ROSWELL, GA, March 19, 2012—JordanCon is proud to announce that it is being recognized by the Mayo Clinic for its continued support of the clinic’s research on amyloidosis. The Mayo Clinic will be adding JordanCon to their electronic registration kiosks in their Hall of Benefactors.
We need LOTS of volunteers this year to help make JordanCon a success!! Email me at email@example.com to get on the list and sign up for some hours. If you only have 2 hours or 10, we would love to have you!! Ask me about great prizes and perks for Volunteering.... I won't put you to work as a slave for nothing!!! -Kristy
Penny Dreadful Productions is an Atlanta based conceptual design and physical production company bringing the world's creative needs to life. PDP encompasses many disciplines of art all under one roof- including Conceptual Design, Special Makeup and Prosthetics, Specialty Props, Costumes and Specialty Costuming, Public Art and Display, and much more.
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Toni Weisskopf succeeded Jim Baen as publisher of Baen Books, a leading publisher of sf and fantasy, in 2006. She has worked with such authors as David Weber, David Drake, Lois McMaster Bujold, Eric Flint, John Ringo, Sarah A. Hoyt, Larry Corriea, and many others. With Josepha Sherman she compiled and annotated the definitive volume of subversive children’s folklore, Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts, published by August House.
Journalist and writer Emilie P. Bush has written two Steampunk novels. Her first, Chenda and the Airship Brofman, was a "ripping good yarn!" and the tale was a 2010 Semi-finalist for the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award. New this year, The Gospel According to Verdu picks up the epic tale where Chenda left off - high in the skies. Coming in Spring of 2012, Emilie P. Bush teams up with illustrator William Kevin Petty for the first ever children's Steampunk picture book : Her Majesty's Explorer: a Steampunk bedtime story.
The auction may be over, but the drawing is still going strong. We've raised over $26,000 this way. Make sure your friends know there's still time to pitch in.
Add in the auction total, and we're at $31K right now. Enough for many, many JordanCon's to come.
- Jennifer L.