wagner; Sun 4:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Two Mighty Dwarves

Without spoiling anything, our guests talk about two films yet to come. Lots of Q&A. G. McTavish, W. Kircher; Sun 5:30 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M] 106

A look at the many Middle-earth fan films and tips to help you get started on your own! Sun 8:30 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Monday Hobbit Guests Talk Tolkien and Beyond

Goodbye—Into the West

Decompression from all the Tolkien Track. Taking suggestions, ways to improve for 2014, photos, social media and a big group high five! Mon 4:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

Trek Track (TREK) Friday Opening Ceremonies

Meet the volunteer staff as we go over over what is in store this year. Fri 10:00 am; Athens [S]

How much class can one stage hold? We discuss life in and beyond Middle-earth with three diverse performers. S. McCoy, G. McTavish, W. Kircher; Mon 10:00 am; Cent. II-III [H]

Star Trek Over The Years

Tolkien and the U.K.

The Legendary George Takei looks back over his career as the fearless “Mr. Sulu”. G. Takei, G. Wang; Fri 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Connecting J.R.R. Tolkien and his homeland, we examine how the U.K. played a central part of the creation of Middle-earth. Mon 11:30 am; L401-L403 [M]

ARTC Performs the Scouring of the Shire

A dramatic live voiced performance of Tolkien’s “The Scouring of the Shire,” a track tradition. Atlanta Radio Theatre Company; Mon 1:00 pm; L401-L403 [M]

New Zealand is Middle-earth

For book and film lovers alike, the landscapes of New Zealand have captivated audiences. See the island nation in a visual tour. Mon 2:30 pm; L401-L403 [M]

A look at how Star Trek has evolved over the years, from TOS to Star Trek: Into Darkness. Fri 11:30 am; Athens [S]

Sulu Solo [rebroadcast dc tv]

Enterprise’s Dominic Keating

D. Keating; Fri 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine [rebroadcast dc tv]

Q&A with some of the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine crew. G. Wang, A. Brooks, C. Lofton, T. Farrell; Fri 2:30 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

The Writing: Sarek

Peter S. Beagle looks back at writing for Star Trek: The Next Generation, and his other works. P. Beagle; Fri 4:00 pm; Athens [S]

History of the Federation (Pre-reboot)

A look at the formation and growth of the United Federation of Planets. Fri 5:30 pm; Athens [S]

TNG Q&A

Guests from The Next Generation share their experiences. J. de Lancie, G. Wang, M. Dorn, M. Sirtis; Fri 5:30 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

Trek Trivia

Compete with other Star Trek fans for special prize and title of DC Trek Geek 2013! Fri 7:00 pm; Athens [S]

Klingon Karaoke

TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO SING! Singing in Klingon is an option but not required. Brought to you by Colonel Keela zantai-Septaric. Fri 8:30 pm; Athens [S]; 5.5 Hrs

Vic Mignogna: Star Trek

A screening of the pilot episode of Star Trek Continues, the new web series, followed by a Q&A with the executive producer/director. V. Mignogna; Fri 8:30 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Saturday William Shatner [rebroadcast dc tv]

William Shatner looks back over his career and his time as the legendary Captain James T. Kirk. W. Shatner; Sat 11:30 am; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Guests from the Next Generation

J. de Lancie, G. Wang, B. Spiner, M. Dorn, M. Sirtis; Sat 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

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Farragut Films Q&A

Farragut Films discusses the costumes, sets, people, and partnerships of Trek web series Starship Farragut and Star Trek Continues Sat 2:30 pm; Athens [S]

Philosophical Readings of Star Trek

Paying homage to Star Trek’s philosophical heritage, presenters investigate questions of ethics, identity, and aesthetics. Wolven; Sat 4:00 pm; Athens [S]

George Takei

Another hour with George Takei as he answers questions about his time as Mr. Sulu. G. Takei, G. Wang; Sat 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

Writers Q&A

A look at writing for the Star Trek Expanded Universe! K. DeCandido; Sat 5:30 pm; Athens [S]

Deep Space Nine Guests

Guest Q&A with some of our favorites from the edge of the wormhole. A. Brooks, C. Lofton, T. Farrell; Sat 7:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]

Trek Trivia: DS9

Compete with other DS9 for special prize and title of DC Trek Geek: DS9 2013! Sun 11:30 am; Athens [S]

Costuming

Together lets look at ways to save money and still create great looking costumes! Sun 1:00 pm; Athens [S]

Ms. Star Trek Universe Contest

The fourth annual Miss Star Trek Universe brings the greatest beauties the galaxy has to offer. (90 minutes) J. de Lancie, G. Wang, C. Lofton, D. Keating, T. Farrell, M. Sirtis; Sun 4:00 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]; 2.5 Hrs

World Record Attempt: Star Trek Costumes!

Put on your Star Trek costumes as we attempt to break the current World Record. Sun 7:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]; 2.5 Hrs

Movie Night

A chance to relax and watch Star Trek. Sun 10:00 pm; Athens [S]; 5.5 Hrs

Starfleet Kitchen

In memory of fan Tonya Spanks, this panel discusses Star Trek food and drink. Sat 8:30 pm; Athens [S]

Games Night

An evening playing a verity of Star Trek related games! Sat 10:00 pm; Athens [S]; 5.5 Hrs

Sunday William Shatner

William Shatner talks about his time as Captain James T. Krik in this second hour long Q&A. W. Shatner; Sun 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Monday David Warner

The actor looks back at his roles in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. D. Warner; Mon 10:00 am; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine(2)

Q&A with some of the DS9 cast. G. Wang, A. Brooks, C. Lofton; Mon 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom [S]

Treknologies Within Our World

An Hour with Laurell K. Hamilton

Costuming the Experience

It’s a Fae, Fae World: A Lost Girl Fan Panel

Technology as seen on Star Trek is becoming reality. Explore the possibilities of warp drive, artificial gravity, and matter replication. B. Davis, J. Kalmanson, P. Kalmanson; Mon 1:00 pm; Athens [S] Cheralyn Lambeth takes us through how the Professional made it stage. C. Lambeth; Mon 2:30 pm; Athens [S]

Closing with Peter David

A discussion on 2013 followed by a farewell with Peter David. P. David; Mon 4:00 pm; Athens [S]

Urban Fantasy (UF) Friday The Perfect Blend: The Mixing of Genres Within Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss how Urban Fantasy successfully incorporates a variety of genres C. Griffith, J. Oliver, C. Priest, C. Yarbro, S. Sommersby, D. Jackson; Fri 10:00 am; Intl. BC [W]

What’s Next in Urban Fantasy?

Industry professionals share their insights on what’s new and what’s next in the field E. Donald, J. Ward, A. Sowards, C. Eddy, J. Stein, L. Diver; Fri 11:30 am; Intl. BC [W]

An audience Q&A session with the bestselling author of the Anita Blake and Merry Gentry series. L. Hamilton; Fri 2:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

A fan discussion of the hit show. J. Stein; Fri 4:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Not Just For Kids

Published authors discuss the crossgenerational appeal of young adult urban fantasy. S. Kenyon, J. Oliver, M. Mancusi, A. Hartley, L. Hieber, D. Viguié, L. Diver; Fri 5:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Magic and Mayhem: Witches in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss the witches and magic systems used in their books M. Lackey, J. Stein, L. Gilman, K. Price, F. Hunter, L. Robertson; Fri 7:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

The Men of Urban Fantasy

Panel discussion with men currently writing in the field. K. Anderson, J. Butcher, J. Maberry, S. Stirling, D. Jackson, J. Tuck, J. Hartness; Fri 8:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Urban Fantasy on a Screen Near You

Preview the Dresden Files fan film Night Light and the web series Skye of the Damned, with creator Q&As. Fri 10:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Hidden Monsters: A Being Human Fan Panel

A moderated panel discussion about the hit show (US version) Fri 1:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

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Saturday Second Nature: Werewolves and Shifters in Urban Fantasy

Panel discussing what makes these supernatural beings so intriguing as urban fantasy characters. J. Stein, C. Yarbro, S. Sommersby, K. Price, F. Hunter, L. Robertson; Sat 11:30 am; Intl. BC [W]

An Hour with Sherrilyn Kenyon

An interview with one of today’s bestselling authors, followed by an audience Q&A. S. Kenyon, A. Kontis; Sat 1:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Sookie Forever After

A moderated fan panel discussion of the book series J. Stein, S. Sommersby, D. Dawson; Sat 2:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Spellbound: The Use of Magic in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss the magic users and systems that appear in their books. J. Butcher, L. Hamilton, L. Gilman, F. Hunter, L. Robertson, D. Jackson; Sat 4:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Lost Girl

Cast members from the hit show will be on hand to answer questions from the moderator and the audience. Z. Palmer, P. Amos, K. Collins, K. Holden-Ried; Sat 5:30 pm; Cent. II-III [H]

What Would the Winchesters Do? A Supernatural Fan Panel

A moderated fan panel discussing the hit show Fr. B. Small; Sat 7:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

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Supernatural Playlist: Music in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss the role music plays in their narratives and in their creative process S. Kenyon, K. Price, L. Robertson, J. Tuck, K. Taylor, D. Dawson; Sat 8:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

City of Dreadful Night: World-building in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss how they create the fascinating worlds of their novels C. Priest, J. Stein, K. Price, J. Tuck, K. Taylor, D. Dawson; Sat 10:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Sunday Ethnic and Racial Diversity in UF Protagonists

Panel discussion exploring the various backgrounds of characters in urban fantasy and how those impact their roles in a paranormal world. C. Burke, C. Priest, F. Hunter; Sun 10:00 am; Intl. BC [W]

Lost Girl

Cast members from the hit show will be on hand to answer questions from the moderator and the audience. Z. Palmer, P. Amos, K. Collins, K. Holden-Ried; Sun 11:30 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Blood Light: The Use of Humor in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss why they choose to use humor in the genre, and what type K. Anderson, L. Gilman, M. Mancusi, S. Sommersby, D. Dawson, J. Hartness; Sun 1:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Vampires and the Women Who Write Them

Authors writing in the field share their thoughts on their characters S. Kenyon, L. Hamilton, J. Stein, C. Yarbro, F. Hunter, K. Taylor, D. Dawson; Sun 2:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

An Hour with Jim Butcher

Interview and Q&A with the author of the Dresden Files. J. Butcher; Sun 4:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Beyond Grimm and Campbell: Folklore, Fairy Tales, and Mythology in UF

Much of urban fantasy has a basis in some of the older tales and myths from cultures all over the world. T. Naifeh, J. Ward, A. Kontis, L. Hieber, D. Knight, K. Price, D. Dawson; Sun 5:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Monster to Lover: Vampire Variations in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss the wide range of portrayals within the genre. C. Griffith, C. Priest, S. Stirling, S. Sommersby, L. Robertson, J. Tuck; Sun 7:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Mystic Falls Confidential: The Vampire Diaries Fan Panel

A moderated panel discussion about the hit show. K. Hinds, J. Stein; Sun 8:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Violence in Urban Fantasy: How Much is Too Much?

Is there a limit to how much violence the genre should include before it crosses the line into something else? L. Hamilton, Fr. B. Small, J. Tuck, K. Taylor, J. Hartness; Sun 10:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Monday Page-turners: Mystery and Suspense in Urban Fantasy

Authors discuss how and why the elements of mystery and suspense play such a significant role in the genre. L. Hamilton, J. Stein, L. Gilman, F. Hunter, D. Jackson, K. Taylor; Mon 10:00 am; Intl. BC [W]

Lost Girl

Cast members from the hit show will be on hand to answer questions from the moderator and the audience. Z. Palmer, P. Amos, K. Collins, K. Holden-Ried; Mon 11:30 am; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

The Fae: Friend or Foe?

Authors discuss various portrayals of the Fae in literature and their own works. T. Naifeh, J. Butcher, J. Oliver, A. Kontis, L. Hieber, K. Price; Mon 1:00 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Breaking Free: A Teen Wolf Fan Panel

A moderated discussion of the hit show. J. Tuck; Mon 2:30 pm; Intl. BC [W]

Video Gaming Track (VGT) Friday MMO Design 101

MMO designers of Elder Scrolls, WoW, DC Universe, Star Wars: TOR, and HEX discuss building massive interactive worlds. J. LeCraft, T. Bakutis, C. Jones, A. Chatriwala, A. Mayberry; Fri 1:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

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Designing Awesome Videogames

An all-star lineup of videogame designers, behind Dishonored, Unreal, Saint’s Row, Wasteland, and more! M. Capps, C. Avellone, S. Jaros, R. Bare, S. Shain; Fri 2:30 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Diablo III: Behind the Scenes

The beloved Diablo series is a blockbuster on PC and coming soon to PS4. Producer Alex Mayberry has some great stories to share. A. Mayberry; Fri 4:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Voice Actors of Walking Dead

A chat with voice actors from The Walking Dead game, which earned over 90 game of the year awards for its character performances. M. Hutchison, D. Fennoy; Fri 5:30 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

You’re the Publisher: Kickstarting Videogames

Kickstarter has made crowd-funding easy, and most of its biggest projects are videogames. C. Avellone, B. Stoll, C. Woods, C. Jones; Fri 7:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Which Walking Dead is Best?

A discussion of the comic that started it all, the popular TV show, and the game that won 90 game of the year awards. L. Holden, M. Rooker, I. Singleton, M. Hutchison, D. Fennoy; Sat 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

Blizzard: Behind the Scenes

Meet Alex Mayberry, whose decade-long career at Blizzard includes managing the WoW design team and Diablo III production. A. Mayberry; Sat 2:30 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

HEX, the MMO Card Game: PvP Design

I Heart Video Games

Are videogames modern man’s final art form? Our panelists write, podcast, broadcast, and sing about them...let’s talk about why! V. Belmont, Paul and Storm; Sat 11:30 am; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Meet the actors behind the animations for Mass Effect, loved by millions for its deep characters and storylines. R. Sbarge, M. Meer; Sun 11:30 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Console Wars: PS4 vs Xbox One vs ?

Industry insiders discuss the new “eighth generation” gaming consoles that are coming this Christmas. M. Capps, V. Belmont, C. Avellone, S. Jaros; Sun 1:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Acting for TV, Games, and Animation

HEX combines the best of trading card games and MMOs. Meet the designers to learn what’s next. B. Stoll, C. Woods, C. Jones; Sat 4:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Our panelists, masters of acting for the camera or the voice-over microphone, discuss the nuances of performance in each medium. M. Capps, K. Najimy, M. Meer, K. Collins, D. Fennoy, C. Schlatter; Sun 2:30 pm; Crystal Ballroom [Hil]

BioShock Infinite: Behind the Scenes

Elder Scrolls MMO: Behind the Scenes

Irrational delivered another dystopian masterpiece. Join the Vox Populi, and save Elizabeth! A. Chatriwala; Sat 5:30 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Dishonored: Behind the Scenes Saturday

Actors of Mass Effect

Learn the secrets of the dark city of Dunwall from the talented design team at Arkane Studios. A. Grossman, R. Bare, S. Shain; Sat 7:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Sunday Join the Video Game Industry!

