Shore Leave 41.5: The Virtual Experience continues!
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Shore Leave 41.5.2, August 8, 2020
- 1:00 Gaming Panel
(sponsored by Balticon)
- 2:30 Masquerade Post-Mortem
Did you miss the Masquerade? Want to watch it again? Check it out on
the Shore Leave masquerade page.
- 4:00 The Message: Using Your Voice, Part 2
Andrew Hiller, Heather E. Hutsell, Paul Kupperberg, Derek Attico, Rigel Ailur
Stories have always been used to teach lessons, wrestle with problems, and address taboo subjects. Today, how does art function as a forum for discussion or introducing ideas particularly in science fiction? What responsibility do artists have when it comes to using their voice?
(Did you miss Part 1 of this panel? Need to refresh yourself on what came before?
Check out Part 1.)
Shore Leave 41.5.3, August 22, 2020
- 1:00 Marc Okrand
(sponsored by Farpoint)
Join us for the opportunity to talk with Marc Okrand, professional linguist and creator of the Klingon language. If you've ever heard Shakespeare the way it was meant to be spoken, thank Marc. He's the man who taught the Klingons their own language and inspired linguists all over the galaxy.
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