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Heather V. Kreiter
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Rockne S. O'Bannon
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Dr. Arlan K. Andrews, Sr.
Keith R. A. DeCandido
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TammyJo Eckhart, PhD
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Rob Pyatt, Ph. D.
The Shake Ups
Meet The Shake Ups In Ponyville, an original music project inspired by the television series and pop culture phenomenon My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic! For the past three years, this collective of musicians has been wowing audiences across the U.S. with its brand of "pony power pop," performing at fan events (the MLP Fair, Ponycon, Ponyville Ciderfest) and major conventions (Comic Con, Wizard World, Gen Con). The Shake Ups In Ponyville have released three full-length albums of original MLP-based music, and have even performed with voice actors and musicians from the MLP series. The band's stage show includes audience sing-alongs, group dancing, and multimedia clips from the series. The Shake Ups In Ponyville are professional crowd pleasers whose performances are fun for the whole family!
For additional information, please refer to The Shake Ups's Web Page.
Auntie Toast is exhausted after having to come up with that bio, but she'll keep at it. Auntie Toast learned everything she knows about hosting and toasting from her very own implausibly young Auntie, Moxie Ann Magnus. Her existence is a little hard to explain, there's been some time travel and extensive journeying to get her where she is today. She'd like to thank the lovely gentleman with that long scarf for dropping her off in Indianapolis.
Toast spends most of her time trying to make sure that Sneaky isn't destroying the universe. Sneaky spends most of his time not caring what Toast has to say. They are not married... They just both have parents who made bizarre choices in names!
"Who cares, anyway?"
Wait a second, is that your bio? That's a horrible bio. I think I can do better. Uncle Sneaky was born down on the bayou in the worst storm since '34. They say when he came out, a bolt of lightning hit the ground right outside his mother's bedroom window and gave spark to the man we all call Uncle Sneaky today.
Sneaky left home at the age of 8, joined a carnival, left that carnival, became a sailor on a private ship, jumped off the side of said ship after a dispute over whether or not he "owed" anyone "money" after a particularly "bad" game of poker. On his 12th birthday, he discovered his true calling and became a troublemaker. He's never looked back.
Ian Albers practically grew up at this convention and now that he has some of that "life experience" with all the science and the gaming and the being a teacher and what not, he thought he should give back a little. He can be found running and assisting with creative/horrible ideas in a series of fun events throughout the weekend.
John F. Allen
John F. Allen is an American writer born in Indianapolis, IN. He is a member of the Speculative Fiction Guild and the Indiana Writers Center. He began writing stories as early as the second grade and pursued all forms of writing at some point, throughout his career. John studied Liberal Arts at IUPUI with a focus in Creative Writing, received an honorable discharge from the United States Air Force and is a current member of the American Legion. John's debut novel, The God Killers was published in 2013 by Seventh Star Press along with two novellas in the Codename: Knight Ranger series. He also has several published speculative fiction short stories in various anthologies. John currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife and son.
For additional information, please refer to John F. Allen's Web Page.
Tristienne Gryfe has been an artist of one sort or another all her life. Origami, sculpture, and bead jewelry captured her interest as a teen, until making a living took priority and she began her culinary career. Even so, she continued to dabble; a silver-smithing class here, a sewing machine there, elf slippers, fleece jester hats... In 2010 she made her first tiny hat on a whim and has been hooked ever since.
For additional information, please refer to Lisa Anderson's Web Page.
James O. Barnes is a speaker, author, publishing consultant, and leadership guide. He is the author of "3 Simple Rules: A Guide for Business and Life", and "EntrePublishing: A Publishing Start-up Guide". In addition to his consulting, James began Loconeal Publishing, a small-press publishing company, in 2009. The mission of Loconeal Publishing is to bring new, emerging, and experienced authors to readers locally and internationally. Loconeal Publishing is a multi-genre publisher of fiction, non-fiction, business, education and books for children. James can be reached at email@example.com; www.jamesobarnes.com; www.loconeal.com
For additional information, please refer to James Barnes's Web Page.
