I am so very excited to see the announcement of this con — I am desperately trying to figure out a way to be there. Munich is one of my favorite cities in the entire world, and I’ve heard really great things about Pride Week there.
This sounds like an amazing opportunity and I really hope to see you all there!
Euro Pride Con (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
What: LGBT Fiction Meet during Munich’s Pride Week
Where: Munich, Germany (European Mainland)
When: July 11th and 12th 2015
Keynote Speakers: Andrew Grey and R.J. Scott
Attendee List: http://europridecon.weebly.com/attend…
General Ticket: 160 Euro (or 180 Euro after April 30th)
Featured Ticket: 170 Euro (or 190 Euro after April 30th)
Event Hotel: Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotel
Alternate Hotel: Leonardo Hotel Munich Arabellapark (10 – 15 min away)
Add to the Raffle: http://europridecon.weebly.com/contri…
Become A Sponsor: http://europridecon.weebly.com/become…
Euro Pride Con will bring together LGBT authors, publishers, translators, editors, cover artists, bloggers, narrators and readers from all over Europe and even from the other side of the big pond, to get together over one fantastic weekend to talk about books, genres, trends, challenges, hopes and will offer them opportunities to network, exchange experiences, pitch books and submit manuscripts to publishers like Dreamspinner Press, Harmony Ink, Dreamspinner Publications, Extasy Books, Ylva Publishing, Love Lane Books, Wayward Ink, Bruno Gmünder and others.
Instead of relying entirely on front-led panels, we’ll also be hosting a series of interactive workshops and in-depth discussions on a range of different topics. These workshops will expose all attendees to a range of different thoughts, opinions, and viewpoints. There will also be reader-focused Author Q&As and Author Readings in addition to the Author Signing and the Raffle.
We are coordinating with the organizers of Munich Pride, LGBT Organizations and local European gay bookstores and local publishers to tie our convention closely to the LGBT community from the very beginning.