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The following CFP has been released for the World Vampire Congress 2016 which forms part of the Bram Stoker International Film Festival (BSIFF) which will be taking place 27th-30th October 2016, Whitby, Yorkshire. More information can be found below: “World … Continue reading
Just a reminder that the deadline for the Global Fantastika conference (4th-5th July 2016) is 1st March 2016. I attended Locating Fantastika last year and as my review shows, it was well worth the trip.
This an admin-esque post just drawing people’s attention to some CFPs and a talk that might be of interest to our followers. Firstly, there is a CFP for the Victorian Popular Fiction Association which will be holding its conference from … Continue reading
Temptation comes in the form of this CFP for the conference, ‘Promises of Monsters’ taking place in Stavanger, Norway on the 28th-29th April 2016. Abstracts are due by 15th December 2015.
It has been almost a month since ‘Company of Wolves’ and, now that I am back from my holidays, I thought it would be good to reflect on the conference. As is so often the case being an organiser, I … Continue reading
This looks like a brilliant conference at the University of Stirling on the author Patrick McGrath, one of the leading contemporary writers on psychological terror and horror. The conference will also be looking for 20 minute papers on asylums, madness, … Continue reading
We’ve made a slight change to the Conference Programme–please take a look here. Further updates on Fees, and Travel and Accommodation will be appearing very soon, so keep an eye on alerts and Tweets, etc.
As well as the full Conference Programme (which can also be downloaded in PDF format), we have a page with a handily abbreviated Conference Timetable (again, with a PDF version). These pages are only provisional but we hope they give … Continue reading
The provisional programme for the Company of Wolves conference is now up on this website: select ‘Conference Programme‘ from the ‘Company of Wolves’ menu (or click on the link). Most of the abstracts are now viewable from the ‘Session Speakers … Continue reading
I write in praise of conferences (as I surely have before). The idea of presenting at a conference is intimidating – standing in a room of your peers and sharing your research is clearly going to make anyone nervous. Especially … Continue reading