Wizard World is headed back to St. Louis, Missouri, and we are excited to announce that Nerd for a Living will be presenting a panel at the show on Saturday, May 23. Join us for our “How to be a Nerd for a Living: Your Career in Nerd Culture” for a lively discussion with a collection of guest speakers.
We attended the 31st annual Writers & Illustrators of the Future Awards in Los Angeles, highlighting the best new science fiction and fantasy creators.
N4AL returns to C2E2 to present our “How to be a Nerd For A Living: Your Career in Nerd Culture” panel with guest speakers Jill Thompson, Babs Tarr, Otis Frampton, Barry Crain, and Diana Roberts.
We attended Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon as press and presented our How to be a Nerd for a Living panel. Check out our photos and recap from the show.
We will host the How to be a Nerd For A Living panel at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle on Saturday, March 28th. The panel features guest speakers Susan Eisenberg, Claire Hummel, Karen Hallion, Isaac Marion, Jaimie Cordero, and Amanda Nuckolls.
Nerd for a Living presents the Planet Comicon panel “The Business of Self-Promotion: Marketing Your Art or Small Business Online” with guest speakers Peter J. Wacks, Victoria Gedvillas, and Adron Buske.
We are excited to present the How to be a Nerd for a Living panel at Planet Comicon in Kansas City, MO. Our guest speakers include Ande Parks, Monika Lee, Dayton Ward, and Kevin Mellon.
Nerd For A Living exhibited at the second TEDx Gateway Arch event. Titled “Confluence II”, the St. Louis event occurred at the beautiful Sheldon Concert Hall on Saturday, February 21st. The day-long event featured a full slate of speakers on diverse topics, live music, and a unique array of exhibitors.
Nerd For A Living is thrilled to be headed back to Seattle for our third GeekGirlCon, happening the weekend of October 11th-12th in Seattle, Washington. Nerd for a Living is presenting two speaker panels – one as part of the main schedule and the other as part of the Connections track happening at the convention.
This weekend, St. Louis hosted its first game development and gaming convention, the PixelPop Festival. Held on the Webster University campus, the day-long event featured gaming industry speakers from St. Louis-based companies, as well as professional guests from outside the community. Check out our photo recap.