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July 2 - 4, 2004


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Eric Flint
Author Guest of Honor

We are proud to have Eric Flint with us this year at InConJunction. He is the author of such titles as The Wizard of Karres, 1634: The Galileo Affair, The Grantville GazetteSeries, Ring of Fire, Future Imperfectand The Philosophical Strangler just to name a few.

Eric’s writing career took off in 1993 when one of his short stories entitled Entropy, and the Strangler was published. That story won first place in the winter 1992 Writers of the Future contest. The story was published in the 1993 anthology, which the contest puts out on an annual basis.

Eric has been writing on and off for years, but didn’t decide to work seriously as an author until 1992. At that point he was 45 years old, and realized that if he was ever going to write seriously, there was no better time to get started.

Currently, Eric is working on a variety of projects. He is working on 4 major series, as well as editing many projects. We are surprised and very pleased he found time to be here with us this weekend.

If you have visited Eric’s website you know that he is also a collector of Native American artwork. You might run into him in the art show at the convention.

For additional information, please refer to Eric Flint's Web Page.


Mike Moore
Artist Guest of Honor
SFX Props Master

Mike Moore

Mike Moore started his professional life like most of us... but there was a difference. Mike�s first job was making props and sets for the first Universal Studios tour. Even though he went on to mundane jobs in retail sales and other areas, this first taste of prop making started it all for Mike. He finished his education at Certold College in Los Angeles and began working in the aerospace industry. To enhance his skills for this job he became certified in plastic technology, resins, polymers and mommer, as well as fiberglass and vacuum form mold making, and productions and techniques.

With these skills and an avid interest in prop building, he then chose to do this as his full time job by doing things like creating the walk around suits for the Disney Star Tours.

Mike has worked on many movies since then such as The Abyss, Addams Family, Batman 3, The Hunt for Red October, Pulp Fiction, Inspector Gadget and many more. They are currently making props for Star Trek Voyager. At the end of this season Mike will have 15 years invested in creating props for the Star Trek universe.

Mike and HMS have done other television shows as well, for example, Babylon 5, Captain Power, Dark Shadows (1980), Lois and Clark, 3rd Rock from the Sun and many more. HMS has also work for Las Vegas "The Star Trek Experience", the Traveling Star Trek Museums, Paramount Parks Displays, Universal Tours, Edinburgh Star Trek Museum and the Canadian Star Trek Museum.

Another area they have gotten into is prototyping for Playmates Toys, All-American Casting, Icons Authentic Replicas and Interstellar Productions, Inc. Overall, Mike Moore and HMS Productions have had a great impact on the science fiction movies we see and love.

For additional information, please refer to Mike Moore's Web Page.


Jason Carter
Guest of Honor

Jason Carter

Born in London and raised in Gainsborough, a small market-town in Lincolnshire, Jason was advised to pursue a career in rubber technology. He opted instead for three years at L.A.M.D.A. (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art). His first television role was on BBC2's Jackanory (1965) in Hawkwing. Jason then did long runs in the London West End which included such plays as Melon with Alan Bates, The Sleeping Prince with Omar Sharif, Salome with Steven Berkoff and his Royal National Theatre productions, The Boiling Point and Absolute Hell.

Upon moving to America, Jason expanded his career in numerous roles and guest appearances. His television appearances include VIP, Angel, Charmed, GvsE, 3rd Rock from the Sun (2 episodes), Roar, Almost Perfect, and Diagnosis Murder.

In Beverly Hills, 90210 he portrayed Roy Randolph, the dashing British theatre director in 4 episodes. Not forgetting what Jason is most known for in Science Fiction, the role of the much loved and missed Marcus Cole on Babylon 5 (from 1995-1997). His credits also include numerous Television miniseries and made for TV movies, including Taking Liberty, Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, Orchid House, Ellis Island, and Forever Young.

Jason's movie credits include Georgia, Dakota Road, The Emperor's New Clothes, and King David. Recently, Jason was seen in Showtime's Behind The Red Door (with Keifer Sutherland and Stockard Channing which aired in January and February 2003) and plays Dr. Pretory, the mesmerist in the film, The Mesmerist.

