LTUE is coming up…

LTUE is held in Provo, UT in February every year, this year it’ll take place from 14-16 February.

A little background- Life, the Universe, & Everything: The Marion K. “Doc” Smith Symposium on Science Fiction and Fantasy originated at Brigham Young University and has grown and changed a lot over the last thirty years. LTUE is a three-day academic symposium on all aspects of science fiction and fantasy. Comprised of panels, presentations and papers on writing, art, literature, film, gaming and other facets of speculative fiction, LTUE is a place to learn all about life, the universe, and everything else you love.

Looks like I’ll be on a few panels this year, if anybody is interested, schedule HERE

A couple of these should be rather ‘interesting’ considering whom else is on the panels. It’s also a chance to catch up with friends, other authors, and it’s a learning experience for me every year. With over 200 panels, it’s always a hard choice as to which to attend… sigh…

Wish I could clone myself, as there are at least five panels that are scheduled against other panels that I want to see.

 


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LTUE is coming up… — 7 Comments

  1. Clear Ether!

    I also took a look at the larger schedule, and you’re right, I would need a couple of clones just to attend the more interesting panels.

    “Clones For The Average Person.” That would be an interesting panel chat.

    It looks like a great deal fun.

  2. First class listed is “Fundamentals of Self-Defense Law” and I thought, “Dang it, why can’t lefty Gainesville, FL ever have something like this?” and then, well the question answered itself.

    Looks like a fantastic convention and I am so darned jealous I’ll just pout.

    Until the AAR that is.

  3. I’ll see you there! I’m looking forward to it, both presenting and attending panels.

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