May is virtual conference month. Drollerie Press is hosting Coyote Con. I attended a few sessions yesterday, and I'll have to say that conferencing on-line works pretty well. You also save a bunch of money by not having to travel somewhere.
You can still sign up (it's free!) and jump into the open courses. There might still be some openings for sessions that you have to reserve.
This conference fits into the Myths and Legends category for this blog because that's what Drollerie is all about. A small, mostly ebook, press, they have been around for a few years. They have several imprints to fit just about anything that touches on mythology, folk stories, legends, etc. Here's a short note on their imprints:
Drollerie Press: Fantasy, High Fantasy, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Contemporary Fantasy.
Chrysography: Literary, Experimental, Non-Fiction, and Special Projects.
Expressions: World/Multicultural Speculative Fiction written by or about one or more persons of color and/or from a non-western and/or non-caucasian perspective.
Flyleaf: GLBTQ Speculative Fiction.
Gauffer Press: Suspense, Thriller, and Mystery.
Grotesqueries: Horror and Dark Fantasy.
Illuminated Press: Inspirational/Spiritual Fiction.
Kettlestitch: Young Adult.
Pen Flourish: Romance, Erotic Romance, and Erotica.
Quadrivium: Science Fiction and Science Fantasy.
Hope to see you at the Con!