2015 GenreCon Registration is now live. To book your tickets, head over the Australian Writers Marketplace store where there are options to pick up Weekend Registrations, book Banquet Tickets, and secure your place at the opening night reception.
Eager to get your ticket to this year’s GenreCon? Registration for the 2015 event opens this Sunday at 12:00 PM Queensland Time (that’s 1:00 PM for you folks East Coast folks on daylight savings). We’ll be offering a special, early-bird rate of $220 for the first fifty conference registrations, after which the price will increase … Continue reading »
Registration Opens at Midday Tomorrow The GenreCon Registration desk will be located on the second floor of the State Library of Queensland, located outside the Queensland Terrance. Registration for GenreCon attendees will open at 12:00 PM, but you can direct question to QWC officers prior to that. The State Library of Queensland is located at: … Continue reading »
We’re officially shutting down the online registration system this afternoon, because the 2013 GenreCon is now sold out. This year’s conference is now right up against our catering limits for the conference, banquet, and opening night reception, and we’re now running a waiting list for anyone who may be interested in tacking up tickets that … Continue reading »
Pitching Now Open The GenreCon Pitching Program is your chance to sit down with an editor or agent to talk about your completed manuscript. We’ve got editors and agents representing a diverse range of genres accepting pitches across Saturday and Sunday of the conference. Applications for pitching spots will be open until 5:00 PM, October … Continue reading »
Last Call for Program Volunteers Want to get involved in GenreCon 2013? We’ve extended the closing date for discount registration and program participant sign-up until 5:00 pm, Friday, August 9. Volunteering for the program is a great way to meet other writers and publishing professionals, give back to the genre-writing community, and help guide the ongoing … Continue reading »
For those of you who missed last year’s show, here’s the official pitch: the AWM GenreCon is a three-day conference for Australian writers and professionals working within the fields of romance, mystery, science fiction, crime, fantasy, horror, thrillers, and more. One part party, one part celebration, one part professional development – GenreCon is the place to be if … Continue reading »