Currently Jason resides in Los Angeles, California with his Family.

Filmography

  1. Behind the Red Door (2002) .... Sonny
  2. Demon Under Glass (2002) (V) .... Simon Molinar
  3. Mesmerist, The (2002) .... Dr. Pretory
  4. "Babylon 5" (1994) TV Series .... Ranger Marcus Cole (1995-1997)
    ... aka "B5" (1994) (USA: promotional abbreviation)
  5. Dark Dancer, The (1995) .... Lt. Alan Hancock
  6. Georgia (1995) .... Chasman
    ... aka Georgia (1995) (France)
  7. "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990) TV Series .... Roy Randolph (1994)
  8. Punto di fuga (1993) .... Victor
    ... aka Wild Obsession (1993) (USA)
  9. Taking Liberty (1993) .... Major John Simco
  10. Mrs. 'arris Goes to Paris (1992) (TV)
  11. Dakota Road (1992) .... Raif Benson
  12. Orchid House, The (1991) (TV) .... Andrew
  13. Hidden City (1988) .... Young Man (in B&W film)
  14. Emperor's New Clothes, The (1987) .... Nicholas Dispenser
  15. Ligmalion: A Musical for the 80s (1985) (TV) .... Gordon Shilling
    ... aka Ligmalion (1985) (TV) (UK: short title)
  16. King David (1985) .... Solomon
  17. "Ellis Island" (1984) (mini) TV Series .... Jamie Barrymore
  18. Forever Young (1983) .... Young Michael

Notable TV Guest Appearances

  1. "V.I.P." (1998) in episode: "Sunshine Girls" (episode # 4.19) 27 April 2002
  2. "Angel" (1999/I) playing "Repo Man" in episode: "Double or Nothing" (episode # 3.18) 22 April 2002
  3. "Charmed" (1998) playing "Andras" in episode: "Power Outage" (episode # 3.7) 16 November 2000
  4. "G vs E" (1999) playing "Ronnie Mariner" in episode: "Cliffhanger" (episode # 1.11) 31 October 1999
  5. "Almost Perfect" (1995) playing "Steven Chatwin (British actor)" in episode: "This Is What Happens When You Don't Watch PBS" (episode # 2.10) 31 December 1997
  6. "3rd Rock from the Sun" (1996) playing "Seth" in episode: "A Friend in Dick" (episode # 3.8) 19 November 1997
  7. "3rd Rock from the Sun" (1996) playing "Seth" in episode: "Eleven Angry Men and One Dick" (episode # 3.7) 12 November 1997
  8. "Roar" (1997) playing "Red Boot" in episode: "Red Boot" (episode # 1.6) 18 August 1997
  9. "Sentinel, The" (1996) playing "Bruce McCarthy" in episode: "Attraction" (episode # 1.9) 22 May 1996
  10. "High Tide" (1994) playing "Jack Dillard" in episode: "The Last Fight" (episode # 2.2) 1 October 1995
  11. "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993) playing "Calvin Dregg" in episode: "Whine, Whine, Whine" (episode # 2.21) 14 May 1995
  12. "Diagnosis Murder" (1993) playing "Noble Samson" in episode: "My Baby Is Out of this World" (episode # 2.22) 5 May 1995
  13. "Viper" (1994/III) playing "Alec Connor" in episode: "Ghosts" (episode # 1.4) 14 January 1994
  14. "Viper" (1994/III) playing "Alec Connor" in episode: "Pilot" (episode # 1.1-1.2) 2 January 1994
  15. "Sweating Bullets" (1991) playing "Robert Sterling" in episode: "A New Life" 1993
  16. "She-Wolf of London" (1990) playing "Caleb Wakefield" in episode: "Big Top She-Wolf" (episode # 1.11) 19 January 1991
  17. "This Is David Lander" (1988) playing "Simon Worthington" in episode: "Not a Pretty Site" (episode # 1.1) 31 October 1988
  18. "Storyteller, The" (1987) playing "Man" in episode: "Hans My Hedgehog" (episode # 1.1) 31 January 1987
  19. "Just Good Friends" (1983) playing "Waiter" in episode: "The Evidence/Or His Bottle Went" (episode # 2.3) 1984
  20. "Jackanory" (1965) playing "Hawkwing" in episode: "Hawkwing, The Young Indian Brave" 1982

Pipeline Productions

For additional information, please refer to Jason Carter's Web Page.


