Codex Silenda

Who doesn’t like a good puzzle? How about a good book? What about a puzzle that is also a book? That’s right, someone invented a book with locked pages, and you have to solve the puzzles to proceed to the next page.

Magic Realism Film on Kickstarter–Interview

A missing father, a nameless groom and a reincarnated cat. What do these things have in common? They’re all characters in a magic realism film being made in Kansas City later this year, and currently in its third week of Kickstarter funding. Please welcome producer and author  Rachel Greene, also known by her pen name […]

Obduction Release

In 1993 a little game called Myst changed the world. Created by two brothers in their garage, it stayed the best selling game for ten years and garnered four sequels, three novels, and more rumours about a movie than anything can keep up with any more. The last game in the Myst franchise was released in […]

Masquerade at WorldCon!

“A fabulous show!” – A Judge The 74th WorldCon Masquerade took place on August 19th at MidAmeriConII in Kansas City. The costume contest was one of the highlights of the weekend and was conducted according to ICG guidelines. Costumes were judged in two categories. The workmanship category is concerned only with how a costume is […]

Doug Van Belle–East of the Sun

We’re on our final week of East of the Sun! Have you had fun? What did you enjoy the most? Would you like to see more programs like this in the future? Give us your feedback by filling out our survey! If you were registered to win one of our prize packets, now is the […]

Pandoracon 2016 Session – Loki: God of Mischief

Loki: God of Mischief Presented by Katie Lynn Daniels & Nicole Marker Everything you never knew you didn’t know about everyone’s favorite trickster.

Oceania (And Everywhere Else)

We’re in the last week of East of the Sun! If you registered with us in June, now is the time to finish up those reading lists and make sure everything is in order. I’ll be emailing you next week to get them sent in, and announce who came out with the most points! Meanwhile, […]

Interview with Rachel Aaron–East of the Sun

This week, please welcome author Rachel Aaron for a discussion of how she uses North and South American mythology in her urban fantasy series about anthropomorphic feathered dragons. It’s sounds adorable, but has nearly Jim Butcher levels of intensity and pain. “No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished” is the third book in the series, and comes […]

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