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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

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July 5 - 7, 2013


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Moxie Anne Magnus

Toastmaster

Starfleet Xenocosmotologist


Moxie Anne Magnus; Moxie Anne Magnus was born in space on the SS Eva Gabor, a merchant class ship trading in hair and beauty products. At six years old, she was abducted by pirates and sold as a slave in the Orion markets. Ironically, she ended up in the great and ancient Orion wig factories of Verex III (Wig making was one of the few ancient Orion technologies that survived into the modern era). To ease her pain, she threw her little self into her work. She was a natural wig-maker, a recognized child prodigy. At age 15, she won her freedom by defeating the greatest wig-maker in the Orion Syndicate. She made her way to Paris, an orphan. Her wigmaking skills had preceded her and she was on my way to becoming a fashion icon and intergalactic celebrity, but she gave up that life to answer the call of fate and duty: She applied and was accepted into Starfleet Academy. She graduated in record time with a double PhD in xenocosmotology and Astrobiology. Her thesis, "Zero-G Styling Technology: Captain we have Lift-off", is still recognized as the seminal work in it's field. She was assigned to the USS Enterprise as chief cosmetology officer under Captain James T. Kirk.

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