Bjorn Hasseler

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Author

Bjorn Hasseler found Eric Flint's novel 1632 in a public library. Then he discovered that fans were not just allowed but encouraged to write in the 1632 universe. He writes the Neustatter's European Security Service thread (A Matter of Security, Missions of Security, Security Threats) and co-edited 1637: The Coast of Chaos and A 1632 Christmas. A few years ago, he volunteered to help out and is now the managing editor of the Grantville Gazette. Please, ask him how you can write for the Grantville Gazette without having to read all fourteen million words first.

Bjorn lives near Laurel, Maryland and has worked as a military reenactor, a library page, a sports information director, a data manager, a registrar, and an academic advisor.


Day
Start
Location
Name of Event
Fri
1:00 PM
CC - Mtg Rm 3
"On Writing Alternate History"
Fri
5:00 PM
CC - Ballroom E
Opening Ceremonies
Fri
9:00 PM
CC - Mtg Rm 7
Reading: Dr. Joseph Meany & Bjorn Hasseler
Sat
11:00 AM
M - Tennessee River
Design a New Board Game from Scratch: 1632 / Ring of Fire
Sat
4:00 PM
M - Plaza Ballroom
Autograph Session: Teresa Howard, Bjorn Hasseler
Sat
6:30 PM
CC - Mtg Rms 9 & 10
Baen Reception - Private Event
Sun
10:00 AM
CC - Ballroom E
What's New in 1632 / Grantville Roundtable
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Security Threats

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Missions of Security

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A Matter of Security