APPEARANCES

Scheduled 2020 Appearances…So Far…

May 1-3. Indianapolis, Indiana. Mo*ConI’ll be a Special Guest (less than a Guest of Honor, but better than a Wretched Commoner) at this annual, intimate horror con run by Maurice Broaddus. [POSTPONED until further notice.]

June 11-14. Kansas City, Missouri. HEAR Now FestivalHey, I’m emceeing the Independent Audiobook Awards for the third time! Did I use up all of my audiobook-themed jokes after year two? We’ll find out together! [UPDATE: The conference will be held online on the scheduled dates, but the awards–and thus my role–have been indefinitely postponed.]

July 16-19. Salem, Massachusetts. NeconWait, isn’t Necon in Rhode Island? Not anymore! It’s moved to a new venue for this, the 40th (!) anniversary. I’ll be emceeing the Infamous Necon Roast, and this year the victim could be….YOU!!!

July 30 – August 2. Williamsburg, Virginia. Scares That CareThis amazing charity horror convention returns for its 7th year. I’ll have a wide selection of books available for your purchasing ecstasy.

August 14-15. Atlanta, Georgia. Outer Dark Symposium For The Greater Weird. Weeeeird people talking about weeeeird stuff! Last year I read “The Douchebag Who Reneged on the Death Pact.” What tale of weeeeirdest will I read this year?

October 9-11. Atlanta, Georgia. MonsteramaIf you love monsters, and you probably do, this convention has all the monster stuff you can handle! Panels! Movies! People who’ve been in monster movies!

October 16-18. Atlanta, Georgia. MultiverseThe second year of this exciting SF, Fantasy, and Horror con. You know which of the three genres I’ll be representing!

More to come…

27 Responses to “APPEARANCES”

  1. Paul P. DuBose Says:

    Jeff, I’m looking forward to meeting you in Tampa on Saturday. I’ll cover your presentation in the February issue of “Write Connections”, an online newsletter published by Tampa Writers Alliance at http://www.tampawriters.org.
    I’m a humor novelist, but I doubt I can write anything as crazy as your stuff.

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  2. jeffstrand Says:

    Cool! Seeya there, Paul!

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  3. Bruce Smith Says:

    Hi Jeff, Enjoyed the talk today

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  4. Kyle L. Says:

    YEA! WHC!! WHOOO!! Gonna buy you a shot Jeff, just come find me. I’ll be the ginger kid with tattoos (can there be more than one, we’ll see!)

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  5. Jeff Strand Says:

    Kyle, you can buy me a shot of Snapple!

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  6. Kyle L. Says:

    Snapple works 🙂

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  7. Kent Songer Says:

    Wow! An author who doesn’t drink? I stopped going to WHC because I was the only person there who didn’t. Really hard to interact when you are not socially drinking.

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  8. Kyle L. Says:

    That’s why bartenders made Shirley Temples 😛

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  9. Mary Says:

    Wish I’d started reading your books sooner ! Love your sense of humor ! Wish I could make it to Rhode Island

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  10. Sam Says:

    Totally wish you could come up north to MN! I’m in absolute adoration of your writing!

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  11. Wendy Says:

    When are you coming to Nebo Kentucky? I am sure all 100 of us would show up.

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  12. wendy latham. Says:

    @Jim what is this thing called a a car of which you speak? U would relieve the extreme fuzziness of your staementvif you knew how surrounded my area is with Amish and Mennonite communities.

    @Jeff. We have 3 churches, a gas station, and a tiny empty building that used to be an elementary school in the 70s, an abandoned general store type building. Where do you wanna have have it?

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    • jeffstrand Says:

      Let’s go with the gas station. They’ll have snacks.

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      • Wendy Says:

        Ha ha ha ha. you are funny with your cityfied idea of a gas station. With snacks and soda pops and popcorn and of course I bet you are expecting a Snapple. HA. This is a gas station like hey here is some gas , need your tires changed we got done fourteen year old ” home schooled” kid here to do that for you. The sell gas , tires , some stale peanut butter crackers and home interior products and candles. The churches are baptist. That means MASS quanties of food. But while I am a Christian going there means putting up with a ton of misinterpreted scripture that they cling to that really has nothing to do with God, I am thinking we meet in the abandoned store and do a pot luck picnic.

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  13. Donna Stinson Says:

    Jeff, do you or Lynne have any upcoming local appearances?

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    • jeffstrand Says:

      Lynne will be speaking to a filmmaking group this Wednesday evening. Beyond that, we don’t have much scheduled until March. Obviously, any time you’re in town we’ll be happy to meet you for lunch or dinner!

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  14. Shhh... Says:

    Hey, I just discovered you through Blister. I read Benjamin’s Parasite immediately after, now I’m a fan. I’d love to get some books signed if you ever have an appearance in Tampa. Keep up the great work!

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  15. Donna Stinson Says:

    I’m gonna be there!

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  16. Shhh... Says:

    I have that day off, I’m planning on coming. This is great news! Thank you.

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  17. Heather Says:

    Please come west to Houston! Love your humor-thrillers!!

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