From June 21 – 24, 2018, Signum University and the Mythgard Institute will be returning to the National Conference Center in Leesburg, VA, for Mythmoot V: Fantastic Frontiers.
The details are still being worked out. Watch this space for more information about special guests, events, a call for papers/presentations, and additional information as specifics become available.
- John Garth, author of Tolkien and the Great War.
- Douglas A. Anderson, scholar of fantastic literature
- Marc Okrand, inventor of Klingon and professional conlanger
- Alan Sisto and Shawn E. Marchese, hosts of the Prancing Pony Podcast
Call for Proposals
Mythmoot V combines academic conference, literary creative meet-up, and fan convention into one event. It creates a space for serious scholarship in fields that are only beginning to be considered in the academic world (such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, gothic, folklore, children’s literature, etc.) in a way that both academics and enthusiasts will appreciate.
We are accepting proposals for Papers, Panels, Workshops, and Creative Presentations (storytelling, music, visual arts, etc.) in the areas of Imaginative Literature, Tolkien and Inklings Studies and Germanic Philology. Proposals will be accepted through 15 March 2018. Read full CFP for submission details by clicking the button below.
Note: Submission of any proposal is considered agreement by the presenter to attend Mythmoot and deliver the presentation if it is accepted. No presentations of any form will be delivered in absentia.
Registration is open through May 31, 2018. Prices are detailed in the table below.
Conference registration includes:
- Access to all conference sessions and events
- Three meals per day, including the masquerade ball on Saturday night
- Snacks and beverages throughout the day
- Full access to the beautiful NCC facility, including meeting rooms, common areas, 24/7 fitness gym, hiking trails (with access to the Potomac), speakeasy, fire pit, and more…
(Fri. + Sat. or Sat. + Sun.)
|Saturday only||$165 (includes masquerade ball)|
Image: The Argonath, by Ted Nasmith (used with permission)