Professionals from all disciplines teach the secrets of a great portfolio for those who want to get into the game. A. Greenberg, T. Bakutis, A. Chatriwala, S. Shain; Sun 10:00 am; Grand Salon D [Hil]

A look at Elder Scrolls V, one of the highest rated, best selling, most awarded games in history. T. Bakutis; Sun 4:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Animating Portal’s Wheatley

Learn how Karen brought Wheatley, the beloved AI companion in Portal 2, to life by applying puppetry techniques to game animation. K. Prell; Sun 5:30 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Saints Row 4!?! ZOMGWTFBBQ!

Get the scoop on SR4 from the demented, prurient, brilliant, childish, context-free mind of creative director Steve Jaros. S. Jaros; Sun 7:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Monday Art of Video Games

A discussion of the rapidly evolving world of videogame art and what it’s like to build characters and worlds that players love. K. Prell, T. Jech, A. Mayberry; Mon 10:00 am; Grand Salon D [Hil]

HEX, the MMO Card Game: PvE Design

HEX combines the best of trading card games and MMOs. Meet the designers to learn what’s next. B. Stoll, C. Woods, C. Jones; Mon 11:30 am; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Writing for Videogames

A discussion of the dozens of endings and weeks of branching dialogue needed for this type of writing. M. Capps, J. Palmiotti, S. Jaros, A. Grossman, R. Bare; Mon 1:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Brand New Old School RPGs: Eternity, Torment, Wasteland 2

An old-school RPG revival with Q&As on Project: Eternity and inXile’s Wasteland 2 and Torment: Tides of Numenera. C. Avellone; Mon 2:30 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

Join the Video Game Industry!

Professionals from all disciplines teach the secrets of a great portfolio for those who want to get into the game. A. Greenberg, B. Stoll, C. Woods; Mon 4:00 pm; Grand Salon D [Hil]

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Whedon Universe (WU) Friday Whedonverse Guest Panel

Buffy, Angel, and Dollhouse Guests Q&A. N. Brendon, K. Sutherland, M. Laurie, A. Acker; Fri 11:30 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Newbies to Whedon

A panel for people who would like to dip their feet in Whedon but aren’t familiar with the universes. Fri 1:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

From Buffy to Coulson: Resurrection in the Whedonverse

Angel, Spike, Illyria, Coulson, Ballard...the hits just keep on comin’...and comin’ back. Fri 2:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]

The Avengers: Page to Screen

There are always changes when you go from a book to a film, but when you start with comics, it’s always more complicated. M. Brooks, V. Plexico; Fri 4:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Does a Contract Negate Non-Consent?

Saturday Much Ado About Shakespeare

Sunday Buffy Guest Panel

Discuss this contemporary take on a Shakespearean classic, starring many wellknown Whedonverse actors. Sat 1:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Bite into an hour with our Buffy guests! J. Marsters, N. Brendon, K. Sutherland; Sun 10:00 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Guests of the Whedonverse

Watch the Buffy episode the Zeppo with our panel of Xander lovers. Sun 11:30 am; Intl. DE [W]

Writers and Actors and Whedonverse, Oh My! J. Espenson, N. Brendon, E. Dushku, K. Sutherland, M. Laurie, A. Acker; Sat 2:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Panel

Coulson lives! Now he’s back to lead a new S.H.E.I.L.D. team. Sat 4:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Whedonverse Video Panel

The Zeppo Group Watch

Dollhouse Panel

An hour with the amazing cast of Dollhouse! T. Penikett, E. Dushku, M. Laurie, A. Acker; Sun 1:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Whedonverse Costume Contest

Watch some of our panel’s favorite Whedon fanvids and discuss themes, techniques, and styles of vidding. Sat 5:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Show off your best Whedonverse costume! Come to compete or watch and have your photo taken. Sun 2:30 pm; Atlanta Ballroom [W]

Room Closed for Rehearsal and Set-up

Buffy Season 9/Angel and Faith

Sat 7:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Dr. Horrible Picture Show

A conversation about the multiple Buffyverse series coming out Dark Horse Comics. Sun 4:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Dollhouse had the actives sign contracts. Where does that put the show where consent is concerned? Fri 5:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Our favorite anti-hero, his love interest, and a big ol’ corporate tool! Come and sing along with our cast. Sat 8:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Setup for Avengers Ball

Buffy Horror Picture Show

Quesions about about all the monsters listed on The Whiteboard in The Cabin in the Woods will be answered. Sun 5:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]

FanFiction: Rule 34 in the House!

A discussion of the many versions of family in Buffy: found family, blood family, the family we can’t get rid of... Sun 7:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Fri 7:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]

Avengers Ball

From Captain America to Tony Stark, 1940s swing to 2000s dance music, join us for drinks, dancing, and cosplay as we celebrate the Avengers. Fri 8:30 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W]; 5.5 Hrs

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What’s this cheery singing all about? Get your kumbay-ya-ya’s out! NOTE: room will be cleared between Dr. Horrible and Buffy! Sat 10:00 pm; P’tree Ballroom [W] Discussion about all the different types of FanFiction, including your favorites. Sat 11:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]; 4 Hrs

The Whiteboard in the Woods

Family in the Buffyverse

The Power to Lead

Buffy to Echo, Angel to Mal, a discussion of the similarities and differences between the men and women we’ve loved and hated. Sun 8:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Are you a “Big Bad?”

Are you a vampire? Are you a reaver? Come play this addictive card game with us. Back by popular demand! Sun 10:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Monday Whedonverse Guest Panel

An hour with our wonderful Whedonverse guests!! N. Brendon, K. Sutherland, M. Laurie, A. Acker; Mon 11:30 am; P’tree Ballroom [W]

How’d We Do?

Let us know how we did, and you want to see in the future. Mon 1:00 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Workshops (WKS) Thursday Jody Lynn Nye: Writer’s Workshop, Day 1

Extra fee for this workshop applies. J. Nye; Thu 9:00 am; Marietta [H]; 10 Hrs

Ben Radford Scientific Investigation Workshop

Radford will explain the step-by-step process in investigations, including critical thinking, evaluating unusual claims, interviewing, and conducting field experiments. (Extra fee workshop) B. Radford; Thu 7:00 pm; 311312 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

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Friday Jody Lynn Nye: Writer’s Workshop, Day 2

Extra fee for this workshop applies. J. Nye; Fri 9:00 am; Marietta [H]; 10 Hrs

RJ Haddy: Make-up Out of Kit Workshop

Using only supplies in the common make-up artist’s kit, RJ will walk attendees through the process of creating realistic FX injury simulations. R. Haddy; Fri 10:00 am; 311312 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Seminar 1: Writing a Knock-out Novel (In Ten Rounds or Less)

Stackpole looks at the most common problems and missed opportunities that plague beginning writers and their novels projects. M. Stackpole; Fri 10:00 am; Hanover AB [H]

Seminar 2: Writing Careers in the Post-paper Era

Stackpole gives you an up to date look at the digital revolution and explains how you can profit and develop your career. M. Stackpole; Fri 11:30 am; Hanover AB [H]

Introduction to Belly Dance w/ Phoenicia

Dance class open to anyone of any experience level, covering basic steps and turns used in belly dance and many other types of dance. Phoenicia; Fri 11:30 am; Intl. S [H]

Human Guinea Pigs

Interested in understanding human behavior and decision making? Help This vs That collect data by participating in a series of fun and simple experiments. J. Hotchkiss; Fri 1:00 pm; 311-312 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Seminar 3: Social Media 101 for Creative People

Social media expert Alison Richards will take you through the tangled jungle of dot.com networking. Fri 1:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Practical Self-Defense with Keith R.A. DeCandido

Second-degree black belt Keith R.A. DeCandido gives a guide to some basic selfdefense techniques that can be useful in difficult situations. K. DeCandido; Fri 1:00 pm; Vinings [H]

Seminar 4: The Art of the Paragraph

Seminar 6: Finding the Story

Stackpole takes you through a series of exercises that will let you build a story from the barest spark through twists and turns. M. Stackpole; Sat 10:00 am; Hanover AB [H]

Seminar 7: 101 Ideas In an Hour

Zahn guides you on the path to creating characters, aliens, magic systems, and societies that you can use as jump-off points. T. Zahn; Sat 11:30 am; Hanover AB [H]

Seminar 8: Laying Down Tracks: A Different Way to Write Your Novel

Allston discusses the humble paragraph—the building block of fiction. A. Allston; Fri 2:30 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Allston discusses an alternate method of novel writing intended to capitalize on each writer’s individual strengths and passions. A. Allston; Sat 1:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Tai Chi Workshop

Tai Chi Workshop

Participates should wear comfortable clothing. (Extra fee workshop) E. Gray; Fri 4:00 pm; 311-312 [Hil]

Seminar 5: Description

Allston discusses techniques to transform passages into a memorable experience that propels your story to its conclusion. A. Allston; Fri 4:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Saturday Human Guinea Pigs

Interested in understanding human behavior and decision making? Help This vs That collect data by participating in a series of fun and simple experiments. J. Hotchkiss; Sat 10:00 am; 311-312 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Participates should wear comfortable clothing. (Extra fee workshop) E. Gray; Sat 2:30 pm; 311-312 [Hil]

Seminar 9: Showing Off Your Manuscript

Ways to put your fiction before the eyes of others, including advance readers, workshoppers, editors, and agents as well as the hazards. A. Allston; Sat 2:30 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Isolations and Travel Steps in Belly Dance w/Phoenicia

Dance class open to everyone covering isolated body movements and combining them with traveling steps to music. Phoenicia; Sat 2:30 pm; Intl. S [H]

Sunday Ben Radford Scientific Investigation Workshop

Radford will explain the step-by-step process in investigations, including critical thinking, evaluating unusual claims, interviewing, and conducting field experiments. (Extra fee workshop) B. Radford; Sun 10:00 am; 311312 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Seminar 11: Writing a Successful Series

Stackpole guides you through the intricacies of designing a series from the ground up. M. Stackpole; Sun 10:00 am; Hanover AB [H]

Seminar 12: Plotting

Stackpole unravels the mysteries of creating compelling plots. M. Stackpole; Sun 11:30 am; Hanover AB [H]

Seminar 13: Tools for the Editor in Us All

Stackpole presents a legion of diagnostic tools that will enable your inner editor to spot the problem areas with your writing; then shows you how to fix them. M. Stackpole; Sun 1:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Tai Chi Workshop

Participates should wear comfortable clothing. (Extra fee workshop) E. Gray; Sun 2:30 pm; 311-312 [Hil]

Seminar 14: Talk to Me: Dialogue

Allston discusses the art of writing dialogue. A. Allston; Sun 2:30 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Seminar 10: 21 Days to a Novel

Stackpole presents his three week program for preparing yourself to write a novel. M. Stackpole; Sat 4:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

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Using the Arms and Hands in Belly Dance w/Phoenicia

Dance class open to everyone demonstrating various arm styles to coordinate with and enhance steps. Phoenicia; Sun 2:30 pm; Intl. N [H]

Human Guinea Pigs

Interested in understanding human behavior and decision making? Help This vs That collect data by participating in a series of fun and simple experiments. J. Hotchkiss; Sun 4:00 pm; 311-312 [Hil]; 2.5 Hrs

Seminar 15: Unclogging Your Plot

Allston describes the thirteen deadly sins that can grind your novel’s plot to a halt. A. Allston; Sun 4:00 pm; Hanover AB [H]

Monday Tai Chi Workshop

Participates should wear comfortable clothing. (Extra fee workshop) E. Gray; Mon 10:00 am; 311-312 [Hil]

Introduction to Belly Dance w/ Phoenicia

Dance class open to anyone of any experience level, covering basic steps and turns used in belly dance and many other types of dance. Phoenicia; Mon 11:30 am; Intl. N [H]

Writer’s Track (WRIT) Sponsored by Bellebooks/Bell Bridge Friday How to Write a Story in an Hour

Plot and plan a story in an hour. How to make this happen with a little brainstorming. S. Antczak, N. Knight; Fri 10:00 am; Embassy D-F [H]

Laws and the Writer

Fightin’ and Writin’

From Idea to Research to Print

LGBT/BDSM and Alternate Lifestyle Fiction

Dyin’ Laughin

Writing with a partner, the good, the bad, and the ugly. J. Nye, Dr. B. Blackwood, Clay Griffith, N. Knight; Fri 8:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H] Panelists discuss action and fight scenes. J. Ringo, J. Butcher, S. Musashi, F. Hunter, K. Dockery; Fri 10:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

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The Wacky World of Writing

Authors discuss the ups and downs of writing and the funny things that can truly only happen to a writer. P. David, S. Antczak, C. Burke, K. Kurtz, D. Jackson, B. Fawcett; Fri 11:30 am; Embassy D-F [H]

Ten Things I Wish Somebody Had Told Me

Learn the top ten things a new writer needs to know. K. Anderson, N. Knight, R. Moesta; Fri 1:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Saturday YA at Its Finest

YA authors discuss the how-tos and wherefores of writing for the YA market. S. Antczak, J. Oliver, K. Hinds, M. Mancusi, C. Chima, R. Hartman; Sat 10:00 am; Embassy D-F [H]

How the law affects you as a writer, what protections it offers, and how to seek the help of a professional. D. McGirt, M. Hodkin; Sat 7:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H] So, you have an idea...what next? P. Beagle, C. Burke, E. Donald, J. Wurts, L. Gilman, A. Hartley; Sat 8:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H] What’s the funniest, most amusing, most unusual way you ever killed off a character? J. Ringo, C. Wilson, G. Wolfe, D. Viguié, B. Fawcett; Sat 10:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

LGBT in SF/F

M. Lackey; Sat 11:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Sunday Secrets of Editors and Agents

Steampunk Takes Flight

Editors and agents disclose what they’re looking for in submissions from authors. N. Knight, A. Sowards, K. Hughes, D. Knight, J. Minz, L. Diver; Sun 10:00 am; Embassy D-F [H]

Learn how to get invited to write for an anthology, what the protocol is, and what you can expect. L. Abbey, C. Burke, K. DeCandido, K. Hughes; Fri 5:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Social Media: Make it Work for You

S. Kenyon, L. Hamilton, N. Knight, M. Lackey, C. Yarbro; Sun 11:30 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]

It’s All in the Game

N. Knight; Sat 4:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Mighty Men of Fantasy and SF

Writing Non-fiction for Fun and Profit

K. Anderson, J. Butcher, D. Jackson; Sat 11:30 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Writing for Anthologies

S. Antczak, C. Priest, K. Hinds; Sat 1:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Dr. B. Blackwood, R. Byers, J. Flynn, J. Ward, B. Radford; Fri 4:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Game writers and designers discuss how to break into this fascinating market. M. Capps, E. Dunin, B. Green, C. Suleiman, K. Baker; Fri 7:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H] 112

That’s Write, Pardner: Collaborations

K. DeCandido, J. Ward, D. Peterfreund; Sat 2:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Spotlight on Bell Bridge Books

New York Times Bestselling Authors

First Ladies of Fantasy Fiction

Okay, You Sold It. Now What?

