Four Colorado authors of paranormal, fantasy, and science fiction are scheduled to take part in “Bringing the Weird and Dead to Life: A Paranormal Author Panel” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, at Front Range Community College.

Members of the panel, which will take place in the Café Bistro Rotunda, are:

  • Carrie Vaughn, author of the Kitty Norville series and a nominee for a Hugo Award for short story.
  • Stephen Graham Jones, a Blackfeet Native American author of “Mongrels” and other experimental fiction, horror fiction, crime fiction, and science fiction.
  • Mario Acevedo, author of the Felix Gomez series.
  • Molly Tanzer author of literary fantasy, horror, and science fiction. Her debut novel, “Vermilion,” was an NPR and io9 Best Book of 2015.

Admission is free. The campus is at 3645 W. 112th Ave., Westminster.

The event is sponsored by the English and Communication Department and Student Life at the Westminster Campus and by the Westminster Public Library.

The Boulder Bookstore will sell autographed copies of the authors’ books.


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