Fantasticon 2014 took place last October in Milwaukee, WI. I posted two out of six review articles about the event. Then I got caught up with NaNoWriMo in November and forgot about it. Now that it’s February, maybe I should finish this up.
Part three of this mini-series is about the Dealers’ Room, where a myriad of vendors set up booths to sell their wares. These are the photos that I took.
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The lizards were brought in by the Madison Area Herpetological Society. Check them out if you like reptiles.
Lauren Jankowski, one of the indie writers I met selling their books in the Dealers’ Room.
Another great artist, Dominic Lobello.
More great artists. Leticia has the best giggle ever. I could hear her giggling from the other side of the noisy Dealers’ Room. So I named her the Giggler. Check them out at Nerd By Design.
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Saving the best for last…
What I got the most out of the Dealers’ Room was getting to know a couple self-published authors who were peddling their novels at booths. This was inspirational because I realized that someday I could have a booth at a convention to sell my novels.
Donovan Scherer has a lot going on. As a graphic designer, author, and publisher, he runs Ratatat Graphics and Studio Moonfall. He wrote and illustrated the light-hearted horror comedy series, Fear & Sunshine, and Monsters Around the Campfire. He also created a fun game called ZomBeans.
He was kind enough to sign my copy of Fear & Sunshine: Prelude.
Check back soon for more Fantasticon pictures.