For writers who’ve sold their first novels and/ or short stories. What should you expect next? S. Antczak, R. Byers, J. Stein, J. Shepherd, R. Hartman; Sun 1:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

S. Kenyon, K. Anderson, L. Hamilton, N. Knight, K. Kurtz, G. Wolfe; Sat 5:30 pm; Cent. I [H] Dragon Con 2013


Why Actors Choose the Roles They Choose

Learn techniques to help you get your writing on television or onscreen. T. Lords, I. Gruffudd, B. Bell, J. Cosmo; Sun 1:00 pm; Reg. V [H]

Guns—Lots of Guns

Join a former Air Force Lt. Colonel in this discussion of guns, ammo, and artillery for novels and stories. N. Knight; Sun 4:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Welcome to My World

How to get invited to and write successfully in someone else’s world. J. Nye, L. Abbey, N. Knight, M. Lackey, R. Moesta; Sun 5:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Seriously Funny Ways to Get Rejected

Editors and agents comment on the strangest, funniest, most pathetic queries they’ve ever received. N. Knight, A. Sowards, D. Knight, J. Minz; Sun 7:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Hey, Hollywood! Here’s My Screenplay

How to get your screenplay, book, or story noticed in Hollywood. Or, how to go about producing your own movie. S. Antczak, L. Kaufman, B. Linaweaver, M. Resnick, M. Mancusi; Sun 8:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Tripping the Light Fantastic

Out of the box plotting that will bring the fireworks to your novels and stories. S. Antczak, J. Wurts, T. Zahn, G. Martin, C. Yarbro; Sun 10:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Monday Characters Who People Your Books

Developing compelling characters for today’s fiction market. C. Yarbro, C. Wilson, G. Wolfe, L. Robertson, L. Diver; Mon 10:00 am; Embassy D-F [H]

Jeepers Creepers: WTF is Lurking Out There?

A discussion of vampires, zombies, goblins, werewolves, demons, and other paranormal creatures in the literary market. C. Burke, R. Byers, E. Donald, J. Maberry, M. Mancusi, F. Hunter; Mon 11:30 am; Embassy D-F [H]

Writing Hard SF: Can You?

What does it take to write hard science fiction successfully? S. Antczak, K. DeCandido, T. Zahn, K. Hughes, B. Mayer; Mon 1:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

Writers Roundtable

Now is the time to get all your questions answered. This panel is open for all writing questions. S. Antczak, R. Byers, S. Sommersby, B. Mayer, B. Fawcett; Mon 2:30 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

The Future of Fantastic Fiction

S. Antczak, J. Ringo, E. Foster, G. Martin, A. Hartley, C. Chima; Mon 4:00 pm; Embassy D-F [H]

X-Track (X) Friday Welcome Fringe! [rebroadcast dc tv]

Guests talk about their experiences and answer audience questions. J. Nicole, M. Cerveris, S. Gabel; Fri 11:30 am; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Make the Bad Man Stop, Part I

Our NeedCoffee friends tell you how Hollywood will make you sob over the next year. R. Levy, W. Walls, A. Poole, J. Boutelle; Fri 1:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

S.H.I.E.L.D.: X-Files or Dragnet?

Is SHIELD, so far, reminding us more of XF or a police procedural? J. Boutelle; Fri 2:30 pm; M106-M107 [M]

How Hollywood Handles the Paranormal

Guests discuss the use of aliens and other paranormal entities in television and film. Dr. B. Blackwood, J. Flynn; Fri 8:30 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Need Coffee Presents: Your Weekend Justice Show of Shows

What combines a live podcast recording, audience participation, games, innuendo, caffeine and improv? This. This does. W. Walls, A. Poole, J. Boutelle; Fri 8:30 pm; Reg. V [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Saturday Warehouse 13 Super Mega Awesome Panel

WH13 guest Q&A. K. Hu, C. Pounder, P. Amos; Fri 4:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

WH13 stars and guest stars Q&A. J. Marsters, E. McClintock, C. Pounder, G. Williams, L. Wagner, J. Murray; Sat 1:00 pm; Atrium Ballroom [M]

Grimm: Heroes and Heroine/Villain?

Fringe: Season by Season

Welcome to the Warehouse!

Our Grimm guests answer your questions about being a hero and being a villain? C. Coffee, R. Hornsby, S. Mitchell; Fri 5:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Spirituality and Faith After the Aliens

Father Bryan Small leads an interactive discussion on faith and spirituality and the questions that may arise after aliens visit. Fr. B. Small; Fri 7:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Guests discuss their favorite episodes from each season. J. Nicole, M. Cerveris, S. Gabel; Sat 1:00 pm; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Welcome Mitch Pileggi!

Our favorite FBI AD, Walter Skinner answers our questions. M. Pileggi; Sat 2:30 pm; Cent. I [H]

Grimm Guests Talk About

Grimm Guests respond to your Q&A, especially questions on how their characters interact with “the Grimm.” C. Coffee, R. Hornsby, S. Mitchell; Sat 4:00 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

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Travis Walton

Travis Walton’s abduction story may be one of the best known, but there is more detailed information to share. T. Walton; Sat 5:30 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Person of Interest: Fiction or Fact?

WH13: Characters and the Warehouse [live dc tv]

WH13 guests discuss their characters and their interaction with the Warehouse. B. Spiner, E. McClintock, C. Pounder, G. Williams; Sun 11:30 am; Cent. II-III [H]

PoI started as a show feeding off government paranoia, but recent events have shown that it might not be “just fiction.” Sat 7:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

WH13 Fan Panel

Happy 20 Anniversary, X-Files

Fringe: Your Questions Answered

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A fan discussion of favorite episodes, from a 20-year perspective. Dr. B. Blackwood, J. Flynn, Fr. B. Small; Sat 8:30 pm; M106-M107 [M]

The Following Fan Discussion

A discussion of the “followers” in seasons 1 and 2, and what fans want to see as The Following progresses. W. Walls, J. Boutelle; Sat 10:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

FanFiction: Rule 34 in the House!

Discussion about all the different types of FanFiction, including your favorites. Sat 11:30 pm; Intl. DE [W]

Sunday Grimm: Why’d They Do That?

Grimm Stars answer questions about the show episodes and what their characters did...or didn’t do. C. Coffee, R. Hornsby; Sun 10:00 am; Reg. VI-VII [H]

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Let’s talk about what we are loving, what we aren’t loving as much and what we hope for with WH13. Sun 1:00 pm; M106-M107 [M] A Q&A with the stars now that the show is over. Even if they can’t answer, their theories should be interesting. J. Nicole, M. Cerveris; Sun 2:30 pm; Reg. VI-VII [H]

Lost: Um, So We Figured THAT Out... Finally

Monday Grimm: So Long and Thanks for All the Wesen!

Get your last questions answered, especially about the Wesen, and thank our Grimm guests for attending. C. Coffee, R. Hornsby; Mon 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

So Long and Thanks, Mitch Pileggi

Thank you, Mitch Pileggi, not just for coming but for giving us one of the greatest boss characters of all time. M. Pileggi; Mon 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom West [Hil]

WH13: So Long and Thanks for All the Teslas

A discussion of LOST and what we’ve finally figured out. A. Poole, J. Boutelle; Sun 4:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Goodbye to our Warehouse 13 guests for this year, and thanks for the teslas, the farnsworths, and the fun. E. McClintock, C. Pounder, G. Williams; Mon 11:30 am; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Pimp Your Show

Shows to Watch as a Family

With only a few weeks until the first show of the new season is cancelled, come pimp out your favorite so it doesn’t get cut. Sun 5:30 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Orphan Black Fan Discussion

Clones? Government Experiments? Building Assassins? Who knows? R. Levy; Sun 7:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

A whole family discussion on shows to watch together. J. Boutelle; Mon 1:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Make the Bad Men Stop, Sequelerest

Need Coffee makes you cry as you leave, telling you what Hollywood has planned for the NEXT 12 months. W. Walls, A. Poole, J. Boutelle; Mon 2:30 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Track FeedBack

We’re breaking down but come and tell us what you liked and what you’d like us to change next year. Mon 4:00 pm; M106-M107 [M]

Young Adult Literature (YA) Friday An Hour with Tonks!

Come and meet Natalia Tena, best known for her portrayal of Nymphadora Tonks in the Harry Potter movies. N. Tena; Fri 10:00 am; Grand Ballroom East [Hil]

Crossovers

Adult SF for the discriminating teen. YA SF for the “adult” SF fan. J. Oliver, J. Maberry, S. Fichtelberg, E. Myers; Fri 11:30 am; A707 [M]

Shadowhunters and Downworlders: City of Bones

A discussion of the first book of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series, City of Bones. T. Akers, D. Peterfreund, M. Hodkin, L. Wilson; Fri 1:00 pm; A707 [M]

Secondary Characters in The Hunger Games

From other tributes to Capitol dwellers, even the minor characters are well-drawn enough to inspire strong feelings. M.B. Weston, D. Gill, B. Revis, J. Spendlove, G. McBride, L. Wilson; Fri 2:30 pm; Hanover C-E [H]

Lev Grossman’s J.K.Rowling Missing Interview

Lev Grossman exclusively interviewed JK Rowling on Harry Potter for Time Magazine. Come hear the gory details. L. Grossman; Fri 4:00 pm; Intl. N [H]

Dragon Con 2013


YA Short Fiction

Authors discuss how they craft bite-size tales that can fill the gaps between novels or offer new character insights. E. Foster, A. Kontis, C. Chima, B. Revis, S. Maas; Fri 5:30 pm; A707 [M]

Fan Works and Beyond: Taking it to the Next Level

A discussion of YA fan inspiration that has evolved beyond fanfic and fanart to Wizard Rock, fan musicals, Wattpad, and Kindle Worlds. J. Spendlove, G. McBride; Fri 7:00 pm; A707 [M]

Vampires vs Werewolves

Which is more awesome: vampires or werewolves? Dear reader, you must choose a side in this hilarious debate. D. Beauchamp, Susan Griffith, M.B. Weston, M. Mancusi, D. Viguié, L. Diver, B. Kunzel; Fri 8:30 pm; A707 [M]

Are You a Death Eater?

Atlanta HP hosts a Harry Potter-themed, mafia-style game. Bring friends or make new ones. Fri 10:00 pm; A707 [M]

Saturday Advice for Young Writers

Seasoned writers offer advice about how to get started for teenagers and young people with stories to tell. T. McCaffrey, S. Dennard, S. Chang, R. Hartman; Sat 11:30 am; A707 [M]

Book Club: Fair Coin by E.C. Myers

A discussion with the author of Fair Coin, which won the Andre Norton Award for Best YA Book of 2013. E. Myers; Sat 1:00 pm; A707 [M]

An Hour with Tonks!

Come and meet Natalia Tena, best known for her portrayal of Nymphadora Tonks in the Harry Potter movies. N. Tena; Sat 2:30 pm; Imperial Ballroom [M]

LGBTQ in YA

Audience participation is encouraged for this discussion of portrayals of gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgendered, and questioning teens. C. Chima; Sat 4:00 pm; A707 [M]

The Last Unicorn

A viewing of the classic 1982 Last Unicorn film, with live commentary from the novel’s author. P. Beagle; Sat 5:30 pm; Intl. N [H]; 2.5 Hrs

Historical Fiction and Steampunk Themes

A discussion of favorite time periods in YA historicals, from Victorian London to the roaring ‘20s in New York. K. Hinds, S. Gensler, S. Dennard, E. Bush; Sat 8:30 pm; A707 [M]

Dark Themes in YA

From murder and mayhem to the end of the world to things that go bump in the night, YA can get dark, and readers love it. S. Kenyon, J. Maberry, S. Gensler, M. Hodkin, V. Schwab; Sat 10:00 pm; A707 [M]

Sunday

Father Knows Best: Dads in Harry Potter

A discussion of the fathers and father figures in the Potterverse. Scott Vaughn,, J. Khoury, E. Myers; Sun 11:30 am; Reg. V [H]

From Page to Screen

A discussion of how favorite YA books translate to the screen in recent and upcoming adaptations. T. Akers, B. Revis, D. Peterfreund, B. Young, J. Khoury; Sun 1:00 pm; A707 [M]

Coming Soon: New YA

Learn about the best 2013/early 2014 books, from those who write those blurbs you see on the cover. S. Fichtelberg, B. Kunzel; Sun 2:30 pm; A707 [M]

Legions of Vampires in YA

Discussion on the diversity of this fang-tastic genre. C. Griffith, M. Mancusi, L. Diver, B. Kunzel; Sun 4:00 pm; A707 [M]

Monday Sidekicks in YA

Harry had Ron and Hermione; Katniss, Peta and Gale. How did these characters help shape the story? D.A. Adams, L. Sutton, D. Peterfreund, S. Maas, R. Hartman, V. Schwab; Mon 11:30 am; A707 [M]

Stuck in the Middle

SF and fantasy for the middle grades and younger fan. D. Beauchamp, S. Fichtelberg, D. Gill, L. Davis, R. Hartman; Mon 1:00 pm; A707 [M]

Post Mortem

Let us know how we did as we sort the good from the bad, and take input for next year! Mon 2:30 pm; A707 [M]

YA Lit Costume Contest

All entries must be based on a children’s or YA book. Winners announced at the Yule Ball.See website for full rules and details. E. Bushko; Sun 5:30 pm; A707 [M]

Yule Ball

From well-mannered frivolity to Blibbering Humdingers, wear your Hogwarts finest. Costume contest winners announced. The Blibbering Humdingers; Sun 8:30 pm; Grand Ballroom [S]; 5.5 Hrs

Brothers and Sisters: The Barrowmans on Books

Sibling co-authors John and Carole Barrowman discuss their middle grades fantasy novel Hollow Earth and its upcoming sequel. J. Barrowman, C. Barrowman; Sun 10:00 am; Imperial Ballroom [M]

Pocket Program 115


Guests Alphabetical Listing A Lynn Abbey

Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 11:30 am (FL) Sun 05:30 pm (WRIT)

Abney Park

Fri 07:00 pm (ALT) Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sun 01:30 am (LIVE)

Mary Abreu

Fri 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sat 01:00 pm (CSTM) Sat 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM)

Amy Acker

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (WU) Sat 02:30 pm (WU) Sun 01:00 pm (WU) Mon 11:30 am (WU)

D.A. Adams

Fri 05:30 pm (KT) Sun 05:30 pm (FL) Mon 11:30 am (YA)

Neal Adams

Sat 04:00 pm (COMICS) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN)

Tracy A. Akers

Fri 10:00 am (KT) Fri 01:00 pm (YA) Sun 01:00 pm (YA) Sun 02:30 pm (KT)

Cassie Alexander

Fri 11:30 am (SFL)

Alina

Sat 02:30 pm (MMO)

Robert Allsop

Fri 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (BRIT)

116

Sun 05:30 pm (CSTM) Mon 02:30 pm (BRIT)

