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Steve Jackson's Appearances

Want to meet Steve? Here's a list of conventions he's attending, as well as other events where you can find him and say hello.

Our other staff members make appearances, too – click here for a complete list.

June 25-27, 2021

LibertyCon is going virtual this year, but I'll still be around!

Trip Reports
March 19-21, 2021

The 2020 edition of ZKK was canceled due to COVID-19. Darn. And out of an abundance of caution they are holding the 2021 event online. It will be free to attend! And I will "be there" . . . with a special Munchkin bookmark!

January 22-24, 2021

I made a Discord appearance at virtual Chattacon. The whole con was free, and fun was had!

October 8-11, 2020
Online from an alternate history

Fans of Eric Flint's "1632" hold an annual convention, and this year it wa virtual. A number of big names spoke on panels, including Eric Flint himself, gamer favorites David Brin, David Drake, S. M. Stirling, and David Weber, and filker Tom Smith. I participated in a panel on games and storytelling, hosted by Bill Fawcett.

The panel will be prerecorded, so in theory, now that the convention is over, you can watch it any time. See the web page for more info.

October 10, 2020
Online from Austin, TX

Our first virtual FnordCon was a success, so we did it again. This was a free one-day live event with games and lots of panels. Games included Ultracorps (which had a great showing), Deadly Doodles, Ogre, Z-Shot, TFT, and more. Guest of Honor was Liz Danforth, prolific TFT illustrator. She was a great guest; she gave a good presentation and hung out a lot in the public areas when she was not officially scheduled.

Yes, the virtual dealer room was popular so we repeated it, with one more dealer.

So there will be a FnordCon 3 next year, probably virtual, probably first quarter.

October 2-4, 2020
Online from Seattle, WA

This is a convention for Lego fans. At 1pm Central time on Sunday the 4th, I spoke about long-distance collaboration., and took questions afterward.

I thought this went very well and will be open to proposals to do similar things.

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