Glenn Shadix
Guest of Honor

Glenn Shadix

Actor - filmography

  1. To Kill a Mockumentary (2004) (V) (post-production) .... Karl
  2. Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales (2003) (TV) .... Garland Madden
  3. Rose's (2003) .... Sheriff Winslow
    ... aka Big Hopes, Little Lies (1999) (USA: MIFED title)
    ... aka Confessions of a Florist (2003) (USA: new title)
  4. Shut Yer Dirty Little Mouth (2002) .... Peter
  5. Day the Dolls Struck Back, The (2002) (V) .... Narrator
  6. "Jackie Chan Adventures" (2000) TV Series (voice) .... Tso Lan, the Moon Demon (2001)
  7. Sol Goode (2001) .... Casting Director
  8. Planet of the Apes (2001) .... Senator Nado
  9. Fast Sofa (2001) .... Apartment Manager
  10. World of Stainboy, The (2000) .... Sgt. Glen Dale
    ... aka Stainboy (2000) (USA)
  11. More Dogs Than Bones (2000) .... Geoff
  12. Red Dirt (2000) .... Virgil Cunningham
  13. Storm (1999) .... Nate
    ... aka Storm Trackers (1999)
  14. Chairman of the Board (1998) .... Larry
  15. Sparkler (1997) .... Announcer
  16. Men (1997) .... Neil, poster
  17. Empty Mirror, The (1996) .... Hermann Goering
  18. Multiplicity (1996) .... Building Inspector
  19. Dunston Checks In (1996) .... Lionel Spalding
  20. "Mask, The" (1995) TV Series (voice) .... Lonnie the Shark
  21. Dark Side of Genius (1994) .... Leon Bennini
  22. Love Affair (1994) .... Anthony Rotundo
  23. "Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters From Beverly Hills" (1994) TV Series (voice) .... Nimbar
  24. It Runs in the Family (1994) .... Leopold Doppler, Manager of Orpheum Theater
    ... aka My Summer Story (1994)
  25. Nightmare Before Christmas, The (1993) (voice) .... Mayor
    ... aka Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (USA: complete title)
  26. Demolition Man (1993) .... Associate Bob
  27. Sleepwalkers (1992) .... Mr. Fallows
    ... aka Sleepstalkers (1992) (Hong Kong: English title: cable TV title)
    ... aka Stephen King's Sleepwalkers (1992)
  28. Bingo (1991) .... Duke, the dog-butcher
  29. Meet the Applegates (1991) .... Greg Samson
    ... aka Applegates, The (1991)
  30. Nightlife (1990) (TV)
  31. Parent Trap: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989) (TV) .... Chet
    ... aka Parent Trap IV: Hawaiian Honeymoon (1989) (TV)
  32. Heathers (1989) .... Father Ripper
  33. Sunset (1988) .... Roscoe Arbuckle
  34. Beetlejuice (1988) .... Otho
  35. Student Exchange (1987) (TV) .... Mr. Barton
  36. Postman Always Rings Twice, The (1981) .... Twin Oaks Customer

Miscellaneous Crew - filmography

  1. Nightmare Before Christmas, The (1993) (singer: "This is Halloween", "Town Meeting Song", "Making Christmas" and "Finale/Reprise")
    ... aka Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (USA: complete title)

