JL Curtis has two series out, The Grey Man series, current fiction with cops vs. the cartel in South Texas, and Rimworld a Military Science Fiction series from the grunt's perspective. He's also published a couple of short stories in Anthologies, and one Novella. A retired Naval Flight officer, he spent 22 years in the Navy, then worked as an engineer with a defense contractor for another 20+ years. A long time shooter and NRA instructor, he now lives North Texas and writes full time.
Scheduled Programming Events Featuring Jim Curtis
Name of Event
Virtual Reality: Future Prospects, Future Threats, and Perhaps an Answer to the Fermi Paradox
Arlan Andrews moderates this panel on the promises and perils of Virtual Reality, as well as some tantalizing possibilities.
Bart Kemper moderates this panel on Terminal Ballistics (also referred to as wound ballistics) Engineers on the panel will talk physics, bullet calib,ers, shapes, deformation, etc. while the medical folks will talk about the effects on the human body.
Indie Publishing - Latest Trends in Self-Publishing and the State of the Market
Peter Grant and Dorothy Klapp continue their series on indie publishing. New developments in copyright issues, including "rights grabs" by publishers and other media; Changes in the market, with particular emphasis on subscription libraries and their impact on sales; The confluence of all forms of entertainment, so that books are merely one element, along with films, computer and console games, comics, etc.; Tie-ins between those forms, with books being written as offshoots of games or comics.