2023 MileHiCon 55 confirmed participants. Please check back as this will be regularly updated until the weekend of the convention!

Mario Acevedo

Mario Acevedo is the author of the national bestselling Felix Gomez vampire-detective series, plus Cats In Quarantine, University of Doom, and numerous short stories.

Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson. Adventurer, wizard, bovine hypnotist, billionaire playboy…these are all things he would like to be someday if/when he grows up. In the meantime, he works as a software dev by day. By night, he has released several videogames and currently writes fiction under the pen name Tanner Howsden. Additionally,

Amy Armstrong (She/Her/Hers)

Amy Armstrong is a psychotherapist by day and a writer by night. She loves true crime, wine, and dogs. When she isn’t writing her own material or helping people with life stressors, she serves as a reader for The Masters Review and hosts a virtual open mic called Stories Live!

John Barnes (he/him, they/them)

John Barnes published 33 books between 1987 and 2013; mostly SF but also fantasy, men’s action adventure, and mainstream YA. He has gotten paid for college teaching, business statistics, business semiotics consulting, magazine editing, sales/marketing/advertising, data science, and pretty much anything people legally do in a theater. Besides fiction he

Rose Beetem (she/her)

Rose Beetem is the last fan standing who has attended all the MileHiCons (including MiniCons and OctoCon). A founding member of the Denver Area Science Fiction Association (DASFA) and a generalist fan with an addiction to con organizing, she has been on the MHC con com most years since she

Dee Beetem

SF fan, one of the founding members of DASFA, sister of Rose Beetem, old Trekkie, RPG gamemistress, now living in Houston Texas.

Dana Bell (she/her)

Owned by two cats, Taj and Esther, Dana Bell writes her tales starring felines, including Angel tigers often set in places she’s lived or visited. Settled in her Colorado home, she works a day job and enjoys life.

Carol Berg (she/her)

Carol Berg, former software engineer, never expected to write eighteen novels. Nor did she expect to win the Colorado Book Award four times or hear that her books had been read on the slopes of Denali, in the war zone of Iraq, or underneath the Mediterranean. She certainly never thought