Last year, Taedis compiled twenty-eight size fantasy stories into a paperback volume and gave it away at SizeCon2020. She’s done it again, thirty-five contributors this time (including vintage size fantasists like Swift and Baudelaire), and you can get a free PDF here and a paperback copy here. Check her tweet to learn about Volume 3.
Last year, Taedis compiled twenty-eight size fantasy stories into a paperback volume and gave it away at SizeCon2020. She’s doing it again, and she’s taking submissions at the moment. Read here to learn more.
Benjithedreamer has another meaty interview, this time with Jitensha. She goes into her many years of experience in size fantasy, as well as the origins and future of SizeCon and Daddy’s Dollhouse. I highly recommend listening to these reflections by a true tiny heroine of the size community.
The SizeCon folks have launched their ticket site for SizeCon [micro] 2021. The online event starts on Friday at 3:00pm PST and runs until Sunday at 6:00pm PST. The tickets range from $20 to $40. The most current updates seem to be available on their Twitter.
The SizeCon folks are organizing another Micro (online) convention for the weekend of Feb. 26-28, 2021. If you’re interested in volunteering or running a panel, here’s a form to fill out. Follow them on Twitter for the latest developments.
As part of the SizeCon [micro] experience, there will be Discord social video chats for three days starting on Wednesday, 29 July. Full schedule of both the socials and the Aug 1 event here. You will need accounts for both Discord and OnlyFans. Admission is $15.
SizeCon 2020 [micro] is coming! It’s an online-only convention for size fantasy enthusiasts on August 1, 2020. Details and links here. You will need accounts for both Discord and OnlyFans. Admission is $15.
SizeCon Micro now has a date. I’m still hoping for a regime change, but if that doesn’t happen, the online convention will take place on August 1, 2020. Additionally, if you’re planning to submit art that will provided to attendees, get it in by July 24.
So the generous and industrious people behind SizeCon have resolved to organize a one-day online event, called SizeCon Micro. This seems obvious in light of recent events, but I’m nevertheless delighted that this is happening. Not many details yet, but they’re targeting this Summer or Fall.
They’ve also composed a survey to track the changing contours of how we each personally experience size fantasy. It’s a bit complicated, but I appreciate the attempt to capture all of our perverted permutations. I highly recommend reading all the questions first and make notes prior to filling out the survey. I had to complete it twice to get at all the variations in my preferences.