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With me, that is. I'll be on a panel in L.A. at USC at 11:30AM on Thursday, Feb. 26 as part of a symposium; go here for the complete program. Then on Saturday, Feb. 28 in San Francisco I'll be at Wondercon where I'll be part of the panel exercise in "nostalgia-porn" entitled "It Came From 1979"; I'm not in the program but I'm assured I'll be part of it. FSM/Intrada/Percepto art director Joe Sikoryak will be there too. Come say hi.

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Lukas,

Do you know if SAE or any other vendor at Wondercon will be selling FSM cds? I remember a few years ago FSM was selling cds at San Diego Con. Looking forward to the panel.


I don't know if any other vendors might have our CDs but we will not have a table at Wondercon, sorry.

Lukas

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