That’s right, you can sign up now! Just head to this page on our website. If you have trouble with the link, try logging in at account.wiscon.net first. Even if you don’t want to be a panelist, you can still express your interest in panels. This helps us to decide which panels to keep. (Sadly, we do not have room for them all.)
A final reminder that Friday, March 18 is the last day to sign up as a panelist or moderator for WisCon 35. That’s today (or soon will be).
It’s also the last day to sign up for a reading. Groups and individuals alike are welcome to sign up to read – see the full details on doing a reading on the WisCon35 website.
And it’s the last day to tell us what panels you’re interested in, if you haven’t already done it.
All three tasks can be accomplished by visiting the programming sign-up page. You’ll need to sign-in or create an account using a valid e-mail. Once in, there’s a link for program sign-up and audience interest, and another link for readings sign-up.
We have a few favors to ask:
- If you’ve signed up to participate in programming – please remember to let us know your availability for programming. We don’t want to assign you to an 8:30 am panel if you’re a late-night party person, or schedule your panel for midnight if you’re in your jammies by 10 pm. The availability link is on the programming sign-up page.
- Similarly, if you’ve signed up to do programming, please complete the bio sections of your profile on by accessing your account. It helps speed along the process.
- We can always use a few good moderators.
- Finally, please help us get the word out by re-distributing this message among your online communities, e-lists, and friends lists. Remember, one does NOT need to have a paid registration to indicate an interest in WisCon programming, nor sign up to be a panelist (though you’ll need a paid registration in order to score a final assignment – there’s a convenient link to registration on the programming sign-up page.)
Thank you for participating – and if you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com