Freedom to Read Foundation selected as Capricon 38 Charity

Black book with a red torch - Freedom to Read Foundation logo

Capricon 38 is pleased to announce that we will be supporting the work of the Freedom to Read Foundation as this year’s charity. The Freedom to Read Foundation (FTRF) is a non-profit legal and educational organization that protects and defends the First Amendment to the Constitution and supports the right of libraries to collect – … Read moreFreedom to Read Foundation selected as Capricon 38 Charity

Art Show Updates

A display of Capricon 36 Artist Guest of Honor Eric Wilkerson's art in the Art Show

Deadlines are coming up for a number of items for the Capricon Art Show. Information for the Emerging Artists Program, Artists’ Challenge, and applications for exhibit and demo table space reservations have been posted on the Capricon website. Capricon 37 Art Show Page

Looking for teen, tween, and youngling panelists!

Do you have a young person in your life who you know is coming to Capricon? Given our theme, we want to have actual young people on all sorts of programming, including regular panel discussions. If you have a young person who might be interested, please contact programming@capricon.org. We’re putting together our schedule now, and … Read moreLooking for teen, tween, and youngling panelists!

Rates, programming, gaming, oh my!

David Abzug being David

Wow this is a busy time for Capricon! Here are just a few items of importance that have short times left on them! The rate for a four day membership goes up on November 1st! Head over to the registration website in order to get your membership now. Gaming wants to hear from you! What … Read moreRates, programming, gaming, oh my!