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Philcon 2017 has ended
Sunday, November 12 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
So You Want To Run A Convention...
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Come chat with the Philcon Staff about what is involved with running different aspects of a convention. If you're interested in getting involved with future Philcons, this is the perfect place- and time- to let us know!

Speakers
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Todd Dashoff

Todd Dashoff started in Fandom in 1974 and hasn't looked back. He has held numerous offices in the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society and chaired three Philcons, as well as the 2001 World Science Fiction Convention (The Millennium Philcon). He understands that these conventions... Read More →
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Terry Steiner Sisk Graybill

Long-time moderator of the PSFS Hugo Review Panel (shhh – 38 years, but who’s counting), Terry was raised from earliest childhood on a steady diet of mythology, fairy tales and fantasy, moving into science fiction along the way. She taught science fiction and fantasy for six years... Read More →
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Lynati

Lynati is a freelance writer, artist, costumer, and event organizer in the Philadelphia area who has just survived a third year as the head of Philcon's programming division. The last person to ask about the eels didn't do so politely; more's the pity.
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Rock Robertson

How to make a Rock Robertson. Mix two Adventure genomes (predominantly endurance-selected North African with a splash of European), decant in Asia and inoculate through Global Travel, ensuring at least four continents of pathogenic exposure. Introduce a disdain for blind Authority... Read More →
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Kristyn Souder

Kristyn is happy to return to Philcon to present her thoughts on anime, gaming, fantasy, sci-fi, con-running, and all things geek. In addition to heading the Anime Track at Philcon, she is the Vice Chair of Zenkaikon, a local anime and sci-fi convention. Her hobbies include watching... Read More →
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Jeff Warner

Jeff Warner is a professor of autodidactism, stand-up philosopher, not-recently-published writer, former president of the Science Fiction Forum, freelance punslinger, and a co-founder of a hat trick of sf conventions. "Geek, Nerd, AND Dork? I'm a Triple Threat!"


Sunday November 12, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Crystal Ballroom Three