Notable TV Guest Appearances

  1. "Lilo & Stitch: The Series" (2003) playing "Additional Voices" (voice) in episode: "Swirly: Experiment 383" (episode # 1.13) 3 November 2003
  2. "Carnivàle" (2003) playing "Councilman Van Templeton" in episode: "The River" (episode # 1.7) 26 October 2003
  3. "Carnivàle" (2003) playing "Councilman Val Templeton" in episode: "Tipton" (episode # 1.3) 28 September 2003
  4. "ER" (1994) playing "Eldon, man bleeding in elevator" in episode: "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic" (episode # 8.3) 11 October 2001
  5. "Time Squad" (2001) playing "Man/King of Troy" (voice) in episode: "Never Look a Trojan in the Gift Horse"
  6. "Ladies Man" (1999) playing "Mr. Rook" in episode: "Aloha Christmas" (episode # 1.12) 13 December 1999
  7. "Thanks" (1999) playing "Dr. Addington" in episode: "Thanksgiving" (episode # 1.6) 6 September 1999
  8. "Thanks" (1999) playing "Dr. Addington" in episode: "Spring" (episode # 1.5) 30 August 1999
  9. "Thanks" (1999) playing "Dr. Addington" in episode: "Marriage" (episode # 1.4) 23 August 1999
  10. "Thanks" (1999) playing "Dr. Addington" in episode: "Privacy" (episode # 1.3) 16 August 1999
  11. "Thanks" (1999) playing "Dr. Addington" in episode: "Pilot" (episode # 1.1) 2 August 1999
  12. "Tracey Takes On..." (1996) playing "Gay Agent" in episode: "Agents" (episode # 3.5) 1 February 1998
  13. "Duckman" (1994) (voice) in episode: "Duckman and Cornfed in 'Haunted Society Plumbers'" (episode # 4.14) 19 April 1997
  14. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" (1995) playing "Typhon" in episode: "Monster Child in the Promised Land" (episode # 3.6) 4 November 1996
  15. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" (1995) playing "Typhon" in episode: "Cast a Giant Shadow" (episode # 2.10) 13 November 1995
  16. "Dave's World" (1993) playing "Leslie Loret" in episode: "Lost Weekend" (episode # 1.19) 28 February 1994
  17. "John Larroquette Show, The" (1993) playing "Walker" in episode: "Amends" (episode # 1.10) 23 November 1993
  18. "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The" (1990) playing "Scorpius" in episode: "Hex and the Single Guy" (episode # 4.7) 25 October 1993
  19. "John Larroquette Show, The" (1993) playing "Walker" in episode: "Thirty Day Chip" (episode # 1.2) 7 September 1993
  20. "Cheers" (1982) playing "Bernard" in episode: "The Beer Is Always Greener" (episode # 11.2) 1 October 1992
  21. "Night Court" (1984) playing "Dermot Drake" in episode: "The 1992 Boat Show" (episode # 9.22) 31 May 1992
  22. "Empty Nest" (1988) playing "Bud Larkin" in episode: "Food for Thought" (episode # 4.4) 12 October 1991
  23. "Seinfeld" (1990) playing "Harold" in episode: "The Apartment" (episode # 2.5) 4 April 1991
  24. "Dinosaurs" (1991) playing "Monster" (voice) (episode # 1.55)
  25. "Roseanne" (1988) playing "Jay" in episode: "Chicken Hearts - Chicken Hearts" (episode # 2.13) 19 December 1989
  26. "Golden Girls, The" (1985) playing "Musician" in episode: "Diamond in the Rough" (episode # 2.22) 21 March 1987

For additional information, please refer to Glenn Shadix's Web Page.


David Winning
Guest of Honor
Director, Actor, Producer and Writer

David Winning

At twenty-two, WINNING directed his debut feature "STORM" with just $50,000. "STORM" was released theatrically by Cannon International in April 1988. Later distributed by Warner Home Video in 1989; selling over 20,000 cassettes. His second feature "KILLER IMAGE" starring MICHAEL IRONSIDE and veteran character actor M. EMMET WALSH is available on Paramount Home Video and received it's US Premiere as a Finalist at the 1992 Houston Film Festival.

