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Mythcon 40 - Sailing the Seas of Imagination

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Mythcon 40 - “Sailing the Seas of Imagination”

17 -20 July, 2009UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Author Guest of Honor: James A. Owen, author of The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica (Here, There Be Dragons,The Search for the Red Dragon,and The Indigo King).

He is also the creator of the independent comic book Starchild.

Author's website

The Mythopoeic Society is dedicated to the study of  JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, Charles Williams, the Inklings, and general fantasy. Mythcon, the Society’s annual conference, takes place over a weekend, Friday afternoon through Monday morning, with papers and panels, Art Show, Dealers’ Room, and good talk and fun. The Mythopoeic Awards are presented at the Banquet on Sunday evening.

Call for Papers:

Mythcon 40 seeks papers on the Conference theme, especially on all aspects of the creative process in the Inklings’ works; on the work of the Guests of Honor, young adult fantasy and science fiction, and the concept of artists and writers in community; and on seaborne imagery, especially the motif of sailing to unknown lands.   Please send abstracts to: Sherwood Smith, 5072 Kingscross Rd., Westminster, CA 92683, USA; Este endereço de email está sendo protegido de spambots. Você precisa do JavaScript ativado para vê-lo. The deadline for submissions is 15 April, 2009.

Membership Rates:

$65 for Mythopoeic Society Members, $75 for non-members, children under 12 free. On 16 May rates will increase to $70 for Members, $80 for non-members.

Room & Board: Mythcon 40 will be held in the DeNeve Plaza Conference Center of the University of California at Los Angeles, California.

Please consult the Mythcon website for Room & Board packages and rates.

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