E Susan Baugh
Susan is a Librarian, reader, reviewer and writer. She likes to read, travel (especially to cons), and enjoys sleeping as well as watching TV since retiring. Susan enjoys speaking about disability access, television & movies, finding free & low cost e-books, loosing/maintaining weight while attending cons, and outreach to writers. Her current goal in life is to not break any more bones.
Dr Catherine Callaghan
Dr. Catherine Callaghan is a professor of linguistics at The Ohio State University. She is the author of "Other Worlds: Poems on Prints by MC Escher" (a book of poetry published by an actual publisher, not a vanity press), "Proto-Utian Grammar and Dictionary with Notes on Yokuts" (a weighty tome), and her latest: "Belleporte", a vampire novel in a university setting.
The Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club (MMCC) has quickly grown to be one of the largest global Star Wars' fan organizations. Mandalorian Mercs Costume Club is a registered 501(c)(4) non-profit within the USA, with several chapters in countries around the world. In 2011 Mandalorian Mercs was recognized by LucasFilm LTD. as the "Elite Mandalorian Costuming Organization."
Mike Cowper is a professional geek. He has been managing the technical side of an Internet Service Provider for over twenty years. He is (or at least was when he used to have time) an avid reader of science fiction and fantasy. Mike has been attending InConJunction since 1984 and volunteering since about 1991. He is a past convention chairman and past president of Circle of Janus. He is an amateur actor and has been in many InConJunction plays. He also does game demonstrations for two game companies (Steve Jackson Games and Looney Labs Games) and is very involved with his church (Valley Mills Christian Church).
For additional information, please refer to Mike Cowper's Web Page.
Captain (Senior Grade) Sir Sherman Day of the HMS Demon, Northern Illinois and Indiana's local chapter of The Royal Manticoran Navy (TRMN). TRMN is a Fan Association based on the literary works of David Weber in the Science Fiction Military group of book series collectively known as the Honorverse, which started with the 14 Book Series of Honor Harrington and has grown to 5 different book series collectively known as the Honorverse which includes over 30 Books.
For additional information, please refer to CAPT (SG) Sherman Day's Web Page.
Brendan Detzner is a writer from Forest Park IL. His work is sometimes, funny, sometimes scary, and usually very strange. His short fiction has appeared in Pseudopod, Chizine, the Book of Dead Things and Exigencies Anthologies, and many other places. He runs the Bad Grammar Theater genre reading series in Chicago and his short story collection "Beasts" is coming out in October of 2015. You can see what he's up to at http://www.brendandetzner.com.
For additional information, please refer to Brendan Detzner's Web Page.
Anjala Dick is a geeky master of yarn and adult coloring books. She also loves all things Harry Potter, Twilight, and Star Trek related. When not delving into the world of geekdom, she spends her free time with her spouse, Dillan, their fur child, Cedar, as well as their mother, Judy. Anjala is also a purveyor of karaoke. It brings her sublime joy when she's either rapping "Ice, Ice Baby" or singing "The Time Warp" in front of her fellow geeky friends. Anjala also recently discovered the magical world of adult coloring books. She uses this medium to help relieve stress and anxiety as well as taking shapes and colors and telling a story with them. If you see her, just know that she may burst out in song at any moment, especially random songs like "Magdalena Hagdalena".
Zen DiPietro is a lifelong bookworm, dreamer, writer, and a mom of two. Perhaps most importantly, a Browncoat Trekkie Whovian. Also red-haired, left-handed, and a vegetarian geek. Absolutely terrible at conforming. A recovering gamer, but we won't talk about that. Particular loves include badass heroines, British accents, and the smell of Band-Aids. Zen writes science fiction as well as fantasy that leans toward science-y stuff. Her professional background includes a puzzling mix of librarian, medical researcher, marketing exec, and semi-pro dancer. It always comes back around to fandoms and books, though. To that end, she spends too much time on social media and writing reviews, author interviews, and writer tradecraft at her website www.WomenOfBadassery.com.
