Monday, June 21, 2010

Mythcon 41 Schedule

Hello, everyone! The schedule for Mythcon 41 is now available online. For those chomping at the bit, or for anyone still on the fence about coming, take note that Mythcon 41 is going to be a big, full, well-attended event with more than forty papers*, eight panels, eight hours of writers' track programming, and two presentations in a readers’ theater format. We’ll also have a dealers’ room, art show, auction, and a lot else besides. More than 120 people are registered to attend, and it’s not too late to join in the fun. You can register here through July 2, or at the door. And unlike many conferences, we also have individual day-rates, so if you could only attend one or two days, don’t let that stop you coming out.

* As you’ll see from the schedule, these run the gamut, from J.R.R. Tolkien to C.S. Lewis, Charles Williams to George MacDonald, J.K. Rowling to Stephenie Meyer — and much more. I beleive it’s also safe to say that ours will be the first Mythcon ever to feature papers on The Devil Wears Prada and Bishop-Prince Petar II Petrović-Njegoš. (No, those aren’t the same paper! :)


  1. Some interesting sounding papers! Denise Roper is a friend of mine who I just re-discovered after losing track of her when we were both Star Wars nuts. Her paper sounds most interesting, though I know nothing of Harry. Are these papers going to be published at some point? Now I wish I was going, especially with the writing panels too!

    Namarie, God bless, Anne Marie :)

  2. Some of the papers may be published in Mythlore, or other periodicals. It’s unlikely we would publish a conference proceedings volume or anything like that. And it’s not too late to come, Anne Marie!