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Heinlein Society at sf/f Conventions

LosCon 30: November 28-30, 2003, Burbank, California


The Heinlein Society LosCon flier in PDF

Support the Blood Drive -- Friday 12:30 to 6:30 PM Academy Six Blood Donors will receive a free raffle ticket to the drawing for a copy of For Us, The Living

Charity Fundraiser!! Raffle tickets for an advance copy of For Us, The Living $5.00 or make a blood donation. Buy at the fan table, or from any officer of The Heinlein Society  

Special Reading of For Us, The Living in The Heinlein Society Suite Friday at 7:30 PM, sharp! ask for the room number at the fan table -- the usual refreshments -- Buy your raffle tickets now!!!

 

Another Panel -- Brought to you by the Programming Staff of LosCon30 -- Don’t Miss It, Either!

"The Heinlein Maneuver: …"

Room: Vine A, 11:30 AM, Sunday

Brad Linaweaver, J. Neil Schulman, Bill Patterson, and perhaps one or two who have been scheduled, but we haven’t been able to find out who they are.

Brad Linaweaver is a writer, author, and playwright with numerous credits, well-known to local SF fans, and editor of The Heinlein Journal. Bill Patterson is the former President of The Heinlein Society, publisher of The Heinlein Journal, and Heinlein Scholar at the University of California, Santa Cruz, special collections library, where the Heinlein Estate archives now repose. He is writing a forthcoming biography of Robert Heinlein. J. Neil Schulman is an author, editor, reporter and publisher, well know to local SF fans, and leapt to notice in 1973 when he conducted The Robert Heinlein Interview.

Don’t Forget to Check Out Early from Your Room for this One!  

One of the Finest Panels We Can Bring You and a Group of Panelists We Are Honored to Present -- Don’t Miss It!

Heinlein: "Bringing It to Stage and Screen"

Room: The Heinlein Suite - - Friday, immediately after the For Us, The Living reading, at about 8:00 PM

Michael Cassutt, Alec lorio, Aleta Jackson, and perhaps a guest panelist or two who might wander in looking for free cheese and wine

Michael Cassutt is a writer-director with numerous screen credits and a frequently published author of SF and other works. Alec Iorio is a former teacher of theatre arts, stage actor, playwright, and director. Aleta Jackson, of X-Cor Aerospace, formerly of the L-5 Society, is well known in the SF community. If you have seen her presentations on their behalf, you’ll have no doubt why she is participating in this effort.

The Heinlein Society LosCon flier in PDF


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The Heinlein Society was founded by Virginia Heinlein on behalf of her husband, science fiction author Robert Anson Heinlein, to "pay forward" the legacy of Robert A. Heinlein to future generations of "Heinlein's Children."