For additional information, please refer to Zen DiPietro's Web Page.
What can you say about Matt? Very interested in Pokemon and Cosplaying, also a YouTube "Let's Player". He loves to play video games and loves to talk about different games and TV shows. He is currently a student at IUPUI, going for video.
For additional information, please refer to Matt Dodds's Web Page.
Barbara is a military brat who has spent much of her life moving from base to base. Thanks to my father, she was infected with a love of reading from an early age; introducing her to S.J. Perelman and P.G. Wodehouse, as well as Heinlein and Asimov. She takes full blame for my adoration of Fantasy, however. Reading, for some, inevitably leads to writing. In her case she started that early as well and blush to remember some of the horrors she inflicted on those poor defenseless pieces of paper. There've been many of them and more each year. She'd like to think they've improved since then. She's been writing mainstream Fantasy for the most part, but pulp titles like "The Shadow" and "Doc Savage" were among my early influences. She's also come to adore "The Green Hornet" TV series, in part because of Bruce Lee and in part because it was ahead of its time when it came to how it treated minorities. Barbara has two sons, both teenagers, a husband and a dog. There's also a cat who thinks I belong to her, but is still arguing that point. Her age is old enough and continues to increase daily.
For additional information, please refer to Barbara Doran's Web Page.
Katina French is a speculative fiction author from southern Indiana. An award-winning copywriter, she's been writing professionally for over 20 years. Recent works include The Clockwork Republics, a series of classic fairy tales retold in a steampunk setting, as well as The Belle Starr Chronicles, a space adventure serial. She's recently been featured in Daily Science Fiction. Kat writes fast-paced, humor-laced stories of high adventure that appeal to young adults and the young at heart.
For additional information, please refer to Katina French's Web Page.
E. Chris Garrison
E. Chris Garrison is active in the writing community in Indianapolis, Indiana. Chris lives in the Circle City with her wife, step-daughter and a cabal of cats. She also enjoys gaming, home brewing beer, and finding innovative uses for duct tape. Chris's novel, Reality Check, is a science fiction adventure released by Hydra Publications. The Road Ghosts trilogy, released by Seventh Star Press, is Chris's supernatural urban fantasy series with a sense of humor, which is continued in her Tipsy Fairy Tales books. Chris has released the first two books of the Trans-Continental steampunk series, which has a transgender protagonist. The second bookMississippi Queen will debut at InConjunction 2016.
For additional information, please refer to E. Chris Garrison's Web Page.
Chris Gerrib has three novels out, The Mars Run, Pirates of Mars, and The Night Watch. He admits to being a bit obsessed with Mars, but in a healthy way. Chris still has a day job as the IT director at a Chicago-area bank, and holds degrees in history and business from the University of Illinois and Southern Illinois University. He also served in the US Navy during the First Gulf War, and can proudly report that not one Iraqi MiG bombed Jacksonville, Florida while he was in the service. In his copious free time, Chris is a past President of and currently active in his local Rotary club.
For additional information, please refer to Chris Gerrib's Web Page.
A geek of many fandoms, Katie enjoys aspects of many genres - from comics, sci-fi and anime to gaming, costuming and the internet. She is also currently the female half of a band, Fate Pies. This is her tenth InConJunction and looks forward to many more.
Joe 'Volg' Greene is a costumer, LEGO roboticist, SciFi fan, DIY addict and UNIX admin. This guy's a geek! He's big! He's green! But he's fuzzy, not mean.
For additional information, please refer to Joe Greene's Web Page.
Drew Happli has over 20 years experience in the technology field, this includes network administration, network design, along with just about anything else you can do with a computer and a few things you most likely shouldn't. Not only does he work on computers, he plays on them too. You are likely to find Drew playing an online game . Drew also plays non-computer games and is the Regional Director for the Midwest for Steve Jackson's Men in Black. Other fan interests of note are Comic books (Drew has been collecting comic books for over 30 years), Anime, and Drew is a voracious reader. Drew first attended InConJunction in 1992, and started helping at InConJunction in 1993. So far he has headed A/V, Anime, Programming and Dealers Room, and been Conchair.