Writing and producing two independent features led to an award-winning decade as guest Director for Paramount Pictures Television, Cannell Films, Nickelodeon, Disney, Tribune and the FOX NETWORK. His episodic work has garnered international awards including Nine First Place Golds overall at the 1994-2003 Houston Film Festivals, the 1995 Gold Hugo and Two Silver Hugo's from the Chicago International Film Festival, and four national GEMINI nominations for Best Director/Dramatic Series. In 2002 he received a National Award from the Director's Guild of Canada for Outstanding Achievement in Television Drama. His third feature, the Lance Henriksen thriller "PROFILE FOR MURDER" ran frequently on HBO. Following also on HBO, the release of the Sean Young/Eric McCormack thriller "EXCEPTION TO THE RULE" for ARTISAN and LION'S GATE FILMS which won First Place Gold at the 1997 Houston Film

He began directing network television at the age of Paramount's "FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE SERIES". Ten years of episodic production has led more recently to the Showtime/Disney western anthology "DEAD MAN'S GUN", three second-season episodes of the comic book action series "NIGHTMAN" for Tribune, and the pilot and first six episodes of the UPN/FOX series "BREAKER HIGH". In the summer of 1996 he re-teamed with Michael Ironside and Frederic Forrest for the Showcase/Odeon military thriller "ONE OF OUR OWN". His last theatrical release, "TURBO: A POWER RANGERS MOVIE" for 20th Century Fox, was the Number 4 top selling Video in August 1997 (BILLBOARD). Winning spent the fall of 1997 shooting in Scotland with Jason Connery on the "MERLIN" project. Most recently he directed the Patrick Duffy/Pam Dawber thriller "DON'T LOOK BEHIND YOU" which premiered to 2 million viewers on the Fox Family Channel. Currently dividing time between features and episodic work on ABC's "DINOTOPIA" filming in Budapest, Pax's Angel series "TWICE IN A LIFETIME", and Gene Roddenberry's two sci-fi series "EARTH: FINAL CONFLICT" and "ANDROMEDA" starring Kevin Sorbo. David will also be one of the directors on the much anticipated Sci/Fi Channel series, Star Gate: Atlantis.

Nine Features. Seventeen series. Over Seventy episodes for television. Born in Calgary, Canada in 1961.US/Canada Dual Citizen. 42 International Awards / 9 nominations.

FEATURE FILMS:
Mary Higgins Clark's HE SEES YOU WHEN YOU'RE SLEEPING (2002) Pax/NBC
DON'T LOOK BEHIND YOU (1999) (Patrick Duffy, Pam Dawber) Fox Family Channel
MERLIN: THE QUEST BEGINS (1999) (Jason Connery, Deborah Moore) Scotland/USA
TURBO: A POWER RANGERS MOVIE (1997) (Fox Sequel PR2) 20th Century Fox
EXCEPTION TO THE RULE (1997) (Sean Young, William Devane, Kim Cattrall) HBO
WON FIRST PLACE GOLD – HOUSTON 1997 BEST THRILLER
PROFILE FOR MURDER (1996) (Lance Henriksen, Joan Severance) HBO/LION'S GATE
ONE OF OUR OWN (1997) (Frederic Forrest, Michael Ironside) Showcase/Odeon
KILLER IMAGE (1992) (M. Emmet Walsh, Michael Ironside) Paramount
also co-WRITER and co-PRODUCER
STORM (1988) (David Palfy, Stan Kane) Cannon/Warner
also WRITER and PRODUCER

