Louise Herring-Jones (Amy L. Herring) writes mainstream, historical, and speculative fiction as well as non-fiction. Her science fiction, dark fantasy, and light horror stories have been published in anthologies, including "Michaelis and the Dew Shades" in Fae Tales of the Mediterranean (Futurefire.net Publishing, 2016), "Tender" in Life on the Rez (Tree-Lion Press, 2016) and, coming soon, "High Ground" with illustrations by Melissa Gay (Thunderchild Publishing). As Amy Herring, she is a veteran reporter for The Daily Dragon Online, the news voice of DragonCon. With her husband chainmail smith and digital artist Bryan Jones, she serves as co-municipal liaison for the Alabama North region for National Novel Writing Month ("NaNoWriMo"). She practices law in Alabama and is an advocate for privacy rights, First Amendment guarantees, and other constitutionally protected freedoms.* For additional details and links, visit her author's website at http://www.louiseherring-jones.com.
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First it was the vampires, then the werewolves, now we have the fae. In the past five years, fae have risen in popularity as subjects for urban fantasy tales. Are fae the new vampires? Or have they always been there? Why are they so popular now and where do we see them going in the future? Join a panel of experts as they discuss these latest writing trends in relation popular culture, art and the business of writing itself. Lydia Sherrer moderates.
500 Vampires, No Waiting: How many vampire types are out there? Do you prefer the supernatural? The aliens? The Wesley Snipes movies? Declan Finn moderates this panel on the many varieties of Nosferatu.