A multi-decade, award-winning journalist, Ronald Hawkins has been writing the Indiana Science Fiction Sojourns column and blog for eight years. He's been on and conducted several InConJunction panels in the past, including several where he provided original videos. Hawkins also has been giving his "Science Fiction: Imagination, Fun and Intellect" to central Indiana libraries.
For additional information, please refer to Ronald Hawkins's Web Page.
Ms. Hawks has always been interested in writing in some form or other. A few years back, she was involved with and then ran a Star Trek Interactive Writing Group which was successful for a number of years. Yes, she is a trekker and proud of it. She has directed tours around the country and continues to do so to pay the bills. Maybe one day, she can travel for fun and let the books she writes pay the bills instead. She can only hope. Then a few years back, she received her Master's Degree in Ancient Civilizations, Native American History and United States History. It was at this time she got involved in role playing on FaceBook, which gave her ample opportunities to grow and hone her writing ability. Taking the leap forward, she decided to try her hand at writing a novel. That novel is entitled Demon's Kiss. A sequel to Demon's Kiss, entitled Demon's Dream is on sale. The final part to the Demon Saga Trilogy will be available soon. She also has a new Series, Entitled the Spirit Walkers Saga with the first book entitled Shifter's Hope, now available. She has a couple of other projects for soon to be released novels, including a new series that utilizes Native American history and mythos incorporated into her paranormal world.
For additional information, please refer to Laura Hawks's Web Page.
Tom Jaquish is an engineer from Fort Wayne who's married to a playwright and has kids who have varying opinions about science fiction.
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A bestselling Science Fiction/Fantasy author and speaker, Chris Kennedy is a former naval aviator with over 3,000 hours flying attack and reconnaissance aircraft, an elementary school principal and an instructional systems designer for the Navy. Chris is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America and the Society of Children%u2019s Book Writers and Illustrators. Chris%u2019 full length novels include the "Occupied Seattle" military fiction duology, "The Theogony" and "Codex Regius" science fiction trilogies, and the "War for Dominance" fantasy trilogy. He is also the author of the #1 Amazon self-help book, "Self-Publishing for Profit" and the forthcoming leadership book "Leadership from the Darkside." Called 'fantastic' and 'a great speaker,' he has coached hundreds of beginning authors and budding novelists on how to self-publish their stories at a variety of conferences, conventions and writing guild presentations. Catch up with Chris and join his mailing list at http://chriskennedypublishing.com. You can also find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/chriskennedypublishing.biz and on Twitter at @ChrisKennedy110.
For additional information, please refer to Christopher Kennedy's Web Page.
Mr Anthony Lillig
He has been the president of the Indy Knights (Indianapolis' Star Wars fan club), he runs the Imperial Remnant (Central Indiana's Premier Star Wars gaming club), and cannot be killed by mortal means.
For additional information, please refer to Mr Anthony Lillig's Web Page.
Lisa Meece is passionate about Barfleet and the work the UBS Indycent does to provide hospitality at our local fan-run conventions. You can generally find her on the dance floor while the Barfleet party is running. She has said that her heart is at home at fan-run conventions, and she enjoys evangelizing them to those who have not yet found this delightful and unique corner of the multiverse. Outside of conventions, her interests run towards helping geeks stretch themselves. She's taught yoga for 15 years, and been teaching in unique environment of a SciFi convention for 10 years. She works with geek minds, as well, as a life coach who helps people create lives that bring more joy into the world. Familiar with all sorts of non-traditional lifestyles, she offers an 'if you can shock me, your next session is free' guarantee to all of her life coaching clients. If you%u2019re looking for her at the convention, her laugh has been known to work as an effective echolocation mechanism.
For additional information, please refer to Lisa Meece's Web Page.
