Worldcon 75 will have hundreds of hours of programme during its five days! Presentations, panels, workshops, signings, readings, gaming, music, dancing, and more! The topics will include (but are not limited to!) literature, science, media, games, costuming, writing, TV and films – almost anything that falls under the very wide umbrella of “speculative fiction”. There are also programme items planned specifically for children and young adults. The programme participants will include authors, scientists, other pros as well as fans – and we are still looking for volunteers to be in the programme!
We are hoping to release a preliminary version of the programme before July.
Do you have questions or comments about the programming? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Planning to volunteer for Worldcon 75 programming? Now you can! Please fill in our short form (hosted by Grenadine). We are looking for people from all corners of the world, pros and fans alike! Help us create the best possible programme for Worldcon75!
The form will close on March 30th and we will get back to everybody during March/April.
What kind of programming would you like to see in Worldcon 75?
What kind of programming would you like to offer? Tell us!
Do you know somebody who would be a perfect programme participant for Worldcon 75? Tell us!
Ursa Minor watching programming at Finncon 2016, photo by Kyuu Eturautti.
Worldcon 75 Academic Track is now closed for submissions! Thank you to all who sent proposals – the hard work of making selections begins now!
Are you interested in putting whole new worlds into Worldcon 75’s Art Show? Worldcon 75’s Art show hopes to feature a multitude of great artworks in different media.
Read more at the Art Show page!
Worldcon 75 will host an international film festival and is now looking for submissions. Find out more from the Worldcon 75 International Film Festival page.