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Saturday, September 27 • 10:00 - 12:00
Will Your Fight Scene actually work?

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Authors read fight scenes and then a troop of sword fighters reenact the scene to see what it actually looks like and if it could work.

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Tony Barajas

Fight Coordinator, Michael's Salle d'Armes
Tony is a one of the founding members of St. Michael’s Salle d’Armes. He was the former treasurer of the guild and is currently the Fight Coordinator of StM. | His interest in fencing started as a child watching Errol Flynn movies and the 1973 version of the Three Musketeers. Since fencing was not offered at his school he studied traditional martial arts. He began with taekwondo, and then moved to Shotokan Karate. In 1991 he began fencing... Read More →
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M Todd Gallowglas

American River College
M Todd Gallowglas has been a professional storyteller at Renaissance Faires and Medieval Festivals for roughly twenty years. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University in 2009, he used his storytelling show as a platform to launch his fiction career through the wonder of the eBook revolution. His Tears of Rage books, as well as Knight of the Living Dead, and Halloween Jack and the Devil's Gate... Read More →
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Sydney Thomson﹐ M.D.

Sydney is a successful physician in the Bay Area. She is an avid science fiction fan, a dedicated student of historical swordplay, and a founding member of St. Michael's Salle d'Armes, along with her husband, Tony Barajas. Her motto: reality is for people who lack imagination. She has participated on panels from bioterrorism, cloning, DNA mapping, medical ethics, science fiction to science reality, historical swordplay from theatrical to... Read More →
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AE Marling

Fantasy writer, dancer, law-abiding citizen, human being (in that order). | | A.E. Marling wrote his first fantasy novella after his freshman year in high school. In college, he found nothing gave him a greater urge to write than science lectures, and he sat through a lot of ‘em. He has yet to repent his fascination with storytelling, and he urges everyone to touch the sky of human imagination and ready fantasy. | | Find him on Twitter... Read More →


Saturday September 27, 2014 10:00 - 12:00
Pool Pavilion

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