WisCon is now accepting proposals for games!
You can submit games here. The deadline for proposing games is February 28th.
We have a slots available all day in a dedicated gaming room every day of the con, so don’t be shy about proposing games. We’re excited to see your game submissions, be they tabletop roleplaying, larp, board games, or, if you’ve got a way to make it work, video games! We also encourage you to submit games to the Teen Program at email@example.com and Kids Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year WisCon has a theme to help organize our focus. This year’s theme is: What Does Justice Demand?
Although the words “social justice” are bandied about within the WisCon community, geek/nerd spaces, as well as the mainstream, and many talk about and endeavor to work within this framework, what does it actually mean. How is social justice lived/embodied without becoming a buzzword? And how does this shape feminism and genre work (scifi, fantasy, horror, and others) both past and present?
If you’d like to propose a game but are out of ideas, or want help finding ways to address the theme, please reach out to email@example.com, and we’d love to work with you to find something you’d be excited about running. You can also peruse these places for justice related games.
If you have a game idea that you’re excited about but you’re not sure if it fits the theme, don’t worry! The theme is meant as a tool for inspiration, not as a limit on creativity, and we will be happy to accept your submissions that explore ideas other than justice.
Once you have submitted your game proposal you can expect an email from firstname.lastname@example.org within the next couple days confirming that we received your submission and asking any follow up questions. After submissions close on February 28th a schedule will be created and sent out by early March so you will know your commitments when the call for panelists goes out.