Jim Meeks-Johnson is a life-long science fiction reader who began writing science fiction around 2010. His short stories have earned Honorable Mentions in the L Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest in 2012, 2014 and 2015. His first publication was By the Numbers in 2015. He is currently writing a novel set in the same universe as By the Numbers, but a hundred years later, after the aliens have arrived. He is a writer for SciFutures, a blend of futurist and science fiction writing for industry. Jim has degrees in mathematics and psychology and "mathematical psychology "and has worked for many years as a software developer in a think tank for medical informatics research at Indiana University.
Mary is long time bi stellar sci fi fan!! She is a Vice President of the IndyKnights as well as the Deputy Fleet Commander for Starfleet Command. A big fan of the TV Show Big Bang Theory, Mary has put on panel discussions at various conventions in the past few years. In addition to sci fi fandom, she is a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America and serves as the Indiana Chapter Regional Coordinator. Lately she has also been exploring the world of Sherlock Holmes as a budding Sherlockian!
Mike's claim to infamy is as a founding member of Toyboat, which despite public outcry, still exists. He has been doing more solo shows lately because he has a lot of songs written that are not suitable for Toyboat. (Let that sink in for a minute. I mean Toyboat will play *anything*.) The songs are demanding he go out and play them for actual people, so please come see him in concert or he'll get a (bigger) complex.
Part-Time School Bus driver and MOM. I love to bake, sew, cook, and most of all I love my two daughters. I have been attending Cons for over 20 years now. Last Starbase I celebrated my 20th year at conventions and in fandom.
Mark has worked for over 30 years in the film and media industry in a wide range of disciplines, most notably as a producer and director. He's been part of a number of successful independent films including producing and managing on the multi-award winning "Star Trek vs. Batman" with director Chris Allen. He was co-producer on "A Time For the Heart," which was selected for the 2010 San Diego Comic Con International Film Festival, and technical producer of "Incredible Fire," "Soldier's Song," and post production supervisor for the "175th Birthday of Logansport," and several industrials. Most recently, Mark finished a TV pilot for a reality show about his other business, Fiberglass Freaks, building 1966 Batmobile replicas. As a writer, Mark has written or co-written a dozen screenplays. Mark is currently in post production on "Starship 2," and in pre-production on "Plausible Deniability," "Best Seller," and "Starship 3." Mark has been interviewed in magazines and radio shows, and has hosted numerous filmmaking panels at Dragon*Con, Windycon, Minicon, Marcon, Millenicon, Starbase Indy, and his favorite convention--Inconjunction.
For additional information, please refer to Mark Racop's Web Page.
An InConJunction attendee since 2005, Bob Richey is involved in costuming and creating Huge creatures using cheap and simple materials. He has been a participant in the InConJunction Art Show since 2012 with fantasy and science fiction themed woodwork.
Science - Scientist, having worked in molecular biology and biochemistry. Fiction - Enjoy reading and discussing. & Fantasy - Creating large original creations to wear at conventions.
She has been a librarian, avid reader, performer and storyteller. Her first "gig" was reciting poetry by James Whitcomb Riley on monument circle for a celebration of his life. She currently speaks every year at GenCon's trade day. She's dedicated to get kids involved in gaming so that they will grow up and become serious gamers. She's currently a stay at home mom and spends time playing games and reading with her five year old daughter. Now in the second draft of my first fantasy novel, she's also starting her promotional platform to get her name out there and waiting for her book.
For additional information, please refer to Kyle Schenetzke's Web Page.
Bishop Stevens is a former WCW pro-wrestler who turned actor in 2013. Bishop became a pro wrestler and trained with the legendary Harley Race and signed with World Championship Wrestling which was later purchased by the WWF (now the WWE). While training at the WWE training center in Memphis Tn and Lousiville Ky he worked with other wrestlers who have turned actor such as Kurt Angle and The Rock. . Bishop started his acting career with small roles on such TV shows like NBC's Crisis and NBC's Chicago PD, before landing a recurring role Fox's hit show EMPIRE as one of the main Security Officers inside the Empire offices, where he would be side by side in scenes with the shows main stars Taraji Henson , Terrence Howard and the shows special guest. Since his role on Empire Bishop has moved into feature films working along side some of Hollywood's most well known actors including Lobo Sebastian, Victor Garber, Danny Glover and Raymond Berry and even had the pleasure to work with Walking Dead Stars Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun.
