|August 1||Programming opens|
|September 1||Round 1 deadline|
|September 15||Follow-up emails distributed|
|October 1||Round 2 deadline|
|Late November||Schedule posted to the website|
Theme for 2020: Present whatever is your Passion. What are you excited and passionate about? And don’t forget Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 is Valentines Day.
PantheaCon encourages people from diverse backgrounds and spiritual paths to submit items for a programming presentation. We welcome voices not often heard at the table. We make an effort every year to include new voices on the program. If you or someone you know has knowledge to share, please learn more about the presentation process.
If you would like to submit an item for consideration, please click here.
[Please do not submit before August 1.]
Submitting your ideas by September 1 may result in some helpful feedback that could increase your chances of having your presentation scheduled! After our early review, we will ask some presenters to revise their submissions for consideration. This process is intended to allow us to make the best possible scheduling decisions.
These emails will contain the results of our review. If you are asked to revise your submission, you will have until the final deadline (October 1) to make any necessary changes.
Items submitted after October 1 will very likely not be scheduled as decisions will begin on that date.
Some presentations will be added to a waiting list. Wait-listed presenters will need to confirm by email that they will be attending PantheaCon and ensure their contact information is accurate. Cancellations can happen at the last minute, and we will need to be able to reach you. We have in fact, frequently contacted presenters at con to fill in for a canceled presentation and we deeply appreciate those that can accommodate that. However, if you know, for example, that you need at least two or three weeks prep time to present, let us know that too and we will remove you from the wait-list after that deadline passes.
When you’ll hear from us
Typically by mid-October you will have heard from programming if you are accepted. The full schedule gets posted publicly in late November. The delay between those two things is because we frequently have to move items around due to conflicts or cancellations and wait list moves. When the schedule is posted publicly is when you can share the news widely on social media to advertise your item. Please do not share it before that time. Even if you have confirmed your item it is not completely locked-in until the schedule is posted. You can also expect some changes to the program after November and into January when events need to be canceled due to illness etc.
Changes, aka I heard something different from what is posted
We do maintain a list of changes and keep the schedule as up-to-date as we can between the initial posting and the conference in February. Normally about every two weeks is our update process.