TELEVISION:
DEAD MAN'S GUN Disney/Showtime
NEON RIDER Atlantis
BREAKER HIGH UPN/Fox (pilot & multiples)
GOOSEBUMPS Fox
STREET JUSTICE Cannell (2 seasons)
SWEET VALLEY HIGH Fox/UPN (4 seasons)
AFRAID OF THE DARK? Nickelodeon (4 seasons)
NIGHTMAN Tribune (multiples)
MATRIX USA Network
TWICE IN A LIFETIME Pax TV/CTV (2 seasons)
FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE SERIESParamount (3 eps)
CALL OF THE WILD Animal Planet
Gene Roddenberry's ANDROMEDA Tribune (3 seasons)
Gene Roddenberry's EARTH: FINAL CONFLICT / BATTLEGROUND EARTH Tribune (multiples)
BODY & SOUL PAX (Peter Strauss) Primetime (multiples)
DINOTOPIA ABC/HALLMARK Primetime (multiples) on Location in HUNGARY
STAR GATE: ATLANTIS Sci/Fi Channel

For additional information, please refer to David Winning's Web Page.


Barry Childs-Helton
Filking Guest of Honor

In their careers, Barry and his wife Sally have earned numerous awards and acclaim as filk singers of extraordinary talent. As members of the Black Book Band, and as solo performers, they won both the 1988 and 1994 Pegasus Awards for best performer and have been nominated a total of twelve times for Pegasus awards in other years. They were inducted into the Filk Hall of Fame in March, 2003. Their work can be heard on the albums Escape From Mundania, Filks that Pass in the Night, Tempus Fugitives and First Contact. Their latest collaboration is on the Wild Mercy (a self described “neo-Celtic, post-industrial, electro-acoustic, folk-rock-jazz, freeform-choral” band) album, Summer Storm.

Barry and Sally will be appearing along with their band Wild Mercy and will also be hosting guitar and drumming workshops at the convention. The more musically inclined attendees are encouraged to bring their guitars and drums and join in the fun.


Sally Childs-Helton
Filking Guest of Honor

In their careers Sally and her husband Barry have earned numerous awards and acclaim as filk singers of extraordinary talent. As members of the Black Book Band, and as solo performers, they won both the 1988 and 1994 Pegasus Awards for best performer and have been nominated a total of twelve times for Pegasus awards in other years. They were inducted into the Filk Hall of Fame in March, 2003. Their work can be heard on the albums Escape From Mundania, Filks that Pass in the Night, Tempus Fugitives and First Contact. Their latest collaboration is on the Wild Mercy (a self described “neo-Celtic, post-industrial, electro-acoustic, folk-rock-jazz, freeform-choral” band) album, Summer Storm.

Sally and Barry will be appearing along with their band Wild Mercy and will also be hosting drumming and guitar workshops at the convention. The more musically inclined attendees are encouraged to bring their drums and guitars and join in the fun.

Sally is an accomplished archivist, and is experienced in collectiables appraising. She has offered to host a panel on collectables and to do some appraising as well. So bring that rare SF&F find of your's to the convention and compare notes with Sally and other collectors.

For additional information, please refer to Sally Childs-Helton's Web Page.


Dr. James O. Farlow
Toastmaster

Dr. James O. Farlow

Dr. Farlow, Professor of Geology at Indiana University - Purdue University, Fort Wayne, is a native Hoosier and grew up in several small towns in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. He has been hooked on dinosaurs since the moment he was first exposed to them; watching the dinosaur sequence from Fantasia on The Mickey Mouse Club TV show, at the very impressionable age of six.

Dr. Farlow majored in zoology at Indiana University, where he did undergraduate research on the ecology and behavior of salamanders. After graduating from I.U., Dr. Farlow had trouble deciding on whether he wanted to be an ecologist or a paleontologist, so he went to Yale University for his graduate studies and tried to do both; studying paleontology while also doing research on the feeding habits of deep-sea fishes and crabs. After getting his PhD, Dr. Farlow took a job in the geology department as a paleontologist, solving his career dilemmas once and for all.

Dr. Farlow has done research in paleobiology; working to determine the function of Stegosaurus plates and the shape and function of theropod teeth, and has done research on the paleoecology of dinosaur communities. His current research is in ichnology (the study of fossil tracks, trails, and footprints) and how best to identify the makers of dinosaur footprints.

Dr. Farlow has written about dinosaurs in numerous scientific articles as well as in books aimed at children and young adults and is the co-editor of The Complete Dinosaur. He has appeared on popular television programs about dinosaurs, often as an expert on dinosaur tracks.

