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Best place to get lost in local sci-fi and fantasy 

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To put it properly, Samuel Montgomery-Blinn is a damn maniac. He's a dad whose day job with computers we can barely comprehend, yet he still somehow manages to keep the most extensive record of local sci-fi, fantasy, and horror signings, readings, screenings, and publications in his online magazine Bull Spec. Plus, he gets out there, posting flyers so that people will show up to the events. How he does all this remains a mystery, but he's helped draw attention to some of the most overlooked creative minds in the state, bringing spec-fic fans together in a celebration of the fantastic. Maniac.

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