Conventions

07/06/2019
  • Continuum 15 "Other Worlds" - Australian National SF Convention

    07/06/2019 - 10/06/2019  
    JASPER HOTEL, LOCATED AT 489 ELIZABETH ST, MELBOURNE VIC 3000.

    The 2019 Australian SF National Convention NatCon 58 will be Continuum 15 held in Melbourne June 7-10.
    Guests of Honour: Kate Elliott and Ken Liu.
    More information: <continuum.org.au>

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29/06/2019
  • Writing NSW Speculative Fiction Festival 2019

    29/06/2019
    On the grounds of Writing NSW in Callan Park, Sydney

    Writing NSW is excited to announce that our biennial Speculative Fiction Festival will be taking place on 29 June 2019! Speculative fiction author, editor and publisher, Keith Stevenson, will be the festival director.

    We’re looking for panel ideas and speakers that are as diverse as the literature itself. Your panel topics will delve into all aspects of creating speculative fiction narratives, and you’ll be an emerging or established writer, or an editor, publisher or agent working in the speculative fiction field.

    Apply through our application form before 11.59pm AEST on Sunday 9 December.

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15/08/2019
  • Worldcon Dublin 2019 — An Irish Worldcon

    15/08/2019 - 19/08/2019  
    The Convention Centre Dublin (CCD)

    Ireland has a rich tradition of storytelling. It is a land famous for its ancient myths and legends, great playwrights, award-winning novelists, innovative comics artists, and groundbreaking illustrators. It has a well established science fiction and fantasy fandom, and active gaming scene. Celebrating Ireland’s rich cultural heritage, contemporary creators and future directions at a World Science Fiction Convention in Dublin would be an honour.

    Ireland has been the home of many science fiction and fantasy writers. Historically, Bram Stoker, Lord Dunsany, Flann O’Brien and Sinéad de Valera are among our ranks, through to more recent authors such as Eoin Colfer and Kate Thompson. Anne McCaffrey and Harry Harrison have joined those who have made Ireland their home.

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