Dr. Farlow currently lives in northern Indiana with his wife, two daughters, and (in his own words) the world's laziest dog.

 


Also Appearing


Fred Aiken

Biography available soon.


Andy Andrews

Biography available soon.


John Belden

Biography available soon.


Black Feather

Biography available soon.


Deanna Blair

Biography available soon.


Michael Blair

Biography available soon.


Rob Braun

Biography available soon.


Stephanie Braun
Co-founder of The Pathworks Community

Biography available soon.


Joann Brooks

Biography available soon.


Barrett Caldwell
Director of the Indiana Space Grant Consortium

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Barrett Caldwell's Web Page.


Chris Canary

Chris Canary has been a part of InConJunction, from it's "golden age", to modern day. A locally reviled fan of movies, comics, and oddities, and a pope in the Church of the Subgenius, Chris has worn many hats at InConJunction over the last several years, and is currently a student, seeking to better his life. Computer Geek, B-Movie Magnet (Bad... as if there were any other kind of B Movies), Movie Soundtrack Obsessive, and a former InConJunction chairman, Chris enjoys fun in almost any capacity... And we're not just talking alcohol here.


Wendy Carson

Biography available soon.


Dennis Ciurej

Biography available soon.


Lynette R. F. Cowper

Biography available soon.


Mike Cowper

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Mike Cowper's Web Page.


Brian Davidson

A Fifteen year veteran of on-line interactive fiction, big-screen movie enthusiast, and compulsive nit-picker, Brian was eager to help with InConJunction after his initial exposure, and has been actively involved in Programming and Operations since 1998. He has co-written two plays, acted in three, and directed one, for the "It's Not Our Fault Players."


Cecylyna Dewr
Executive Director of The Pagan Pride Project

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Cecylyna Dewr's Web Page.


Dagonet Dewr
Editor for New Witch Magazine

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Dagonet Dewr's Web Page.


Mark Dooley
Founder of The Whoosier Network

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Mark Dooley's Web Page.


James S. Dorr
SF & Horror Author

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to James S. Dorr's Web Page.


Linda J. Dunn

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Linda J. Dunn's Web Page.


Jeff Embree

Biography available soon.


Greg Fauverque

Biography available soon.


Patrick Greathouse
Puppeteer and Artist

Biography available soon.


Drew Happli

Biography available soon.


David A. Henninger

Biography available soon.


Rob Hinkle

Biography available soon.


Deb Hunt

Deborah Hunt joined InConJunction and Circle of Janus in 1983 and has written several plays for InConJunction.

Deb is currently working two jobs - one as a pastoral assistant at a church (Westview Christian Church where the Circle of Janus meets!) and another job at a hospital in Pediatric Critical Care. This adds up to working 60 hours per week. So in what free time remains, she is a big fan of Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and Narnia as well as Dr. Who, Star Trek, and Star Wars to name a few things she loves. She enjoys writing and art.

She recently achieved a Master of Divinity degree from Christian Theological Seminary. Currently, she has an essay posted on the Leaky Cauldron website on the topic of "Biblical Markings and Harry Potter" and is writing a book on theology and Harry Potter.


Marq Johansen

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Marq Johansen's Web Page.


Thomas Jones
Co-founder of The Pathworks Community

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Thomas Jones's Web Page.


Gary Kitchen

Biography available soon.


Darrell Lane

Biography available soon.


Loyette & Lupi

Biography available soon.


MagicHouse Productions
One of the Midwest's premiere motion picture production houses.

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to MagicHouse Productions's Web Page.


James McCoy

Biography available soon.


Vicki Merriman

Biography available soon.


Chris Miller

Biography available soon.


Cheryl Miller-Andrews

Biography available soon.


Donna L. Neuman

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Donna L. Neuman's Web Page.


Charity Nowling

Biography available soon.


Gregg Nowling

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Gregg Nowling's Web Page.


Ellen Patterson

Biography available soon.


