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Sunday, November 10 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Non-fiction Books that Fiction Writers Should Read

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Panelists discuss books they find important, and why.

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Muriel Hykes

CTO, Advice Unlimited
Muriel Hykes (AKA Dr. Mom) At Philcon, and elsewhere in East Coast fandom, she participates in panels on nutrition, allergies, education, ADHD, learning disabilities, computers, and the future of just about everything (isn't that what SF is really about?) She and her rocket-scientist... Read More →
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Theodore Krulik

Theodore Krulik has been a reader of science fiction all of his life. His love for SF led to active participation in SF conventions in the 1970s, where he spoke to such authors of the Golden Age of Science Fiction as Damon Knight, Fred Pohl, and John W. Campbell, Jr. As a member of... Read More →
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Dennis McCunney

I'm a long time fan of SF/F, and my first convention was Philcon 1968. I've been reading the genre for over 50 years. Professionally, I've been a graphic designer, structural and ornamental metal worker, museum exhibit builder/maintainer, solar energy analyst, jr. financial analyst... Read More →
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Darrell Schweitzer

Darrell Schweitzer's books include three novels, THE WHITE ISLE, THE SHATTERED GODDESS, THE MASK OF THE SORCERER, and THE DRAGON HOUSE, plus nine short-story collections, the most recent of which is a volume of Lovecraftian stories, AWAITING STRANGE GODS, published by Fedogan & Bremer... Read More →


Sunday November 10, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
Plaza III Crowne Plaza Cherry Hill, 2349 Marlton Pike W, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

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