Once landed at VCON 39,
Virginia had a multitude of difficulties with poor organization that included, but were not limited to-
a) the complete lack of registration forms or passes, despite the very real presence of their fees on our StarkLight Press Accounts
b)the organizers’ refusal to provide a table for our wares, despite more receipts of purchase, and the plethora of empty tables at the Convention Floor
c) the lack of ticket to the Aurora Awards Tea
the list goes on- but I Digress with merely a prayer that VCON 40, a major milestone in any Con’s lifespan, will be better organized and make room for the truly awesome publishing houses and creative dynamos in Canada- mainly us :0)
To combat these avaricious and political snaggles, Virginia was advised to turn our King Suite into a StarkLight Press receiving Lounge, complete with
resplendent noshems, wines and all of our merchandise and videos on display. We were more than happy to share our island of composed, luxurious literary delight
with VCON attendees who might need a break from all the hustle and the bustle.
Though in the end, StarkLight Press received the coveted drink-worthy bracelet allowing one access to adult-type beverages, we also brought some fine selections
from our own wine cellar to stimulate the palettes of our guests.
Now that our Literary Oasis was established, it was time for Virginia to venture into the midst of VCON 39…