Tony Patterson

Biography available soon.


Dr. Scott Phillips

Dr. Phillips is a United States Air Force Reserve flight surgeon and a member of the NASA/Space Shuttle Recovery Team out of Patrick Air Force Base in Florida. He's also the Chief of Otolaryngology at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. He brings a unique experitse in space flight medicine to InConJunction.


Jeri Picha

Biography available soon.


Gary Plumlee

Biography available soon.


Randy Porter

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Randy Porter's Web Page.


Robert Pyatt, Ph. D.
Mad Scientist and Pseudo Super Villain

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Robert Pyatt, Ph. D.'s Web Page.


Mark Racop
Director, Writer, and Producer

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Mark Racop's Web Page.


Kat Robertson

Biography available soon.


Kyra Shidler

Biography available soon.


Mark Shidler

Biography available soon.


Theresa Shidler

Biography available soon.


Kevin Spencer
Battlestar Wiki Bureaucrat

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Kevin Spencer's Web Page.


George Starkey

George Starkey (1963-2138) local fan turned actor, and long time InConJunction participant, is cursed with a resemblence to George Lucas, but as of yet has been unable to find a way to capitalize on this. George's film roles include Woodworks Films' Saving Star Wars (2004) and Open Mic'rs (2006) and he is currently involved in a film project with Shane Felux (of Star Wars-Revelations fame). George is often named when someone says, "If I'm ever on Who Wants to be a Millionaire..." as a lifeline, because of his seemingly bottomless well of totally pointless and obscure trivia that he can summon at any given time.

For additional information, please refer to the Internet Movie Database listing for George Starkey.


Michael Lawson and Tony Patterson of Starwave Entertainment

Biography available soon.


Mike Suess

Biography available soon.


Jeff Teslin

Biography available soon.


Jeff Thompson

With a list of qualifications including (but not limited to) b-movie maven, sub-genius preacher, amateur improv enthusiast, sci-fi fan, computer programmer and author, amateur prop and costume designer wanna-be, amateur astronomer, playwright, webmaster, follower of all things urban-legend and/or myth, past InConJunction con-chair, and hard-core chili-head, Jeff Thompson is either a modern-day renaissance man, or someone that will do anything once you get a drink in him. Jeff's been attending InConJunction since 1983 and has been working for the convention since 1992. You can regularly catch Jeff at the Top Ten Worst Movies panel, Video Trivia Contest, Sci-Fi Whose Line, as an occasional member of InConJunction's acting troupe (the "It's Not Our Fault Players") or preaching at InConJunction's on-again/off-again Sub-Genius Devival. If you can't find him there, odds are he's in the bar.

For additional information, please refer to Jeff Thompson's Web Page.


Kathie Thompson

Biography available soon.


Samantha Thompson

Biography available soon.


Chris Umbreit

Biography available soon.


Frida Westford
Author

Biography available soon.


White Song Eagle
Author

Biography available soon.


The Whoosier Network

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to The Whoosier Network's Web Page.


Mike Wickliff

Biography available soon.


Wild Mercy
Filk band featuring Barry and Sally Childs-Helton, Debbie Gates and Jennifer Midkiff.

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Wild Mercy's Web Page.


Michael Z. Williamson
TV consultant and author of 12 novels including Contact with Chaos, Do Unto Others... and Rogue.

Biography available soon.

For additional information, please refer to Michael Z. Williamson's Web Page.


Gary L. Wood
Director, Writer, and Producer

Gary Wood plans to be an overnight success -- just not tomorrow. A freelance writer since the late 80's, Gary has contributed to books and magazines all over the country. While covering film productions for Cinefantastique Magazine, Gary learned from masters such as Stephen King, Rob Reiner, Frank Darabont and many others. Saving Star Wars, which he also wrote, was his first film. He is currently developing Massacre At Fall Creek for production while pitching his original screenplay, Live Evil co-written with screenwriter Rospo Pallenberg (Excalibur, The Emerald Forest).


Barbara Zimny

Biography available soon.


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