My name is Ebert and I review movies.  That’s Chuck Ebert before you get too excited.  I have a B.A. in Photography and Cinema from THE Ohio State University and an MLS from Kent State University. I’m currently a Collection Development Librarian for the Durham County Library in Durham, NC where I buy movies and music for the entire county.  I’m a life long film fan.

I am also a published science fiction writer.  My writing website is https://charlesebertwriter.wordpress.com/

 

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  1. 1 Vance Cunningham July 31, 2010 at 7:12 pm

    Chuck,

    Some libarians mentioned that you and Lisa Dendy are the science fiction experts for the Durham Libary. If you had not heard about this, I hope you would find it interesting.

    The North American Science Fiction Convention (NASFiC) comes to Raleigh Augst 5-8.

    More information:

    http://www.reconstructionsf.org/

    Some prominent authors plan to attend, and some may participate in panel discussions. Search the main page for “pocket program”.

    They recently published their single-day rates. You need not buy a weekend membership.

    Unfortunately, recently Connie Willis was removed from the guest list, due to poor health.

    Is this a good way to contact you?


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