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Sunday, October 29 • 4:00pm - 4:50pm
Etymology Fictionary

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Given a word or phrase (e.g., gumshoe, gangbusters) and two minutes (no internet allowed), our panelists will create its origin. After everyone presents their idea, the audience votes by applause for the one they find most convincing, creative, or humorou

Moderators
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Laura Givens

Laura Givens is an illustrator and author who has done oodles of book covers and sold a dozen or so short stories. She loves to read hard SF but often finds herself writing western-flavored steampunk and fantasy. She lives in Denver and used to do improv comedy to stay sane. She has... Read More →

Participants
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Rebecca Lyons

Rebecca Lyons is a writer, editor, and jewelry artist. She has been a MileHiCon participant for over 20 years and has had her jewelry displayed in the art show for the last several. She is a freelance science copy editor and has had stories published in Pulphouse, Women of Darkness... Read More →
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Stant Litore

Stant Litore writes about zombies, aliens, and tyrannosaurs. He does not currently own a starship or a time machine but would rather like to. He lives in Aurora, Colorado with his wife and three children and hides from visitors in the basement library beneath a heap of toy dinosaurs... Read More →
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W. J. Cherf

Writer of Historical Science Fiction and author of the award-winning time travel series The Manuscripts of the Richards' Trust in five volumes.


Sunday October 29, 2017 4:00pm - 4:50pm MDT
Mesa Verde A Ground Floor