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Mark Fults

Mark Fults

     Artist / Author

LibertyCon 7 Artist Guest of Honor (1993)

A native of Chattanooga, Mark Fults is a locally known Fantasy Ink artist, psychic, and ghost hunter. He did the very first logo art for LibertyCon in the 80's and he was proudly Artist Guest of Honor in 1993. Mark is currently revising his book Chattanooga Chills, a lifetime collection of well known and obscure ghost stories and local history of which he has sold over 400 copies so far. Also in production: "My mean old Grandma's good old Cookbook" and a Tarot set titled "The Veiled Unknown". He is also doing his own show with Stormline films on youtube called "Shadows Paranormal."

Scheduled Programming Events Featuring Mark Fults

Day Time Name of Event
Fri 05:00PM Opening Ceremonies
Opportunity to meet the LibertyCon Guests and Staff
Event
Centennial Theater
(60 min)
Fri 09:00PM Artist Meet & Greet
Did something catch your eye in the Art Show? This is a chance to meet the Artist and let them tell you about it. Don't forget to bid!
Fri 10:00PM Paranormal Activities Panel
Our panel of intrepid paranormal researchers and writers will talk about their latest endeavors. Paul Cagle (Mod.)
Sat 12:00PM Favorite Ghost Stories
Local Ghost Hunter Mark Fults will moderate this panel on favorite ghost stories both local and across the South.
Sat 08:00PM Reading: Jonathan Del Arroz & Mark Fults
Come out and have a seat as our author guests read passages of from their works.
Reading
American Train Car
(60 min)
Sun 10:00AM Autograph Session (Antonelli, Brown, Drake, Fults, Wandrey)
Autograph sessions will be located in the Dealer's Room. Authors will cycle through hourly, except for the author's that have their own tables who will be available when they are not scheduled in the program. Limit 5 books (if you bring more, get 5 signed and go to the back of the line.)
Sun 02:00PM Cooking Out of this World
Todd McCaffrey moderates this panel on the fine art and culinary peculiarities of Out of this World Cooking Literally and Figuratively. From real world recipes (like crepes) to blatant plugs (Anne McCaffreys anthology, Cooking Out of this World), to the real question of eating (and cooking) in space.