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Daniel M. Hoyt

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STEM / Author

Daniel M. Hoyt is a systems architect for trajectory physics software, when not writing or wrangling royalty calculations. Dan has appeared in premier magazines like Analog and several anthologies, notably the recent Paladins of Valor and Bonds of Valor, with connected stories in an exciting new world blending magic and science fiction, Baen’s Founder Effect and Stellaris, and Dr. Mike Brotherton’s Diamonds in the Sky online anthology, funded by the National Science Foundation. Dan also edited Fate Fantastic and Better Off Undead for DAW. Having published in several genres, Dan returned to his science fiction roots with his debut space opera, Ninth Euclid’s Prince. 


Catch up with him at danielmhoyt.com

Day
Start
Location
Name of Event
Fri
4:00 PM
M - Carter Room (Readings 1)
Reading: The Writing Hoyts
Fri
5:00 PM
CC - Mtg Room 14/15
Opening Ceremonies
Fri
8:00 PM
M - Plaza Ballroom C
Building a Low Tech Colony World
Sat
11:00 AM
CC - Exhibit Hall D (Dealer's Room) - Autographs in Hall Outside
Autograph Session: MD Boncher, Charles E. Gannon, Wil McCarthy, Sarah Hoyt, Daniel Hoyt
Sat
4:00 PM
M - Plaza Ballroom Mezzanine - Authors/Artists Alley
Authors/Artist Alley: Teresa Howard, Chuck Gannon, Sam Robb, Mark Stallings, Benjamin Wallace, Sarah Hoyt/Dan Hoyt
Sun
10:00 AM
CC - Mtg Rm 9/10
Military Humor – Why is Dark Humor Necessary?
Sun
1:00 PM
M - Plaza Ballroom C
Putting the Science in Science Fiction
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Bonds of Valor

Book 4 of 5: Libri Valoris

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The Founder Effect

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Paladins of Valor

Book 5 of 5: Libri Valoris

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The Ross 248 Project

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