Fantasycon: The Dealers Room
The Fantasycon dealers room is located in the Colonades room of the Queen Hotel. Listed below the dealers attending the event.
The opening times are as follows:
Friday - 12 Noon to 6pm.
Saturday 10am to 6pm.
Sunday 9am to 1pm.
Members of the convention have exclusive access to the dealer tables throughout Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, the dealers room will be open to the public.
PS Publishing's aim is to produce high quality, collectable but affordable signed limited editions within the field of science fiction, fantasy and horror.
We put out our first four books in 1999 and we have published over 260 titles since. In between, we've had novels, collections, non-fiction - including a collaboration with Tartarus Press - a brand new short fiction magazine (Postscripts), an innovative new grandstand for up-and-coming talents (PS Showcase) and lots more novellas...
We've also won six British Fantasy Awards for the Best Small Press and have received similar recognition from the Horror Writers Association and have won the World Fantasy Award and the International Horror Guild Award.
NewCon Press is a multiple award-winning independent publisher specialising in science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and horror. Founded in 2006 by author and editor Ian Whates, NewCon Press has established a reputation for quality, working with some of genre fiction’s best known names as well as with exciting new voices.
NewCon produces signed limited edition hardback, paperback, and eBook editions, and we are never frightened to showcase the talents of debut authors alongside those of more established writers. In 2015, we launched sister imprint Steel Quill books, featuring genre-related non-fiction and other projects that fall outside our normal remit.
Whether through novels, novellas, anthologies, or single author collections, NewCon Press remains determined to stay at the forefront of speculative fiction in the UK and beyond, willing to venture where traditional publishing houses dare not go.
Genki Gear produces original t-shirts that stand out amongst a crowd! We take our influences from Japanese culture, Anime, gaming and science fiction and add to it dash of unique humour, which has become our trademark. All our printing is done in the UK and we print our designs across our full range of styles so there’s always a Genki Gear t-shirt or for you.
All our ranges are ethically produced and of the highest quality so you can wear you Geek with Pride!
In addition we check out our range of gifts including Mugs, cosplay ears and cards which are all ethically produced and great fun!
Elsewhen Press are an independent publisher, based in South East England, specialising in Speculative Fiction. Established in 2011 specifically to encourage the best new and previously unpublished authors, we have now published 60 enthralling titles across SF/F genres by a diverse range of authors from around the world. We love books; we have loved Science Fiction and Fantasy since we were young (longer ago than we care to remember!) We pride ourselves on the quality of our books, both content and production, in order to give the best possible experience to our readers in print and digital editions at a fair price, and are delighted that reviews and customer feedback are overwhelmingly positive. We actively adopt an approach based on close personal relationships with our authors, editors and artists, and are honoured that these incredibly creative people identify themselves as part of an ‘Elsewhen family’.
Swan River Press are Ireland's only small press dedicated to literature of the fantastic. Named for the now subterranean waterway that flows through the bustling neighbourhood of Rathmines, Dublin's Swan River Press was founded in 2003 by author and editor Brian J. Showers. Since its inception, the press has specialised in literature of the Gothic, strange, and supernatural, with an emphasis on Ireland's past and present contributions to the genre.
Stairwell Books publishes a wide range of genres specialising in northern and Yorkshire writers. Our Science Fiction and Fantasy authors have attracted critical attention and include Pauline Kirk, well known for her novel The Keepers, and more recently Border 7 set in a similar dystopia; Clint Wastling, author of The Geology of Desire, with the first of his Tyrant Rex series and introducing Susie Williamson’s Mantra trilogy beginning with The Return of the Mantra. Stairwell will be represented in the dealer room, on several panels and all three authors will be at the con at various times to talk to readers and sign copies of their book.
Grimbold Books is a BFA winning publisher, and through our imprints Kristell Ink and Tenebris Books we bring you some of the very best stories and characters in science fiction, fantasy, and dark fiction
Neil A Webber Fantasy Artist is a painter and illustrator who works digitally and my artwork encompasses two different areas. The first is dreamlike, folklore inspired imagery of fantasy and subtle horror, these I sell as high quality prints and stickers. The other is an ongoing project called 'Haunted Ephemera', which draws on half forgotten book covers, comics, adverts and public information to create images with a heavily satirical edge, these are sold in the form of blank greeting cards and prints.
Mother's Milk Books is a Nottingham-based indie press managed by award-winning publisher, Dr Teika Bellamy, which publishes books that celebrate femininity and empathy with a view to normalizing breastfeeding.
Teika edits the popular annual collection of dark fairy tales, The Forgotten and the Fantastical, and is currently accepting submissions for no. 5 in the series.
Shoreline of Infinity publish a quarterly science fiction magazine featuring new short stories, poetry, artwork, interviews, columns reviews and more. Shoreline of Infinity also hosts Event Horizon - a monthly live science fiction cabaret of music, readings, drama, performance.
We are also soon to launch a regular podcast, Shoreline of Infinity's Soundwave, as well as expanding our tiny publishing empire.
We're based in Edinburgh.
Ballagh Studio, Malin.
Tim Stampton has created a number of illustrated books on fantasy themes. He also paints and produces a range of hand made prints using copper etching and wood engraving.
Eibonvale Press is a specialist in literature between the cracks – unclassifiable and unpredictable works covering horror, sci-fi, slipstream and experimental writing, as well as the areas in between.
This year, we have new titles by Rosanne Rabinowitz, Rhys Hughes, Brendan Connell and Ian Kappos, as well as a new anthology of poetry and fiction edited by Sarah Doyle and Allen Ashley. We will also have a stock of titles from Snuggly Books and Chomu Press available at the convention.
Original silver, brass and copper jewellery that lets you bring a little part of somewhere else with you - whether that's our natural world (waves, shells, fish, flowers) or a fantastical one (dragons, dragons, dragons!).
Hand-painted wooden jigsaw puzzles, seaweed wall art and wearable seaweed galore.
Everything's original and hand-crafted - come and meet the maker. Commissions welcome.
Dark Flights brings eclectic fantasy to pewter jewellery. Hand sculpted by artist Judy Perrin, and cast by a small company in the Midlands, it showcases designs in themes of gothic, fantasy, steampunk and nature.
Judy is inspired by mythology, literature and fantasy art to create intricate pieces both small and large.
Since 1971, the British Fantasy Society has been the focal point for fans, writers, publishers, film-makers, artists… everyone and anyone who is a lover of the fantasy and horror in all their forms.
Milford SF Writers is a non-profit organisation running since 1956 in the USA. It was brought to the UK in 1972 by James Blish. It hosts an annual, week-long, workshopping-type residential conference for published SF writers each September in North Wales and a writers' retreat week (same location) in the spring.
Writers who have attended Milford in the past include: Alastair Reynolds, Ann McCaffrey, Brian Aldiss, Charles Stross, Chris Priest, Diana Wynne Jones, George R.R. Martin, Karen Traviss, Liz Williams, Mary Gentle, Neil Gaiman, Samuel Delaney, and many more.
You don't have to be famous to attend, but you do have to have sold at least one story to a recognised market. We also offer two conference bursaries each year to self-identifying SF writers of colour from anywhere in the universe as long as they write in English and fulfil the publication criteria.