LibertyCon 30: June 30 - July 2, 2017

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LC30 Publishing Guests

While we will try to keep this accurate, be warned that with the exception of our main guests these guys come on their own dime. Because of that things can come up and plans can change, so it is a bit of a moving target

 

Michael H. Hanson

Michael H. Hanson

Author / Publisher



Michael H. Hanson created the ongoing SHA'DAA shared-world anthology series [currently consisting of "SHA'DAA: TALES OF THE APOCALYPSE", "SHA'DAA: LAST CALL", "SHA'DAA: PAWNS,” and “SHA’DAA: FACETS” (which debuts at LC-27), all published by Moondream Press, an imprint of Copper Dog Publishing]. He has two collections of mainstream poetry in print ("AUTUMN BLUSH" and "JUBILANT WHISPERS" published by Racket River Press, an imprint of Copper Dog Publishing) and is presently compiling his third poetic anthology, "LUMINOUS LULLABIES", and an illustrated collection of poems for children, "THE GREAT SOAP REBELLION...

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Dan Hollifield

Dan Hollifield

Author / Publisher



My first professionally published short story is in the POD edition "Flash Of Aphelion" collection of flash fiction short-short stories on Lulu.com. My series of spaceport bar short stories, Tales From the Mare Inebrium, has been published by Allan Gilbreath's Dark Oak Press, available on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites in hardback, paperback, Kindle and Nook e-book editions. My self-published music albums on Create Space include two solo albums of instrumental music as well as a licensed collection of instrumental songs inspired by Stephanie Osborn's first four "Displaced Detective" novels...

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Steve Jackson

Steve Jackson

Author / Publisher



Steve Jackson graduated from Rice University in Houston. While there, he spent most of his time playing wargames and working on the student paper, the Thresher (he spent two years as editor). He became a writer and game publisher, proving that college can be very valuable as long as you don't let classes get in your way.

He has survived involvements with the Republican Party (alternate delegate to the 1972 convention, but he got better - he now considers himself a small-l libertarian), the SCA (former landed baron and National Chronicler) and law school (escaping before the bar exam; game design was more fun)...

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De Anna McHarge Manning


The stated goal of Iron Clad Press is to introduce "Tomorrow's Writers Today." However, Iron Clad Press does more than this, featuring many distinguished writers as well.  Started by the late John P. Manning, Jr., John's dream is being carried on by his widow, DeAnna Manning, CEO, and Stormy Medina, Creative Director and Chief Editor.

Come try out the horror novel, "Black Stump Ridge" (set in the vicinity of Chattanooga), and horror anthologies, "What Scares the Boogey Man?", and the recently released "Terror By Gaslight," the first book in the Night Chill Series...

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Holly McClure

Holly McClure

Author / Publisher



Raised by Shaman, storytellers, preachers, and bluegrass musicians, child of the Smoky Mountains with a Cherokee mom and a father whose people came from the Scottish Highlands, Holly draws on her heritage for inspiration as an author and storyteller.

She founded Sullivan Maxx Literary Agency and represented authors of fiction and non fiction until the agency was acquired by Lexium Talent and Entertainment where she is still a consultant.

She is an ordained priest in the Celtic Christian Church and resides in Atlanta Ga...

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Gary Poole

Gary Poole

Editor



Gary Poole has been in the entertainment and publishing industry for nearly thirty years. He's worked directly with John Ringo on over a dozen novels, and has adapted several of them into screenplays (all of which remain in development). When not working with Ringo, he is the managing editor of a successful alternative newsweekly in Tennessee and spent years on the radio as a talk show host and award-winning broadcast journalist.

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Toni Weisskopf

Toni Weisskopf

Author / Publisher



Toni Weisskopf is publisher of Baen Books. She has worked with such authors as David Weber, David Drake, Lois McMaster Bujold, Eric Flint, John Ringo, Sarah A. Hoyt, Larry Corriea, and many others. With Josepha Sherman she compiled and annotated the definitive volume of subversive children's folklore, Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts, published by August House. For Baen she's edited three original hard sf anthologies: Cosmic Stories: Adventures in Sol System, Cosmic Stories: Adventures in Far Futures and Transhuman, with sf author Mark L...

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