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Welcome to the VCON 38 Programming Schedule.

Every year, VCON’s crack Programming team assembles three days jam-packed with the best in panels, workshops, and events to keep you in geek nirvana. We hope that you are as excited by the panels, discussions, workshops and presentations we have on offer this year as we are!

Remember to purchase your weekend membership from our membership registration page before September 15! Adult weekend memberships purchased online are only $45 - 75% of the $60 at the door rate. 
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Sunday, October 6 • 10:00am - 1:00pm
Writers Workshop (Group 3)

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PRE REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Maximum Atendees: 4
Workshop Duration: 3 hrs.

Attention beginning writers! Have a sample of your writing critiqued by professional authors in a Clarion-style workshop at VCON 38!

Participants submit an original, unpublished, short science fiction or fantasy story 5,000 words or less in length, or the first 5,000 words of the opening chapter of a science fiction or fantasy novel prior to the workshop and then, during the workshop, their writing is critiqued by the participating professional authors.

Potential participants must contact the coordinator prior to submitting their work. Full details about the event and how to reserve your space are available at the Writers' Workshop page on the VCON website.

Moderators
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R. Graeme Cameron

Archivist; Writers Workshop Coordinator, VCON ConCom
Fanzine Editor 30+ years, publishes semi-pro SF fiction zine Polar Borealis, won two Aurora Awards, and writes fanzine review column for Amazing Stories.

Guests
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Rhea Rose

Rhea's first story was selected by Judith Merril for the very first Tesseracts anthology and nominated for an Aurora Award. Her latest works appear in Clockwork Canada and Pulp Literature. She has her MFA in creative writing from UBC.
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Casey June Wolf

Casey June Wolf is a writer of occasional poems and speculative fiction stories that range from moody slipstream to hard science fiction. Upcoming publications include “Fog” in The Nettle Tree: Strangely Different Western Stories and several poems in Your Death Full of Flowers (both due out Fall 2016). Casey lives in East Van, BC. Read her musings and find links to her work at Another Fine Day in the Scriptorium... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2013 10:00am - 1:00pm
Room 08: Small Workshops (Cessna) 11th Floor