Satori Circus will be performing during the ConFusion Masquerade. You can find out more about him at his MySpace page.
We're proud to announce that a number of truly nifty people will be participating in I See By My ConFusion!
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We're pleased to announce that Subterranean Press is arranging for Robert McCammon to be a guest at ConFusion this year.
We are looking to try something new this year and to help with that we need your pictures of past ConFusions.
I know there are tons of you out there that have taken pictures over the years, and I know there are tons of you out there that have friends that have taken pictures. They don't have to be of anything specific, or during a certain time period. Pictures that are 30 years old will be just as useful and amazing as those from the last few years. Panels, GoHs, lobby, pool parties, dinners, etc. No picture will be turned away.
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Regarded as one of the top entertainment illustrators, Matt Busch has made a career out of tapping into every expressive art imaginable, surprising even his die-hard fans what he’ll do next.
Steve Collins is an attitude control system engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He has been a flight team member on Mars Observer, Galileo, Deep Space One, MER, and NASA's Deep Impact mission to blow a hole in the comet Tempel 1.
Catherynne M. Valente was born on Cinco de Mayo, 1979 in Seattle, WA, but grew up in in the wheatgrass paradise of Northern California. She has three brothers and a sister. She graduated from high school at age 15, going on to UC San Diego and Edinburgh University, receiving her B.A. in Classics with an emphasis in Ancient Greek Linguistics. She then drifted away from her M.A. program and into a long residence in the concrete and camphor wilds of Japan.
Born in Manhattan on April 20, 1939, Peter Soyer Beagle, son of Simon and Rebecca Soyer Beagle, was raised in the Bronx, New York. From an early age he was a voracious reader, and his parents encouraged him in his pursuit of the literary arts. As early as sixth grade he proclaimed that he was going to be a writer, and during his years at the Bronx High School of Science (Class of '55) he was a frequent contributor to the school literary magazine. It was in this period that his work caught the attention of the fiction editor at Seventeen Magazine, Bryna Ivins. She and her husband, the anthologist and literary scholar Louis Untermeyer, took Peter under their wing and introduced him to many leading writers and editors of the day, as well as the woman who would become his first literary agent, Elizabeth Otis, who at the time represented John Steinbeck and Harper Lee.