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Austin Grossman let us know how it really feels to be a supervillain trying to take over the world. Jason Roberts told how he came to write about blind nineteenth-century traveler James Holman, and enlarged our appreciation of 1830s surgical techniques. Sean Beaudoin delivered hard-boiled pulp neo-noir from his work Render James Is Dead. Christy Chan explored the continuation of the conversations between God and Margaret into middle-age. Jaynel Attolini read a poignant archeological analysis of the toothbrushes left behind in her apartment by ex-boyfriends, standing in for Sylvia Brownrigg who was unfortunately unable to attend.