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Friday, June 2 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
I Talk of Dreams

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From faires to ghosts to love potions, Shakespeare's plays are jam-packed with fantasy elements. Is it any wonder fantasy writers have been lifting from his work for centuries? Let's talk about the influence of Shakespeare on modern fantasy literature, and where it might go in the years to come.

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Falstaff Books

Falstaff Books
Falstaff Books is a digital and print publishing company based in Charlotte, NC dedicated to bringing to life the best in fantasy, science fiction, horror, mystery, and dramatic literature. We love bringing amazing stories to light and giving incredible writers a voice. The battered... Read More →

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A J Hartley

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A.J. Hartley is the international and NY Times bestselling author of a dozen novels including the mystery/thrillers The Mask of Atreus, On the Fifth Day, What Time Devours and Tears of the Jaguar and the young adult fantasy adventures Act of Will and Will Power. The first of his Darwen... Read More →
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Alledria Hurt

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Nicole Givens Kurtz

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Nicole Givens Kurtz is the author of the futuristic noir series, CYBIL LEWIS. From weird westerns to horrific horror, Nicole writes for the strange, the diverse, and the wonderfully weird. Escape to Other Worlds with her at Other Worlds Pulp, her website, http://www.nicolegivensk... Read More →
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Emily Lavin Leverett

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Emily Lavin Leverett is a writer, editor, and English professor. She is the co-editor of "Lawless Lands: Tales from the Weird Frontier" and "The Weird Wild West" with Misty Massey and Margaret McGraw. Her first novel "Changeling’s Fall," co-written with Sarah Joy Adams was followed... Read More →


Friday June 2, 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
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