Petrea Mitchell

mitchell petreaA mild-mannered computer programmer by day, Petrea Mitchell is also a lifelong fan of science fiction in all its forms. The first anime she ever saw was the Daicon III promo, and one of her proudest moments as a fan was being a staff member for the 2007 Worldcon in Yokohama, which was run by some of the same people as Daicon III.

Mitchell also contributes to Con News and irregularly publishes Picofarad, The Zine of Little Capacity. Her ultimate fannish dream involves being able to go to a convention every weekend for a full year.

 

 

 

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