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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

Indianapolis, IN

Indianapolis Marriott East

July 5 - 7, 2013


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Dealers' Room


InConJunction presents its Expo Hall - combining the Art Show, Creators' Alley and Dealers' Room - in Liberty Hall! See below for information on applying to be a participating vendor in this year's Dealers' Room.



Vendor Listing


  • 3D Parts Mfg, LLC - Kim Brand
    3D Parts Mfg, LLC produces plastic and metal products using 3D printing technologies for consumer, industrial and commercial applications. They will be demonstrating MakerBot and RepRap style printers that are sold for about $2,000 and will also be selling limited quantities of iPhone 4 and 5 "gear" cases which demonstrate the capability of the 3D printing process to create complex shapes with integral moving parts in a mechanical/artful design.
    Booth / Location - 10b
  • ACME Comics & Collectibles - Fran and Kevin McGarry
    Fantasy and Sci-Fi T-shirts, Star Wars Merchandise, Games, Statues, Toys, Graphics, Pocky, Ramune, Snacks
  • Black Dragon Workshop - James Inkpen
    Boxes, costumes, costume accessories, and ceramics.
  • Body Eclectic Skin Care - Jess Walton
    All Natural (free from commercial bases, additives and ingredients) Body Care Items that are out of this world. Solid and liquid soaps, lotion, deodorant, lip balm, bath fizzies and more - all 100% handcrafted from scratch.
  • BowenDragon1 - John Bowen
    Swords in steel, wood, and foam. T-shirts, RPG books and games.
  • Cardz Xtcetera - Evert A. Cuesta
    Anime, Manga, collectibles, gaming supplies and Japanese snacks.
  • Caricatures by Paul McCall - Paul McCall
    Caricatures & SF Fan yard sale items (jewelry, old fan stuff).
  • Fanfare & Foofaraw - Lori Leaumont
    Handmade geeky pottery and accessories - mugs, bowls, jewelry, magnets, etc. Handmade Star Trek com badges and "Tea - Earl Grey - Hot" Picard mugs.
  • Gaming Generations - Joshua Falk
    Video Games, Collectibles, Licensed Plushies and toys, custom artwork, DVDs, Blu-ray, Custom Consoles and Systems, rare games and retro items.
  • Geek Details - Amanda Roberts
    Pinback buttons, altered vintage china, and handmade novelty items.
  • Greenware Dragon Ceramics - Janice Drake
    Fantasy Ceramics, dragons, wizards, fairies, unicorns, gargoyles, etc. Also hand-made jewelry, books, and hats.
  • Hell On Wheels Traveling Hobby Shop - Jane Zoet
    Pocket watches, vintage jewelry, hats, purses and gloves, oriental goodies (like pocky, fans and chopsticks), dice and dice bags, various games, Star Trek figures and more!
  • Karmic Courage Productions - Kate Chaplin
    Karmic Courage T-shirts, DVD's, and books. Props from Karmic Courage Productions films, costumes and stills available to view.
  • Larry Smith - Bookseller - Sally Kobee
    One hundred percent new books.
  • LiLa NoiR Designs - Lisa Anderson
    Handmade fascinators, headbands, mini top hats, mini pillbox hats, hair clips, fleece jester hats, and halloween headwear such as giant spider fascinators. I have also begun making lace chokers and cuffs, with an elegant Victorian feel to them, as well as fabric rosette shoe clips and lapel pins.
  • Loconeal Publishing, LLC - James O. Barnes
    Loconeal Publishing's author books and related material directly related to each book (i.e., poster art prints of book illustrations).
  • Nightscape Press - Crystal Leflar
    Novels inspired by The Play's The Thing, a Shakespearean role-playing game and Our Last Best Hope, an RPG published by Magpie Games, as well as copies of the players handbooks for the games.
  • Pugs In The Kitchen - Vikki Smith
    All homemade items including dog treats, dog toys, and collar charms.
  • Ripping It Down - Rebecca Spivey
    Handmade jewelry and recycled pop culture accessories.
  • Starfleet Command - Adm. Mark Williams
    Commemorative Star Trek bridge photos in exchange for a small donation to the Autism Research Institute. A limited number of costumes and props are provided.
  • Studio 19 - Rik DesChain
    Original artwork, paintings, and sketches.
  • Sundreams and Myths - CherylAnn Simshauser
    Handmade original designed fantasy pose-able sculptures. Dragons, unicorns, anthro-dolls, art prints and originals.
  • The Amber Fox - Richard and Angie Fox
    Amber, silver and semiprecious gemstone jewelry, gemstone carvings, custom bone items and various other wonders.
  • The Director's Cabin - Salina Billington
    Handmade Doctor Who, sci-fi, and geekery themed & inspired formal wear (freestyle and pre-tied bow ties, suspenders, and pocket squares) and hair accessories (headbands, hair bows, and hair clips).
  • The Exchange - Daniel Eckstein
    Collectible toys, games, etc.
  • Urban Grace Fashions - Grace Marshall
    Handcrafted comic, sci-fi, geekery jewelry.
  • Usborne Books & More - Melisa Barber
    Educational and interactive children's books and activities.
  • With a Grain of Salt Designs - Sara Goodwin
    T-shirts, steampunk jewelry, original art prints, buttons, and keychains. Polymer clay dragons.
  • Worldmaker - Mark Wandrey
    Novels by Mark Wandrey and assorted crafts.
  • Nicole Cushing - Nicole Cushing
    Rare books and antiques. Examples include an 80-90 year old wooden Ouija board, a nearly 100 year old book on the Zodiac, and very old books of fairy tales. Also selling limited edition books.
  • Chris Smith
    Pop culture toys, including Star Wars, Star Trek, Space 1999, various comics and other science fiction.


