Guest of Honour: Juliet E McKenna
Author of The Tales of Einarinn and The Aldabreshin Compass series of novels, as well finding the time to sideline in reviewing and other writing, Juliet is also an entertaining, witty, and consummately professional guest and speaker at any convention she attends, and we are honoured to have her.
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Author of Artefacts of Power and Shadowleague series, she says:"It seems that all authors have cats. They really write this stuff...". That said, we have decided to invite her rather than her cats.
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George's first novel Hound was published last year. Working as Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Dept. of English and Creative Writing of Lancaster University, his advice to budding writers is "...to go away, fall in love, have your heart broken then come back and write about it!" So if you see depressed young literary types clogging up the bars of Lancaster, you know who to talk to.
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Unfortunately due to personal committments, Tom Brennan will not be able to attend this year's convention.
However, you can still read his profile by following the link below
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James P Hogan
James is one of the most prolific authors in the science fiction genre, and despite being described as "firmly planted at the "hard science" end of the science-fiction spectrum", he still manages to be one of the nicest people you could meet at a convention.
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John W Sexton
John W Sexton was born, somewhere in Ireland, in 1958. He is variously a poet, a rock singer, a short story writer, a children’s novelist, and a radio playwright.
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Author of the Young Wizards series, Diane has also written for many television shows, including Star Trek.
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One of the best and liveliest con guests there is, and after getting into his rather accomplished literary career, he probably isn't planning to go back to work for the Customs service
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Unfortunately due to personal committments, Katherine Kurtz will not be able to attend this year's convention. However you can read her profile by following the link below
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Especially imported from the Isle of Man for the convention, P-Con I veteran Steve is the author of Reluctant Heroes and has two more books in the pipeline for this year and next.
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Nominated recently for a Nebula award for his novellette Lobsters, Charlie enjoys collecting weird gadgets and orphan computers and is a fan of small breweries and their products.
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Author of Something More and British Summertime, as well as writings concerning some Doctor bloke, whose name escapes me, his writing credits are phenomenal and varied for a man of his comparatively tender years.
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Ariel is better known to the world at large as the site editor of the highly successful online magazine The Alien Online.
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