The Anthrocon conbook is a valuable resource for finding or promoting talent and services within the fandom. Freely available to all convention attendees and frequently kept as a souvenir, conbooks reach a wide audience of dedicated fans. There is no compensation for artwork or stories submitted to the conbook, but the extremely focused nature of its audience makes being accepted into a conbook one of the few cases where doing a project “for exposure” actually makes sense.
The submission deadline for the 2017 Anthrocon conbook is May 1st– just under three weeks away as of the publication of this post– so you still have time to get in if you hurry. Guidelines for submission can be found at Anthrocon.org.
Similarly, advertising space within the conbook is also available, also with a deadline of May 1st. Rates, options, and submission guidelines can also be found at Anthrocon.org.
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