Aaron Allston

Fri 02:30 pm (WKS) Fri 04:00 pm (WKS) Fri 07:00 pm (SW) Sat 01:00 pm (WKS) Sat 02:30 pm (WKS) Sun 02:30 pm (WKS) Sun 04:00 pm (WKS) Sun 05:30 pm (SW) Mon 02:30 pm (SW)

Richard “Hawk” Altstatt Fri 04:00 pm (SPACE) Sat 02:30 pm (SCI) Sat 04:00 pm (SCI)

Stephen Amell

Walk of Fame Sat 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (AMSF) Mon 10:00 am (AMSF)

Paul Amos

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (X) Sat 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 11:30 am (UF) Mon 11:30 am (UF)

Kevin J. Anderson

Fri 01:00 pm (WRIT) Fri 07:00 pm (SW) Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 am (WRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (UF) Sun 05:30 pm (READ)

Richard Dean Anderson Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 05:30 pm (SGM)

Angelspit

Fri 05:30 pm (HT) Sat 05:30 pm (HT) Mon 12:00 am (LIVE)

Stephen L. Antczak

Fri 10:00 am (WRIT) Fri 11:30 am (WRIT) Fri 10:00 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 am (WRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 01:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (WRIT) Mon 04:00 pm (WRIT)

Ben Armstrong

Sun 11:30 am (HT)

Artix

Sat 02:30 pm (MMO) Sun 10:00 am (MMO)

Karan Ashley

Walk of Fame Fri 07:00 pm (KT) Sat 04:00 pm (KT) Sun 11:30 am (KT) Mon 10:00 am (KT)

Ed Asner

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (TOON) Sun 05:30 pm (TOON) Mon 01:00 pm (TOON)

Atlanta Radio Theatre Company

Fri 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 07:00 pm (MAIN) Mon 01:00 pm (TOLK)

Chris Avellone

Fri 01:00 pm (GAME) Fri 02:30 pm (VGT) Fri 07:00 pm (VGT)

Sat 04:00 pm (GAME) Sun 01:00 pm (VGT) Mon 02:30 pm (VGT)

Robert Axelrod

Walk of Fame Fri 07:00 pm (KT) Sat 04:00 pm (KT) Sun 11:30 am (KT) Mon 10:00 am (KT)

Will Aymerich

Fri 01:00 pm (AUTO) Fri 04:00 pm (PN) Sat 11:30 am (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (PN) Sun 04:00 pm (PN) Mon 01:00 pm (PN)

B Carrie Ann Baade

Sat 05:30 pm (ART) Sun 02:30 pm (ART) Sun 04:00 pm (ART) Mon 01:00 pm (ART)

Keith Baker

Fri 02:30 pm (GAME) Fri 04:00 pm (MMO) Fri 07:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (GAME) Sat 05:30 pm (GAME) Sun 11:30 am (GAME)

T. Eric Bakutis

Fri 01:00 pm (VGT) Sat 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 05:30 pm (READ) Sun 10:00 am (VGT) Sun 04:00 pm (VGT)

Chris Balassone

Fri 05:30 pm (PN) Sat 11:30 am (PN) Sat 05:30 pm (PN) Sun 10:00 am (PN) Mon 01:00 pm (PN)

Ricardo Bare

Fri 02:30 pm (VGT) Sat 07:00 pm (VGT) Sun 11:30 am (READ) Mon 01:00 pm (VGT)

Carole E Barrowman

Walk of Fame Sat 07:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 10:00 am (YA)

John Barrowman

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 10:00 am (YA) Sun 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Kristin Bauer

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 10:00 am (HT)

Peter S. Beagle

Fri 04:00 pm (TREK) Fri 05:30 pm (FL) Sat 05:30 pm (YA) Sat 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 05:30 pm (FL)

Davey Beauchamp

Fri 01:00 pm (KT) Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Sat 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 04:00 pm (KT) Sun 02:30 pm (KT) Mon 10:00 am (KT) Mon 01:00 pm (YA)

Michelle Belanger

Sat 02:30 pm (HT) Sun 05:30 pm (HT) Sun 10:00 pm (HT)

Brad Bell

Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 04:00 pm (AUTO)

Sat 08:30 pm (POD) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Allen Bellman

Comics Artist Alley Sun 11:30 am (COMICS)

Veronica Belmont

Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Fri 04:00 pm (POD) Sat 11:30 am (VGT) Sat 02:30 pm (POD) Sat 08:30 pm (POD) Sun 01:00 pm (VGT) Sun 04:00 pm (POD) Sun 05:30 pm (POD)

Manu Bennett

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (TOLK) Sat 01:00 pm (AMSF) Sun 01:00 pm (AMSF) Sun 07:00 pm (AMSF)

Tom Biondolillo

Comics Artist Alley Fri 02:30 pm (FL)

Clint Black

Fri 01:00 pm (GAME) Fri 04:00 pm (GAME) Sat 05:30 pm (GAME)

Dr. Bob Blackwood

Fri 04:00 pm (WRIT) Fri 07:00 pm (FILM) Fri 08:30 pm (WRIT) Fri 08:30 pm (X) Sat 05:30 pm (AR) Sat 08:30 pm (X)

Blair Crimmins and the Hookers Sat 12:00 am (LIVE) Sun 08:30 pm (ALT)

Blue Gillespie

Sat 01:30 am (LIVE)

Dragon*Con 2013


Professor Boggs

Sat 11:30 am (SCI) Mon 10:00 am (SCI) Mon 11:30 am (SCI)

Darlene Bolesny

Fri 11:30 am (SFL)

Jon Boutelle

Fri 01:00 pm (X) Fri 02:30 pm (X) Fri 08:30 pm (X) Sat 10:00 pm (X) Sun 04:00 pm (X) Sun 07:00 pm (MAIN) Mon 01:00 pm (X) Mon 02:30 pm (X)

Grant Bowler

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (AR) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 04:00 pm (AR) Mon 11:30 am (AR)

Lauren Bowles

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 10:00 am (HT)

Dr. John E. Bradford

Fri 08:30 pm (SPACE) Sat 11:30 am (SPACE)

Doug Bradley

Walk of Fame Fri 08:30 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (HT) Sun 11:30 am (HT) Sun 07:00 pm (HT)

Jennie Breeden

Comics Artist Alley Sat 05:30 pm (COMICS) Sun 01:00 am (MAIN) Sun 07:00 pm (EFF) Mon 01:00 pm (EFF)

Nicholas Brendon

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (WU)

Sat 02:30 pm (WU) Sun 10:00 am (WU) Mon 11:30 am (WU)

Bill Bridges

Sat 05:30 pm (GAME) Sun 01:00 pm (GAME)

John Brightman

Fri 01:00 pm (PN) Sat 02:30 pm (PN) Sat 05:30 pm (PN) Sun 11:30 am (AUTO) Sun 04:00 pm (PN) Mon 01:00 pm (PN)

Brobdingnagian Bards

Fri 02:30 pm (POD) Fri 10:00 pm (FILK) Sat 01:00 pm (CONC) Sat 11:30 pm (FILK) Sun 11:30 am (FILK) Sun 01:00 pm (FILK) Sun 04:00 pm (FILK) Sun 07:00 pm (TOLK) Sun 10:00 pm (FILK) Mon 01:00 pm (POD) Mon 02:30 pm (POD)

Darwin Bromley

Fri 07:00 pm (GAME) Sat 02:30 pm (GAME)

Avery Brooks

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (TREK) Mon 11:30 am (TREK)

Mark Brooks

Comics Artist Alley Fri 04:00 pm (WU) Sat 05:30 pm (COMICS) Sun 05:30 pm (COMICS)

Matthew J. Brown

Fri 11:30 am (COMICS) Fri 07:00 pm (COMICS) Sat 10:00 am (COMICS) Sat 08:30 pm (COMICS) Sun 08:30 am (COMICS) Sun 07:00 pm (COMICS)

Sun 08:30 pm (COMICS) Mon 02:30 pm (COMICS)

Brian Brushwood

Fri 10:00 am (SKEP) Fri 04:00 pm (POD) Fri 10:00 pm (POD) Sat 08:30 pm (SKEP) Sun 10:00 pm (POD)

Tara Buck

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 10:00 am (HT)

Jason Bulmahn

Fri 01:00 pm (GAME) Sat 11:30 am (GAME) Sat 04:00 pm (GAME) Sun 11:30 am (GAME) Sun 05:30 pm (GAME)

Rodger Bumpass

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (KT) Sat 02:30 pm (KT) Sun 05:30 pm (KT) Mon 01:00 pm (KT)

Erin Leigh Bushko

Fri 02:30 pm (ALT) Fri 10:00 pm (ALT) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sun 11:30 am (ALT) Sun 05:30 pm (YA) Mon 11:30 am (ALT)

Jim Butcher

Fri 02:30 pm (AUTO) Fri 05:30 pm (ALT) Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Fri 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (WRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (POD) Sat 04:00 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 am (AUTO) Sun 11:30 am (AUTO) Sun 04:00 pm (UF) Mon 10:00 am (AUTO) Mon 01:00 pm (UF)

Richard Lee Byers

Fri 04:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 11:30 am (WRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (WRIT)

Chesya Burke

Fri 11:30 am (WRIT) Fri 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 10:00 am (UF) Sun 02:30 pm (HT) Mon 11:30 am (WRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (HT)

Jim Burns

Fri 02:30 pm (ART) Fri 06:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 02:30 pm (ART)

Emilie P. Bush

Fri 01:00 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sat 08:30 pm (YA) Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

C Calabrese

Sat 05:30 pm (HT) Mon 01:30 am (LIVE)

Jack Campbell

Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sun 10:00 am (AUTO)

Michael Capps

Fri 02:30 pm (VGT) Fri 07:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (VGT) Sun 02:30 pm (VGT) Mon 01:00 pm (VGT)

Corey Castellano

Fri 05:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 11:30 am (HT)

Michael Cerveris

Walk of Fame Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 02:30 pm (X)

Susan Chang

Sat 11:30 am (YA) Sat 05:30 pm (SFL) Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

Adnan Chatriwala

Fri 01:00 pm (VGT) Sat 05:30 pm (VGT) Sun 10:00 am (VGT)

Russell Cherrington

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (HT) Fri 08:30 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (HT)

Cinda Williams Chima

Fri 05:30 pm (YA) Sat 10:00 am (WRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (YA) Sun 02:30 pm (READ) Sun 05:30 pm (AUTO) Mon 04:00 pm (WRIT)

Blair B. Chintella

Fri 08:30 pm (EFF) Sat 04:00 pm (EFF) Sun 02:30 pm (EFF) Mon 11:30 am (EFF)

Suzanne Church

Fri 11:30 am (SFL)

Noel Clarke

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 11:30 am (BRIT)

Freddy Clements

Fri 04:00 pm (CSTM) Fri 05:30 pm (CSTM) Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sat 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 10:00 pm (CSTM)

KyL T. Cobb

Fri 11:30 am (PN) Sat 04:00 pm (PN) Sun 04:00 pm (PN) Mon 01:00 pm (PN)

Claire Coffee

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (X) Sat 04:00 pm (X) Sun 10:00 am (X) Mon 10:00 am (X)

Pamela Cole

Fri 05:30 pm (CSTM) Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (CSTM) Sat 02:30 pm (CSTM)

Chad Coleman

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

K.C. Collins

Walk of Fame Sat 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 11:30 am (UF) Sun 02:30 pm (VGT) Mon 11:30 am (UF)

Amanda Conner

Comics Artist Alley Sat 02:30 pm (COMICS)

Darwyn Cooke

Comics Artist Alley Sat 02:30 pm (COMICS)

Bill Corbett

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (MAIN) Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Pocket Program 117


James Cosmo

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (AMSF) Sun 11:30 am (AMSF) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Hunter Cressall

Fri 02:30 pm (FILM) Fri 05:30 pm (FILM) Sat 01:00 pm (FILM) Sat 02:30 pm (FILM) Sun 01:00 pm (FILM) Sun 07:00 pm (FILM) Mon 10:00 am (FILM) Mon 02:30 pm (FILM)

Madison J. Cripps

Sat 05:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Mon 02:30 pm (PUPPET)

Crossed Swords

Sat 11:30 am (MAIN)

D Dave Daigle

Fri 11:30 am (SCI) Fri 02:30 pm (SKEP)

Kathleen O’Shea David

Fri 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Fri 05:30 pm (CSTM) Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 11:30 am (SFL) Sun 08:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Mon 12:00 am (PUPPET) Mon 11:30 am (PUPPET)

Peter David

Fri 11:30 am (WRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (COMICS) Mon 04:00 pm (TREK)

Davis Crystal Bright and the Silver Ben Mon 01:00 pm (TREK) Hands L.M. Davis Thu 10:30 pm (LIVE) Sat 04:00 pm (CONC) Sun 08:30 pm (ALT) Sun 09:00 pm (CONC)

Crüxshadows

Fri 07:00 pm (MAIN) Mon 01:30 am (LIVE)

Drew Curtis

Fri 04:00 pm (SKEP) Fri 10:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 07:00 pm (SKEP)

Curtis Eller’s American Circus Thu 09:00 pm (LIVE) Fri 04:00 pm (CONC) Sun 06:30 pm (CONC) Mon 01:00 pm (CONC)

Cysero

Sat 02:30 pm (MMO)

118

Fri 08:30 pm (SFL) Sun 10:00 am (READ) Sun 04:00 pm (AUTO) Mon 01:00 pm (YA)

Milton J. Davis

Fri 08:30 pm (SFL) Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 11:30 am (AUTO)

Peter Davison

Walk of Fame Fri 07:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 05:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 04:00 pm (BRIT) Mon 10:00 am (BRIT)

Delilah S. Dawson

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 05:30 pm (AUTO) Fri 11:30 pm (ALT) Sat 01:00 pm (READ) Sat 02:30 pm (UF) Sat 08:30 pm (UF)

Sat 10:00 pm (UF) Sun 01:00 pm (UF) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 07:00 pm (ALT)

John de Lancie

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (TREK) Sat 01:00 pm (TREK) Sun 04:00 pm (TREK)

Keith R.A. DeCandido

Fri 01:00 pm (WKS) Fri 04:00 pm (READ) Fri 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 05:30 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 08:30 pm (CLSF) Mon 10:00 am (CLSF) Mon 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Susan Dennard

Sat 11:30 am (YA) Sat 08:30 pm (YA) Sun 01:00 pm (READ) Sun 02:30 pm (AUTO)

John DiMaggio

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (TOON) Sat 11:30 am (KT) Sun 10:00 am (KT) Sun 02:30 pm (TOON)

Lucienne Diver

Fri 11:30 am (UF) Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sun 10:00 am (WRIT) Sun 04:00 pm (YA) Mon 10:00 am (WRIT)

Larry Dixon

Fri 01:00 pm (FL) Sat 02:30 pm (READ) Sun 05:30 pm (FL)

dj BC

Mon 03:00 am (LIVE)

DJ Spider

Fri 05:30 pm (HT) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 12:00 am (MAIN)

DJP

Fri 10:00 pm (MAIN)

