Mark You Calendars Now — Flint Horror Con

I know that you have all been waiting for me to post my Penguicon Schedule listing the panels I will be on, when they will be, and what room they will be in.1

Sorry, this isn’t that post. You’ll just have to wait a little while longer.

This post is to inform you that I will have my own table in the vendor’s area of the
Flint Horror Con. I’ve attended FHC the last few years with the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers. Don’t worry, I haven’t jumped ship. In fact, we’ve asked that my table be next to the GLAHW tables.

However, with the upcoming release of
Desolation: 21 Tales for Tails and the creepy crafts that I have been making,3 I thought it might not be a bad idea to try and get some space just for my stuff. Granted, I’ll still be hawking the GLAHW merch as well.

While I have always enjoyed vending with the GLAHW, it is kind of fun having your own table at a Con. I found this out last year at Zombie Con.
4 Not only did I get more of a chance to talk to the public, I also got to know my neighbors better too.

Now the convention isn’t until 25 October. Unlike previous years, it will not be held at the Flint Masonic Temple. This is both good and bad. The Temple was an amazing and creepy place, perfect for a horror convention. However, space restrictions meant that vendors had to be divided on to two different floors, which sucked for people not on the main floor. Attendees may have made it up there, but they may have already spent their money on the main floor.

I know it is a bit early to be making this announcement, but if you head over to the
Vendors page you can see that my logo is featured prominently (right before the GLAHW).

That’s just so cool that I had to share.

1. Or conversely you are so incredibly tired of hearing me go on about Penguicon that you are just skimming this post.

2. In which case you should get on board the Con train because this year’s Penguicon is going to be a 7 layer awesome dip with a side of awesome.

3. See this

4. In which I hope to participate again this year. Check out
this bit of history for more info.