Is there a single source, or spreadsheet, showing the dates of each con, what it costs for space, and so on? That would make planning a hell of a lot easier.

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Nope, I post them as I get them here:
http://blacksciencefictionsociety.com/events

There is also a link to see previous events there. I use that to plan for the next yr.

As far as a single source, none that I can think of...noting specific to sci fi and comic cons. But, there ARE outlets on the web that are available that list book fairs, festivals, and comic cons. It will take a bit of digging, though.

I create my own listing that I distribute via email for my networking group the, Universal Africana Literary Arts Movement. That, I distribute seasonally...

I'd love to see that list if I could. It might be a great place to start.

Kevin Sabio said:

As far as a single source, none that I can think of...noting specific to sci fi and comic cons. But, there ARE outlets on the web that are available that list book fairs, festivals, and comic cons. It will take a bit of digging, though.

I create my own listing that I distribute via email for my networking group the, Universal Africana Literary Arts Movement. That, I distribute seasonally...

God knows I'm a whiz with spreadsheets. Maybe, after the first of the year, we should look into compiling one. Could even make it an updatable web page if you like.

Jarvis Sheffield - Admin said:

Nope, I post them as I get them here:
http://blacksciencefictionsociety.com/events

There is also a link to see previous events there. I use that to plan for the next yr.

I will post the events we plan to attend for 2017 tonight.

Thanks. That will be a great start.

Jarvis Sheffield - Admin said:

I will post the events we plan to attend for 2017 tonight.

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Bill McCormick said:

I'd love to see that list if I could. It might be a great place to start.

Kevin Sabio said:

As far as a single source, none that I can think of...noting specific to sci fi and comic cons. But, there ARE outlets on the web that are available that list book fairs, festivals, and comic cons. It will take a bit of digging, though.

I create my own listing that I distribute via email for my networking group the, Universal Africana Literary Arts Movement. That, I distribute seasonally...


Hey Bill! Here is the list in PDF format. The direct email to be a part of the networking group is universalafricana09@gmail.com. The listing gets mailed out seasonally, as well as other information that I get.
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