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(6 panels/presentations to celebrate 26 years of the Horror Writer's Association.)
(Robert McCammon, Hal Bodner (M))
How it differs from other forms of writing and how to work with the art for better storytelling.
(Scott Allie, Mike Mignola, Howard Tayler (M), Brady Canfield)
by Dacre Stoker
Speaker: Dacre Stoker. Dacre's Power Point presentation includes a selection of mysteries behind Bram’s writing of "Dracula." With the recent release in the UK of Bram Stoker’s Lost Journal, the audience will also get a rare glimpse of the personal journal that Bram kept during his years in Dublin while he was a student and a civil servant.
(Scott Allie, Don D'Auria, Ellen Datlow, Dave Wolverton (M))
by Joe Lansdale
(Joe Lansdale, Del Howison (M))
From Bram Stoker's Dracula to the myriad of modern bloodsuckers. The on-going fascination with our favorite form of undead.
(Leslie S. Klinger, James Dorr, Hal Bodner (M), Thomas Roche, Ed Erdelac)
by Mort Castle
(pre-registration is required for this session)
The realities behind Disassociative Identity Disorder.
(Speaker: Dr. AL Carlisle)
Why it fascinates us and its place in horror and other genres of fiction.
(Sherrilyn Kenyon, Michaelbrent Collings (M), Rick Hautala, Michael L. Calvillo, Andrew S. Fuller
(Lisa Morton (M), Robert McCammon, Joe Lansdale, Karen Lansdale, Rocky Wood)
Have a coffee and chat with emcee of the Bram Stoker Awards ceremony and horror writer Jeff Strand
by Mike Mignola
Have a coffee and chat with artist Mike Mignola
(P.N. Elrod, Angel McCoy, Guido Henkel, Robert J Defendi (M), Travis Heermann)
by P.N. Elrod
Have a coffee and chat with horror and fantasy author P.N. Elrod
by Scott Allie
Have a coffee and chat with Dark Horse Comics editor Scott Allie
by Rain Graves
How it influences the "scar" and why we love it.
(Lawrence C. Connolly, Guy Anthony De Marco, John Hornor Jacobs, Rain Graves (M), Rio Youers)
(Rick Hautala, Peter Giglio (M))
(Don D'Auria (Samhain Publishing), Derrick Hussey (Hippocampus Press), Dawn Martin (Samhain Publishing), Roy K. Robbins (Bad Moon Books), Norman Rubenstein (M))
by John Picacio
(Paul F. Anderson)
The Bram Stoker Awards Ceremony will be broadcasted live in the web -
29th March to 1st April 2012