Kevin D. Dockery

Fri 10:00 am (ARM) Fri 11:30 am (ARM) Fri 01:00 pm (ARM) Fri 02:30 pm (ARM) Fri 04:00 pm (ARM) Fri 05:30 pm (ARM) Fri 07:00 pm (ARM) Fri 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (ARM) Sat 01:00 pm (ARM) Sat 04:00 pm (ARM) Sun 10:00 am (ARM) Sun 01:00 pm (ARM) Sun 02:30 pm (ARM) Sun 07:00 pm (ARM)

Doktor A

Comics Artist Alley Sun 11:30 am (ALT) Mon 01:00 pm (COMICS)

Elizabeth Donald

Fri 11:30 am (UF) Sat 02:30 pm (AR) Sat 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 11:30 am (READ) Mon 11:30 am (WRIT) Mon 01:00 pm (HT)

Michael Dorn

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (TREK) Sat 01:00 pm (TREK) Sun 05:30 pm (TOON)

Dan dos Santos

Sat 02:30 pm (FL) Mon 11:30 am (ART)

Sarah Anne Downey

Fri 04:00 pm (EFF) Fri 07:00 pm (EFF) Sat 10:00 am (EFF) Sun 04:00 pm (EFF)

Barbara A. Drescher

Fri 01:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 10:00 am (SKEP)

Drewprops

Sat 11:30 am (FILM) Sun 01:00 pm (FILM) Sun 07:00 pm (FILM)

Elonka Dunin

Fri 01:00 pm (EFF) Fri 07:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (EFF) Sun 01:00 pm (EFF) Mon 02:30 pm (EFF)

Eliza Dushku

Walk of Fame Sat 02:30 pm (WU) Sun 01:00 pm (WU)

E Claire M. Eddy

Fri 11:30 am (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (SFL) Sun 10:00 am (ALT)

Scott Edgington

Fri 11:30 am (SPACE) Sun 08:30 pm (SPACE) Mon 11:30 am (SPACE)

Gigi Edgley

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 04:00 pm (CLSF) Sun 11:30 am (CLSF)

Nick Eftimiades

Fri 10:00 am (SKEP) Fri 02:30 pm (SKEP) Fri 08:30 pm (SPACE) Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 05:30 pm (SKEP) Mon 04:00 pm (SKEP)

Jeffrey J. Ello

Fri 02:30 pm (FILM) Fri 05:30 pm (FILM) Sat 01:00 pm (FILM) Sat 02:30 pm (FILM) Sun 01:00 pm (FILM) Sun 07:00 pm (FILM) Mon 10:00 am (FILM) Mon 02:30 pm (FILM)

Larry Elmore

Fri 11:30 am (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (GAME) Sat 02:30 pm (FL) Sun 04:00 pm (GAME)

Emerald Rose

Fri 12:00 pm (CONC) Fri 08:30 pm (TOLK) Sat 10:30 pm (CONC) Sun 07:00 pm (FL) Mon 02:00 pm (CONC)

Richard Epcar

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (ANIME) Sat 11:30 am (ANIME) Sun 07:00 pm (ANIME) Mon 10:00 am (ANIME)

Jane Espenson

Fri 10:00 am (BRIT) Fri 01:00 pm (AMSF) Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (WU) Sat 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 08:30 pm (POD) Sun 04:00 pm (AMSF)

Richard Estep

Fri 10:00 am (PN) Sat 05:30 pm (PN) Sun 10:00 am (PN) Mon 01:00 pm (PN)

Dragon*Con 2013


F Mike Faber

Fri 10:00 am (CLSF) Fri 01:00 pm (POD) Fri 05:30 pm (CLSF) Fri 07:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 11:30 am (CLSF) Sat 01:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (POD) Sun 07:00 pm (BRIT) Mon 10:00 am (BRIT) Mon 01:00 pm (BRIT)

Tim Farley

Fri 11:30 am (SKEP)

Terry Farrell

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (TREK) Sun 04:00 pm (TREK)

Bill Fawcett

Fri 11:30 am (WRIT) Fri 02:30 pm (FL) Fri 07:00 pm (GAME) Sat 02:30 pm (GAME) Sat 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (WRIT)

Ken Feinberg

Fri 11:30 am (FILM)

Dave Fennoy

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (VGT) Sat 01:00 pm (VGT) Sun 02:30 pm (VGT)

Louis Ferreira

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 02:30 pm (SGM) Sun 02:30 pm (SGM) Mon 10:00 am (SGM)

Susan Fichtelberg

Fri 11:30 am (YA) Sun 02:30 pm (YA)

Mon 01:00 pm (YA)

Ashley S. Field

Fri 10:00 am (PN) Sat 02:30 pm (PN) Sat 05:30 pm (PN) Sun 11:30 am (PN) Mon 10:00 am (PN)

Sheyne Fleischer

Fri 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 01:00 pm (ALT)

John L. Flynn

Fri 04:00 pm (WRIT) Fri 07:00 pm (FILM) Fri 08:30 pm (X) Sat 05:30 pm (AR) Sat 08:30 pm (X)

Eugie Foster

Fri 01:00 pm (SFL) Fri 05:30 pm (YA) Sat 05:30 pm (FL) Mon 04:00 pm (WRIT)

John Foster

Sun 01:00 pm (MMO)

Jason David Frank

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (KT) Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (MAIN)

Peter H. Friedman

Sat 01:00 pm (EFF) Sat 05:30 pm (EFF) Sat 08:30 pm (EFF) Sun 05:30 pm (EFF)

Stanton Friedman

Fri 02:30 pm (PN) Sat 10:00 am (PN) Sun 02:30 pm (PN) Mon 10:00 am (PN)

Michael K. Frith

Fri 04:00 pm (PUPPET) Sat 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Sat 02:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 04:00 pm (PUPPET)

Sun 10:00 am (PUPPET) Sun 02:30 pm (TOON)

G Seth Gabel

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (X) Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Galanoth

Sat 02:30 pm (MMO)

Chris Gann

Fri 01:00 pm (MAIN)

Jaym Gates

Fri 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 10:00 am (POD)

Josh Gates

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (PN) Sat 11:30 am (PN) Sun 11:30 am (PN) Mon 11:30 am (PN)

Janina Gavankar

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (HT) Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 01:00 pm (AMSF) Mon 10:00 am (AMSF)

Dr. Pamela L. Gay

Fri 01:00 pm (SPACE) Sat 01:00 pm (SKEP) Sat 07:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 11:30 am (SCI) Sun 04:00 pm (SCI) Sun 05:30 pm (POD) Sun 08:30 pm (SKEP) Mon 02:30 pm (SPACE)

Sonia Gensler

Sat 11:30 am (AUTO) Sat 08:30 pm (YA) Sat 10:00 pm (YA) Sun 10:00 am (READ)

Ghost of the Robot

Sat 12:00 am (LIVE)

Gary Gianni

Comics Artist Alley Mon 10:00 am (COMICS)

Dr. Bill Gibson

Fri 10:00 am (SCI) Fri 01:00 pm (SCI)

Allan Gilbreath

Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

David Macinnis Gill

Fri 02:30 pm (YA) Fri 07:00 pm (KT) Sun 02:30 pm (KT) Sun 07:00 pm (SFL) Mon 01:00 pm (YA)

Laura Anne Gilman

Fri 02:30 pm (READ) Fri 07:00 pm (UF) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 04:00 pm (UF) Sat 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (UF) Sun 04:00 pm (AUTO) Mon 10:00 am (UF)

John Glover

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 05:30 pm (AMSF) Sun 02:30 pm (AMSF) Mon 11:30 am (AMSF)

Paul Goddard

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 04:00 pm (CLSF) Sun 11:30 am (CLSF)

Thomas Michael Gofton

Steve Gonsalves

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (PN) Sat 11:30 am (PN) Sun 11:30 am (PN) Mon 11:30 am (PN)

Donna Governor

Sat 11:30 am (SCI) Sat 01:00 pm (SCI) Mon 10:00 am (SCI) Mon 11:30 am (SCI)

Amanda Goodbread

Sun 01:00 pm (TOON)

Honey Goodenough

Sat 10:00 am (PUPPET) Sat 11:30 am (PUPPET) Sat 05:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 07:00 pm (PUPPET)

Michael Gordon

Comics Artist Alley Fri 01:00 pm (POD) Fri 02:30 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 am (CLSF) Sat 04:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (POD) Sun 08:30 pm (CLSF)

Stacey Gordon

Fri 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 10:00 am (PUPPET) Sat 11:30 am (PUPPET) Sun 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 08:30 pm (PUPPET)

Chris Gore

Sat 10:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Burn Gorman

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (AMSF) Sat 02:30 pm (BRIT)

Fri 11:30 am (FILM) Fri 04:00 pm (FL) Sat 05:30 pm (FILM) Sun 02:30 pm (FILM) Sun 04:00 pm (FILM) Mon 11:30 am (FILM)

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Dr. Stephen Granade

Fri 09:00 am (MAIN) Fri 07:00 pm (SCI) Sat 09:00 am (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (SCI) Sun 09:00 am (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (POD) Sun 11:30 am (POD) Sun 02:30 pm (SPACE) Mon 09:00 am (MAIN)

Grandpa’s Cough Medicine Thu 11:30 pm (LIVE) Fri 01:00 pm (CONC) Sun 03:00 pm (CONC)

Ona Grauer

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (SGM) Sun 02:30 pm (SGM) Mon 10:00 am (SGM)

Erin Gray

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (WKS) Sat 02:30 pm (WKS) Sun 02:30 pm (WKS) Mon 10:00 am (WKS)

Kevin R. Grazier

Fri 11:30 am (AMSF) Fri 05:30 pm (SFL) Sat 01:00 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sat 10:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 10:00 am (SCI) Sun 07:00 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Brian Green

Fri 01:00 pm (MMO) Fri 04:00 pm (MMO) Fri 07:00 pm (WRIT)

Matt Green

Fri 10:00 am (FILM) Sat 11:30 am (AR) Sat 04:00 pm (FILM) Sat 08:30 pm (AR)

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Sun 07:00 pm (FILM) Mon 11:30 am (FILM)

Andrew Greenberg

Sat 08:30 pm (EFF) Sun 10:00 am (VGT) Sun 01:00 pm (GAME) Sun 08:30 pm (EFF) Mon 04:00 pm (VGT)

greendragon

Fri 08:30 pm (TOLK) Sat 04:00 pm (TOLK) Sat 05:30 pm (TOLK) Sun 01:00 pm (TOLK)

Michelle R. Griffin

Fri 02:30 pm (PN) Sat 01:00 pm (PN) Sun 02:30 pm (PN)

Clay and Susan Griffith Fri 10:00 am (UF) Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Fri 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (READ) Sun 10:00 am (AUTO) Sun 04:00 pm (YA) Sun 07:00 pm (UF)

Daniel Griffith

Fri 08:30 pm (HT) Sat 11:30 am (HT) Sat 02:30 pm (HT) Sat 11:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 11:30 am (FILM) Sun 08:30 pm (HT)

Austin Grossman

Sat 07:00 pm (VGT) Sun 01:00 pm (AUTO) Mon 01:00 pm (VGT)

Lev Grossman

Fri 04:00 pm (YA) Fri 05:30 pm (READ) Sat 11:30 am (AUTO) Sun 04:00 pm (FL) Sun 05:30 pm (FL)

D.J. Grothe

Sun 11:30 am (SKEP) Sun 08:30 pm (SKEP) Mon 04:00 pm (SKEP)

Ioan Gruffudd

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 04:00 pm (MAIN)

Nicole Gugliucci

Fri 01:00 pm (SPACE) Fri 02:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 07:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 07:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 10:00 pm (SPACE)

Daxiong Guo

Comics Artist Alley Sat 05:30 pm (SILK) Sun 01:00 pm (SILK)

H RJ Haddy

Fri 10:00 am (WKS) Fri 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sat 11:30 am (CSTM) Sat 07:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM)

Laurell K. Hamilton

Fri 02:30 pm (UF) Fri 04:00 pm (AUTO) Fri 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 04:00 pm (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 11:30 am (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 pm (UF) Mon 10:00 am (UF)

Nicole Harsch

Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 11:30 am (MAIN)

A. J. Hartley

Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Sat 01:00 pm (READ) Sat 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 08:30 pm (WRIT) Mon 04:00 pm (WRIT)

Rachel Hartman

Sat 10:00 am (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (YA) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (FL) Mon 11:30 am (YA) Mon 01:00 pm (YA)

John G. Hartness

Fri 05:30 pm (READ) Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 01:00 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 pm (UF)

Richard Hatch

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (AMSF) Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 07:00 pm (CLSF) Mon 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Laura Haywood-Cory

Sun 02:30 pm (SFL)

Tom Heintjes

Sun 11:30 am (COMICS)

Lance Heiskell

Fri 04:00 pm (ANIME) Sat 04:00 pm (ANIME) Sun 11:30 am (ANIME)

Gabrielle Harbowy

Heather Henry

David Harmer

Leanna Renee Hieber

Fri 04:00 pm (SFL) Fri 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 02:30 pm (READ) Sat 05:30 pm (AR) Sun 01:00 pm (AR)

Sat 07:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM) Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Fri 08:30 pm (ALT) Sat 11:30 am (AUTO)

Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sun 11:30 am (READ) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Mon 01:00 pm (UF)

Kathryn Hinds

Fri 05:30 pm (READ) Sat 10:00 am (WRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sat 08:30 pm (YA) Sun 05:30 pm (ALT) Sun 07:00 pm (ALT) Sun 08:30 pm (UF) Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

Kenneth Hite

Fri 02:30 pm (GAME) Fri 05:30 pm (GAME) Fri 07:00 pm (GAME) Sat 05:30 pm (GAME) Sat 07:00 pm (HT) Sun 01:00 pm (GAME) Sun 02:30 pm (GAME) Sun 05:30 pm (HT)

Michelle Hodkin

Fri 01:00 pm (YA) Sat 07:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 10:00 pm (YA)

Laurie Holden

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 01:00 pm (VGT) Sun 05:30 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

Kris Holden-Ried

Walk of Fame Sat 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 11:30 am (UF) Mon 11:30 am (UF)

Trip Hope

Fri 11:30 am (FILM) Fri 08:30 pm (FILM) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Mon 11:30 am (ALT)

Mike Horner

Fri 05:30 pm (PUPPET) Fri 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Sat 01:00 pm (PUPPET)

Russell Hornsby

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (X) Sat 04:00 pm (X) Sun 10:00 am (X) Mon 10:00 am (X)

Jon David Hotchkiss

Fri 10:00 am (SKEP) Fri 01:00 pm (WKS) Fri 10:00 pm (SKEP) Sat 10:00 am (WKS) Sat 04:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 04:00 pm (WKS) Mon 04:00 pm (SKEP)

Kelly Hu

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (X) Sat 05:30 pm (KT) Sun 01:00 pm (AMSF) Mon 10:00 am (AMSF)

John Hudgens

Fri 10:00 am (FILM)

Ernie Hudson

Walk of Fame Fri 07:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (CLSF)

Kerrie Lynn Hughes

Fri 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 10:00 am (WRIT) Mon 10:00 am (ALT) Mon 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Faith Hunter

Fri 02:30 pm (AUTO) Fri 07:00 pm (UF) Fri 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (UF) Sat 04:00 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 am (UF) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 04:00 pm (READ)

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Mon 10:00 am (UF) Mon 11:30 am (WRIT)

Melissa Hutchison

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (VGT) Sat 01:00 pm (VGT)

Jamie Hyneman

Sat 11:30 am (AUTO) Sat 05:30 pm (MAIN)

I Samantha Inoue-harte

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (ANIME) Fri 01:00 pm (TOON) Fri 07:00 pm (ANIME) Sat 02:30 pm (ANIME) Sat 04:00 pm (TOON) Sat 08:30 pm (ANIME) Sun 01:00 pm (ANIME) Sun 05:30 pm (ANIME) Sun 07:00 pm (ANIME) Mon 10:00 am (ANIME)

Frank Ippolito

Sat 07:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

J Chris A Jackson

Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 01:00 pm (SFL)

D.B. Jackson

Fri 10:00 am (UF) Fri 11:30 am (WRIT) Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 am (WRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sun 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 02:30 pm (READ) Mon 10:00 am (UF)

Steve Jaros

Fri 02:30 pm (VGT) Sun 01:00 pm (VGT) Sun 07:00 pm (VGT) Mon 01:00 pm (VGT)

Georges Jeanty

Comics Artist Alley Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Mon 10:00 am (MAIN)

Tomas Jech

Mon 10:00 am (VGT)

Herbert Jefferson Jr.

