So I want to tell you about a really cool event happening next week. It’s called Imaginarium and it’s a writing convention unlike any other.
So why should you go?
If you’re a writer, you’re going to get information you won’t get anywhere else:
We have full panel tracks that deal with the writing process, marketing, business, getting published, genre discussions, writing for comic books, and writing for film. We also have workshops you can take to really learn the topic you’re interested in. In total, we have over 140 panels and workshops dedicated to the art and business of writing.
There will be a good number of publishers there.
There are a lot of authors at different levels to talk to.
If you’re a reader, you are going to be around a lot of amazing authors with books that you will love. All genres, all types.
If you’re just looking to hang out, there will be a film festival and a masquerade.
And you can go all weekend for a $55 pass. $25 dollars will get you in the door for a day.
Guest-wise we have Rose Pressey, author of more paranormal-themed books than I can list in a blog post. We have Maurice Broaddus, who’s been published with Weird Tales, Cemetery Dance, Issac Asimov’s Science Fiction, Apex Books, and Angry Robot. We have Jeffery Reddick, creator of the Final Destination film series. And Dan Jolley will be there – if you’re into comics and gaming, or interested in writing for either, you’ll want to talk to him.
Plus, there will be many, many other author guests with input about writing and fantastic titles to check out.
So why should you go to Imaginarium?
Why shouldn’t you?
You can access the main site here
Info on panels and workshops can be found either using the tabs off the main site or here
Imaginarium will be at the Crowne Plaza (Louisville Airport) Sept 19-21.
See you there!