Missoula's Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention

MisCon 32: May 25 - 28, 2018 Missoula, Montana

H Martin Cox (Dameon)

MisCon 32 Panel Volunteer

Mr. Cox grew up in Atlanta, Georgia before joining the United States Air Force, and served in Texas, France and Germany. He worked with large mainframe computers, and became a real estate broker before he obtained a nursing degree and practiced as a Registered Nurse. He then began to write and stated he found it more satisfying than his previous endeavors. Finding Fantasy most interesting, intriguing, and rewarding, he currently is working on two series: The Zenith Series and Path of the Flame. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona.

Mr. Cox grew up in Atlanta, Georgia before joining the United States Air Force, and served in Texas, France and Germany. He worked with large mainframe computers, and became a real estate broker before he obtained a nursing degree and practiced as a Registered Nurse. He then began to write and stated he found it more satisfying than his previous endeavors. Finding Fantasy most interesting, intriguing, and rewarding, he currently is working on two series: The Zenith Series and Path of the Flame. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona.

Web site: http://www.dameoncox.com

Scheduled Panels and Presentations:

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(Tentative)

  • panel Sat 1:00 - 1:50 PM, Queers in Comics, Rocket Tent (1)
    Moderator: William C. Riley; Panelists: H Martin Cox (Dameon), John Logan, William C. Riley

    Representation matters. Comics give both original queer characters and reimagined pre-existing character a space to flourish, but what about the transition to the big screen? Come join us as we discuss our favorite characters, hetero-washing, and why this medium means so much to LGBTQ fans.

  • Break Sat 1:50 - Sat 3:00
  • panel Sat 3:00 - 3:50 PM, Writing LGBT Characters in the Post-Patriarchy, Monster Tent (1)
    Moderator: William C. Riley; Panelists: H Martin Cox (Dameon), Alisha Knaff

    Genre fiction - be it television, movies, comics, or books - has seen a tremendous increase in the number of LGBT characters. Is this a natural maturation of the writing process, or a conscious decision in the name of diversity? Our panelists will discuss their own LGBT characters, and how these characters came to be included in the narrative.

  • panel Sat 4:00 - 4:50 PM, Spotlight: Carre, Kay, Cox, Spotlight
    Panelists: Brenda Carre, H Martin Cox (Dameon), Elliott Kay

    Meet a few of our authors, get signatures, and see what they're up to these days.