Authors, we need your help!

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StoryCon is a convention laser focused on helping readers find their next great read and we need your help!

StoryCon will be running eighteen panels during our convention, and if you are an author local to the Pacific Northwest, we want you to help us fill them with fantastic content.

We need reader focused panels in the following areas:

  • Romance
  • Thriller
  • Fantasy
  • Science Fiction
  • Contemporary Fiction
  • YA
  • Historical Fiction
  • Humor Fiction
  • Graphic Novels
  • Mystery

If you are a writer and can contribute to one of these areas, sign up for the mailing list and watch this site. On or about June 1st we will open up for panel proposals with a full guide to our requirements.

For now, just remember the panel topics should be reader focused. We are not a writers convention, and we don’t want our panels to become writers talking shop. These panels are designed to allow readers to connect with authors and pick out great books to read.

Also, panels need to create an audience. A successful panel will have some kind of a draw, either by topic or people on the panel.

If you want to know more about our convention and what it’s about, you can check out the tabs across the banner at the top of the screen.

 

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About erikwecks

Erik Wecks is a full time writer and blogger living in Vancouver, Washington. He is an author of both non-fiction and fiction, as has been a contributor to the GeekDad blog on Wired.com and LitReactor.com. He writes on a wide range of topics. When not waxing poetic on various aspects of fiscal responsibility, he tends toward the geeky. When not poised over the keyboard, Erik loves to spend time with his family. He is married to an angel, Jaylene, who has taught him more than anyone else about true mercy and compassion. They are the parents of three wonderful girls. As a group they like swimming at the local pool, gardening, reading aloud, playing piano, and beating each other soundly at whatever table top game is handy.
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