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Rev. Chris AddottaSmith

Familiar to many, Chris has been around the Va. convention circuit for about 20 years. She attended SheVaCon when it was in Staunton. Then she moved to the peninsula and found MarsCon. She became ConSuite Co-Chair for many years. She

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James Iagulli

James is a born collector. From games to action figures He’s seen a lot and is willing to share his experience with like minded people.

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John “Grizzy” Grzywacz

“John “Grizzy” Grzywacz, Professor Emeritus – OSHA National Training Institute oshaprofessor.com oshaprofessor@yahoo.com 847-436-7745 “Grizzy”, as he likes to be called has been recognized by OSHA’s National Office in Washington D.C. as both a National Electrical Code (NEC®) historian as well

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Declan Finn

Declan Finn is the author of books ranging from thrillers to urban fantasy to SciFi. This most popular of these books includes the 2016 Dragon Award nominated novel for Best Horror, Honor at Stake: Welcome to New York City, where

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Declan Finn

Declan Finn is the author of books ranging from thrillers to urban fantasy to SciFi. This most popular of these books includes the 2016 Dragon Award nominated novel for Best Horror, Honor at Stake: Welcome to New York City, where

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Jenny Hendrix

Dimensional Riffs is a nerd rock band that was born from a joke at RavenCon last year. Our members include Jenny Hendrix as the lead singer and former member of Paradox Machine. Chuck Parker is lead guitarist and is the

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Dave Lee

David Lee is the principal artist at Hatton Cross Steampunk, located in Gloucester Virginia. David’s Steampunk art has been featured in numerous art exhibits such as “Steampunk Bizarre Exhibit” with Dr. Grymm and has had exhibits in Steampunk conventions, festivals

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Sean CW Korsgaard

Soldier, scholar, writer and freelancer, Sean CW Korsgaard is a US Army veteran, award-winning journalist, and freelance writer. As a reporter, Sean has had articles published in more than a dozen newspapers across Virginia, including the Richmond Times-Dispatch, The Progress-Index,

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Jim McDonald

James McDonald has consulted for dozens of clients from startups to Fortune 100 organizations on designing and implementing transformative technologies over twenty-five years. In addition to consulting, he speaks on futurism and coming disruptive technologies and their impact on businesses

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Joshua LeHuray

Joshua LeHuray is the author of Virginians Will Dance or Die! The Importance of Music in Pre-Revolutionary Williamsburg, as well as an adjunct history instructor at Rappahannock Community College and an educator at the American Civil War Museum in Richmond.

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