Raulston Hunsinger

If I had grown up in another era, I would have been one of the kids with the sling shot in his back pocket, slouch cap, and trailing dog running along a dirt track trying to find glass cola bottles to exchange for nickels so I could go catch the matinee. I have been in […]

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Derrick Ferguson

Derrick Ferguson was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and has lived there for most of his life. He worked security for many years at a various establishments before retiring to take care of his health and dedicate his life to his true passion: writing and sharing exciting stories “I’ve been writing as long as […]

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Ellie Raine

When she’s not adventuring in her dreams, Ellie Raine is half awake and conjuring fantastical quests of scythes, sorcery and battle-clad wonder. Fueled by passion fruit tea and coffee-bean concoctions, her stories and poems are as real to her as the physical plane she wanders through when her stomach demands it. She’s a lover of […]

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HC Playa

HC Playa is a writer, mad scientist, wife, mother, and an animal wrangler. Rumor has it if she’s not elbow deep in fantastical worlds, you’ll probably find her hunched over a microscope or dodging chickens as she digs in the dirt, coaxing plants to grow. In regards to fandoms, she’s polyamorous, but Star Trek was […]

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Christopher Chambers

Christopher Chambers is a Washington, D.C. native and a Professor of Media Studies at Georgetown University. Professor Chambers writes for the Huffington Post and TheRoot.com and is an analyst on SiriusXM Radio channel 127. He is the author of Rocket Crockett and the Shanghai She Devil, and a contributor to Black Pulp I & II […]

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Jimmy Gillentine

Jimmy Gillentine grew up with a fondness for horror, science fiction and fantasy flavored with the southern tang of his native Memphis. His debut novella, Of Blood and the Moon, was first published in 2009 and was a finalist for the Darrell Award. Other publications include a short story titled “Fifteen-Minute Break” in the annual […]

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The Week in Geek

David Bio: Host of the Week in Geek, Author, Pseudo-Celebrity, Gamer (Paper & Pencil), Live-Action Role-Player, Xbox Enthusiast, History Lover, and Father. A lifelong resident of New Orleans that has been involved in Southern Fandom since his first convention at the tender age of 15. Over the past 10 years his highly controversial alter-ego JOE […]

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Ernest Russell

I have written for Pro Se Productions, Beyond the Threshold Studios and Violet Windows. Some of my favorite things, (besides coffee), are Science Fiction, Horror, Steampunk, Fantasy, and History.  Vincent Price, Jules Verne and H.P. Lovecraft. When I’m not writing, I have plenty of hobbies to keep me busy. These are a pretty eclectic set […]

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Herika R. Raymer

Herika R. Raymer grew up consu ming books – first by eating  them, later by reading them. Her mother taught her the valu e of focus and hard work while  her father encouraged her  love literature and art; so she has  been writing and doodling off  and on for over 30 years. Aft er much encouragement, Mrs. Rayme r finally published a few  short stories and has develope d a taste for it. She continues to  send submissions, sometimes  with success, and has finally published a collection of stories in the w orks. She was the Assistant Editor for a  science fiction magazine and Lead Editor for a horror m agazine, and now does freelance editing for other authors. A participant of the voluntary w riter/artist/musician cooperat ive known as Imagicopter, Heri ka R. Raymer attends a few conventions annually as a writer/editor guest. She is married with two children and a dog in West Ten nessee, USA. Her […]

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Author Marie Beau

 Marie Beau currently lives in the New Orleans Metro area, and her day job is fifth grade gifted teacher. She is also a member of the most awesome fifth grade teaching team ever. (That opinion might be slightly biased though.) She writes short stories and poetry. Her poems have been published in The Voice’s Project, […]

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Alexander S. Brown

Alexander S. Brown is a Mississippi author who was published in 2008 with his first book Traumatized.  Reviews for this short story collection were so favorable that it has been released as a special edition by Pro Se Press.  Brown is a co-editor/coordinator with the Southern Haunts anthologies published by Seventh Star Press.  His horror novel […]

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Cosplay Guests: ChrisCross Cosplay and Doll Face Cosplay

Skull Heart Studios (Made up of Dollface Cosplay and ChrisCross Cosplay) is an award winning and sponsored Cosplay and prop making duo residing in Tennessee. With over a decade of experience between them, they have mastered numerous mediums (sewing, foam-smithing, graphic design, painting, sculpting, 3-D modeling/Printing etc.) to help them progress in the world of […]

