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for: Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers

Scheduled as of 2022-11-16 00:31:53

5756. Anne McCaffrey: Multi-Genre Universes
Past, present and future. Sci-fi and fantasy. How to build a cohesive universe. Moderated by Wendy Van Camp.
Genny Dazzo, Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers, Todd J. McCaffrey, Wendy Van_Camp
FRI 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm, Los Angeles 1

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5782. Has Science Fiction changed the course of relationships in America
America has gone through many social upheavals in the last half century. We are arguably not the same society that we were in the 1960's/70's. In many ways we have become the society that writers like Robert Heinlein, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Spider Robinson and Anne McCaffrey have written about. Besides the massive evolution in technology in the last fifty years, there are now people who live in multiply committed relationships, same sex marriages, triads, open marriages, group houses and other configurations. Many more people have thought about trying different kinds of relationships. The presenters of this panel have studied, written about, and lived many of these alternative lifestyles, and will talk about the changing face of relationships in fandom, and in America. Moderated by Glen W. Olson.
Glen W. Olson, Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers, Mark Merlino, Rodney O'Riley, Craig Brussel Rogers
SAT 10:00 am - 11:15 am, California 3

5792. Autograph Session 1
Charles Lee Jackson II, Glen W. Olson, Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers
SAT 11:30 am - 12:00 pm, Imperial A-B

5834. Got Filk? The Hidden Musical Side of Science Fiction
What exactly is filk? Find out everything you ever wanted to know about this musical side of science fiction. Moderated by Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers.
Alexander James Adams, Gene Turnbow, Lee Gold, Susan Fox, Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers
SAT 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm, Los Angeles 1

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5874. Grokking Heinlein
What were the constants of Heinlein's writing? Where did he challenge things that even he might have believed in, because he thought everything needed to be challenged? A free mind is seldom politically correct. And if one doesn't want characters to be stereotypical shouldn't we allow a writer characters who are idiosyncratic and not a typical woman, boy, black, Phlilpino, or Martian? Moderated by Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers.
Bradford Lyau, G. David Nordley, Glen W. Olson, Wendy Van_Camp, Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers
SUN 2:30 pm - 3:45 pm, Pacific Coast 2