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Sunday, April 18 • 19:00 - 19:50
Speculative Biology

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Not all monsters are created equal. The best ones don't look like they were created at all, but evolved like real animals. We'll talk about the ecology, bio-mechanics, and phylogeny of creature-creation, and pay homage to nature by imitating it.

Moderators
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Daniel Bensen

Author
Daniel M. Bensen is an American-Bulgarian author of science fiction, alternate history, and fantasy. His work includes the speculative-biology novel Junction and its sequel Interchange, the optimistic post-apocalyptic comic-book First Knife (with Simon Roy). and the Sidewise Awa... Read More →

Speakers
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Julie Czerneda

Canadian, biologist, award-winning author/editor Julie E. Czerneda shares her curiosity about living things and optimism about life through her science fiction and fantasy, published by DAW Books, NY. Her most recent fantasy, The Gossamer Mage, won the 2020 Aurora for Best English... Read More →
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Casey Lucas

Casey Lucas is an award-winning author, game developer, and graphic novel editor based in New Zealand. Working with Seven Seas Entertainment, she has localised and edited over 60 volumes of Japanese manga for the English-language market. She was the recipient of the 2020 Sir Julius... Read More →
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Peter Watts

I write SF at the harder end of the scale, informed by my background in the sciences (I used to be a marine biologist). My work tends to focus on neurological issues (consciousness, free will, and space vampires); the biological roots of human behavior; and the environment (including... Read More →
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Adrian Tchaikovsky

Adrian Tchaikovsky is the author of the acclaimed ten-book Shadows of the Apt series, the Echoes of the Fall series, and other novels, novellas and short stories including Children of Time (which won the Arthur C. Clarke award in 2016), and its sequel, Children of Ruin (which won... Read More →


Sunday April 18, 2021 19:00 - 19:50 UTC
Eyrie
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