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Cosplay Guest: Kan Stelar

Kan Stelar is an up-and-coming cosplayer and professional costume technician hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. She has worked for various theatre companies such as Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Verge Theatre Company, and Woven, and also has experience working various film sets. Kan currently studies costume design & technology at Belmont University. Most known for her Undyne the […]

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Marc Tyler Nobleman

Marc Tyler Nobleman is the author of books including Bill the Boy Wonder: The Secret Co-Creator of Batman (which inspired the unprecedented Hulu documentary Batman & Bill), Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman (which made the front page of USA Today), Brave Like My Brother, and The Chupacabra Ate the Candelabra. Marc has been invited to speak from Thailand to Tanzania and blogs at Noblemania. […]

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Pixels & Papers Podcast

Derek and Ernie, the co-hosts of Pixels & Papers, have been friends for nearly seven years and bonded over a mutual love of video games, horror movies, podcasting, and tabletop games. They started Pixels & Papers after several long late night conversations that they were having after their regularly scheduled game nights were getting canceled. […]

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Jeremy Shada

Shada began acting at the age of seven soon after moving to Los Angeles with his family. He was inspired to act by his older brother Zack Shada, who had begun acting himself. Shada initially appeared in commercials. Later on, he began auditioning for voice acting and theatrical performances, taking the advice from a voice […]

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Tanya Vandesteeg

Tanya Vandesteeg’s journey into the paranormal began at a young age when her family moved frequently and she soon found interest in searching out the local haunted legends. This hobby quickly turned into a serious passion as she continued to search and explore for answers to the unknown. Tanya is now an avid paranormal investigator and […]

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Stephen Guenther

Stephen Guenther has been interested in the paranormal for as long as he can remember. He has investigated with groups in Tennessee, California and Louisiana. Stephen is currently co-founder, lead investigator and event manager of MidSouth Paranormal Society, a Memphis paranormal investigation group and regional TAPS Family affiliate. He is host of the Historical Haunts […]

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August 27, 2014

David Bio: Host of the Week in Geek, Author, Pseudo-Celebrity, Gamer (Paper & Pencil), Live-Action Role-Player, Xbox Enthusiast, History Lover, and Father. A lifelong resident of New Orleans that has been involved in Southern Fandom since his first convention at the tender age of 15. Over the past 10 years his highly controversial alter-ego JOE […]

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Allan Gilbreath

Allan Gilbreath denies that he was raised by wolves, but still enjoys quiet moonlit evenings. He is an accomplished skeptic, cook, gardener, computer geek, martial artist, and avid student of arcane knowledge. Allan is also a nationally recognized and award-winning author, publisher, speaker, and instructor.

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Kimberly Richardson

After being found as an infant crawling among old and dusty books in an abandoned library, Kimberly Richardson grew up to be an eccentric woman with a taste for listening to dark cabaret music while drinking tea, reading books in every genre, and writing stories that cause people to make the strangest faces.

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Robert J. Krog

Robert J. Krog is a native of Memphis, TN, where he resides with his wife and children. He has been writing fiction since childhood but only started making serious forays into getting published in the last twelve years or so.

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Tommy Hancock

Steeped in pulp magazines, old radio shows, and all things of that era’s pop culture, Tommy Hancock lives in Arkansas with his wonderful wife and three children and obviously not enough to do. He is Partner in and Editor in Chief for Pro Se Productions, is an organizer of the New Pulp Movement, works as […]

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J L Mulvihill

J.L. Mulvihill has made Mississippi her home for the past sixteen years and a Clinton resident for ten of those years. Her debut novel was the young adult title The Lost Daughter of Easa, an engaging fantasy novel bordering on science-fiction with a dash of Steampunk, published through Dark Oak Press in 2011. The sequel […]

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NEW VIDEO: Interview with Filmmaker Craig Brewer

Now even Hollywood is talking about the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Conventions Geek 101 program! Recently Craig Brewer, the Director of Footloose and Hustle and Flow had the opportunity to visit one of our “Storytelling in Comics and Film” Summer Camps. Check out this short interview to hear what he had to say.

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Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention

Excited? So are we! Reserve your MCFC Passes today:

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Josh Mason

Joshua Daniel Mason is a young independent film maker from Tennessee. He is the owner of Mason Studios and it’s subsidiary effects company, Masonite Effects.

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Leonardo Ramirez

      Leonardo Ramirez is a husband, a father, a Karate instructor with a 3rd degree black belt, and a writer. His first graphic novel, Haven, is a supernatural Young Adult story centered on an ancient war between the Dante family and the nine circles of hell. Haven of Dante takes readers much deeper into […]

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