Is there something you’d like to see at Norwescon but haven’t seen yet (or not in a while)? Let us know! We want to make sure our program is as engaging to our members as possible, and will gladly take your suggestions into consideration as we work with our pros and panelists to craft our programming each year. Feel free to suggest ideas even if you’re not personally qualified to be on the panel.

If you are interested in being an attending pro or panelist, please let us know through our Becoming a Panelist page.

We will begin considering ideas for Norwescon 42 panels over the summer of 2018. If you have ideas, we recommend getting them to us by September so we can give them the best consideration; we try to have our schedule more or less set by December of each year.

If you would like to suggest a panel, presentation, or workshop for Norwescon 42, we require:

  1. A title (no more than 8 words)
  2. A description of the event (no more than 100 words)
  3. Technical requirements (if any)

PLEASE NOTE: Ideas submitted through this page are considered suggestions and not formal proposals, and it’s not uncommon for us to get the same or similar ideas from several people (which is great, as it helps us gauge interest). As such, we reserve the right to use the idea in whole or in part, on its own or in conjunction with other related ideas. As we receive many ideas throughout the year, and as some may not be used until a later year, we do not credit individual ideas to the people who suggested them, nor can we guarantee that your suggested panelists will be on the final panel. If you would like to submit a formal panel proposal, please contact our Programming department directly. Thank you!

  • Eight (8) words maximum, please.
  • 100 words maximum, please.
  • Please be specific! Easel with flipboard and pens, screen and projector with HDMI input, none, etc.
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