Tag: FlameCon2019

FlameCon2019 Starts Tomorrow!!!


I AM so happy that I shall have the honor and pleasure of returning to FlameCon, the premier LGBTQ comic con, tomorrow, Saturday, August 17, 2019.

This is the place to explore and learn about people of the LGBTQIAPlus Community who are life-long geeks, nerds, and who happen to have a direct connection to comic books, queer literature, etc.

Recently, while going through some of the bins in my apartment, I found my copy of Geeks Out Present Power, dated June, 2015, edited by John Curtis Jennison Jr.  And yes, I plan on reading it prior to this weekend’s FlameCon2019.  It is a short read (98 pages), so I should be done in time.

In the meantime, based on one of the most recent Emails I received from GEEKS OUT, more than sixty per cent of all the tickets have been sold, and tickets continue to sell.

I AM also looking forward to making quick videos on my YouTube Channel about my experiences at this weekend’s FlameCon2019.

The vast majority of my videos on my YouTube Channel, are of a Metaphysical, Magickal, and Mystical theme.  However, there are a few that fall under the LGBTQIAPlus category, such as the videos I did when I was at “Bear Your Soul: Summer Camp” in August, 2018, as well as when I participated in “Spirit of the Bear,” which was co-produced by Bear Your Soul and PawedNYC.

You can check out all my YouTube videos by visiting:

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thetarotman

 

Just like last year, this year’s FlameCon is being held at the Sheraton Times Square, located West 53rd Street and 7th Avenue in the Midtown section of Manhattan, NYC.

The image attached to this blog post is that of the floor map.  The image is courtesy of both GEEKS OUT and FlameCon.

Before I close, here is a short test video (I rarely, if ever, use my smartphone to record videos to upload to my YouTube Channel, so I needed my awesome audio-visual person to help me).

 

 

 

 

May the Universe bring you great Joy, great amounts of Riches, and great PRIDE (along with great geekiness, nerdiness, and queerness, too).

Image from FlameCon/Geeks Out, via Google Images.