Walk of Fame Sat 07:00 pm (CLSF)

Paul Jenkins

Sun 01:00 pm (COMICS)

Brodrick Jones

Fri 02:30 pm (PUPPET) Fri 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Fri 10:00 pm (PUPPET) Mon 01:00 pm (PUPPET)

Catherine Lee Jones

Fri 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sat 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 01:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM) Mon 11:30 am (CSTM)

Cory Hudson Jones

Fri 01:00 pm (VGT) Fri 07:00 pm (VGT) Sat 04:00 pm (VGT) Sat 05:30 pm (MMO) Mon 11:30 am (VGT)

Doug Jones

Walk of Fame Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 11:30 am (HT) Sun 04:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 07:00 pm (HT)

Walter Jones

Walk of Fame Fri 07:00 pm (KT) Sat 04:00 pm (KT) Sun 11:30 am (KT) Mon 10:00 am (KT)

Christopher Judge

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 05:30 pm (SGM) Sun 02:30 pm (SGM) Mon 10:00 am (SGM)

K Jennifer Dawn Kalmanson Sat 04:00 pm (SPACE) Sat 10:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 01:00 pm (SPACE) Mon 01:00 pm (TREK)

Phillip C. Kalmanson

Sat 04:00 pm (SPACE) Sat 10:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 01:00 pm (SPACE) Mon 01:00 pm (TREK)

Lloyd Kaufman

Fri 11:30 am (FILM) Sun 08:30 pm (WRIT)

Dominic Keating

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (TREK) Sun 04:00 pm (TREK)

Bill Keel

Fri 10:00 pm (SPACE) Fri 11:30 pm (SPACE) Sat 01:00 pm (SPACE) Sat 11:30 pm (SPACE) Sun 04:00 pm (SPACE) Mon 12:30 am (SPACE) Mon 01:00 pm (SPACE)

Sherrilyn Kenyon

Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Sat 01:00 pm (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 10:00 pm (YA) Sun 11:30 am (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 05:30 pm (AUTO) Mon 11:30 am (AUTO) Mon 01:00 pm (AUTO)

Brian Kesinger

Comics Artist Alley Fri 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 11:30 am (ALT)

Ali Khan

Fri 11:30 am (SCI) Fri 02:30 pm (SKEP)

Jessica Khoury

Sun 11:30 am (YA) Sun 01:00 pm (YA)

Roy Kilgard

Fri 11:30 pm (SPACE) Sat 11:30 pm (SPACE) Mon 12:30 am (SPACE)

Margaret Killjoy

Fri 08:30 pm (ALT) Fri 11:30 pm (ALT) Sat 07:00 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 pm (ALT)

Emily Kinney

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

William Kircher

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (TOLK) Sat 11:30 am (TOLK) Sun 05:30 pm (TOLK) Mon 10:00 am (TOLK)

KISSNATION

Sun 12:00 am (LIVE)

Sifu Kisu

Fri 04:00 pm (TOON)

Deidre Knight

Sun 10:00 am (WRIT) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 07:00 pm (WRIT)

Nancy Knight

Fri 10:00 am (WRIT) Fri 01:00 pm (WRIT) Fri 08:30 pm (WRIT)

Sat 04:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 10:00 am (WRIT) Sun 11:30 am (WRIT) Sun 04:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 07:00 pm (WRIT)

Alex Konat

Sun 04:00 pm (COMICS)

Alethea Kontis

Fri 02:30 pm (READ) Fri 05:30 pm (YA) Sat 01:00 pm (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (FL) Sun 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Mon 01:00 pm (UF)

Bonnie Kunzel

Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Sun 02:30 pm (YA) Sun 04:00 pm (YA)

Katherine Kurtz

Fri 11:30 am (WRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (FL) Sat 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 11:30 am (FL)

L Jessica Lackey

Fri 05:30 pm (HT) Fri 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 05:30 pm (HT) Mon 01:30 am (LIVE)

Mercedes Lackey

Fri 01:00 pm (FL) Fri 07:00 pm (UF) Sat 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 02:30 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (FL) Sat 11:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 11:30 am (WRIT) Sun 04:00 pm (FL) Sun 05:30 pm (WRIT)

Michael J. Laine

Fri 10:00 am (SPACE) Sat 05:30 pm (SPACE)

Maurice LaMarche

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (TOON) Sun 02:30 pm (TOON) Sun 07:00 pm (TOON) Mon 10:00 am (TOON)

Phil LaMarr

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (TOON) Sat 04:00 pm (SW) Sat 08:30 pm (POD) Sun 02:30 pm (TOON) Sun 05:30 pm (TOON)

Cheralyn Lambeth

Fri 05:30 pm (CSTM) Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 08:30 pm (CSTM) Mon 02:30 pm (TREK)

Eloy Lasanta

Fri 10:00 am (GAME) Fri 01:00 pm (GAME) Fri 02:30 pm (GAME)

Aaron Lathrop

Fri 10:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 05:30 pm (PUPPET) Mon 01:00 pm (PUPPET)

Miracle Laurie

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (WU) Sat 02:30 pm (WU) Sun 01:00 pm (WU) Mon 11:30 am (WU)

Lucy Lawless

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (AMSF)

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Jonathan LeCraft

Fri 01:00 pm (VGT) Fri 02:30 pm (MMO) Sat 05:30 pm (MMO)

David Anthony Lee

Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 07:00 pm (ALT) Sun 02:30 pm (ALT)

Gina L. Leigh

Fri 02:30 pm (PUPPET) Fri 10:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 05:30 pm (PUPPET) Sun 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Mon 01:00 pm (PUPPET)

Stephanie Leonidas

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (AR) Sun 04:00 pm (AR) Mon 11:30 am (AR)

John Levene

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 11:30 am (BRIT) Sun 11:30 am (BRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (CLSF)

Rob Levy

Fri 10:00 am (BRIT) Fri 11:30 am (BRIT) Fri 01:00 pm (X) Fri 02:30 pm (BRIT) Fri 04:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 11:30 am (BRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 10:00 am (BRIT) Sun 11:30 am (BRIT) Sun 04:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 05:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 07:00 pm (X) Mon 10:00 am (BRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (BRIT)

D. Alan Lewis

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT)

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Sat 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 10:00 am (ALT)

Molly Lewis

Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Brad Linaweaver

Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 08:30 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 pm (ALT) Sun 08:30 pm (WRIT)

Lips Down on Dixie

Sat 08:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 01:30 am (LIVE)

Gareth David Lloyd

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (BRIT) Sat 01:30 am (LIVE) Sat 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 11:30 am (BRIT)

Kelly Lockhart

Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 am (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (MAIN) Mon 10:00 am (MAIN) Mon 11:30 am (MAIN)

Todd Lockwood

Sat 02:30 pm (FL) Sat 07:00 pm (ART) Sun 02:30 pm (ART)

Cirroc Lofton

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (TREK) Sun 04:00 pm (TREK) Mon 11:30 am (TREK)

Daniel Logan

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (SW) Sat 04:00 pm (SW) Sun 04:00 pm (SW)

Traci Lords

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Comfort Deborah Love

Comics Artist Alley Sat 07:00 pm (COMICS) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (COMICS)

Talloolah Love

Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Fri 11:30 pm (ALT) Sun 12:00 am (MAIN)

George Lowe

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (TOON) Sun 05:30 pm (TOON)

M Sarah J. Maas

Fri 05:30 pm (YA) Sun 01:00 pm (READ) Sun 02:30 pm (AUTO) Mon 11:30 am (YA)

Jonathan Maberry

Fri 11:30 am (YA) Fri 01:00 pm (ARM) Fri 05:30 pm (AUTO) Fri 07:00 pm (HT) Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 07:00 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (AR) Sat 10:00 pm (YA) Sun 05:30 pm (COMICS) Sun 10:00 pm (CLSF) Mon 11:30 am (WRIT)

Erin Patricia Macdonald Fri 01:00 pm (SPACE) Sat 08:30 pm (SPACE) Mon 01:00 pm (SCI)

Allison Mack

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 05:30 pm (AMSF)

Sun 02:30 pm (AMSF) Mon 11:30 am (AMSF)

Scott MacMillan

Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN)

Mark Maddox

Sat 08:30 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 pm (SFL) Sun 02:30 pm (CLSF) Mon 11:30 am (CLSF)

Don Maitz

Sat 02:30 pm (FL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 02:30 pm (ART) Mon 11:30 am (ART)

Lee Majors

Walk of Fame Sat 01:00 pm (CLSF) Sun 02:30 pm (CLSF)

Matthew Charles Malis

Fri 01:00 pm (GAME) Sun 04:00 pm (GAME)

Mari Mancusi

Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Fri 10:00 pm (HT) Sat 10:00 am (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (AUTO) Sun 01:00 pm (UF) Sun 04:00 pm (YA) Sun 08:30 pm (WRIT) Mon 11:30 am (WRIT)

Bruce Mangan

Fri 04:00 pm (PN) Sat 04:00 pm (PN) Sun 04:00 pm (PN)

Brian Markinson

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (AMSF) Sat 02:30 pm (AMSF) Sun 05:30 pm (AMSF)

James Marsters

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (BRIT) Sat 12:00 am (LIVE)

Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 10:00 am (WU) Mon 11:30 am (AMSF)

Anya Martin

Fri 07:00 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (SFL) Sun 08:30 pm (HT)

Gail Z. Martin

Fri 11:30 am (EFF) Fri 04:00 pm (READ) Fri 08:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 10:00 am (POD) Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 01:00 pm (AR) Sun 07:00 pm (EFF) Sun 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 04:00 pm (WRIT)

William C. Martin

Sun 11:30 am (SFL)

Michael Martinez

Sat 04:00 pm (TOLK)

Frank Mastromauro

Sun 04:00 pm (COMICS)

Alex Mayberry

Fri 01:00 pm (VGT) Fri 04:00 pm (VGT) Sat 02:30 pm (VGT) Mon 10:00 am (VGT)

Bob Mayer

Mon 01:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (WRIT)

Georgia McBride

Fri 10:00 am (KT) Fri 02:30 pm (YA) Fri 07:00 pm (YA) Fri 08:30 pm (KT) Sat 07:00 pm (KT) Sun 10:00 am (AUTO) Sun 02:30 pm (READ)

Todd McCaffrey

Fri 01:00 pm (READ) Fri 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 11:30 am (YA) Sat 04:00 pm (FL)

Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (FL) Sun 11:30 am (FL) Sun 02:30 pm (FL) Mon 10:00 am (FL)

Eddie McClintock

Walk of Fame Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 11:30 am (X) Mon 11:30 am (X)

Kandyse McClure

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (AMSF) Sat 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sun 10:00 am (AMSF) Mon 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Chris McCorkindale

Sat 08:30 pm (HT)

Sylvester McCoy

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sat 11:30 am (TOLK) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN) Mon 10:00 am (TOLK) Mon 01:00 pm (BRIT)

LCDR Mark McDonagh

Fri 09:00 am (NSDMG) Fri 10:00 am (NSDMG) Fri 11:00 am (NSDMG) Fri 10:00 pm (NSDMG) Sat 11:00 am (NSDMG) Sun 10:00 pm (NSDMG)

Malcolm McDowell

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 05:30 pm (TOON)

Paul McGinnis

Fri 10:00 pm (PUPPET) Fri 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 08:30 pm (PUPPET)

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Dan McGirt

Fri 04:00 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 07:00 pm (WRIT)

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn Walk of Fame Sat 11:30 am (ANIME) Sun 07:00 pm (ANIME) Mon 10:00 am (ANIME)

Liam McIntyre

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (AMSF) Sat 01:00 pm (AMSF) Sun 07:00 pm (AMSF)

Mika McKinnon

Fri 05:30 pm (SPACE) Sat 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 04:00 pm (SGM) Sat 08:30 pm (SCI) Sun 01:00 pm (AR) Sun 04:00 pm (SCI) Sun 08:30 pm (SFL)

Mike McKone

Comics Artist Alley Sun 05:30 pm (COMICS)

Graham McTavish

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (TOLK) Sat 11:30 am (TOLK) Sun 05:30 pm (TOLK) Mon 10:00 am (TOLK)

Mark Meer

Fri 10:00 am (FILM) Sun 11:30 am (VGT) Sun 02:30 pm (VGT) Sun 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Mon 12:00 am (PUPPET)

Farah Jane Mendlesohn Sat 04:00 pm (TOLK) Sun 08:30 pm (SFL)

Travis Scott Merrill

Fri 11:30 am (CSTM) Fri 02:30 pm (ALT) Fri 05:30 pm (CSTM) Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sat 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sat 05:30 pm (CSTM) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 11:30 am (ALT) Sun 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 08:30 pm (CSTM) Mon 11:30 am (ALT)

Tom Merritt

Fri 04:00 pm (POD) Fri 05:30 pm (POD) Fri 08:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 02:30 pm (POD) Sat 07:00 pm (POD) Sun 10:00 pm (POD)

Midtown Brass

Sat 12:00 pm (CONC)

Vic Mignogna

Walk of Fame Fri 08:30 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (ANIME) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Sarah Milkovich

Fri 11:30 am (SPACE) Fri 01:00 pm (SPACE) Fri 07:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 05:30 pm (SPACE)

Mike Miller

Comics Artist Alley Fri 02:30 pm (FL)

James Minz

Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (SFL) Sun 07:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

Silas Weir Mitchell Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (X) Sat 04:00 pm (X)

Rebecca Moesta

Fri 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 05:30 pm (WRIT)

Chelsea Monroe-Cassel Fri 02:30 pm (FL) Sat 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 01:00 pm (FL)

