So, you’ve pre-registered and want to stay at the convention hotel?
Maybe you’ve been holding off on purchasing your membership until you could book your hotel room at the same time?
Well, you are out of excuses! Go to our Hotel and Location page to get all the details and book online (or phone number if you’d prefer to book that way.)
Remember, even if you are a local, there are many good reasons to stay at the convention hotel. The more rooms we book, the lower the costs for the convention. That means we keep the costs down for you and are able to bring in more fabulous guests and activities. Plus, it gives you more time at the convention and far less commute time too! Thank you and see you at the convention!
Head on over to our membership page to pre-register online! Why should you pre-register instead of waiting until ConDFW and registering at the door? Because you save $15 per adult membership and $5 per child membership by using the following codes, expiring Sunday August 13:
Adult Academic/Military: EARLYSPEC
Pre-registering helps us a great deal, because we can (a) estimate how many attendees we’ll have and (b) have the funds available to us before the convention to pay expenses. Thank you!
Fort Worth Magazine has a nice article on geek culture and ConDFW made the list.
You can pick it up on news stands now, or check out the entire article online here:
We at ConDFW are thrilled to announce that our 2018 Guests of Honor will be…(drumroll, please!)…
New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris
Hugo Award-winning artist John Picacio
Join us on February 16-18, 2018 at the Radisson Fort Worth Fossil Creek!
Charlaine Harris is a New York Times bestselling author who has been writing for over thirty years, and may best be known for her Sookie Stackhouse series, which was adapted into HBO’s series True Blood. She created The Sookie Stackhouse urban fantasy series before there was a genre called “urban fantasy.” The series, which ended in 2013, has been released in over thirty languages. Now Harris is working on a trilogy of graphic novels with Christopher Golden and artist Don Kramer, Cemetery Girl. On her own she is writing a new series set in the small town of Midnight, Texas, which has been adapted into an NBC series set to begin airing on July 24th, 2017. [ Read more ]
John Picacio is a two-time Hugo Award-winning illustrator of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. His accolades include the World Fantasy Award, the Locus Award, five Chesley Awards, and two International Horror Guild Awards. His works have illustrated the covers of books by Michael Moorcock, Harlan Ellison, Robert Silverberg, L.E. Modesitt, Jr., Dan Simmons, Joe R. Lansdale, Jeffrey Ford, Frederik Pohl, James Tiptree, Jr., Mark Chadbourn, and many more. He has produced cover artwork for franchises such as Star Trek and the X-Men. [ Read more ]