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LepreCon 33 Participants U thru Z

Come see and visit with all of this years
LepreCon 33 participants!


Scott Vaughn

Scott P. ‘Doc’ Vaughn is a local artist. He has turned his imaginings into a magazine (M&V) and a comic book (HERO-LORE). Between his daily life, and the attempt to begin this fledgling empire, he works freelance illustration and day jobs. His illustrations are primarily black and white. His influences include comic illustrators, pop and classical culture. Scott loves movies, music, Doctor Who, creativity and being with friends.

 

Doreen Webbert

Jim & Doreen Webbert are members of 2nd Fandom. Doreen got into fandom via the Apa route. She joined SAPS in 1959 and attended her 1st con at the WesterCon held in Bosie, ID. Doreen & Jim were Official Editors of Spectator Amateur Press Society for 6 years, and members for over 15 years. She had done programing for both LepreCon & Copper Con many times, and for NASFIC and Westercon. She was Co-Chair for the `93 Phoenix World Con bid, Co-Chair for the World Horror Convention in `94, and `98 , Vice Chair in 2004, and has done various other convention related work. She is the Asst. Supervisor for the Mineral & Jewelry Dept. for the AZ State Fair. And works as a volunteer at the Mineral Museum one day a week. And has many hobbies, jewelry making & design, knitting, crocheting, and sometimes painting. Doreen & Jim were both on the committee for the Seattle World Con in 1961 and have been honored as Fan GoHs at KublaKhan 10 & 20 in Nashville, TusCon 15, Copper Con 9, and Con/Fusion 1 in San Diego.

 

Jim Webbert

Jim & Doreen Webbert are members of 2nd Fandom. Jim started with WorldCon 8 in Portland Oregon. He was a reserve police man with the Seattle PD, spent 33 years in the Army Reserves (taught nuclear, biological, & chemical warfare), and was a chemist in real life. He is a gun and weapons specialis, shoots in competitions, loves model rockets & HO trains, and has almost as many books as a small library. Then there is the SF/F Art collection that got it's start around 1959, it could fill an art show .Jim as been the Art auctioneer for most of the LepreCons. He will do his best to squeeze every last cent out of the bidders. He has been at all but one or two LepreCons starting with the first. He has also auctioned at Copper Con, World Horror Con, Fantasy Con and several of the charity auctions at various conventions. Doreen & Jim were both on the committee for the Seattle World Con in 1961 and have been honored as Fan GoHs at KublaKhan 10 & 20 in Nashville, TusCon 15, Copper Con 9, and Con/Fusion 1 in San Diego.


Michelle M. Welch

http://www.sff.net/people/mmwelch/

Michelle's first novel, Confidence Game, was published in October 2003. The project grew out of almost fifteen years of work, and it is the fifth novel manuscript she wrote. The Bright and the Dark, her second novel, was released in August 2004. Her most recent novel, Chasing Fire, was released last fall. Prior to writing novels, she wrote short stories in a magical-realism style. She also has a background in music and has played various instruments with several musical groups. Her other works include a number of writings for the Society for Creative Anachronism and she has also written guest pieces for Michael A. Stackpole's online writing periodical The Secrets.


John Wheeler

http://members.aol.com/eocenepainting/me.htm

John is a member of both TARDIS and United Federation of Phoenix, and is best known locally for his face and body painting.

 

Lee Whiteside

http://www.sftv.org

Lee has been active in Arizona fandom since the mid 1980's and has chaired a LepreCon, two CopperCons and the 2006 Nebula Awards Weekend. He's been writing about science fiction and fantasy TV online and in ConNotations for over 15 years.


Randall Whitlock

http://members.cox.net/moirandalls/index.htm

Randall Whitlock is a registered geologist, and has worked mainly in meteoritics, education, and environmental assessment. He is also a semi-professional costumer and pattern designer. As an author, Randall has written articles on science, costume, and humor.

 

David Williams

http://europa.la.asu.edu/pgg/associates/members/williams/gw/index.htm

Dr. David A. Williams is a Faculty Research Associate in the Department of Geological Sciences at Arizona State University. He served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at ASU in 2001-2002, in which he cotaught Physical Geology and a graduate seminar in Planetary Volcanology. David is currently perfoming research in volcanology and planetary geology, with a focus on planetary mapping, geochemical, and remote sensing studies. He was involved with NASA's Magellan Mission to Venus and Galileo Mission to Jupiter. Dr. Williams is currently serving as an Associate Investigator on the European Space Agency's Mars Express mission, which has been mapping Mars for two years with its High Resolution Stereo Camera and now has started its Extended Mission. He is also involved in education/public outreach activities including giving talks to school and civic groups and developing educational materials.

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LepreCon 33
PO Box 26665 Tempe, AZ 85285
(480) 945-6890
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