Dean Motter

Comics Artist Alley Fri 04:00 pm (COMICS)

Kathryn Mullen

Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Sat 02:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 04:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 10:00 am (PUPPET) Sun 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 02:30 pm (PUPPET)

Jaime Murray

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (AR) Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 04:00 pm (AR) Mon 11:30 am (AR)

Jef Murray

Fri 02:30 pm (TOLK) Sat 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 05:30 pm (READ) Sun 02:30 pm (TOLK)

Sabutai Musashi

Fri 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 11:30 am (SILK) Sat 01:00 pm (SILK) Sun 05:30 pm (SILK) Sun 07:00 pm (SILK)

E.C. Myers

Fri 11:30 am (YA) Fri 08:30 pm (KT) Sat 01:00 pm (YA)

Sat 05:30 pm (READ) Sun 11:30 am (YA)

Eve Myles

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (BRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 11:30 am (BRIT)

N Ted Naifeh

Comics Artist Alley Fri 02:30 pm (COMICS) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Mon 01:00 pm (UF)

Kathy Najimy

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 07:00 pm (TOON) Sun 10:00 am (TOON) Sun 02:30 pm (VGT)

Pamela Diane Nance Fri 10:00 am (PN) Sat 02:30 pm (PN) Sat 05:30 pm (PN) Sun 11:30 am (PN) Mon 10:00 am (PN)

Amber Nash

Sun 11:30 pm (POD)

Bobby Nash

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 04:00 pm (CLSF) Fri 07:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 am (POD) Sat 01:00 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 pm (SFL) Sun 11:30 am (AUTO) Sun 02:30 pm (POD) Sun 07:00 pm (CLSF)

New York Disco Villains Thu 10:00 pm (LIVE) Sat 06:00 pm (CONC) Sun 10:30 pm (CONC)

New York Jedi

Fri 05:30 pm (SW) Sun 10:00 am (SW)

Jasika Nicole

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (X) Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 02:30 pm (X)

Matt Nitchie

Sat 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Mon 12:00 am (PUPPET)

Larry Niven

Fri 02:30 pm (AUTO) Fri 06:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (SFL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (SFL) Sun 04:00 pm (FL) Sun 05:30 pm (AUTO)

Friggatriskaidekaphobia Treatment Nurse Fri 05:30 pm (SKEP) Sun 08:30 pm (SKEP) Mon 04:00 pm (SKEP)

Jody Lynn Nye

Thu 09:00 am (WKS) Fri 09:00 am (WKS) Fri 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 04:00 pm (FL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 02:30 pm (FL) Sun 04:00 pm (FL) Sun 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 08:30 pm (SFL)

Nythera

Sat 02:30 pm (MMO) Sun 10:00 am (MMO)

O Rhonda Oglesby

Fri 11:30 am (GAME) Sat 07:00 pm (GAME) Sun 07:00 pm (GAME)

Jana Oliver

Fri 10:00 am (UF) Fri 11:30 am (YA) Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Fri 10:00 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 am (WRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sat 08:30 pm (ALT) Sun 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 02:30 pm (READ) Mon 10:00 am (SFL) Mon 01:00 pm (UF)

Edward James Olmos

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (AMSF) Sat 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sun 10:00 am (AMSF) Mon 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Olivia Olson

Walk of Fame Sat 11:30 am (KT) Sat 02:30 pm (KT) Sat 05:30 pm (KT) Sun 07:00 pm (KT)

Sam Ortega

Fri 05:30 pm (SFL) Sat 02:30 pm (SPACE) Sat 04:00 pm (SPACE) Mon 09:30 am (SPACE)

Siya Oum

Sun 04:00 pm (COMICS)

P Zoie Palmer

Walk of Fame Sat 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 11:30 am (UF) Mon 11:30 am (UF)

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Jimmy Palmiotti

Comics Artist Alley Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 02:30 pm (COMICS) Mon 01:00 pm (VGT)

Lara Parker

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (HT) Sat 11:30 am (HT) Sun 01:00 pm (HT) Mon 11:30 am (HT)

Jim Parrack

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 10:00 am (HT)

Beth Patterson

Thu 07:30 pm (LIVE) Fri 03:00 pm (CONC) Sat 03:00 pm (CONC) Sun 01:00 pm (CONC) Sun 07:30 pm (CONC)

Adrian Paul

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 07:00 pm (CLSF) Sun 01:00 pm (CLSF)

Paul and Storm

Fri 11:30 am (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 11:30 am (VGT) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Rob Paulsen

Walk of Fame Sun 05:30 pm (TOON) Sun 07:00 pm (TOON) Mon 10:00 am (TOON)

Dan Payne

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 05:30 pm (SGM) Sun 04:00 pm (SGM) Mon 10:00 am (SGM)

124

Ay-leen the Peacemaker Fri 08:30 pm (ALT) Sat 05:30 pm (SFL) Sun 02:30 pm (SILK) Sun 05:30 pm (ALT) Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

Lars Pearson

Sat 11:30 am (BRIT) Sat 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (BRIT) Sat 10:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (BRIT)

Tahmoh Penikett

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (AMSF) Sat 02:30 pm (AMSF) Sun 01:00 pm (WU) Mon 01:00 pm (AMSF)

Len Peralta

Fri 01:00 pm (POD) Sat 01:00 pm (POD) Sat 07:00 pm (POD)

Diana Peterfreund

Fri 01:00 pm (YA) Sat 11:30 am (AUTO) Sat 02:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (YA) Sun 07:00 pm (SFL) Mon 11:30 am (YA)

Luvia Petersen

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (AMSF) Sat 02:30 pm (AMSF) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (AMSF)

Mike Phirman

Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Phoenicia

Fri 11:30 am (WKS) Sat 02:30 pm (WKS) Sat 04:00 pm (SILK) Sun 02:30 pm (WKS) Mon 11:30 am (WKS)

John Picacio

Fri 11:30 am (MAIN) Fri 01:00 pm (GAME)

Massimo Pigliucci

Sat 05:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 07:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 02:30 pm (SKEP) Sun 08:30 pm (SKEP)

Mitch Pileggi

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 02:30 pm (X) Sun 02:30 pm (SGM) Mon 10:00 am (X)

Richard Pini

Sat 01:00 pm (COMICS) Sun 05:30 pm (FL)

Wendy Pini

Sat 01:00 pm (COMICS) Sat 02:30 pm (FL)

Phil Plait

Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (SPACE) Fri 10:00 pm (SKEP) Sat 10:00 pm (SPACE) Sun 11:30 am (SPACE)

Van Allen Plexico

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 02:30 pm (CLSF) Fri 04:00 pm (WU) Fri 05:30 pm (COMICS) Fri 07:00 pm (SFL) Fri 10:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 am (CLSF) Sat 11:30 am (CLSF) Sat 02:30 pm (SFL) Sat 04:00 pm (SFL) Sat 10:00 pm (SFL) Sun 10:00 am (SFL) Sun 01:00 pm (READ) Sun 08:30 pm (CLSF) Mon 10:00 am (CLSF) Mon 11:30 am (SFL)

Ken Plume

Fri 04:00 pm (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Aaron Poole

Fri 01:00 pm (X) Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Fri 08:30 pm (X) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (X) Sun 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN) Mon 02:30 pm (X)

CCH Pounder

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (X) Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 11:30 am (X) Mon 11:30 am (X)

Karen Prell

Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Sat 02:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 04:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 11:30 am (PUPPET) Sun 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 05:30 pm (VGT) Mon 10:00 am (VGT)

Andy Price

Comics Artist Alley Sun 04:00 pm (TOON)

Kalayna Price

Fri 07:00 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 am (UF) Sat 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 10:00 pm (UF) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Mon 01:00 pm (UF)

Cherie Priest

Fri 10:00 am (UF) Fri 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (HT) Sat 10:00 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 pm (ALT) Sun 10:00 am (UF) Sun 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 05:30 pm (ALT) Sun 07:00 pm (UF)

Professor Elemental

Fri 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 12:00 am (LIVE) Sun 08:30 pm (ALT)

George Pérez

Comics Artist Alley Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Q Linnea Quigley

Walk of Fame Sat 01:00 pm (HT) Sun 11:30 am (HT) Sun 07:00 pm (HT)

Sun 10:00 am (SPACE) Mon 10:00 am (SPACE)

Trina Ray

Fri 11:30 am (SPACE) Sat 02:30 pm (SPACE) Sun 11:30 pm (SPACE) Mon 11:30 am (SPACE)

Omar Rayyan

Sun 10:00 am (ART) Sun 02:30 pm (ART)

Mike Resnick

Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (WRIT)

Beth Revis

Fri 10:00 am (KT) Fri 02:30 pm (YA) Fri 05:30 pm (YA) Fri 07:00 pm (KT) Sat 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sun 01:00 pm (YA)

Carla Rhodes

Fri 08:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 01:00 am (PUPPET) Sat 10:00 pm (PUPPET)

Gray Rinehart

Sun 02:30 pm (SFL)

R Benjamin Radford

John D. Ringo

Chad Ramey

Tedd Roberts

Thu 07:00 pm (WKS) Fri 10:00 am (SKEP) Fri 02:30 pm (SKEP) Fri 04:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 10:00 am (WKS) Sun 01:00 pm (SKEP) Sat 02:30 pm (SCI) Sat 04:00 pm (SCI) Sun 08:30 pm (SCI) Sun 10:00 pm (SCI)

Stephen W. Ramsden

Fri 10:00 am (SPACE) Sat 10:00 am (SPACE) Sun 10:00 am (SPACE)

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 11:30 am (SFL) Mon 04:00 pm (WRIT) Fri 05:30 pm (SFL) Fri 07:00 pm (SFL) Sat 02:30 pm (AR) Sun 01:00 pm (AR) Mon 02:30 pm (SCI)

Linda Robertson

Fri 07:00 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 am (UF) Sat 04:00 pm (UF)

Dragon*Con 2013


Sat 08:30 pm (UF) Sun 07:00 pm (UF) Mon 10:00 am (WRIT)

Rogue

Fri 05:30 pm (HT) Fri 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 05:30 pm (HT) Mon 01:30 am (LIVE)

Pierre Rollin

Fri 11:30 am (SCI)

Michael Rome, Esq.

Fri 04:00 pm (FILM) Sun 05:30 pm (FILM)

Romily

Fri 11:30 pm (EFF) Sat 10:00 am (MMO) Sat 08:30 pm (MMO) Sun 04:00 pm (MMO) Sun 11:30 pm (EFF)

Michael Rooker

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (HT) Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 01:00 pm (VGT) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

Teryl Rothery

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 05:30 pm (SGM) Sun 02:30 pm (SGM)

Jacob Rougemont

Comics Artist Alley Sun 11:30 am (COMICS)

Andy Runton

Comics Artist Alley Sat 05:30 pm (COMICS)

Erin Ryder

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (PN) Sat 11:30 am (PN) Sun 11:30 am (PN)

S Mike Sakuta

Fri 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 11:30 am (MAIN)

Julian Sands

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 05:30 pm (AMSF) Sun 07:00 pm (HT)

Adam Savage

Fri 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 11:30 am (AUTO) Sat 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Robert J. Sawyer

Fri 07:00 pm (SFL) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sun 01:00 pm (READ) Mon 11:30 am (SFL)

Raphael Sbarge

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (AMSF) Sat 11:30 am (AMSF) Sun 11:30 am (VGT)

Charlie Schlatter

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (KT) Sat 02:30 pm (KT) Sun 02:30 pm (VGT)

Shawn M. Schuster

Sat 11:30 am (MMO)

Victoria Schwab

Sat 10:00 pm (YA) Mon 11:30 am (YA)

Randal L. Schwartz

Fri 02:30 pm (EFF) Sat 01:00 pm (POD) Sat 07:00 pm (EFF) Sun 04:00 pm (EFF) Sun 07:00 pm (EFF)

Kathryn Leigh Scott

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (HT) Sat 11:30 am (HT) Sun 01:00 pm (HT) Mon 11:30 am (HT)

Joseph Scrimshaw

Fri 10:00 am (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Fri 10:00 pm (SKEP) Sat 01:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 02:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 07:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Stephen H. Segal

Sun 05:30 pm (HT)

Mark Setrakian

Fri 02:30 pm (ROBOT) Sat 04:00 pm (ROBOT) Sun 04:00 pm (ROBOT)

Jeremy Shada

Walk of Fame Sat 11:30 am (KT) Sat 02:30 pm (KT) Sun 10:00 am (KT) Mon 11:30 am (KT)

Seth Shain

Fri 02:30 pm (VGT) Sat 07:00 pm (VGT) Sun 10:00 am (VGT)

William Shatner

Walk of Fame Sat 11:30 am (TREK) Sun 10:00 am (TREK)

Craig Sheffer

Walk of Fame Fri 08:30 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (HT) Sun 11:30 am (HT)

Joel Shepherd

Fri 04:00 pm (SFL) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Dr. Michael Shermer

Marina Sirtis

Peter Shinkoda

Fr. Bryan Small

Fri 07:00 pm (SKEP) Sat 02:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 05:30 pm (SKEP) Sun 02:30 pm (SKEP) Walk of Fame Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 10:00 am (FILM)

Aron Siegel

Sat 04:00 pm (FILM) Sun 01:00 pm (FILM) Sun 07:00 pm (FILM)

Scott Sigler

Fri 05:30 pm (POD) Sat 10:00 pm (POD) Sun 05:30 pm (POD)

David Silverman

Sat 10:00 pm (SKEP) Mon 04:00 pm (SKEP)

Anthony Simcoe

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 04:00 pm (CLSF) Sun 11:30 am (CLSF) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Shane Simek

Sat 05:30 pm (ARM)

Aiden Sinclair

Fri 07:00 pm (PN) Sat 01:00 pm (PN) Sun 01:00 pm (PN) Sun 05:30 pm (PN) Mon 11:30 am (PN)

IronE Singleton

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 01:00 pm (VGT) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (TREK) Sat 01:00 pm (TREK) Sun 04:00 pm (TREK) Fri 07:00 pm (X) Sat 07:00 pm (UF) Sat 08:30 pm (X) Sun 10:00 pm (UF)

Tom Smith

Fri 07:00 pm (FILK) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 10:00 pm (FILK) Sun 07:00 pm (FILK) Mon 12:00 pm (CONC)

Doug Sneyd

Comics Artist Alley Fri 01:00 pm (COMICS)

John C. Snider

Sun 10:00 pm (SKEP)

Christopher Soghoian Sat 10:00 am (EFF) Sat 04:00 pm (EFF) Sun 10:00 am (EFF) Sun 02:30 pm (EFF)

John F. Sokol

Fri 11:30 pm (EFF) Sat 11:30 pm (EFF) Sun 08:30 pm (EFF) Sun 11:30 pm (EFF)

Samantha Sommersby

Fri 10:00 am (UF) Sat 11:30 am (UF) Sat 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 01:00 pm (UF) Sun 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 07:00 pm (UF) Mon 02:30 pm (WRIT)

Blake Sorensen

Fri 01:00 pm (EFF) Sat 11:30 am (EFF) Sun 02:30 pm (EFF)

