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Mythcon 48 GOHs Announced *and* CFP

Posted on March 7, 2017
by Lynn Maudlin


Mythcon 48 is pleased to announce that William Fliss, Archivist at the Marquette University Special Collections and Archives, and Laura Schmidt, Archivist at the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College, will be our Guests of Honor at this year's "All That Is Gold" celebration of the Mythopoeic Society's 50th anniversary. From the Society's inception, scholarship has been one of our primary foci so the selection of two outstanding scholars and archivists is particularly apt. The CALL FOR PAPERS is also available. Please visit the Mythcon 48 page for more details.

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