Sunday, May 19 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Structuring a Series

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We talk about beginning, middles and ends, but a series contains a multitude of endings. What are the strategies for keeping a reader's interest, while giving them a satisfying ending? How do you sustain tension across multiple works?

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Margaret Dunlap

Margaret Dunlap writes for the small and smaller screens. Credits include: television (Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, Eureka, The Middleman), new media (The Lizzie Bennet Diaires, Emmy-winning transmedia adaptation of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice), animation (Marvel Rising... Read More →

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John Scalzi

Author, "The Consuming Fire"
John Scalzi is a fan of pie and oxygen, not necessarily in that order.
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Michael R. Underwood

Author & Consultant
Mike is an author, a podcaster, and a publishing consultant. He's the author of over a dozen books, including the comedic fantasy Ree Reyes Geekomancy series and the Stabby Award-finalist GENRENAUTS. Most recently, he was the creator and lead writer of BORN TO THE BLADE, a Serial... Read More →
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Susan Forest

Laksa Media Groups
Susan Forest has published over 25 short stories (Analog, Asimov's), and is an award-winning fiction editor for Laksa Media. Her novel, Bursts of Fire, will be out in 2019, followed by Flights of Marigolds. Susan loves travel and has been known to dictate novels from the back of her... Read More →
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Michael Cassutt

writer-producer, Hulu, Apple+, Netflix, Syfy
In addition to novels, short stories and non-fiction, I've written, produced or developed a great deal of SF/fantasy for television: THE TWILIGHT ZONE, MAX HEADROOM, EERIE INDIANA, THE DEAD ZONE, Z NATION, BLACK SUMMER and now WILD CARDS and FOUNDATION.

Sunday May 19, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
G/H Salon

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