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Saturday, May 27 • 11:00am - 11:50am
20 Years of Buffy: How Whedon and Co. Changed the Face of Genre TV LIMITED

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Joss Whedon's idea to turn horror tropes on their collective heads and create a story about a normal teenage girl growing to become the ultimate protector of humanity has touched many over the last 20 years. Join us as we explore how this series changed genre fiction and television for better (and worse) since its debut in 1997.

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Jim Yelton

Jim Yelton has been creating for most of his life. An actor/director who has been involved in over 30 stage productions, Jim is an experienced talk show host and always found a way to sneak in his passion for geeky topics. But his love has always been writing and he’s written f... Read More →

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Sherri Conbarbie Dean

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Deanna Sjolander

Beer slinging, craft maven, and all around good-time gal, Deanna Sjolander grew up in a small town in western Wisconsin. There wasn’t much to do there, but she found at an early age she could escape into adventures courtesy of her local library. Small town USA couldn’t contai... Read More →
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Caroline Spector

Over the past twenty-five years, Caroline Spector has published and edited numerous game modules, written three computer game hint books, published three novels in the Shadowrun/Earthdawn series, and has been working in the Wild Cards universe. In 2013, her essay, “Power and Fe... Read More →


Saturday May 27, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Empire A 2345 McGee St, Kansas City, MO 64108

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