After joining the Royal Manticoran Navy, the Official Honor Harrington Fan Association in late 2014, Geoff has moved from recruit to head of his own chapter (styled as ships, to fit the theme), and then to XO of the larger regional command HMS Demon, CLAC-62 (think aircraft carrier).
For additional information, please refer to Geoff Strayer's Web Page.
Mike is a longtime Science Fiction, comic book and movie fan. He has worked at the Hero House, a comic book store, for the last five years. He has been an Inconjunction attendee for thirty-five years and a convention committee member, panelist and volunteer off and on for the past 30 years.
R.J. Sullivan's newest book through Seventh Star Press is Commanding the Red Lotus, which collects three science fiction novelettes written in the tradition of Andre Norton and Gene Roddenberry. Seventh Star also released his loosely connected paranormal thrillers Haunting Blue, Haunting Obsession, and Virtual Blue, and his first collection of short stories, Darkness with a Chance of Whimsy. RJ is co-host with John F. Allen of The Two Towers Talk Show, a genre review and interview web-show. Learn more at rjsullivanfiction.com and thetwotowerstalkshow.wordpress.com
For additional information, please refer to R.J. Sullivan's Web Page.
With a list of qualifications including (but not limited to) b-movie maven, SubGenius 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 ConChair, 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 SubGenius 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.
Mr. Tony Troxell
Anthony Troxell has been an active Geek in Indiana for over 25 years. Over the past 6 years, he's focused on bringing his brand of Geeking to the Internet, via his blog, and social media. In 2015, his Twitter account, "Indiana Geeking", was voted one of the top Twitter accounts in Indianapolis by readers of Nuvo magazine. Who beat him? Pat McAfee.
For additional information, please refer to Mr. Tony Troxell's Web Page.
Indy Lightsaber Academy provide practical instruction for a fantasy weapon. ILA's lightsaber combat techniques are grounded in real life sword play and martial arts concepts, as well as realistic stage combat. Founded in 2015, ILA continues to grow and to give back to the Indianapolis community.
For additional information, please refer to Michael Tucker's Web Page.
Performing with Different Drummer Belly Dancers since 2012, Verna Vendetta is still thrilling audiences with both belly dance and burlesque alike. In addition to all of your favorite conventions, Verna makes time for guest appearances at variety shows and private parties, even teaching the occasional belly dance workshop. She takes pride in making her own costumes, and loves to incorporate cosplay into her performances!
For additional information, please refer to Verna Vendetta's Web Page.
Located in rural Tennessee, Mark Wandrey has been creating new worlds since he was old enough to write. After penning countless short stories, he realized novels were his real calling and hasn%u2019t looked back since. A lifetime of diverse jobs, extensive travels, and living in most areas of the country have uniquely equipped him with experiences to color his stories in ways many find engaging and thought provoking. His current works include the "Earth Song" series, an epic space opera published by Henchman Press with 5 books out so far with more to come, and A Time to Die, Mark Wandrey's newest Amazon Best Selling novel where zombies meet nombies.
For additional information, please refer to Mark Wandrey's Web Page.
International Award Winner Writer/Director Demetrius Witherspoon. Who's films has been named "Best of Indie Indy" by NUVO 2016. Has done many short films. And has been to In Conjunction 2015 and Gen Con 3 years in a role with his Sci Fi film series Submerge. His film series is going to Japan and China for Distribution. A Lady who is called Ni're, is down to nothing in her life except for the clothes on her back and her unborn child. She is chased by the Government and thrown into another universe. Will she find out how to get out? It's only a matter of time.
For additional information, please refer to Demetrius Witherspoon 's Web Page.
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