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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

Indianapolis, IN

Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites

July 4 - 6, 2008


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Author Guest of Honor

John Scalzi

Author of The Ghost Brigades,
The Last Colony and Zoe's Tale


Artist Guests of Honor

Alan M. Clark

SF&F/Horror Illustrator,
Artist, Author and Publisher

Howard Tayler

Author of the Schlock Mercenary web-comic.


Featured Guests

Ben Avery

Comic Book Writer and
Co-Founder of Community Comics

E Susan Baugh

SF&F Librarian and Freelance Reviewer

Maurice Broaddus

Award Winning Horror Author and
member of the Indiana Horror Writers

Jonathan Fesmire

CG Artist and Author of Children of Rhatlan,
Seeds of Vision and Tamshi's Imp.

Daryl G. Frazetti

Anthropologist at Lake Tahoe College

Bob Freeman

Dan Gamber

Principle in Meadowhawk Press

Jackie Gamber

Author and Partner / Executive
Editor at Meadowhawk Press

Joe Greene

Costumer and Robotics and LEGO® Enthusiast

Rosemary Laurey

Paranormal and Horror Romance Novelist

Steven Marsh

Editor of Pyramid Magazine

Mike Moore

SFX Props Master

Dr. Karen Nagel

Associate Professor at Midwestern University

Bill Sutton

Brenda Sutton

Michael West

Author of the The Wide Game and
member of the Indiana Horror Writers.


Fan Guest of Honor

Robert "Gunner" Reynolds


Toastmaster

Randy Porter


Unable to appear at
this year's convention

Tom Smith

The World's Fastest Filker

Michael Z. Williamson

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

Day Passes Available at the Door
In addition to weekend registrations, day passes will also be available at the door for the following amounts: Friday $20; Saturday $30; Sunday $20.


InConJunction now on MySpace
If you're an InConJunction attendee, a member or the committee, an artist, a dealer, a guest, or just someone interested in InConJunction and would like to network with others like yourself, then the InConJunction MySpace Page is the perfect place for you. With a large and growing list of friends, the InConJunction MySpace Page will allow you to share your comments with others and keep up to date on InConJunction news and events. If you don't have a MySpace account, and are interested in joining, you can create your own MySpace account and then add InConJunction as a friend. The MySpace page isn't meant to replace our InConJunction Discussion List Server, InConJunction Announcements List Server, and our Online Address Book to keep you up-to-date. We're just adding MySpace to our set of tools and allowing our attendees and guests a new level of previously unavailable networking possibilities. So head on over to http://www.myspace.com/inconjunction and check it out!


Dealers' Room Application now available ONLINE
Potential InConJunction dealers can now submit their applications online! Refer to the Dealers' Room page for more information.


New Web Site Features and Other Updates
In response to our attendee surveys from InConJunction XXV, we've added a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page to the web-site. Most of the questions asked on our survey are answered there as well as some questions that came up at the convention. We'll be adding to this in the future, so feel free to check back often for any updates. We've also added a Guest List page to the web site, which includes a complete list of the guests appearing at InConJunction XXVI and you've probably noticed that we've begun listing our "Also Appearing" guests as well. Last but not least, if you browse over to the Programming page you'll see that we've added some information about the types of panels at this year's convention. The InConJunction web site is updated on a fairly regular basis and (as the convention approaches) at an ever-increasing rate. Be sure to check back often for future updates.


TRAVEL ADVISORY
Don't get caught in construction traffic! Check the Indiana Dept. of Transportation Major Moves Site before hitting the road.


 

Also Appearing

Michael Baugh, John Belden, Mike Bolin, David Bonner, Chuck Budreau, Harry Bunn, Jess Bunn, Chris Canary, Tracy Canfield, Wendy Carson, Rebecca Chike, Travis Clemmons, Casey Criswell, Brian Davidson, Anjala Dick, James S. Dorr, TammyJo Eckhart, Stephanie Frye, Darwin A. Garrison, Michelle Gussow, Kathy Hohman, Laura Hohman, Thomas Nevin Huber, Stephen Kendall, E. E. Knight, Melissa Kocias, Tom Lee, Lt. Colonel Mike Medler, Lisa Meece, Vicki Merriman, Robert Pyatt, Ph. D., Mark Racop, Mark Shidler, Kevin Spencer, George Starkey, Mike Suess, Jeff Thompson, Mark Williams, and many more!


NOTE: This page contains archived web-site content.
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