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Thrilling Wonder Tales

These photographs are from the Speculative Literature Foundation event in San Francisco on May 20th, 2004.

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Jeff Vandermeer wasn't there, but he sent a friend to watch.


We had a good crowd, around 75 to 80 people.


Jeremy Smith has a clipboard and knows how to use it.


Charlie Andres did a wonderful job as MC.


Carter Scholz introduces us to "The Catastrophe Machine".


Terry Bisson explains the awfulness of lifeforms made of meat.


The panel meditates upon Jeremy's questions.


Michael Chabon explains just how narrow minded some mainstream literary people can be.




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