April 8-10 2011

RavenCon 2011, Richmond VA
Science Fiction & Fantasy return to Richmond with RavenCon 2011, a weekend celebrating the genres of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror. (And as we're playing the Edgar Allan Poe angle, we're Mystery friendly, too!) Join our guests for panel discussions and workshops that can only happen at RavenCon!
April 28th - May 1st 2011

The World Horror Convention,Austin, Texas is an annual gathering of professionals in the horror industry; publishers, authors, artists, musicians, filmmakers, dealers and, of course, horror fans. WHC serves as both an industry insiderís networking event and a chance for fans of the genre to get together, meet some of the creative talents in the field, and generally spend a weekend celebrating All Things Scary.
April 29th - May 1st 2011

EerieCon Thirteen,Niagara Falls, NY - Buffalo Fantasy League was founded in 1949, dedicated to the celebration and enjoyment of all literature, audio/visual media and memorabilia in the fields of Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy.
May 27 - 29 2011

Crypticon Seattle 2011,Seattle WA - Crypticon is a horror-oriented media[1] event held annually in the Minneapolis, Minnesota and Seattle, Washington area. Guests have included authors, actors, directors, producers, & writers from classic and upcoming horror titles.
June 24-26, 2011

ApolloCon 2011, Houston, TX Houston's Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Conference. Presented by the Houston Science Fiction Association (HSFA). A single event for fans of speculative and imaginative fiction of all kinds, including literary, media, and interactive.
Combining interesting and informative programming on literary, media, science and culture topics, networking opportunities for clubs and individual fans, art exhibits, and sales of books and other SF/F/H items.
Sept 2-5, 2011

DragonCon, Atlanta, GA Dragon*Con is the largest multi-media, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe!
October 21-23, 2011

Arcana 41, St. Paul, Minnesota Arcana is a long-running horror convention that bills itself as "a convention of the dark fantastic." Arcana is held annually in late September or early October in St. Paul, Minnesota and typically features a famous author or artist from the dark fantasy genre as its guest of honor. Arcana programming includes a variety of panels, talks, and films, plus an interview and reading with the Guest of Honor.
October 27-30, 2011

World Fantasy Convention -San Diego, CA"The seas" of all kinds have been an ongoing theme in fantasy, covering everything from the "Flying Dutchman" to "The Ship Who Sang". But the seas of imagination denote more than just literal waters of various worlds. They include the lands to which we sail; the plants, animals, and people we find; and artistsí renderings of these exotic lands. We will explore all these and more.