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Your October 1 Update

schedule iconThe FIYAHCON Schedule is now LIVE. We’ve got panels from all over the world, a bunch of ceremonies, newly added workshops, even a GAME SHOW planned for your interactive viewing pleasure. Visit the schedule here. 

Anyone can view the schedule, but only paid registrants will receive an invitation to Sched for viewing links and customizing their personal agendas. So if you have a Fringe/Friday-only ticket, you will not receive a Sched invitation, but we will send your instructions via email the week of the event.

50 tickets were added to the shop (now sold out) as well as a neat little slate of small-class workshops you can check out here. Space is limited and payment is required for some of them.

Office Hours registrations are now closed. If you haven’t heard back yet about the status of your appointment, you will in the next week.

Digital swag bags will also be on their way in the next week. We’ve collected some great contributions from some of our favorite publishers and can’t wait for you to gasp over it with us.

If you’re involved with the convention in any way, you’ll be seeing a flurry of emails in the next week or so, so make sure you’re checking your Spam and Promotions and whatever other folders you’ve got to make sure you don’t miss anything.

 

NOTE: Your ticket is not transferrable. The best we can offer you is a refund but as we are so close to the event, the ticket will not be restocked for purchase nor will we be able to give it to any specific person at your request. If you keep your ticket, though, you will be able to access the FIYAHCON Archive for the next year. The Archive will store replays of all recorded content for which we have secured permissions from the panelists. For more on this and other commonly asked questions, visit our FAQ page.

 

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Introducing The Welcome Party! This is a  segment of FIYAHCON designed to foster community between the folks starting new, inclusive publishing venues, and the people who have been there and are still doing that. You can find more details here.