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Saturday, October 19 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
All Good Things Must Come to An End

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When it comes to a long-running SFF series, few things are more divisive than its grand finale. Mass Effect, the Avengers, and Game of Thrones all went out with a controversial bang. After all that anticipation, is there a way to make sure the fans are satisfied, rather than disappointed? And considering Rise of Skywalker is next on the roster, what's the best way to give a good story the ending it deserves?

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Adam Shaftoe

Critic, author, podcast personality, workforce development practicioner, not-for-profit manager
Adam Shaftoe writes reviews, essays, and fiction. His essays and reviews have previously appeared in On-Spec Magazine, Jamais Vu - The Journal of the Strange Among the Familiar, and Onder Magazine. His current labours include a novella-length review of Cowboy Bebop, because the world... Read More →

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S.M. Carrière

When S.M. Carrière isn't brutally killing your favourite characters, she spends her time teaching martial arts, live streaming video games, and cuddling her cats. In other words, she spends her time teaching others to kill, streaming her digital kills, and cuddling furry murdere... Read More →
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Luke R. J. Maynard

Founding Director, Cynehelm Press
Dr. Luke R. J. Maynard is a writer, poet, scholar, lapsed medievalist, musician, and wearer of sundry other hats in the arts & letters. Born in London, Ontario, he received his PhD in English Literature from the University of Victoria and his JD from the University of Toronto's Faculty... Read More →
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Sylvain Neuvel

Sylvain Neuvel dropped out of high school at age 15. Along the way, he has been a journalist, worked in soil decontamination, sold ice cream in California, and peddled furniture across Canada. He received a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Chicago. He taught linguistics... Read More →

Saturday October 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm EDT
Salon D - 20 seats