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Sunday, May 5 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Categorizing and Classification: Are Genres Still a Thing?

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Sci-Fi. Fantasy. Horror. How well does what you are reading, watching, or perhaps creating, fall into these broad categories? Then there are all of the numerous sub-genres which make up the speculative fiction spectrum. The panel discusses the uses and perhaps misuses of classifying a work into one or more genres.

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Michael Cieslak

Editor in Chief, Dragon's Roost Press
Michael Cieslak is a lifetime reader and writer of horror, mystery, and speculative fiction. A native of Detroit, he still lives within 500 yards of the city with his wife and their two dogs Tesla and Titus. The house is covered in Halloween decorations in October and dragons the... Read More →
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Mary Lynne Gibbs

I'm an author of (mostly) fantasy for YA - Adult audiences. I love crafts, my violin, & my pets (dogs, chickens, & bearded dragons). I have an obsession with Supernatural, Once Upon a Time, and The Flash. I'm a pretty darn good cake decorator, too!


Sunday May 5, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Algonquin B

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