For the fiscal geeks among us, I present to you the post-con financial report for Narrativity 2021. For those of you who don’t want to know how the sausage is made, may I tempt you with high-diving giraffes? The short version: For a second-year con in the midst of a pandemic, we did astoundingly well.… Continue reading The Root of All Conventions
We had another terrific Narrativity, and that’s because of our wonderful members. So many cool people with fascinating things to say! So to each and every one of you, thank you for making it happen and making it special. We don’t have the details nailed down yet, but plans for next year are already in… Continue reading Thank You All For A Wonderful Narrativity!
Many, many fine books and other media have been mentioned in panels. Here they are! (This list will be updated as we go.) -Story Trumps Structure – Steven James (character development advice; Putty people vs. Pebble people) -Flashman series – George MacDonald Fraser (character who doesn’t change) -Trouble on Tritan – Samuel Delaney (character who… Continue reading Narrativity 2021 Book List
Narrativity 2021 is underway, and it’s wonderful to see so many old and new (carefully masked) faces! But there are several folks who’ve been important to the con who are no longer with us. I’m very sad to say that that includes Stephen T. Vessels, fondly known to many of us as “the other Steve… Continue reading Hat Day at Narrativity
Need a lift to the con, or riders to help with gas money? Maybe you’re looking for roomies or crash space. You can use this post to connect and coordinate. Just comment below with what you need and/or have to offer! (Note: “Your car, your rules” still applies. But we strongly encourage carpoolers to wear… Continue reading Ride-shares and Room-shares
It’s less than three weeks until Narrativity. Eep! There’s still time to get your membership for just $55 — but only just! On August 20th, the price goes up to $75. If you haven’t yet purchased a membership for yourself — or a friend, or all your friends — hie thee thither and make it… Continue reading 20 Days and Counting!
We’ve got the panel list pared down — now we need people to be on them! We want a good variety of viewpoints, so creators of all stripes as well as readers/listeners/viewers are welcome to volunteer as panelists. Just check out the list below, then contact our Plenipotentiary of Panels, Steven Brust, and let him… Continue reading Narrativity Needs Panelists!
Okay, folks, we’ve snapped. We didn’t want to do this because of the paperwork hassles involved, but after much deliberation, we’ve decided that there’s no use in having a rule if we don’t enforce it. Therefore: ***Proof of vaccination against Covid-19 will be REQUIRED for admittance to Narrativity 2021.*** We’re not kidding here. You will… Continue reading Proof of Vaccination REQUIRED
Looking for a fun, tasty, and above all easy option for meals during Narrativity? Our Meal Magician, Rebecca Sparkles, is organizing two group food orders. Saturday dinner will be a taco bar, and Sunday lunch will be pizza and/or salad. In both cases, there’ll be a limited menu to simplify ordering, but there should be… Continue reading Group Meal Orders
Narrativity 2021: Take Two (and Write Me in the Morning) is less than two months away! If you haven’t gotten your membership yet, now’s the time! (And if you’re not sure if you have a membership, or if you had a roll-over from 2020, just ask!) Need hotel? The online booking link for the Crowne… Continue reading 54 Days And Counting!