Anne Sowards

Fri 11:30 am (UF) Sun 10:00 am (WRIT) Sun 07:00 pm (WRIT)

Anthony Spay

Comics Artist Alley Fri 01:00 pm (COMICS)

Jennifer Spence

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 02:30 pm (AMSF) Sun 05:30 pm (AMSF) Mon 10:00 am (SGM)

Janine K. Spendlove

Fri 10:00 am (KT) Fri 11:30 am (KT) Fri 02:30 pm (YA) Fri 07:00 pm (YA) Sat 02:30 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (KT) Sat 05:30 pm (KT) Sun 11:30 am (KT) Sun 02:30 pm (KT) Sun 04:00 pm (KT)

Brent Spiner

Walk of Fame Sat 01:00 pm (TREK) Sun 11:30 am (X)

Ken Spivey

Fri 11:30 am (BRIT) Fri 02:30 pm (BRIT) Fri 04:00 pm (FILK) Fri 08:30 pm (SGM) Sat 11:30 am (SGM) Sat 04:00 pm (SGM) Sat 10:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (BRIT) Mon 11:30 am (SGM) Mon 01:00 pm (SGM) Mon 02:30 pm (BRIT)

Jennifer St. Giles

Fri 11:30 am (SFL)

Pocket Program 125


Michael Stackpole

Fri 10:00 am (WKS) Fri 11:30 am (WKS) Fri 04:00 pm (READ) Fri 07:00 pm (SW) Fri 08:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 10:00 am (WKS) Sat 01:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 04:00 pm (WKS) Sun 10:00 am (WKS) Sun 11:30 am (WKS) Sun 01:00 pm (WKS) Sun 05:30 pm (SW) Mon 02:30 pm (SW)

Kim Steadman

Fri 11:30 am (SPACE) Sun 07:00 pm (SPACE) Mon 11:30 am (SPACE)

Peter Steigerwald

Comics Artist Alley Sun 04:00 pm (COMICS)

Jeanne C. Stein

Fri 11:30 am (UF) Fri 04:00 pm (UF) Fri 07:00 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 am (UF) Sat 02:30 pm (UF) Sat 10:00 pm (UF) Sun 01:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 08:30 pm (UF) Mon 10:00 am (UF)

S.M. Stirling

Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 02:30 pm (READ) Sat 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 10:00 pm (ALT) Sun 01:00 pm (ALT) Sun 07:00 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 pm (SFL)

Ben Stoll

Fri 07:00 pm (VGT) Sat 04:00 pm (VGT) Mon 11:30 am (VGT)

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Mon 04:00 pm (VGT)

William Stout

Fri 11:30 am (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (HT) Sun 05:30 pm (CLSF) Mon 11:30 am (CLSF)

Jonathan Bradley Strickland Fri 02:30 pm (SKEP) Sat 01:00 pm (POD) Mon 10:00 am (POD) Mon 11:30 am (POD)

C.A. Suleiman

Fri 05:30 pm (GAME) Fri 07:00 pm (WRIT) Sat 05:30 pm (GAME) Sun 02:30 pm (GAME) Sun 05:30 pm (GAME)

Kristine Sutherland

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (WU) Sat 02:30 pm (WU) Sun 10:00 am (WU) Mon 11:30 am (WU)

Laurie S. Sutton

Fri 08:30 pm (KT) Mon 11:30 am (YA)

David Swerdlow

Fri 11:30 am (SCI)

T George Takei

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (TREK) Sat 04:00 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 01:00 pm (KT)

Dave Tango

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (PN) Sat 11:30 am (PN) Sun 11:30 am (PN) Mon 11:30 am (PN)

Jonathan Tarbox

Fri 05:30 pm (ANIME) Sat 02:30 pm (ANIME) Sat 05:30 pm (ANIME) Sun 02:30 pm (ANIME) Mon 11:30 am (ANIME) Mon 01:00 pm (ANIME)

Anthony Taylor

Fri 05:30 pm (BRIT) Fri 07:00 pm (HT) Sat 10:00 am (BRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 10:00 pm (SFL) Sun 11:30 am (CLSF) Sun 02:30 pm (CLSF) Sun 08:30 pm (HT) Mon 11:30 am (CLSF)

Karen E. Taylor

Fri 04:00 pm (HT) Fri 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 10:00 pm (UF) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 pm (UF) Mon 10:00 am (UF)

Natalia Tena

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (YA) Fri 05:30 pm (AMSF) Sat 02:30 pm (YA) Sun 11:30 am (AMSF)

The Blibbering Humdingers Fri 02:00 pm (CONC) Fri 08:30 pm (FILK) Sat 05:30 pm (FILK) Sat 08:30 pm (FILK) Sun 11:30 am (YA) Sun 05:30 pm (FILK) Sun 08:30 pm (YA)

The Bonaventure Quartet Sat 02:00 pm (CONC) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (CONC)

The Gekkos

Fri 11:30 pm (FILK) Sat 01:00 pm (FILK) Sat 05:00 pm (CONC) Sun 02:00 pm (CONC) Sun 08:30 pm (FILK)

The Ken Spivey Band Fri 08:30 pm (SGM)

The League of S.T.E.A.M. Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 04:00 pm (ALT) Fri 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 07:00 pm (ALT) Sat 07:00 pm (ALT) Sun 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 07:00 pm (ALT) Sun 08:30 pm (ALT) Mon 01:00 pm (ALT) Mon 01:00 pm (ALT) Mon 01:00 pm (ALT)

The Slants

Sat 01:30 am (LIVE)

Lauren Tom

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (TOON) Sat 07:00 pm (TOON) Sun 10:00 am (TOON) Sun 02:30 pm (TOON)

Keegan Connor Tracy

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (AMSF) Fri 02:30 pm (HT) Sat 11:30 am (AMSF) Sun 04:00 pm (AMSF)

James R. Tuck

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 07:00 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (UF) Sat 10:00 pm (UF) Sat 11:30 pm (ALT) Sun 05:30 pm (FL) Sun 07:00 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 pm (UF) Mon 02:30 pm (UF)

Laura Layne Tyler

Sat 11:30 am (AR) Sat 02:30 pm (AUTO) Sat 07:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 11:30 am (CSTM) Sun 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM)

Jamie Tyndall

Comics Artist Alley Fri 01:00 pm (COMICS)

U Unwoman

Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 09:00 pm (CONC) Sun 05:00 pm (CONC) Sun 08:30 pm (ALT)

James Urbaniak

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (MAIN) Fri 05:30 pm (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (TOON) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

V Damien Valentine

Sat 08:30 pm (MMO) Sun 04:00 pm (MMO)

Laura Vandervoort

Walk of Fame Sat 05:30 pm (AMSF)

Sun 02:30 pm (AMSF) Mon 11:30 am (AMSF)

James Vaughan

Fri 11:30 am (SCI)

Debbie Viguié

Fri 04:00 pm (CLSF) Fri 05:30 pm (UF) Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Fri 10:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 02:30 pm (CLSF) Sat 08:30 pm (CLSF) Sat 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (SCI) Sun 04:00 pm (KT) Sun 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 07:00 pm (BRIT)

Dr. Scott Viguié

Fri 11:30 am (CLSF) Fri 02:30 pm (CLSF) Fri 04:00 pm (SGM) Fri 05:30 pm (BRIT) Fri 07:00 pm (CLSF) Sat 01:00 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (SGM) Sat 08:30 pm (CLSF) Sun 10:00 am (CLSF) Sun 11:30 am (SGM) Sun 01:00 pm (SCI) Sun 05:30 pm (AUTO) Sun 07:00 pm (BRIT) Mon 10:00 am (BRIT)

Nicholas Vince

Walk of Fame Fri 08:30 pm (HT) Sat 08:30 pm (HT) Sun 11:30 am (HT) Sun 07:00 pm (HT)

Dexter Vines

Comics Artist Alley Sat 05:30 pm (COMICS)

Aurelio Voltaire

Fri 05:30 pm (READ) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 02:30 pm (HT) Mon 12:00 am (LIVE)

Dragon*Con 2013


W Constance G.J. Wagner Sat 02:30 pm (TOLK) Sat 04:00 pm (TOLK) Sun 10:00 am (TOLK) Sun 04:00 pm (TOLK)

Lindsay Wagner

Walk of Fame Fri 02:30 pm (CLSF) Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 02:30 pm (CLSF)

Widgett Walls

Fri 01:00 pm (X) Fri 08:30 pm (X) Sat 11:30 am (READ) Sat 02:30 pm (AR) Sat 10:00 pm (X) Sun 11:30 am (BRIT) Sun 01:00 pm (BRIT) Sun 05:30 pm (BRIT) Sun 07:00 pm (MAIN) Mon 02:30 pm (X)

Travis Walton

Fri 11:30 am (PN) Sat 10:00 am (PN) Sat 11:30 am (PN) Sat 05:30 pm (X) Sun 01:00 pm (PN) Mon 11:30 am (PN)

Garrett Wang

Walk of Fame Fri 11:30 am (TREK) Fri 02:30 pm (TREK) Fri 05:30 pm (TREK) Sat 01:00 pm (TREK) Sat 04:00 pm (TREK) Sun 10:00 am (FILM) Sun 04:00 pm (TREK) Mon 11:30 am (TREK)

Jean Marie Ward Fri Fri Fri Fri

11:30 02:30 04:00 10:00

am (UF) pm (SFL) pm (WRIT) pm (ALT)

Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 02:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (READ) Sun 05:30 pm (UF) Sun 07:00 pm (ALT) Mon 01:00 pm (SFL)

David Warner

Walk of Fame Fri 05:30 pm (BRIT) Sat 04:00 pm (ALT) Sun 05:30 pm (TOON) Mon 10:00 am (TREK)

Rebecca Watson

Fri 10:00 pm (SKEP) Sun 01:00 pm (FL) Sun 07:00 pm (SKEP)

Rutina Wesley

Walk of Fame Fri 10:00 am (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (HT) Sun 10:00 am (HT)

M.B. Weston

Fri 02:30 pm (YA) Fri 05:30 pm (KT) Fri 08:30 pm (YA) Sat 02:30 pm (ALT) Sat 04:00 pm (TOLK) Sat 10:00 pm (CLSF) Sun 11:30 am (AUTO) Sun 04:00 pm (READ) Mon 10:00 am (ALT)

Thomas Willeford

Fri 01:00 pm (ALT) Fri 02:30 pm (ALT) Fri 05:30 pm (ALT) Sat 07:00 pm (ALT) Sun 10:00 am (ALT) Sun 01:00 pm (ALT) Sun 07:00 pm (ALT)

Billy Dee Williams

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (SW) Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sun 04:00 pm (SW)

Genelle Williams

Walk of Fame Sat 01:00 pm (X) Sun 11:30 am (X) Mon 11:30 am (X)

Skip Williams

Fri 02:30 pm (GAME) Fri 05:30 pm (GAME) Sun 01:00 pm (GAME) Sun 04:00 pm (GAME) Sun 05:30 pm (GAME)

Michael Z. Williamson Fri 01:00 pm (AR) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 08:30 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (SFL) Mon 10:00 am (AR) Mon 11:30 am (SFL)

C.L. Wilson

Sat 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 10:00 am (WRIT)

Leah Wilson

Fri 01:00 pm (YA) Fri 02:30 pm (YA) Fri 04:00 pm (FL)

Scott Wilson

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 05:30 pm (AR) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

Adam Withers

Comics Artist Alley Sat 07:00 pm (COMICS) Sat 08:30 pm (MAIN) Sun 10:00 am (COMICS)

Gene Wolfe

Fri 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 05:30 pm (WRIT) Sat 10:00 pm (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (SFL) Mon 10:00 am (WRIT)

Wolven

Fri 11:30 am (COMICS) Sat 04:00 pm (TREK) Sat 07:00 pm (SFL) Sat 08:30 pm (COMICS) Sat 08:30 pm (BRIT) Mon 02:30 pm (SFL)

Bret Wood

Sat 02:30 pm (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (FILM) Sun 11:30 am (FILM) Mon 11:30 am (FILM)

Matthew Wood

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (SW) Sat 04:00 pm (SW) Sun 04:00 pm (SW)

Chris B. Woods

Fri 07:00 pm (VGT) Sat 04:00 pm (VGT) Mon 11:30 am (VGT) Mon 04:00 pm (VGT)

Roy Wooley

Fri 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sat 07:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 11:30 am (CSTM) Sun 02:30 pm (CSTM) Sun 04:00 pm (CSTM) Sun 08:30 pm (MAIN)

Janny Wurts

Fri 01:00 pm (READ) Fri 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 10:00 am (MAIN) Sat 01:00 pm (ART) Sat 02:30 pm (FL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sat 08:30 pm (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (ART) Sun 10:00 pm (WRIT)

Y Chelsea Quinn Yarbro

Fri 10:00 am (UF) Sat 11:30 am (UF) Sat 02:30 pm (HT) Sat 04:00 pm (AUTO) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 11:30 am (WRIT) Sun 02:30 pm (UF) Sun 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 10:00 am (WRIT)

Sat 02:30 pm (READ) Sat 07:00 pm (SW) Sun 11:30 am (KT) Sun 01:00 pm (YA) Sun 02:30 pm (KT) Sun 04:00 pm (SW) Mon 02:30 pm (SW)

Justin Robert Young

Fri 05:30 pm (POD) Fri 10:00 pm (POD) Sun 10:00 pm (POD)

Z

Kelly Yates

Comics Artist Alley Fri 02:30 pm (BRIT) Sat 07:00 pm (BRIT)

Lucky Yates

Fri 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Sun 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Mon 12:00 am (PUPPET)

Victor Yerrid

Fri 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Fri 10:00 pm (PUPPET) Fri 11:30 pm (PUPPET) Sat 08:30 pm (PUPPET) Sun 01:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 04:00 pm (PUPPET) Sun 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Mon 12:00 am (PUPPET)

Steven Yeun

Walk of Fame Fri 04:00 pm (AR) Sat 07:00 pm (AR) Sun 10:00 am (FILM) Mon 01:00 pm (AR)

Alex Zahara

Walk of Fame Fri 01:00 pm (SGM) Sat 11:30 am (AMSF) Sun 04:00 pm (SGM) Mon 10:00 am (SGM)

Timothy Zahn

Fri 01:00 pm (ARM) Fri 04:00 pm (AUTO) Fri 07:00 pm (SW) Sat 11:30 am (WKS) Sat 01:00 pm (SFL) Sat 07:00 pm (MAIN) Sun 05:30 pm (SW) Sun 10:00 pm (WRIT) Mon 11:30 am (SFL) Mon 01:00 pm (WRIT)

Louis J. Zocchi

Fri 07:00 pm (GAME) Sun 08:30 pm (GAME)

Andrew Young

Fri 07:00 pm (PUPPET) Fri 10:00 pm (PUPPET) Sat 08:30 pm (PUPPET) Sun 07:00 pm (PUPPET)

Bryan Young

Fri 02:30 pm (SW) Fri 07:00 pm (SW) Fri 08:30 pm (KT)

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