INTERVIEW WITH ANDRE NORTON
PANELISTS: Moderator: Brad
Linaweaver, author and teacher;
Roger Schlobin, scholar and
bibliographer of Norton's works;
Ruth Kyle, author of the Andre
t Norton Concordance; Becky Peters,
LEE HOFFMAN, Tropicon
IF YOU'RE NOT A VIRGIN, DO YOU REALLY
WANT TO DRAW A UNICORN?
PREVUES OF COMING ATTRACTIONS
CRAIG MILLER, film publicist,
previews major movies coming
soon: THE THING (this time
really based on Campbell's "Who
Goes There?") and DARK CRYSTAL,
the muppetized fantasy based on
designs by Brian Froud.
10 p.m. (after banquet)
TAROT AND THE SUPERNATURAL
A view of science fiction fandom
from those who made it.
PANELISTS: Dave Kyle, Fred Pohl,
Rusty Hevelin, Charles N. Brown,
STOPPARD, cont. from p. 2
1976, and 1978; the Tony Award in
1976; and the Shakespeare Prize in
1979. Also writing regularly for
radio, television and film, he
received the Prix Italia in 1967
for the radio drama Albert's Bridge.
°f Travesties, the critic from
the London Times observed that "Tom
Stoppard is not the first man to
have noticed that Lenin, James
Joyce, and the Dadaist Tristan
Tzara were all living in Zurich
during the Great War. But what
other playwright, with these three
revolutionary figureheads to draw
on, would have chosen for his hero
a minor British consular official
called Henry Carr? . . . From this
obscure footnote to Ulysses Stoppard
has spun out a fantastically
elaborate web to snare three giants
in the same play."
The Monthly News Magazine of the
Fantasy and Science Fiction Field,
A MUST IN FT. LAUDERDALE
a WORLD FAMOUS
ARTISTS Sabrina Jarema, Gail Bennet
and Sarah Clemens discuss
symbolism and commercialism in
FADS FOR SALE
ARE SERIES NOVELS (and space
opera, sword & sorcery, etc.)
popular mostly because they're
PANELISTS: Robert Sheckley, Jean
Lorrah, ^fritz LeibePj, Joseph
CRITICS: GOOD OR BAD?
What kind of criticism does the
PANELISTS: James Gunn^ Eric
Rabkin, Gene Wolfe,"* Samuel
Delany, "TTlTTlam F.
HOW NOT TO STARVE WHILE WRITING SF
Some hints for those who are
PANELISTS: John Moressy (moderator),
William F. Wu, Jack Dann, Gary
ART AND STORY DEVELOPMENT
Coral Ballroom 2 p.m.
Can SF art stand alone? Is it
important, as illustration, to
perception of the story?
PANELISTS: Vincent DiFate, Frederik
Pohl, Ellen Datlow, David Kyle.
FANTASY THROUGH MUSIC
Fantasy and science fiction
elements in folk and rock music,
filk songs, etc.
PANELISTS: Edie Sterne (moderator),
Diana Gallagher, Tim Sullivan.
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