When the pandemic forced us to cancel Narrativity 2020, we automatically rolled over all existing membership to 2021’s convention.
We’re cautiously optimistic that we’ll be able to hold Narrativity this year, September 4-6, 2021. We’ve got many months yet, and that should be enough time for vaccines to be produced and distributed, and for life to at least start getting back toward normal. We are going ahead on the assumption that we’ll all be able to get together for a safe and fun weekend of talking story and hanging out with fellow enthusiasts.
However, if the past year has taught us anything, it’s that trying to predict the future is a dice roll at best. We want you to know that if things go poorly and Covid isn’t properly subdued in time, and we have to postpone Narrativity again, we will once again roll over all existing memberships to the following year’s con. (Memberships are normally non-refundable, but if having the cost of a membership tied up for an extra year creates a financial burden for you, let us know and we’ll work something out.) We’ll be keeping a close eye on the situation as September draws near, and we’ll communicate any decisions regarding the convention’s status as soon as we make ’em.
So if you’re thinking about registering but are understandably uncertain about Covid and cons, please know that we’ve got your back on this. Hopefully this will all be moot, and we’ll see each other — in person! with real, live people, in the same space! — in September!