Smith and Bieser do ComicFest Denver!
Rocky Mountain-region comics fans, mark your calendars for April 17-19Denver is getting a brand new, 3-day comics convention this Spring!
ComicFest is one of three components of a ramped-up StarFest, a science fiction event that has been around since 1998. 2009 will be the first year that the comics industry is to be included in the festivities, and Big Head Press will be there to help inaugurate what is to become the Mountain West's premier annual comics event.
Big Head Press will be bringing writers Mike Baron (Nexus, Badger, The Architect), and L. Neil Smith (The Probability Broach; Roswell, Texas; Timepeeper) and artists Scott Bieser (The Probability Broach; Roswell, Texas; Odysseus The Rebel) and Lee Oaks! (Black Ice, Escape From Terra) to greet fans and autograph books.
ComicFest is being held at the Hilton Garden InnDTC, located just off of Interstate 25 on Belleview. For more info go to the ComicFest page on the StarFest website, or call 303-777-6800.
Be there or be ... somewhere else, I guess.
ON A SIMILAR NOTE, Scott and I will be in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 9-11, at the Bally Las Vegas, to attend FreedomFest, which has been described as the world's largest gathering of free minds, the "Trade Show for Liberty", an intellectual feast in a fun town, and "three glorious days of great ideas, great books, and great thinkers." Two of those great mindsSmith and Bieserwill be there selling several of those great books. We'll have more information for you as the date approaches.
Thanks for "listening",
L. Neil Smith
Publisher and Senior Columnist
The Libertarian Enterprise
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