Dealers' Room Application Information


If you'd like to apply to be a vendor at InConJunction XXXIII, review the booth specifications and prices below as well as the Dealers' Room floor plan, then head over to our newly redesigned Event Planning Dashboard to log in (or create a new profile). From there you can submit your application and much more.

Please note that tables and half-tables in the Creators' Alley area of the Dealers' Room are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are reserved specifically for authors, artists, etc. that are interested in selling, promoting, and autographing their own works and would like to have additional opportunities to meet face-to-face with their fans and other attendees of InConJunction. Authors, artists, etc. that are planning on selling any other additional merchandise must purchase vendor space in the InConJunction Dealers' Room. Artists that would like to display their works and make them available for purchase (in particular artists that are not planning on attending InConJunction or who may require additional hanging/display space) are encouraged to contact the Art Show organizer to reserve space in the InConJunction Art Show.

If you have questions about the InConJunction Dealers' Room, have suggestions that you would like to share, or need any additional information please feel free to contact our Dealers' Room Coordinator via e-mail at dealersroom@inconjunction.org or write to:

InConJunction XXXIII -- Dealers' Room
P.O. Box 68514
Indianapolis, IN 46268-0514

Dealers' Room Booth Space Prices
6' x 6' (1 table)
Single 6' x 6' space with one table.
$50
(Limit 1)
10' x 10' (2 tables)
Single 10' x 10' space with two tables.
$100
(Limit 1)
10' x 12' (3 tables)
Single 10' x 12' space with three tables.
$150
(Limit 1)
10' x 20' (4 tables)
Single 10' x 20' space with four tables.
$200
(Limit 1)
6' x 12' (2 tables)
Two 6' x 6' spaces in a straight line with one table per space.
$110
(Limit 1)
6' x 18' (3 tables)
Three 6' x 6' spaces in a straight line with one table per space.
$165
(Limit 1)
6' x 24' (4 tables)
Four 6' x 6' spaces in a straight line with one table per space.
$220
(Limit 1)
Additional Tables
Extra 6' x 18'' table.
$25
each
Creators' Alley (full table)
A full 6' table in the Creators' Alley area of the Expo Hall.
$30
(Limit 1)
Creators' Alley (half table)
One half of a 6' table in the Creators' Alley area of the Expo Hall.
$15
(Limit 1)
Expo Hall Hours of Operation
(Includes Art Show, Creators' Alley and Dealers' Room)
Thursday
Setup Times: 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM 1
Friday
Setup Times: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM 1, 2
Open to Attendees: 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
Open to Attendees: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Art Show Closed: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
Open to Attendees: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM 3
Vendors are reminded that there is a 15 minute limit on unloading time at the roll-up garage door. Inventory needs to be moved to the vendor's booth space and vehicles need to be moved before proceeding with setup.
Vendors are reminded that the Friday setup time runs right up to the Expo Hall opening. Time should be set aside prior to the opening of the Expo Hall for the running of any errands.
Vendors are asked to wait to begin teardown of their booth space until after the Expo Hall has closed.
The Dealers' Room floor plan can be viewed online. Applications should be received by May 1st, 2013, but we're always willing to be flexible and can work with potential vendors after this date should the need arise.
DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY AT THIS TIME.
  • In order to provide our attendees with a diversified and quality Dealers' Room, vendors will be selected by a jury process. Notifications will be sent via email after May 15th, 2013. Those vendors who have been accepted will have one month from the date of notification within which to finalize their payments. Failure to do so may result in your space being sold to someone else.
  • Convention registrations are not included in Dealers' Room prices. All vendors and assistants must have an InConJunction badge. Vendors whose applications are received by May 1st, 2013 will get a special pre-registration price of $30 per person. (Those vendors whose applications are rejected can still take advantage of this special registration price. Simply contact the Dealers' Room coordinator if this is the case.) Registrations can also be purchased at the convention for $50 per person.
  • Vendors will be expected to adhere to all applicable state and federal laws governing the sale of merchandise. No bootleg merchandise is to be sold in the InConJunction Dealers' Room. Please refer to the Vendor Information Packet for additional information.
Apply to be a vendor at InConJunction XXXIII via the Event Planning Dashboard

NOTE: This page contains archived web-site content.
Go to the InConJunction Home Page to view the information for the current year.


Would you like to volunteer to help out with the convention? Do you want to apply to be a participating guest, artist, or vendor? Do you have promotional items you want to provide or items that you'd like to donate to our charity auction? Want to receive the latest convention flyer and be kept informed of upcoming events? You can do all this and more via our Online Address Book form. All InConJunction participants (both approved and those pending approval) can login and update their Participant Profile and Settings via the new Event Planning Dashboard.


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