Science Fiction & Fantasy Con 2020

There’s not enough SFF in the world and this year some authors got together and decided to do something about it.

Let’s answer a few questions for those of you still on the fence about attending.

What is the purpose of the SFF Con anyway?

The idea is to bring together creatives and fans together in one place to meet and talk about their favorite topics. There’s a lot of exciting content planned for the inaugural SFFCon!

Programming is divided into three categories:

  • Creative Track: Content focused on creatives, mostly geared toward writing and indie publishing.
  • Genre Fan Track: Panels dedicated to SF&F fandom, with discussions related to sub-genres.
  • Breakout Sessions: Targeted content with a deeper dive into specific subject areas.

*Please note: All times are PST (U.S. Pacific, GMT -8)*

Do I have to register and pay?

There’s no registration fee this year and attendance is purely voluntary.

Why should I attend a convention online?

Did we mention it was free? Okay, besides being able to attend in your pajamas there’s a ton of interesting content you might not want to miss.

Who’s going to be there?

Other than you the fans, there will an amazing line of science fiction and fantasy authors, screenwriters, cover designers, and cosplayers just to name a few. Rather than list them all let’s just say they’re some of the best in the business and their names are listed on the guest page.

The inaugural SFFCon will be held online from November 7-8, 2020. Panels will be streamed as well as recorded, and we will maximize the opportunities for audience interaction as much as possible.

www.SFFCon.com

Where can I meet up with other attendees?

Other than the Facebook pages where all the events are listed, there’s a Discord group where you can hang out with other fans and the guest speakers.

ABOUT T.S. VALMOND:

T.S. Valmond is the science fiction and young adult fantasy author of The Bolaji Kingdoms Series and The Verity Chronicles. As an award-winning poet, world traveler, and sign language interpreter she uses her experiences to fuel her stories. She’s a regular contributor to the website and founder of the Riders & Flyers group.