Janet Miles, CAP-OM (janetmiles) wrote,
Janet Miles, CAP-OM
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In which Janet attempts to promote a Good Thing, even though she won't be there

elisem writes,
So here's the problem: yesterday I heard somebody say, "Fourth Street Fantasy Convention? Oh, yeah, I heard something about... oh, wait, isn't that convention invitational?" Which, you know, it is so very not. Although it's been a little quiet on the publicity end, this revival of the legendary Minneapolis-based fantasy convention of decades back is cheerfully open to everybody who wants to get a membership, and I hope lots of people do, because I'm throwing this big party on Friday night, and Bear and Sarah and some other folks are going to read necklace challenge stories and other Artists' Challenge works, and the more people who are there, the better it'll be.

So here's the offer: if you publicise the convention in your LJ or anywhere else on-line, and link to the Fourth Street website or to my post about my party, and you send me a link (or post it here), I will put you in a drawing for a $50 gift certificate, to be drawn during the convention. Winner need not be present*. If you like, you can go ahead and tell people you're posting this because I am bribing you with this because I want lots of people at my party to celebrate and to hear Bear and Sarah and everybody read cool challenge stuff... and tell them that if they put up the link too, I will bribe them with a similar chance.

OK. That's what I want. Please? Help make my party (and the convention) a good big one!

Signed, a Lioness greedy for fun


* though if you are, I'll double the amount of that gift certificate!

I have, over time, heard good things about this convention. It's in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, and this year (2008) runs June 20-22.

I won't be there, but I hope that lots of other good people are, and that they have a marvelous time. I hope that you will also feel moved to post this in your own LJ for further publicity.
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