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Saturday, September 27 • 16:00 - 18:00
How to pack for Far-away conventions

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What do you really need to take to a con? Our experts talk about what to pack and how to pack it.

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Debbie Bretschneider

City of Saratoga
Debbie Bretschneider loves to costume at conventions. Hall costuming is always a blast. Latest award was Best Workmanship at the Westercon 66 masquerade.
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Sarah Goodman

I am an anthropologist by training, a gentlewoman by profession, and a retired bureaucrat on Official Documents. I have spent my life studying humankind and other sapient and semi-sapient races of the multiverse. Included among the activities involved in this study are: general and specific participation in various fannish (especially costuming and convention running) activities; trans-temporal re-creation activities (PEERS and Faires among... Read More →
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Shael Hawman

Shael Hawman lives in the heart of Silicon Valley. Her three cats graciously share the house with her and her mother. In addition to banging sticks together to produce knitted goodies, she writes under the name Sheryl Hayes.  When she is not knitting or writing, she works full time at a private utility, plots what costume she’s knitting for the next convention she’s attending, plays World of Darkness, or reads.  She can be found on... Read More →
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Randy Smith

Randy Smith discovered the existence of fandom sometime in the dim, dark past of the 1970s when he was a skinny, bespectacled, nerdish, teenager. A few years later, fandom discovered him and there's been no turning back. He's written fanzine articles, pubbed APAzines, helped run conventions, spoken on panels, led book discussion groups, hosted parties, sung filksongs when no one could hear him, played roleplaying and other stfnal games, collected... Read More →


Saturday September 27, 2014 16:00 - 18:00
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